This handsome and substantial (1700 sq ft) family home exudes period charm and character. Built in the 1920's, this wonderful property is located on the highly regarded Owen Grove and owned by the same family for the last 30 years. This impressive, light and bright, semi-detached property is located on a quiet road not far from the high street and the incredibly popular Henleaze infant and junior schools. The property retains many of its original features, offers five generous bedrooms, with two large reception rooms, a good sized (15.10 x 9.3) garage, off-street parking and an 80ft south-east facing garden. The ground floor accommodation comprises; main entrance that leads into a spacious hallway with exposed original floorboards and a WC/cloakroom under the staircase. At the front of the property is a spacious dining/reception room with a gas fire, bay with original frames and leaded lattice windows. At the back of the property with a view of the garden is another large reception room which is currently used as the living room. This room's key features include a gas fire with original metro brick tiles and French doors that lead out onto the rear patio.
The fitted kitchen/breakfast room comprises off-white units with brass fittings along with space for a family dining table. Dual aspect windows allow plenty of light into this room with access and a view onto the rear garden. Stairs from the hallway lead up to the first floor, the bedrooms and family bathroom. At the front of the house is a large double bedroom with the bay having leaded lattice windows. Bedroom three looks out to the front, bedroom number four at the rear of the house enjoys pleasant views onto the rear mature garden. The 15ft master bedroom includes a fitted wardrobe and a door that leads onto a lovely original balcony that overlooks the impressive garden and leafy outlook. The bathroom includes a modern white suite, tiled splash backs and an enclosed shower. Across the landing and above the extended garage is bedroom number five and a separate WC. The garage is approached from the front drive with a separate utility area that is accessed from the rear of the property. Outside, the front garden has a low brick built wall, lawned and tarmac sections with a path alongside. The mature and well-kept rear garden measures 80ft and includes a large lawned area, patio paving, flower beds, mature pine tree, summer house and benefits from a bright south-east facing aspect.
Owen Grove is a highly regarded and extremely desirable address within Henleaze, located a very short distance from Henleaze High Street. Within very close proximity there are many amenities on Henleaze Road, including traditional high street shops such as a greengrocers, butchers, bakers, cafes and restaurants. There are excellent local pubs, a Waitrose and even a local cinema. North West Bristol offers golf courses, health and leisure clubs. There are both state and independent primary and secondary schools, including Henleaze Infant and Junior Schools which are within walking distance. Westbury Village and Clifton are also conveniently close by. For the commuter there are excellent links to the motorway network via the nearby arterial road to the M4/M5 and also Bristol City Centre.
From Maggs & Allen on Northumbria Drive head down towards Linden Road and turn left onto Upper Cranbrook Road. Take the first left onto Howard Road. Follow Howard Road to the end and turn left at the crossroad onto Springfield Grove, continue along and take the first left onto Owen Grove and number 8 can be found on the left hand side.
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