A modern and well maintained 4 bedroom detached property situated in the highly regarded location of Remenham Park close to local amenities in Henleaze including Waitrose supermarket, local library and Fallodon Way doctors surgery. The accommodation includes two reception rooms, conservatory, modern kitchen and utility room, downstairs cloakroom, four bedrooms, master with en suite and family bathroom. There are delightful gardens with a large shed and a double driveway providing off-street parking which leads to the integral garage. The property is located within the Henleaze Infant & Junior School and is approx. 1.032km from Redland Green Secondary School.
The property is situated in the highly desirable and sought after location of Henleaze and is close to the wide range of amenities including coffee shops, a Waitrose supermarket and a cinema, as well as a library, a local butchers and fishmongers. Within proximity are a host of schools both primary and secondary, state and independent. Public transport runs nearby to Bristol's City Centre as well as the regional shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway and the motorway networks are also easily accessible.
From the Maggs & Allen office on Northumbria Drive, turn right onto White Tree Road and shortly left onto Remenham Park. Number 13 will be on your left.
Room Sizes Kitchen/Dining Room - 18'4 x 10'6 Utility Room - 10'6 x 6'4 Sitting Room - 15'10 x 13'4 Conservatory - 13'5 x 7'5 Bedroom One - 13'5 x 12'6 Bedroom Two - 11'0 x 8'3 Bedroom Three - 8'4 x 8'3 Bedroom Four - 9'5 x 6'7 Garage - 16'1 x 8'0
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