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- Discreetly positioned Georgian townhouse
- Sympathetically refurbished throughout
- Breath-taking city views
- Drawing room, separate home office/additional bedroom
- Kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, separate utility and WC
- Principal bedroom with en suite shower room
- Three/four further bedrooms and two further bathrooms
- Delightful walled garden enjoying a south-easterly orientation
- Garden store/workshop and residents parking scheme
An exquisite and charming Grade II listed house with far-reaching views.
A generous and light-filled Grade II listed townhouse, sympathetically restored and upgraded by the current owners and offering a stunning presentation of Georgian finery and elegance complimented for ease of modern day living. The accommodation is set over four floors and measures approximately 2707 sq ft.
The property is discreetly positioned on the corner of Spring Hill and Somerset Street, enjoying a triple aspect and sun throughout much of the day. Entry is to a welcoming central hall with a beautiful staircase rising to the upper floors. To the right, a door opens in to the generous open-plan kitchen/breakfast room, with a number of wall and base units, large central island and solid stone worksurfaces. A large pantry provides additional storage and there is plenty of space for a dining table. From here, doors open out on to the large patio terrace and allows ample natural light to pour in. On the opposing side of the hall is a useful utility room with scope for conversion to an additional reception room having a Belfast sink, WC and access to the vaulted cellar stores. A separate laundry cupboard provides ample storage and plumbing for a washing machine.
Stairs rise to the first floor and the impressive drawing room sits proudly at the rear elevation, enjoying far-reaching views and a number of period features are still intact. This elegant space has a large bay at the rear and has a dual aspect with six sash windows providing plenty of solar gain. Stripped wood flooring runs underfoot and a wood burner sits within the attractive fireplace. A large cupboard is currently used as a drinks cupboard with an additional fridge freezer. Completing this floor is another generous room, currently used as a home office but could be used as an additional bedroom if required. Dual-aspect with plenty of features, high ceilings and beautiful detailed panelling. There is shelving in the alcoves and a large storage cupboard.
Across the upper floors are four generously proportioned double bedrooms including the principal bedroom with a deep bay taking in the views, stylish en suite shower room, ceiling coving and attractive fireplace. The remaining bedrooms include an abundance of in-built storage, further en suite shower room and family bathroom with free-standing roll top bath, WC with high level cistern and basin.
Externally the property enjoys a south-easterly facing garden with a generous sun terrace accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room, perfect for al fresco dining. There is electricity and an outside tap. Steps drop down to the gently sloped lawned garden with a number of shrubs and trees, enclosed by boundary walls and enjoying sun throughout much of the day. There is a useful garden store/workshop which provides scope for alternative uses.
Perfectly positioned in historic Kingsdown, close to Gloucester Road with a wide array of amenity including restaurants, coffee shops and numerous supermarkets. There are a number of highly regarded schools nearby including Cotham Gardens, Cotham School and Bristol Grammar School, as is Bristol University and the bri/Children's hospitals. Bannatynes Health Club is less than half a mile away with extensive gym and leisure facilities. Kingsdown Sports Centre is nearby (approximately 0.4 miles) with further facilities. There are good communication links, the A38 (Cheltenham Road) provides direct access to the commercial centre and motorway networks including M32, M4 and M5. Redland and Montpelier train stations provide access to Bristol Temple Meads, serving the wider country including London, Devon and Cornwall. Bristol Airport is approximately 9.2 miles away and offers flights to a number of European and some long haul destinations.
Square Footage: 2,707 sq ft
Council tax Band F
Floorplan View original
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