A splendid four bedroom detached family home located within the highly regarded Coombe Dingle area of Bristol. The property occupies a mature plot of approximately one third of an acre in size and whilst already of a good size offers any incoming owners a great amount of flexibility and potential to further enhance and remodel if desired.
Built in the early 1960s, the house is both spacious and well planned with accommodation that comprises a dual aspect lounge and dining room, modern kitchen, downstairs cloakroom and conservatory with four bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor.
The property also benefits from front and rear gardens, the rear being a most prominent feature of this home. Furthermore there is driveway parking for a number of vehicles that leads to a detached garage.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the property on offer.
Call, Click or Come in and visit our experienced sales team-01172130777 / email@example.com
Local Authority: Bristol Council Tel: 0117 922 2000
Council Tax Band: F
Services: Mains Gas, Water, Drainage and Electric.
Coombe Dingle lies to the north west of Bristol's commercial centre and is considered semi-rural being on the cusp of the town and country. There are meandering walks and bridle paths through the adjacent Blaise Castle and Kings Weston estate with a woodland backdrop of Kings Weston Down. With many shops within close proximity, including those in Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze, the wider area also offers a variety of schools; both state and independent and are available within Stoke Bishop, Westbury, Henleaze and more particularly Clifton. Clifton itself is approximately 4.7 miles and boasts a range of independent boutique shops and restaurants. For sporting endeavours within the immediate area, there are a variety of health and leisure clubs and golf courses all nearby, with various running routes located throughout the Blaise estate and Durdham Downs. For the commuter, the A4018 provides a direct link to not only the motorway networks, M4 and M5, but also Bristol's commercial centre. Regular rail services run from Bristol Parkway and Temple Meads train stations as well as a number of international flights departing from Bristol International Airport, which is approximately 12 miles away.
UPVC double glazed door with obscure leaded and patterned full-length obscure window to side, opening to spacious L-shaped entrance hall. Stairs rising to 1st floor landing, internal doors to lounge, dining room, kitchen and cloakroom. Varnished wood panelled walls, radiator, telephone point, textured and coved ceiling.
Dual aspect room with double glazed window overlooking the front garden and with double glazed sliding patio doors opening to conservatory, feature coal effect gas fire, television point and wall lights.
Dual aspect room with white UPVC double glazed windows overlooking front and rear gardens, two radiators.
Fitted with a range of modern units with rolled edge work surface over, space for cooker, inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer, tiled splash backs, recess for single width fridge freezer, under stairs cupboard housing with wall mounted gas boiler, plumbing and space for washing machine.
Double glazed windows to front and side the front window having leaded and patterned insert to match that of the front door, fitted low level WC, corner wall mounted hand basin with tiled splashback.
The conservatory is of UPVC construction with vaulted style ceiling and is set with a dwarf rendered brick wall and UPVC sill. There is tiled flooring, a double radiator, rear aspect opening windows and double French doors opening to the rear garden.
With doors opening to all first floor rooms, double glazed windows to the rear aspect overlooking the rear garden.
Double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator and built in double wardrobes.
Front aspect room with double glazed window, radiator and deep over stairs storage cupboard.
A double room with double glazed window to the front aspect and radiator.
Double glazed window to the rear aspect and radiator.
Obscure double glazed window, fitted suite with vanity unit incorporating inset wash hand basin, low level WC with concealed cistern, roll edge worktop, fully tiled walls, fitted vanity mirror with down lighters, panel enclosed bath with shower attachment and further wall mounted shower unit, radiator.
The front garden is hedged and close to front with opening to the side with opening for driveway. There are deep filled borders, shrubbery, a lawn area, pathway and a mature cherry tree.
The rear garden is an absolute delight with a generous lawn area that stretches the majority of the garden with mature shrubbery, trees, shaped conifer, hedging vegetable patch area immediately to the rear of the property and all accessed from the house and with secure gate to side driveway. garden shed. Toward the end of the garden is natural screening of shape hedging with opening which leads to what was formerly the herb/vegetable garden.
A detached garage with up and over door, courtesy door to garden, light and power within. There is also driveway parking for numerous vehicles leading up to the detached garage, the driveway is laid to tarmac.