A golden opportunity to acquire a detached, 1930's period home in need of gentle modernisation and presenting an option to increase the footprint to create a generous family home.
'Anchor Holm' is located at the foot of a quiet cut-de-sac within the popular village of Pill and was built by a ships captain to enjoy in his retirement. The property is arranged over two floors and in brief comprises; accessekitchen, open-plan living/dining room, shower room and two double bedrooms which are located from the ground floor. A turned staircase rises to the first floor landing where a loft room, bedroom with access to a generous eaves storage area can be located offering further development potential. Another sizeable eaves storage area is also located on this level and easily accessed from the first floor landing. The gardens lie to three sides of the property and are of a generous nature and offer potential to extend into on the east elevation of the property (subject to the necessary planning permissions) A garage adjoins the cul-de-sac and provides covered, secure parking.
Retaining character and charm with many architectural features typically associated with the period, this home offers a stand-out opportunity for a buyer to create a family home to enjoy for many years to come. Located in the heart of the popular village of Pill and within strolling distance to the local Crockerne Primary School and village shops, it's the ideal purchase for the family buyer. Central Bristol is approximately eight miles away and the trendy Clifton shops and bars even closer.
Goodman & Lilley anticipate a good degree of high interest due to the competitive price and the potential. Call us today on 01275 firstname.lastname@example.org and talk with one of our property professionals to arrange an internal inspection.
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M5 (J19) 3 miles, M4 (J20) 11 miles, Bristol Parkway 14 miles, Bristol Temple Meads 10.5 miles, Bristol Airport 12 miles (distances approximate)
Local Authority: North Somerset Council Tel: 01934 888888
Services: All mains services connected.
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Secure front door opening to the kitchen which is fitted with a matching range of modern white base, drawer and eye-level units with work surfaces over, inset stainless steel sink unit with single drainer unit, mixer tap, integrated washing machine, space for fridge/freezer and cooker, glazed window to rear aspect, hardwood glazed window to side aspect, folding concertina door with stairs rising to the first floor landing with window to the side aspect flooding the space with natural light, secure uPVC double glazed door to garden, door to hallway.
Under-stairs storage cupboard, radiator, picture rail, doors opening to the open-plan living/dining room, shower room and bedrooms one and two.
Fitted with three piece modern white suite comprising; tiled double shower enclosure with fitted shower and glazed shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC, tiled splashbacks, hardwood obscure glazed window to rear aspect, hardwood obscure window to rear, radiator, ceramic tiled flooring.
Hardwood lead-latticed glazed bay window to front aspect, two circular hardwood windows to side aspect, coal effect gas fireplace set in stone built surround with gas back boiler serving the heating system and domestic hot water, TV point, picture rail.
Open-plan to the living room with two hardwood lead-latticed glazed stained glass windows and timber door combination opening to the rear garden, double panel radiator, telephone point, picture rail.
Hardwood glazed bay window to front aspect, port hole stained glass window to side aspect, two radiators, telephone point, picture rail.
Hardwood glazed bay window to side aspect, radiator, TV point, picture rail.
With doors opening to the eaves, bedroom three and the loft room.
Window to front with views towards the estuary, radiator, door opening to a good sized eaves area which could be used as additional living space.
Another room offering potential, with two skylights flooding the room with natural light, currently housing hot water tank.
The enclosed gardens lie to three sides and are of a generous nature, laid predominantly to lawn with deep planted flowering shrub and specimen trees occupying the borders. A patio and decked area provides ample space to position a garden table and chairs whilst sat beneath a pergola.
A single garage adjoins the road provides secure, covered parking. The driveway is accessed from the road onto the curtilage of the property a provides gated off-road parking.
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