This attractive 1930s semi detached house in Stoke Bishop has been extended to create 4 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, kitchen plus utility room, integrated garage and a large southerly back garden. Entering through the original front door with attractive stain glass, there is a spacious and welcoming entrance hall with stripped wooden floorboards, and useful under stairs storage cupboard. The first reception is to your right and is a well-proportioned room with round bay window and art nouveau feature fireplace with pretty tiling and carved wooden mantle. The second reception is a large open plan living/diner with open fire with cast iron grate, and large sliding glass doors, making this room very bright. The kitchen has cream fitted units, built in oven and grill, gas hob and extractor. There is a separate utility room with plumbing for a washer and dryer, doors to the rear garden and integrated garage, and a separate WC. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master is to the rear of the house and is a generous room with stripped wooden flooring, large window overlooking the rear garden and fitted shelving. The second bedroom is at the front and has the benefit of the bay window and a large built in cupboard/wardrobe, and the third is a single/study with fitted cupboards. The bathroom is spacious with roll top bath, separate shower, double sinks, WC and heated towel rail. The loft has been extended to house the 4th bedroom as well as a storage cupboard. Externally the South East facing garden is circa 80 foot and mostly laid to lawn with a decked area, perfect for al fresco dining, a wooden pergola at the bottom and a number of mature trees and shrubs. To the front of the house there is a small well-maintained front lawn and a driveway. There is a single integrated garage with direct access into the house through the utility room. Stoke Bishop Church Of England Primary School approx 370m
Location Stoke Bishop is a popular location within close proximity to The Downs and Stoke Lodge playing fields as well as Blaise Castle and Westbury Village. There are local shops as well as restaurants, pubs and a Waitrose in nearby Henleaze. The property is situated within easy walking distance to Sea Mills train station linking to Clifton Down and Bristol Temple Meads. There is also good access to both the City Centre, Cribbs Causeway and the M4/M5 motorway networks.
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. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Shirehampton Road. Turn left onto Sea Mills Lane. Turn left onto Avon Way. Turn right onto Branscombe Road. Number 9 will be on the left.
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