A golden opportunity to acquire this immaculately presented detached contemporary four bedroom family home, set in a delightful setting overlooking the 650 acre, Grade II listed parkland of Blaise Castle Estate.
The property boasts spacious, light and airy accommodation benefitting from a recent double storey extension which has much improved the already generous accommodation. To the ground floor there is a generous front porch which leads to an inner entrance hall with downstairs cloakroom WC, study, living room to the front with wood burner and views over the Kingsweston estate, the rear of the house has been impressively extended and now offers a large open space with high quality fitted kitchen with central island, open plan dining room, further study/music room and a good sized utility leading out to the an enclosed rear garden. Four good sized bedrooms (master with en-suite) and a family bathroom will be found to the first floor, most of the rooms enjoy views over the Kingsweston estate to the front and rear elevation.
Bordering and directly overlooking the magnificent 650 acre, Grade II listed parkland of Blaise Castle Estate, which itself is steeped with over 5,000 years of history, which also offer many scenic walks through the estate. There are also local amenities nearby including Henbury Leisure Centre, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway and J17 of the M5. Due to the attractive, contemporary accommodation on offer and it's idyllic location, Goodman & Lilley anticipate a great deal of interest. Contact us to arrange your viewing slot on 0117 213 0777 or at henleaze@goodmanlilley.
Local Authority: Bristol City Council
Council Tax Band: D
Services: Mains Gas, Water, Drainage and Electric
The property has enjoyed a very impressive and recent refurbishment and offers contemporary, light and airy accommodation with the huge advantage of two study rooms , which is clearly highly convenient for today's world that we live in. The living room to the front is a relaxing place to sit and enjoy the warmth of the modern inset wood burner, while overlooking a good sized front garden and the wide expanse of the Kingsweston Estate directly over the road, There is a door into the dining room that can be opened up if desired, or if kept closed isolates the room rather nicely. When entering the large open plan extension to the rear you are instantly engaged by the wonderful feeling of space and you feel that you are in the hub of the house that the whole family can socialise together and enjoy. The kitchen has an attractive clean contemporary feel with various built in appliances and a sizable island unit. The room flows into the dining area and then doors open to the second study which is currently used as a music room with access and views over the rear garden. A side door to the other end of the room opens to a sizable galley style utility room with lots of storage units which provides access to the garage to the front and an attractive enclosed rear garden with two patio areas and a timber garden store.
The first floor landing provides access to four good sized bedrooms, with the master being part of the double storey rear extension and enjoys a contemporary en-suite shower room WC as well as a lovely valulted ceiling with two overhead Velux windows adding a great degree of extra light. This bedroom as well as the other three is a good size, but also enjoy's attractive views over the estate. There is also a modern family bathroom again of a good size and very neutrally styled.
The front garden is enclosed with a tarmac driveway offering off road parking for a couple of vehicles and leading to a garage and car port offering further parking. The rear garden is again enclosed with two separate patio areas, lawn and timber garden store.