Located at the top of the premier and much sought after Grove Road on a spacious corner plot, this 4-bedroom detached 1930s family house is available to the market for the first time in almost 50 years. Further benefits include spacious accommodation, a south facing garden, detached garage with separate workshop. The front porch opens into a very large reception hallway with picture rails, under stairs cupboard and room for seating. The first reception is to your left and is a bright room with bay window to the front, gas fireplace with stone surround and double doors to the rear patio. Unusually this property has a cellar reached from the living room which was built as a bomb shelter. Reached from either the reception room or the main hall, the kitchen/breakfast room is bright and versatile. The kitchen has white fitted units and plenty of counter space, an oven, gas hob, washing machine, sink overlooking the side garden and large larder which has plenty of storage. This room is open to the breakfast room which has views looking out over to the rear garden and Bristol beyond. The largest of the reception rooms is at the back of the house as is currently used at the dining room, this spacious room has windows on three sides, making it light and airy. The dining room has direct access to the rear garden and to the side garden through a short corridor which also provides access to the downstairs WC and two storage cupboards. On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms, a family bathroom, separate WC and an airing and linen cupboard. The room currently used as the master is dual aspect and generous in size with large fitted wardrobes. There are two other double bedrooms, both with fitted storage and one with an en-suite shower room. The fourth bedroom is a generous single and benefits from stripped wooden floorboards. The property has a large double garage accessed from Southwood Avenue. Underneath the garage is a large workshop which could be converted or used for many different purposes. The private gardens extend around three sides of the property but the main rear garden is South facing and has breath-taking views out over Bristol. The garden is landscaped and has a large central lawned area, a raised paved patio, mature trees and border planting and a small pond. There is also a small Wendy house/shed at the bottom of the garden.
Location Coombe Dingle is a much sought after semi-rural location, nestled on the edge of the Blaise Castle Estate and its substantial grounds. The property offers convenient access to local shops on Shirehampton Road and the amenities of Henleaze and Westbury-on-Trym, as well as sitting within close proximity to neighbouring Stoke Bishop. Bus services and a local railway station allow easy access to the nearby city centre, and M4/M5 motorways are both within easy reach.
Directions From the Maggs & Allen office on Northumbria Drive, turn right onto North View. At White Tree roundabout, take the second exit onto Parrys Lane. Turn right onto Coombe Lane. Turn left onto Dingle Road. Turn right onto Westbury Lane and then right onto Grove Avenue. Turn left onto Grove Road. Number 57 will be on the right.
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