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Nore Road, Portishead
£599,950 | Sold Subject to Contract

Nore Road, Portishead has 4 bedrooms  4   Nore Road, Portishead has  bathrooms  2  

  • 1920's Home
  • Three/Four Bedrooms
  • Two/Three Reception Rooms
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Generous South Facing Garden
  • Garage & Parking

An opportunity to acquire a 1920's attached four bedroom family home situated in an enviable position set above Portisheads popular coastal road.

Affording stunning views of the estuary and the Welsh hills is this fine residence and will be an appeal to a variety of different buyers which includes the family buyer seeking an coastal outlook, generous south-facing rear garden and more importantly versatile accommodation to cater for a growing family. Downsizers and professional buyers will warm to the position which has easy access to the coastal path, The Windmill public house & restaurant. A selling point for local families will be the ease of access to the Lake Grounds, High Street and the buoyant Marina.

The accommodation has been much improved by the current owners and now offers charming accommodation arranged over two floors. In brief, the property comprises; entrance porch, entrance hall, living room, sitting room, bedroom/study, family bathroom and a stunning kitchen/dining room of a good proportion and really is the 'hub of the home'. The first floor features three bedrooms and a shower room with the master bedroom and second bedroom showcasing stunning estuary and Welsh hill views. Outside, The expansive, established rear gardens are accessed through the kitchen/dining room and is accessed from the wide opening bi-folding doors. The patio area lies adjacent to the rear elevation, and is a substantial seating area offering the perfect place to entertain in the warmer summer months. A set of tiered stone steps then take you up to the gently sloped lawn with fruit trees and flowering shrubs occupying the garden. The rear garden also enjoys a southerly orientation and from the top of the garden with elevated views of the estuary and Welsh hills in the distance.

The frontage of the property in essence is designed to make full use of the vistas of the estuary and Welsh hills. A good sized patio with outside lighting is accessed from the front of the house and provides ample space for garden furniture in order to sit back and enjoy the renowned Portishead sunsets across the Bristol Channel. Steps then lead down to the driveway and a section of lawn which is flanked by mature hedgerows adding a degree of privacy. The garage is approached up a sweeping driveway with a parking bay located at the bottom providing off-road parking for several vehicles. The garage has an up & over door, light and power connected, courtesy door leading to the rear garden.

Accommodation Comprising:

Entrance Porch

Secure hardwood door and window combination opening to the entrance porch, original tessellated tiled flooring, secure front door opening to the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall

Oak flooring, staircase rising to the first floor landing, radiator, picture rail, pressed panelled doors opening to principal rooms.

Living Room

A light and airy room with a large uPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect affording spectacular, elevated views of the estuary and the Welsh hills, radiators, gas living flame fire with composite stone hearth and inset, ornate timber surround, TV point

Sitting Room

Residing to the rear elevation, with a uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator, gas living flame fire with tiled inset, hearth and attractive timber surround, exposed wood floor boards.

Family Bathroom

Fitted with a three piece white suite comprising; traditional high-level cistern WC, claw footed roll top bath with mixer tap & hand shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, traditional radiator with towel rail, exposed wood flooring, obscured uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.

Kitchen/Dining Room

The kitchen is situated across the rear elevation of the property and is really the 'hub of the home' with feature exposed ceiling timbers and a port hole window affording views towards the estuary and Welsh hills. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of cream fronted shaker style wall, base and drawer units with wood block work surfaces and inset Belfast sink and swan neck mixer tap, metro tiled splash backs, space for an American fridge/freezer, inset plate rack, integrated dishwasher, eye-level microwave, space for gas range cooker with stainless steel canopy extractor hood over, radiators, wood flooring, recessed ceiling down lighting, door opening to the utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine, wall mounted gas fired combination boiler serving domestic hot water and the heating system, feature uPVC double glazed bi-folding doors opening up to the rear garden which seamlessly brings the outdoors, inside.

Bedroom Four/Study

uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect affording delightful views of the estuary and Welsh hills, radiator, under-stairs storage cupboard. This room is currently used as a bedroom but could be used as another reception room but offers versatility to cater for your own families needs.

First Floor Landing

With timber panelled doors opening to all of the first floor accommodation, radiator, linen cupboard.

Master Bedroom

(Sloped Ceilings)Enjoying a dual aspect with uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and rear elevation enjoys a Velux window which floods the room with additional natural light, aspects. The front window enjoys the estuary views whilst the rear window features views of the garden, exposed ceiling timbers, radiator, TV point.

Bedroom Two

uPVc double glazed window to the front aspect continuing the theme of delightful estuary views, radiator, TV point.

Bedroom Three

uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator.

Shower Room

Fitted with a three piece white suite comprising; low level WC, tiled shower enclosure with mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, radiator, exposed wood flooring, chrome heated towel radiator, eaves storage cupboard, obscured uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.

Outside

The expansive, established rear gardens are accessed through the kitchen/dining room and is accessed from the wide opening bi-folding doors. The patio area lies adjacent to the rear elevation, and is a substantial seating area offering the perfect place to entertain in the warmer summer months. A set of tiered stone steps then take you up to the gently sloped lawn with fruit trees and flowering shrubs occupying the garden. The rear garden also enjoys a southerly orientation and from the top of the garden with elevated views of the estuary and Welsh hills in the distance.

The frontage of the property in essence is designed to make full use of the vistas of the estuary and Welsh hills. A good sized patio with outside lighting is accessed from the front of the house and provides ample space for garden furniture in order to sit back and enjoy the renowned Portishead sunsets across the Bristol Channel. Steps then lead down to the driveway and a section of lawn which is flanked by mature hedgerows adding a degree of privacy.

Garage & Driveway

The garage is approached up a sweeping driveway with a parking bay located at the bottom providing off-road parking for several vehicles. The garage has an up & over door, light and power connected, courtesy door leading to the rear garden.


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Nore Road, Portishead
£599,950 | Sold Subject to Contract

Nore Road, Portishead has 4 bedrooms  4   Nore Road, Portishead has  bathrooms  2  

  • 1920's Home
  • Three/Four Bedrooms
  • Two/Three Reception Rooms
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Generous South Facing Garden
  • Garage & Parking

Contact our Portishead office
01275 430 440
sales@goodmanlilley.co.uk

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