A beautiful Grade II listed five bedroom Georgian town house dating back to the early 1800s. Maintained and enhanced throughout by the current owners, the property retains superb period features such as original fireplaces, sash windows, working shutters and cornicing.
The dining room with its stripped wood flooring, arched windows, working shutters and original fireplace offers a wonderful space for entertaining.
The light filled kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with hand painted units, granite work surfaces; integral Neff dishwasher, fridge and freezer and a ‘Rangemaster’ double oven duel fuel cooker. The recessed dining area overlooks the pretty courtyard rear garden.
The beautiful drawing room can be found at the front of the house. This room, with its floor to ceiling sash windows, wood stripped flooring, original fireplace and recessed storage, really encapsulates the period charm of the house.The room has the added benefit of access to the timber-decked balcony, which enjoys the sun for most of the day.
Also on this floor is a double bedroom with original fireplace, stripped wood floor and sash windows that give access to the rear balcony.
Completing the first floor is a fully tiled, natural stone wet room.
The master bedroom with its stripped wood flooring, sash windows and original marble fireplace is at the front of the house and has a light and sunny aspect.
On this floor there is a further double bedroom, which retains most of its original features, and a bathroom with reclaimed roll top bath.
This floor is designed as potential contained accommodation for additional income or for a dependent relative or perhaps for a young member of the family wanting some private space.
There are two good-sized rooms here, both of which could be used as additional bedrooms. Alternatively, the versatile rear room overlooking the courtyard garden would make a pleasant sitting room or office space. On this level there is also a shower room and a kitchen fitted with units including an integral electric cooker and plumbing for white goods.
The lower ground floor has an independent access via stone steps at the front of the house as well as the internal staircase.
There are pretty, enclosed courtyard gardens, front and back. The rear garden affords a degree of privacy not often found in the area and is large enough for al fresco dining.
The property is situated in a coveted Clifton Village location, close to all its local amenities but set in a quiet residential road. The house is located within close proximity of Bristol Zoo, Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Avon Gorge, Leigh Woods and the Downs, while Clifton College and Clifton High School are both within easy walking distance.
Bristol Temple Meads: 4 miles
Bristol Airport: 8.5 miles
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