A golden opportunity to acquire this well presented, 1938 built, semi detached family home situated on a popular road within the leafy and popular suburb of Coombe Dingle.
This superb property benefits from extended living space with ground floor accommodation briefly comprising; entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom WC, two reception rooms, utility room (which was the former kitchen) and an extended kitchen which opens to superb and well tended gardens of over 100ft in length.
To the first floor are three bedrooms, family bathroom and first floor landing with access to a sizeable loft space which is ripe for conversion subject to necessary planning consent. The property also benefits from gas fired central heating and double glazing throughout.
Via glazed double doors to porch and on to entrance hall having stairs to the first floor and doors to:
Bay window to front, radiator, attractive fireplace with inset living flame gas fire.
Radiator and opening into the kitchen.
Fitted modern kitchen with integral appliances and windows and door to rear.
Useful utility with space and plumbing for white goods. Door to garage.
Fitted suite window to rear.
Window to side, loft access.
Bay window to front, radiator and built in wardrobes.
Window to rear, radiator.
Window to front, radiator.
Fitted modern bathroom suite, tiled surrounds, radiator and window to rear.
Brick paved drive way.
Wonderful 100foot plus rear garden well planned with patios and lawn areas.
Access from the front drive and up and over door with door to house and rear.
Coombe Dingle lies to the north west of Bristol and is considered to be semi-rural being on the cusp of the town and country. There are meandering walks and bridle paths through the adjacent Kings Weston estate and shops within proximity including those in Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze, which includes a Waitrose. There are a wide variety of schools, state and independent, available from Stoke Bishop, Westbury, Henleaze and more particularly Clifton for the latter which is approximately 4.7 miles away. For sporting endeavours, there are health and leisure clubs and golf courses. For the commuter, the A4018 provides a direct link to not only the motorway networks, M4 and M5, but also Bristol's commercial centre.
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Local Authority: Bristol Council Tel: 0117 922 2000
Council Tax Band: D
Services: Mains Gas, Water, Drainage and Electric