An extremely rare opportunity to acquire this most delightful 3/4 bedroom first floor apartment boasting impressive & sizable accommodation of 1,834 sq ft, with large original sash windows and high ceilings adding a great deal of light and airiness. Covering the entire first floor of this stunning, detached Victorian mansion house set in the heart of Sneyd Park on the highly sought after 'The Avenue'.
Upon entering the building a communal enclosed external staircase leads you to the first floor, where you will find the property. The door opens into a wonderfully light entrance hall with dado height storage cupboard. At the end of the entrance hall you step into the principle room of the apartment, an incredibly impressive and spacious dining room, which provides access to all other rooms of the home. Original detailed leaded light windows from the dining room overlook the rear garden. The living room is situated to the front and overlooks the front garden with an attractive feature fireplace with a classic surround and fitted coal effect gas fire. The kitchen can be found to the rear and has been fitted with an array of wall, drawer and base Shaker style units, and has been finished with polished granite work surfaces with a range of built in appilances.
Offering generous proportions throughout and offering an abundance of character features, the property has also been presented to the market with the added benefit of no onward chain.
The apartment enjoys it's own attractive area of garden assigned to this first floor apartment, which has been predominately laid to lawn and is enclosed by wall, fence and hedge boarders. Mature trees, shrubs and floral beds provide the perfect opportunity to make this garden your own for the green fingered among us. To the front is allocated parking for one vehicle, as well as a separate guest parking space.
A highly regarded address in prestigious Sneyd Park on the fringes of Durdham Downs, within an easy stroll and providing handy access to Blackboy Hill and Clifton Villag eand lying to the north-west of Bristol's commercial centre. This quiet and tranquil suburb provides a host of amenities and good access to road and rail networks. There are a small array of shops located in Stoke Bishop village, suitable for day to day living, a Waitrose in nearby Henleaze, and Sainsburys in Clifton where one will also find a variety of bars, boutiques and restaurants. The nearby A4018 is a direct arterial route to the commercial centre and motorway networks M5, M4 to the South West, Midlands, London and South Wales respectively. Rail services run regularly from Bristol Temple Meads and Parkway train stations and there are flights to a number of European and some long haul destinations available from Bristol International Airport. The north west of the city includes a number of schools, state and independent, primary and secondary as well as many leisure facilities, golf courses and health clubs.
There is an excellent choice of nearby private and state schools in the vicinity, including Elmlea Junior School, Westbury Park School, Redmaids School, Clifton College, Clifton High School, Badminton School, Queen Elizabeth's Hospital School and Bristol Grammar School.
Fitted with an array of wall, drawer and base Shaker style units and is finished with polished granite work surfaces. Range of integrated appliances.