A golden opportunity to acquire a period semi-detached family home offered to the market in exemplary order with substantial accommodation arranged over four floors offering in excess of 3,848 sq.ft of prime living space.
Built in 1912, the property has undergone an extensive programme of renovation and improvements, including exterior wall insulation; and now offers sumptuous living accommodation with the main reception rooms and bedrooms all benefitting from stunning estuary and Welsh coastline views. In brief, the property comprises: entrance porch, entrance hall, cloakroom/shower room, living room, dining room, stylish kitchen/breakfast room with direct access to the garden balcony. To the first floor are four double bedrooms with a family bathroom; and a staircase that rises to a commodious family room/study area complete with a roof terrace taking advantage of the estuary and sun. The basement features a utility room, games room, work shop and garden room but this area could also be used for many other purposes if one desired. Externally, the rear garden is laid to a level lawn and extends to approximately 100 ft and offers the ideal space for children to explore in. The garage is a tandem length with a block paved driveway providing ample off road parking.
The convenient location makes it the ideal choice to a variety of purchasers providing easy access to both Portishead's traditional High Street and the delights that the Marina has to offer with a selection of bars and restaurants to enjoy in both locations. The family buyer will enjoy easy walking access to the nearby Lake Grounds allowing children the perfect space to explore or enjoy the various sporting activities the 'Lake Grounds' has to offer, or simply enjoy a picnic during those warm summer months.
Offering true flexibility of use, as well an abundance of charm and character typically associated with a period home, Goodman & Lilley anticipate a good degree of interest due to its location and the accommodation offering uninterrupted views over the channel. Call us today on 01275 430440 and talk with one of our property professionals to arrange an internal inspection.
M5 (J19) 3 miles, M4 (J20) 11 miles, Bristol Parkway 14 miles, Bristol Temple Meads 10.5 miles, Bristol Airport 12 miles (distances approximate)
Local Authority: North Somerset Council Tel: 01934 888888
Council Tax Band: F
Services: All mains services connected.
All viewings strictly by appointment with the agent Goodman & Lilley 01275 430440
uPVC double glazed windows to two aspects with a uPVC double glazed doors opening into the porch with space for hanging coats and housing shoes, timber doors open to:-
Multi-paned timber doors opening to the entrance hall, stairs rising up to the first floor landing, glazed door providing access to the basement rooms, garage and the garden, radiator with cover, wood laminate flooring, uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, alarm panel, timber doors opening to principal rooms.
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising; high cistern WC, pedestal wash hand basin, corner shower enclosure with mains shower, radiator with heated towel radiator, recessed ceiling spot lights, extractor fan, uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect,
A wonderful room benefitting from being recently refurbished with large uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect and enjoying stunning, elevated views over the channel. The focal point of room is this feature fireplace, modern in its appearance with an ethanol living flame fire. Covered radiator, picture rail, ornate cornicing, TV point.
Enjoying a sunny orientation with a boxed bay window to the front aspect, period features that include moulded ceiling cornices, picture rail, feature open grate fireplace with tiled inset and timber surround, radiator, wood laminate flooring, range of built-in shelving and display cabinets.
A truly stunning, bespoke, handmade kitchen which has been fitted with a comprehensive range of wall, base and drawer units with granite work surfaces and upstands throughout. An expansive section of granite lies to the middle of the room; this acts as natural break between the kitchen and the dining area, and is fitted with base units, wine fridge and a dishwasher; an inset one and a half bowl 'Franke' stainless sink, swan neck mixer tap and 'Quooker' boiling tap finishing the wet area. The recessed chimney breast features an inset AGA with bespoke Opus glass splash back with down lighting. The Integrated appliances include, a combi microwave oven, eye-level electric fan assisted oven and a warming drawer; five ring induction hob and space for American fridge/freezer. A walk-in pantry provides additional wall and tall larder units and is finished with further granite work surface, a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect provides natural light and an estuary view.
The breakfast area nicely interlinks with the kitchen and offers plenty of space to house a dining room table and chairs. The room retains period features that include cornicing and picture rails with a boxed bay window with door offering access to the balcony and to the rear garden.
With timber doors opening to the first floor accommodation, staircase rising up to the second floor, radiator, under stairs storage cupboard, dado rail, uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect & feature port hole window to the front aspect, alarm panel, timber door separating the master bedroom, family bathroom and the staircase which rises up to the family room & roof terrace.
Enjoying a dual aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the west and the north aspects with views over the channel and Welsh hills, fitted with a range of quality built-in wardrobes and bedroom furniture, radiator.
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising; Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, deep panelled bath with mixer tap and shower over, tiling to splash prone areas, wood panel wainscoting, storage cupboard, heated towel rail, uPVC double glazed window to the front and side aspects.
A sunny aspect room with a large uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator, picture rail.
uPVC double glazed window and door combination to the balcony which is enclosed by a tempered glazed wind break and contemporary stainless steel hand rail, ladder ascends to the roof terrace. Other features of note include a picture rail, timber door and radiator.
uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect enjoying stunning, elevated channel views, radiator, built-in wardrobe, radiator.
Light and airy in its appearance, this spacious room offers versatility and could be used for a multitude of different uses with three 'velux' windows to the rear aspect enjoying uninterrupted views of the estuary, porthole window to the front aspect. Features include a built-in bookshelf, built-in office furniture and a wealth of eaves storage units providing ample storage, recessed ceiling spotlighting, uPVC double glazed door opening to the roof terrace.
Fully enclosed and provides a fantastic vantage point from which to enjoy both the sunny orientation and channel views.
The basement rooms, garage and garden can be accessed via stair case from the entrance hall. Offering further potential for those buyers needing additional space to create a self-contained apartment for a dependant relative or just used as stores, workshops or games rooms, the possibilities are endless.
Fitted with wall and base units with a Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machines, dryers and ample space for chest freezers. A secure uPVC double glazed door opens to the rear garden.
This room can be an be used for multiple purposes, recessed down lighting,
With a uPVC double glazed door to the rear garden, light and power connected.
uPVc double glazed window to the rear aspect, French doors opening to the rear garden.
The enclosed rear garden is approximately 100 Ft and is laid to a level lawn with a range of specimen trees, mature fruit trees and shrubs occupying the borders. The balcony to the rear provides a generous elevated outside space to sit back and enjoy the views of the estuary and Welsh coastline. It is of stainless steel and Oak construction with tempered glass balustrades and stainless steel handrails, with stairs leading down to the lawn.
The property is set back from the road, with driveway to garage, and pathway leading to entrance porch and low maintenance garden which is planted with mature shrubs and hedging.
The garage is approached over a paved driveway which provides off road parking for several vehicles. The garage has an electric roller door, light and power connected, uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. To the rear of the garage are timber swing doors that open into the garden room.
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