A beautifully presented and tastefully refurbished Art Deco style 1930’s four double bedroom semi-detached family home (nearly 1,800 sq ft), located in a prime position in the ever popular suburb of Westbury on Trym.
Situated close to the wide range of shops in the village, Stoke Lane & just 600m from the highly sought after Elmlea Infant & Junior School, as well falling within the catchment for Bristol Free School. Canford Park is also a short stroll away, where children can play, there are also football, tennis & Bowls facilities. The property enjoys an attractive westerly facing garden & benefits from having driveway parking and a garage.
This immaculate light and airy family home has been stylishly modernised by the current owners whilst carefully maintaining and restoring attractive original features. The accommodation is arranged over three floors, with a spacious welcoming entrance hall immediately setting the tone complete with its original wood panelled walls, original wooden floor and Art Deco doors to the the ground floor rooms. To the front is a large and comfortable sitting room with a large bay window, extended open plan high quality fitted kitchen with built in appliances and dining/family area both areas open to a private west facing rear garden which is not overlooked from the rear elevation.
This is a superb home and should be viewed at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.
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Local Authority: Bristol Council Tel: 0117 922 2000
Council Tax Band: E
Services: Mains Gas, Water, Drainage and Electric
Abbey Road is a popular road situated in the sought after suburb of Westbury on Trym lying to the North West of Bristol’s city centre and is advantageously placed with a host of amenities on the doorstep. These include Elmlea and Stoke Bishop primary schools as well as secondary, state and independent. There is open parkland and woodland nearby with Durdham Downs and the Kings Weston Estate respectively. For health and leisure there are sports clubs and tennis clubs (the closest of which is within the adjacent University campus) as well as golf courses. For the commuter there is good ease of access to the motorway networks, M5, M4 and M32 as well as Bristol’s commercial centre. Bristol has two mainline train stations serving a number of cities nationwide and the airport with flights to a number of European destinations.
Access is gained across a brick paved driveway to a double glazed storm porch with double bench storage and original glazed door, opening into a very welcoming original finish wood panelled entrance hallway with original wood floor and feature doors that provides access to the sitting room, kitchen / dining room and staircase to first floor. The large and comfortable sitting room is located to the front of the house with a large bay fronted window, feature fireplace with fitted gas coal effect fire and ceiling coving. The rear reception room provides a wonderful living space and a lovely extended kitchen / dining room with double doors leading directly out onto the rear garden, a feature art deco fireplace, attractive exposed wood floor to the dining area and tiled effect floor to the kitchen. The kitchen also has double doors to the rear garden and is highly fashionable with modern contemporary units, wooden worktops, two bowl sink unit, mixer tap, attractive tiling, integrated appliances and space for American style fridge freezer. A door from the entrance hall provides access to a well fitted downstairs cloakroom/ WC with extra storage.
The first-floor landing has a charm of its own with stairs continuing to the second floor and a converted loft space providing the fourth bedroom with en suite. Doors from the landing providing access to three double bedrooms (Master bedroom with large fitted wardrobes and bay window), bedroom two with unobstructed views towards the University of Bristol Playing fields, third double bedroom which can conveniently be used as a good-sized home office.
There is also a very stylish Art Deco style family bathroom with white suite comprising extra large bathtub and separate shower enclosure.
The loft space was completely re-insulated and stylishly re-constructed by the current owners 6 years ago and now offers a good sized double fourth bedroom which is spacious, light and airy with velux window, new quality ensuite, and spectacular expansive views to the west across the coombe lane playing fields.
Outside to the front is an attractive brick paved driveway as previously mentioned, with space to park one car that leads to an attached garage and the entrance porch. To the side of the driveway is a lawn area enclosed by a low boundary wall. The rear garden is a lovely, private west facing space with beautiful trees and shrubs and raised patio which is a fabulous sun trap in the summer months, ideal for al fresco dining, also benefitting from not being overlooked from the rear. It is mainly laid to lawn with an attractive range of established bushes, shrubs and plants. There is also a side path that provides rear access to the garage.
Single attached garage with up and over door to the front and single door to the rear garden, wall mounted remote controlled gas boiler, power and light, and utility area with washer, dryer and sink.
The property has undergone a range of works to try to maintain its features including the panelled hallway, doors and door furniture, fireplaces and coving and is a true pleasure to see.