This impressive double fronted semi-detached house, built in the mid-19th century in the High Victorian Gothic style, encompasses over 4,500 sq ft of accommodation over 4 floors, boasting 5-6 bedrooms, impressive and versatile living spaces and a wealth of original period features.
The particular features of this wonderful family home include impressively high ceilings with original cornices, an incredible and intricate sweeping staircase with a breath-taking stained glass window on the half landing, gothic style stone mullioned windows and its peaceful setting in Sneyd Park.
Shallow steps lead up to the handsome wooden front door, which opens into the porch and welcoming entrance hall, ideal for coats and boots, and from here can be found the 25ft long principal drawing room that is flooded with light from two bay windows. The ground floor also offers a second reception room, and a recently modernised ground floor shower room.
The lower ground floor boasts a third sitting room / dining room, as well as a fitted kitchen, cloakroom, large utility / storeroom, courtyard and boiler room.
To the first floor, leading off the impressive landing, you will find the principal bedroom the remarkable principal bedroom with stunning bay window and interconnecting door leading to the fifth bedroom that could be used as a dressing room. On this floor is another large double bedroom and family bathroom. The staircase continues up to the top floor encompassing another large landing that could be used as a study area, the final two double bedrooms, and a family bathroom.
The house sits on a large plot on the corner of Church Road and Sharland Close, with a gated entrance leading to the large front driveway offering ample parking, and a detached, open, double garage. The upper gardens have been beautifully landscaped with many specimen plants and a terraced rockery with a secluded patio area, from which you can take in the wonderful views. There is a second lower patio garden, perfect for outdoor entertaining and al-fresco dining.
Church Road is one of Bristol’s most prestigious roads, situated between Sneyd Park and Stoke Bishop. The much-loved 400 acres of the Durdham Downs is situated on the edge of Sneyd Park offering wonderful walks and weekend sporting activities. Locally, there is a range of convenient shops at Stoke Hill, Clifton Village and Whiteladies Road. There are many state and private schools in the vicinity, including Elmlea School, Westbury Park Primary School, Badminton School and Redmaids School. Also popular with local families are Clifton College, Clifton High School, Bristol Grammar School and Queen Elizabeth's Hospital School.
Tenure: Leasehold 833 years remaining
Ground Rent: £33 pa
No Service Charges
Local Authority: Bristol City Council
Council Tax Band G