Terraced house for sale in Upper Belgrave Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8
Terraced house for sale - 5 bedrooms
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- Reception hall
- Open plan kitchen and dining room
- Drawing room
- Principal en suite bedroom
- Three top floor bedrooms and a family bathroom
- Cloakroom and utility
- Self-contained one bedroom flat
- Ornamental front garden and elevated deck and rear garden
- Integrated garage
An exquisite townhouse with panoramic views.
Clifton lies to the North West of Bristol's commercial centre and Upper Belgrave Road enjoys an advantageous status with magnificent views and easy access directly on to the 400 acres of Durdham Downs. There is plenty of amenity in proximity including bars and supermarkets from nearby Whiteladies Road. There is a thriving culinary scene in Bristol with various restaurants available from Clifton, Redland and Henleaze. There are good schools in proximity state and independent, primary and secondary and a number of leisure facilities such as health clubs, tennis clubs and golf courses. The A4018 is the spine road to the commercial centre and the motorway networks feeding the South West, Midlands, South Wales and London. Bristol has two main line train stations serving the wider country and the airport has flights to a number of European and some long haul destinations.
An immaculate mid 19th century townhouse, beautifully presented and enjoying an enviable position with open views to front and rear over Durdham Downs and Clifton respectively. The versatile and highly specified accommodation includes a self-contained flat for income or a dependent relative, there is wonderful outside space with epic views and a sunny orientation. The garage provides dedicated and secure car parking. Bay fronted and constructed from traditional materials, there is plenty of original detail and large casements with sash windows providing optimum solar gain.
The reception hall is the central axis with a rising staircase to the upper levels and stairs to the lower ground floor. There is both formality and informality, the drawing room at first floor level enjoys elevated views from the triple sash bay and there is a working fireplace, ceiling detail, a picture rail and cupboards built in to the recesses. The open plan kitchen and dining room is considered the core of the home, dual aspect and with a bay over the front parterre garden and double doors opening on to the raised deck to the rear. There is ample space for dining and casual seating and the kitchen has high quality units with granite and timber work surfaces, a central island and various integrated appliances. There are four bedrooms located over the upper floors. The principal bedroom has the benefit of its own dedicated en suite shower room, there is a feature fireplace and wardrobes built in to the recesses either side. Elevated views as you ascend through the house are simply breathtaking. The top floor includes the remaining three bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study and these are well served by the family bathroom with a comprehensive suite.
The lower ground floor includes the recently refurbished flat which provides a generous income and can be an independent annexe for relatives or guests. There is also a utility room attributed to the house and a door which provides access to a vaulted alfresco entertaining area which sits below the parterre front garden.
The rear garden enjoys a southerly orientation and includes a timber deck with relaxed seating and a spiral staircase leads to the lower and larger garden which has synthetic turf, trellis and balustrading. Below again is the integrated garage, approached off Sutherland Place and via an electrically operated door. A pedestrian path and steps provide independence for the self contained flat. The ornamental front garden has been beautifully landscaped with a Yew hedge providing privacy from the road and symmetrical low box hedging incorporating grasses and Agapanthus amongst other established plants. Plumb slate chippings and a flagstone path provide walk ways.
Square Footage: 2321 sq ft
Leasehold with approximately 826 years remaining
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