'Oakdene' is a handsome and substantial 1920's detached four bedroom house in the heart of Stoke Bishop on a quarter of an acre plot with a detached double garage, off-street parking for several cars and a double gated in and out drive. This house exudes character charm with the potential to become an enviable family home, equally the sizeable plot may offer development potential, subject to consents. A large vestibule with glazed leaded doors and windows opens onto a grand and impressive central hall. There are three reception rooms, the first being a generous dining room with huge windows letting in abundance of light and overlooking the side garden. The second is a light and airy living room with double doors to the garden and a brick hearth with electric fireplace in front. The third reception room has a tiled fire surround, two large cupboards currently used as a larder and a utility, and provides access to a sunroom/conservatory. The kitchen is to the rear of the house and is well proportioned with large range cooker, a range of base and wall units and a door to the back garden. There are two further large storage cupboards from the central hall as well as the downstairs bathroom. Ascending an attractive wooden staircase with original stain glass window, there are four double bedrooms, the main bathroom and a WC. There are two well-proportioned double bedrooms with fitted cupboards and two very large bedrooms, either of which could be used as the master. One of which has hardwood floors and an attractive grey tiles fireplace with mantlepiece and other is to the front of the house and has the benefit of an en-suite bathroom. Finally there is a large loft room, giving the potential to extend(stc). The expansive wraparound garden is landscaped with a large lawned area, a pond and a patio area backing onto the living room and kitchen. The property further boasts a modern detached double garage (which could be converted into extra accommodation STC) as well as off street parking for several cars. The property would benefit from a programme of modernisation, but still retains much of its original features such as art deco window detailing, servants bells, original fireplaces and stain glass. Stoke Bishop Church Of England Primary School - 770 yds approx Elmlea Junior School 0.54miles approx
Coombe Lane is a popular road within Stoke Bishop. Stoke Lodge playing fields and recreational grounds, ideal for dog walkers are nearby, whilst the Kingsweston Estate and Coombe Dingle offer parkland and meandering walks. There are local shops as well as restaurants and pubs, a Waitrose in nearby Henleaze and health and leisure clubs in Westbury on Trym. The surrounding area include golf courses and excellent schooling, primary, secondary, state and independent. Stoke Bishop is a green a leafy suburb, formally farmland and orchards and on the edge of the 400 acres of Durdham Downs. For the commuter there are good links to Bristols centre and the motorway networks M4 (4 miles) and M5 (7.1 miles). There are two mainline train stations, the closest of which is Bristol Temple Meads (4.6 miles) which serves many cities nationwide.
Directions From the Maggs & Allen office on Northumbria Drive, turn right onto North View. At White Tree roundabout, take the second exit on to Parrys Lane. Turn right onto Coombe Lane. Number 51 will be on the left.
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