This substantial and spacious semi-detached Victorian house is packed with period features and boasts five double bedrooms, four Reception rooms, an open plan high quality fitted kitchen, off street parking and a south west facing garden. The property is located in the ever-popular St Andrews, just a 200m (approx.) from St Andrews Park with all the amenities of Gloucester road within easy reach. Entering through a light, bright porch with glazed roof, original tiled flooring and new front door, with stain glass transom window. The main entrance is through another glazed door and is large and welcoming with stripped floorboards and large storage cupboard under the stairs. The first of the four reception rooms is a spacious living room with attractive cast iron gas fireplace with wooden mantle piece, picture rails, cornicing and bay window. The second room to your left is currently used as an office and has two large fitted cupboards and a modern gas fireplace. The other two reception rooms and kitchen are all linked to make a generous and versatile open plan living space. The first is a living room with bi-folding doors onto the garden, stripped wooden flooring and a wood burner. Connected through stain glass double doors is the dining room which is spacious and links through to the kitchen. The kitchen is beautifully appointment with solid granite work surfaces, a wide range of base and wall units, range cooker with extractor above and a separate utility room. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, plenty of storage, a separate WC and door to the garden. On the first floor there are four well-proportioned double bedrooms, three of which have in-built storage cupboards as well as attractive original cast iron fireplaces and mantlepieces. The fireplace in the master bedroom is particularly attractive. The family bathroom is large with tiled walls, travertine flooring, large bath, separate shower, sink and WC. The loft has been extended into a very large fifth bedroom which is flooded with light thought the tri-aspect windows and has an en suite bathroom with bath, sink and WC. Externally, the property has a lovely sunny south west facing garden which has been recently landscaped with a large level lawned area and attractive Indian slate patio. To the front there is parking for two cars and the unusual but useful addition of a large basement storage area accessed from the front of the house. The Dolphin School 365m approx St Barnabas Church Of England Primary School 672m approx Sefton Park Infant & Junior Schools 750m approx Colston's Girls' School 291m approx Redland Green School 981m approx
Location Situated in the popular area of St Andrews, the property is within close proximity to Gloucester Road where there are traditional high street shops such as a greengrocers, butchers, bakers, cafés and restaurants. Montpelier station is also just a short walk away. North West Bristol offers golf courses, health and leisure clubs as well as a combination of both state and independent primary and secondary schools. This area also offers excellent links to the motorway network and is very close to the popular St Andrews Park.
Directions From the Maggs & Allen office on Northumbria Drive continue onto Linden Road which turns into Cranbrook Road. At the traffic lights turn left onto Zetland Road and immediately right onto Cheltenham Road. Turn left onto Cromwell Road, then left onto Belmont Road. Turn right onto Belvoir Road and the take a left onto Effingham Road. Turn right onto Chesterfield Road. Number 13 will be on the right.
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