A golden opportunity to acquire this spacious (1,852 sq ft) late Victorian family home located on the border of Redland & Westbury Park, offering light, airy and flexible accommodation over three floors, good sized landscaped rear gardens and the rare advantage of off street parking.
This beautifully presented and well loved home has been tastefully modernised by the current owners, but at the same time has retained the abundance of original period features including period fireplaces, ornate moulded plasterwork, refurbished sash windows & stripped original pine floorboards.
When entering the property you are greeted by delightful original double stained glass doors that give way to a sizeable and welcoming entrance hall with stripped original pine floorboards and doors opening to two spacious reception rooms both enjoying period working fireplaces and radiators with bespoke built wooden covers, re-fitted kitchen with a range of units and new solid wooden worktops and sink open plan to a utility area with room for various appliances and access to the rear garden. An original staircase provides access to both the basement and first floor accommodation. The basement has been expertly developed to provide two storage areas to the front and two further rooms to the rear. One being a media room/occasional 4th bedroom, with new ceiling & sound insulation and LED mood lighting making this the perfect space to relax and enjoy. It is also open plan to the home office with a range of bespoke hand made built in storage cupboards, bookcase, filing cabinet, safe, floating desk with integrated LED lighting with double glazed French doors opening to the enclosed child friendly rear garden, complete with sun deck, apple tree and enclosed gravelled parking. All three bedrooms and the family bathroom will be found to the first floor, with the master having space for potential en-suite and the perfect access for a conversion of the loft space subject to necessary planning consent.
Location - Convenient location on the border of Westbury Park and Redland with the local shops of Coldharbour Road, North View, Henleaze Road/Waitrose supermarket all within easy reach, also within circa 500 metres of Henleaze Infant School, 0.5 miles from Westbury Park Primary and circa 850 metres of Redland Green Secondary School, making it a highly desirable location for families.
Vendors comments -We have thoroughly loved our time at 174 Coldharbour Road; being in a prime location with great schools and local amenities has made living here easy and enjoyable. We have spent much time, investment and love improving the property; everything we’ve done has been done with integrity and respect to the building. We love the space and light the property offers, having hosted Christmas’ to over 10 people each year since we’ve been here highlights the accommodating space the property offers. We’ve really enjoyed the back garden; the apple tree bears large volumes of fruit each summer and the garden – being larger than most for this style of property – has proved an excellent playground for our children. The views from the back of the house are spectacular, with the sash windows framing the views to Dundry perfectly. The renovated basement gives visitors the wow factor and has proved a great success; the built in office creates a safe, secure and peaceful zone to work or relax in, whilst the “cinema room” has hosted numerous sporting and movie nights, including a party of 13 people to watch a Six Nations match! Having a sofa bed in here also enables guests to stay in privacy. The house offers great potential to further maximise accommodation space, and we’re sure the next owners will enjoy everything this fabulous property has to offer like we have.
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Local Authority: Bristol Council Tel: 0117 922 2000
Council Tax Band: D
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Via period wooden front door opening to the entrance vestibule with original period tiled flooring, coved ceiling, double opening original wooden inner doors with attractive period leaded light glass inserts to entrance hall.
Exposed stripped pine floorboards, coved ceiling with ceiling rose, doors to living room, dining room, kitchen/utility room, radiator with attractive bespoke wooden cover, eye level storage cupboard housing electrics, coat hooks, further door with stairs leading down to basement level accommodation.
Sash bay windows with secondary glazing to front, stripped and stained wooden floorboards, radiator with attractive bespoke wooden cover, coved ceiling with ceiling rose and picture rail, chimney breast with decorative cast iron working fireplace with grate and slate hearth.
A lovely airy room flood with light courtesy of two sash windows overlooking the rear garden, stripped wooden floorboards, radiator with attractive bespoke wooden cover, chimney breast with wooden surround, cast iron fireplace, decorative tiled surround and slate hearth.
A good sized split level room with a range of eye level and base units with solid wooden worktops incorporating sink with mixer taps, splash back wall tiling, chimney breast with wooden mantle and alcove below with room for range cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled flooring, step down to utility area with further space for appliances, door to rear garden.
A super room currently used as cinema room, radiator with attractive bespoke wooden cover, inset mood lighting, shelving storage, open plan to home office.
The media room leads to a sizeable home office with a range of built in storage cupboards, desk, safe, boxed gas boiler and double glazed French doors opening to the rear garden.
There are also two further storage rooms to the front with power and light.
Via period wooden staircase with attractive balustrade and doors to first floor accommodation.
A superb light, airy and spacious bedroom with large sash bay windows and further sash window all with secondary glazing, stripped wooden floorboards, radiator, chimney breast with original cast iron fireplace with grate , decorative tiled surround and hearth with two alcoves either side (one used as wardrobe with hanging rail and storage shelving. The room also has clear potential and space to access the loft space for conversion subject to necessary planning or to create an en-suite if desired via a further walk in wardrobe (backing onto the staircase) with space for chest of drawers, coat hooks and loft hatch.
Stripped wooden floorboards, radiator, refurbished sash window with attractive views over surrounding city, chimney breast with cast iron fireplace with grate and decorative tiled hearth.
Refurbished sash window with stunning far reaching views over the city towards Dundry, chimney breast, radiator, coved ceiling.
White three piece suite comprising; panelled bath with wall mounted shower over, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, splash back wall tiling, obscure double glazed window to side, radiator and extractor fan.
The front garden is enclosed by a dwarf wall and hedging to the front and is easy maintenance with gravelled area with room for potted plants, paved pathway to front door and overhead flower basket. The rear garden is larger than most of this style of property in the area and has been landscaped with sun deck, lawned area ideal for children and gravelled driveway to the rear enclosed by timber gate and bricked walling to both sides. The driveway provides secure off parking for one vehicle.