A stunning 1920’s 4 bedroom semi-detached family home set in the ever-popular location of Stoke Bishop within Elmlea catchment and the Bristol Free School. The property has been carefully updated and improved by the current owners and lends itself as a superb family home.
The property is accessed via an entrance porch with obscured windows and door with tiled flooring. This leads into a light and airy hallway with lovely original features wooden flooring, wooden panelling and Queen Anne glazed window. The hallway provides access to the reception rooms, the kitchen an, understairs WC and the stairwell to the first floor. Off the hall to the left is a large lounge/dining area that has been opened up to provide a wonderfully light dual-aspect reception area with double glazed bay window to the front and original Crittall French doors opening onto its lovely rear garden. Features of the room include an impressive cast iron fireplace fitted with a gas fire, picture rails, and original wooden flooring through. To the rear also is the good size kitchen/breakfast room with an excellent range of contemporary style fitted units, space for range cooker and fridge/freezer, stainless steel cookerhood, integrated ‘Bosch’ dishwasher and washing machine, integrated tumble dryer, porcelain sink/drainer, cupboard housing ‘Worcester’ boiler and wooden flooring. Light comes from two double glazed windows to side and rear, with a glazed door to garden.
Upstairs there is a lovely landing area with large stain glass window to side, access to four double bedrooms, family bathroom and loft hatch. All the bedrooms retain features by way of picture rails with Bedrooms 1 and 2 benefitting built in storage cupboards. The family bathroom offers two obscured windows to side, bath with shower over, low level WC, ‘his and hers’ wash hand basins, tiled flooring, spotlights and coving.
To the front of the property there is a lawned area with a hedge surround and low-level brick wall. A long driveway allows off street parking for several cars and leads to the single garage with double doors with power and lighting. To the rear there is a wonderfully well-proportioned family garden with side access, a patio bordering the house ideal for al fresco dining during the summer months, steps leading to an elevated lawn area enclosed with wooden fencing, mature shrubs and pond.
Furthermore, there are architects’ drawings for both a single storey rear extension and a hip to gable loft conversion with rear dormer available on file.
Properties of this quality are rare to the market so viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.