An outstanding example of a classic and attractive 1930’s 4-bedroom semi-detached family home of extreme quality throughout. It has the benefit of having a well-insulated home office in the rear garden and situated on a tranquil cul-de-sac in Stoke Bishop enjoying a woodland backdrop. It is set within in a highly sought-after road in the Stoke Bishop suburb of the city, renowned for its quality housing stock, quiet tree-lined roads and its excellent primary schools. This property lends itself to a wide range of buyers whether it be a growing family, professionals or potentially downsizers and boasts bright, freshly decorated gas centrally heated accommodation. On approach there is an attractive black glazed door affording access into a lovely welcoming reception hallway. Stairs from here ascend to the first-floor accommodation in addition to providing access to sitting room, kitchen/family/dining room, cloakroom and under stairs storage. The Sitting Room to the front is currently used by the owners as a dining room and is an elegant room with open hearth fireplace, recesses with fitted cupboard/shelving, attractive engineered oak flooring and a lovely big bay window affording plenty of natural light. To the rear is an open and spacious kitchen/family/dining room with a fabulous panorama over the rear garden from its double patio doors and window. The kitchen area is very well laid out with a range of good quality fitted white units, granite worktops, inset Franke sink, Franke mixer tap, granite splash back, Neff stainless steel double oven, Neff 5-burner gas hob, Elica designer hood, a Neff dishwasher and cupboards housing space for both a tumble dryer and washing machine. There is a potential dining area to the side of the kitchen and to the rear is a family snug with a feature Morso cast iron wood burning stove with two recesses either side with fitted base cupboards and shelving. There is engineered oak flooring throughout, two large Velux skylights giving fabulous daytime brightness and numerous LED downlighters. To complete the downstairs is a useful nicely appointed cloakroom off the entrance hallway. Upstairs, the first-floor landing provides access to 3 bedrooms and a stunning contemporary bathroom incorporating beautiful Porcelanosa tiles, along with a further staircase ascending to the second floor. The bedrooms on the first-floor level comprise 2 good doubles both having wall to wall wardrobes with sliding doors and has a decent single 4th bedroom. On the upper floor is a lovely spacious bright 19’ x 14’ loft master bedroom with attractive oak flooring, eaves storage, two skylights, several LED downlighters and a very nicely appointed en suite shower room.
Outside, there is a decent size tarmac driveway which runs alongside the house with space to park several cars and leads to the single garage/store to the rear. The garage/store has an electronically remote controlled ‘up and over’ door and there is also power and light. Between the garage and house a timber pedestrian gate opens into the rear garden. The front garden has a boundary wall and has a neatly laid patio and also a lawn. There are a number of established shrubs, plants and maturing tree. The rear garden is without doubt one of the main features of this lovely family property whereby the garden extends in excess of 140 feet to a wooded area at the bottom giving it a degree of privacy rarely found in suburban Bristol. By the house is a lovely neatly designed paved patio with steps incorporating inset lighting to the main garden area. To the side of the patio and behind the garage is an attractive timer clad Home Office being well insulated for all seasons with space for several desks and has all the required power points and CAT 5 cabling. The main garden area is a lovely overall size for a growing family, tiered gently upwards, being landscaped and consists mainly lawn with feature retaining walls and has an abundance of mature shrubs, flowering plants, mature trees. There is a cascade water feature, two raised vegetable beds and a rear decking/sun trap. At the bottom the current owners have created a fabulous recreational area including a rope swing and a tree house and so this house gets even better.
Houses of this calibre are rare to the open market and so we recommend a viewing at the first opportunity.