A distinguished period detached Victorian Villa enjoying an elevated position conveniently situated close to the heart of Clevedon and it's many amenities.
This lovely six bedroom, three reception room period house is possibly the most prominent house in Victoria Road, with its symmetrical Edwardian red brick façade, sash bay windows and double pitched roof. Arranged over three floors, the property offers particularly light and elegant accommodation which has in recent years been sympathetically renovated and redecorated, and now provides a most comfortable family home. Period features are found throughout the property and include a beautiful turning staircase and swan neck hand rail, ceiling cornices, ornate fireplaces, panelled doors and restored, period stained glass windows.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and first entered via its impressive stained glass window and panelled doors opening into the opulent entrance hall. Spacious and inviting, the entrance hall displays a wealth of period features including a tessellated tiled floor, hand painted stained glass door and windows, high ceilings with ornate cornicing. A cloakroom, kitchen, utility room with three principal reception rooms occupy the ground floor and are conveniently located off the entrance hall. The drawing room, dining room and sitting room all feature ornate period fireplaces with woodburners and double glazed sash windows creating the perfect ambience to relax with the family of an evening. The kitchen/breakfast room resides to the rear elevation of the property and is equally impressive with a modern fitted kitchen with granite worksurfaces and a matching central island. The kitchen is fully equipped with an integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer with a gas range cooker set within the chimney breast. The utility room is accessed from the back of the kitchen.
A turned staircase ascends to the first floor with a half-landing with a stained glass window flooding the landing and stairs with natural light. The upper floors offer six double bedrooms, four of which are on the first floor: the master bedroom with spacious four piece en-suite – a dual aspect second bedroom with the third and fourth bedroom positioned on the rear elevation of the property. The second floor has a landing area, family bathroom and two spacious bedrooms with elevated views over Clevedon and the estuary in the distance. The gardens and grounds encompass the property with well tended lawns to to two sides bounded by mature hedging securing the garden.
Clevedon which has a myriad of shops, bars and restaurants and access to exceptional leisure pursuits including sailing at the local yacht club, golf at nearby Tickenham, coastal walks and horse riding. Clevedon is popular due to its waterside location but also its convenient access to the M5 motorway network joining at Junction 20 giving access to the ever popular city of Bristol some 14 miles to the North East as well as the highly regarded local school system that North Somerset and Bristol enjoy. For the commuter there are a choice of railway stations with Bristol Temple Meads & Bristol Parkway, offering high speed train links to London in 90 minutes. Bristol Airport is some 10.7 miles away and offers national and international flights.
Offered for sale in pristine condition and accommodation totalling in excess of 3,200 SQ FT, this house is sure to appeal. Call now for your appointment to view - 01275 email@example.com
Bristol 15 miles, M5 (J20) 2 miles, Bristol Airport 12 miles, Nailsea & Backwell train station (14 miles) providing direct access to London Paddington from 90 minutes (distances and times approximate)
Local Authority: North Somerset Council Tel: 01934 888888
Council Tax Band: G
Services: All mains services connected.
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