An exceptionally rare opportunity to acquire a characterful 2450 sq ft detached house on a generous corner plot (0.22 acres) on the sought after Upper Cranbrook Road, marketed for the first time in 35 years. This 1920s house retains much of its period charm and is sure to be popular boasts five bedrooms, a large landscaped wrap-around garden, detached garage and off-street parking. Entering through a glazed porch, you are greeted by a spacious hall with wooden beams across the ceiling and attractive archway which leads to the main reception room, giving the house a real feeling of space. The main reception is flooded with light through the dual aspect windows and benefits from a gas fireplace with appealing surround and bespoke shelving on either side. The formal dining room is to the front of the house and is elegantly decorated with wood panelling and silk chinoiserie wallpaper, there is also an electric fireplace with wooden mantlepiece. There is a large kitchen with fitted wooden cupboards, double oven, grill and fitted dishwasher. A separate utility room houses the washing machine and offers excellent storage space. There is a conservatory reached through the utility which would be perfect as a breakfast room or plant room. A cosy family/garden room is at the very back of the house and is a lovely family space with French doors out to the garden. Accessed from the central hallway there is a shower room and ample double bedroom, currently used as a guest room. A grand wooden staircase leads up to a spacious hallway with four further bedrooms and the main bathroom. The master bedroom is very light due to triple aspect windows and is decorated in a classic style in fitting with the house with wood panelling to the walls, fitted wardrobes and vanity unit. There are three other bedrooms on this floor, two well proportioned doubles and a single perfect as a study or nursery. The bathroom has a separate bath and shower, sink and WC. There is a large loft which could offer the possibility for extension STPP. Externally, this house has a very generous garden which, due to its corner plot wraps around the house to the rear and side. The landscaped garden includes a paved area to the side of the house, a large lawned area to the rear with border planting and mature trees. There is a detached single garage to the rear, accessed from Coldharbour Road.
Location Redland is a popular area especially for those with young families. There are both state and independent schools within close proximity. There are also coffee shops, a Waitrose supermarket and a cinema, on the nearby Henleaze Road as well as having easy access to Durdham Downs, Whiteladies Road and Bristol City Centre.
Westbury Park Primary School 450m approx Henleaze Infant School 485m approx Henleaze Junior School 565m approx Redland Green Secondary School 719m approx
Directions From the Maggs & Allen office on Northumbria Drive, turn left onto Howard Road and bear right onto Upper Cranbrook Road. Number 46 will be on the left.
Room Sizes Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.86 x 3.65m (15'11 x 12'0) Sitting Room 5.76 x 4.86m (18'11 x 15'11) Dining Room 5.33 x 4.26, (17'6 x 14'0) Family Room 5.15 x 3.56m (16'11 x 11'8) Utility Room 3.64 x 2.78m (11'11 x 9'1) Bedroom One 5.31 x 4.86m (17'5 x 15'11) Bedroom Two 4.88 x 4.25m (16'0 x 13'11) Bedroom Three 3.67 x 2.73m (12'0 x 8'11) Bedroom Four 2.75 x 2.55m (9'0 x 8'4) Bedroom Five 4.56 x 2.73m (15'0 x 9'0)
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