Weston Crescent, Horfield, Bristol

Guide price £550,000 - Sold Subject to Contract

  • A substantial semi-detached family house
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Open plan kitchen/diner
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • Garage
  • Enclosed rear garden

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Property Details

A stylish and spacious three bedroom semi-detached house with two reception rooms plus a modern open plan kitchen/diner, garage and off street parking for two cars, located less than 100m from Horfield Common. This house also has the benefit of plans to convert the loft into a large master suite with dressing room and ensuite bathroom. The front reception room decorated in a stylish dark blue and boasts a bay window, stripped wooden flooring, cornicing, picture rails and an attractive cast iron fireplace. The second reception is currently used as a play room and also has an attractive fireplace and looks out over the rear garden. The extended open plan kitchen/diner benefits from bi-folding doors leading out to the back garden and is flooded with light through velux and wall to ceiling windows. The kitchen is fully fitted and has a range of base and wall units providing for lots of storage and counter space, inbuilt dishwasher, fridge/freezer and oven with extractor. There is a downstairs WC reached from the entrance hall as well as an under stairs storage cupboard. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and the family bathroom all reached off a spacious landing. There are two equally sized large bedrooms, the front having the benefit of the bay window. The third bedroom is also a double and has an inbuilt storage cupboard and an original tiled fireplace. The bathroom is modern with tiled grey walls and floors, bath with shower over, WC and sink. There is loft access from the landing. The aforementioned plans to convert the loft can be made available upon request. Externally the garden is landscaped with a decking area abutting the kitchen and a paved patio alongside. There is a central lawned area and mature border planting. At the rear of the garden there is a bomb shelter which is used as storage and a bespoke hand built climbing frame. Ashley Down Primary School 645m approx Horfield Church Of England Primary School 709m approx

Location

Horfield is a suburb of the city of Bristol, it lies on Bristol's northern edge, its border with Bishopston and Filton marking part of the boundary between Bristol and South Gloucestershire. The Gloucester Road (A38) runs north/south through the suburb. One of the best known features of Horfield is its Common, on either side of the top part of Kellaway Avenue and stretching up to where Gloucester Road becomes Filton Road.

Directions

From our office in Henleaze proceed along Linden Road and turn left at the Coldharbour Road traffic lights. Proceed along Coldharbour and on to Kellaway then turn right at the second set of traffic lights onto Wellington Hill and first left onto Weston Crescent. No. 16 can be found on the left hand side.

Room Sizes

Kitchen/Diner 5.7m x 4.0m (18'7 x 13'3) Dining Room 4.4m x 3.3m (14'5 x 10'10) Living Room 4.2m x 3.3m (13'8 x 10'10) Bedroom One 4.4m x 3.3m (14'5 x 10'10) Bedroom Two 4.2m x 3.3m (13'8 x 10'10) Bedroom Three 3.5m x 3.2m (11'4 x 10'6)

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