A spacious 1930s 4-bedroom detached house in Stoke Bishop with large enclosed garden, double garage, driveway and huge potential to extend (subject to planning permission.) Entering through the entrance hall you are greeted with a spacious hallway featuring the original panelling and home to the downstairs W.C and useful under stair storage cupboard. The first reception room is on your right and is a generous sized room with a large bay window, stripped floorboards and gas fireplace. The second reception room also benefits from the original panelling and large bay window. The kitchen is equipped with fitted units, gas hob, oven/grill, breakfast bar and a hatch serving the dining room. The utility room homes the boiler and features rear access to the garden. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the family bathroom and separate W.C. The master to the front of the house is generous sized with large bay window and large fitted wardrobes. The second bedroom also to the front of the property is a large double bedroom with large bay window and fitted wardrobes. The third bedroom to the front of the house is a single/study. The fourth bedroom to the rear at the property is again a good-sized double bedroom benefitting from fitted wardrobes/cupboard and a sink in the bedroom. The modern family bathroom is tiled, fitted with a large sink with under storage, shower over bath and heated towel rail. There is also a separate W.C next to the bathroom and ample storage cupboard opposite. Externally you have the large enclosed garden to the side of the property being a corner plot the garden is perfect for catching the sun and is mainly laid to lawn with surrounding hedgerow, mature trees and an extensive variety of established plants, double garage and large driveway with a beautifully presented front garden. Stoke Bishop Church Of England Primary School approx 239m Sea Mills Primary School approx 469m
Location Druid Stoke Avenue is a popular road situated in Stoke Bishop. The Downs and Stoke Lodge playing fields are nearby as well as Kingsweston Estate and Coombe Dingle, both ideal for walks. There are local shops as well as restaurants, pubs and a Waitrose in nearby Henleaze as well as good transport links to the city centre and 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 first exit onto Druid Hill. Turn right onto Druid Stoke Avenue. Number 102 will be on the right.
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