Art Deco inspired 1930's three bedroom house in a highly desirable central Redland location. Attractively presented throughout the house provides stylish yet comfortable accommodation with the benefit of a rear garden and garage.
Suitable for professional couples, families and even those looking to downsize. Medium sized homes of this nature are a rarity in the area, this one is particularly attractive with a bright and airy feel throughout. The accommodation is quirky yet stylish. The owners have retained and highlighted the Art Deco inspired features wherever possible. The house is set back from the road with colourful shrubs in the front garden providing screening. A magnificent Palm sits to one side of the entrance path. The hall is bright and airy with stripped boards and stairs rising to the upper floor. To the front of the house is a traditional sitting room with elaborate original fire surround and inset gas living flame fire. Built in cabinets and book shelves sit to the sides of the chimney breast. To the rear the kitchen and dining area have been opened out to provide a sociable living space with large bay window in the dining area and door and steps from the kitchen to the rear garden. Upstairs the room arrangement is typical to the 1930's three bedroom semi. An elegant staircase rises to the landing which has original leaded and stained glass window to the side aspect. There are two large double bedrooms front and rear with the third bedroom realistically a guest double, good sized single child's room or study. The bathroom is Art Deco influenced and has a clean modern white suite.
To the rear of the house is a low maintenance garden largely given over to crazy paving patio and loose gravel with mature shrubs here and there. A secure under croft store room (limited head height) ideal for bikes etc is positioned under the dining room. At the far end of the garden is a detached single garage with up and over door. The garage is accessed via a shared drive to the side of the house.