*Please be advised that this property is going to best and final offers, Friday 22nd November at 16:00. For instructions on how to offer, please contact Maggs & Allen * Sold for the first time in over 50 years, this attractive 1930s semi-detached house boasts 3 bedrooms, 2 receptions plus kitchen/diner with separate utility, 2 bathrooms and a large southwest facing garden. On the corner of this quiet cul-de-sac this house offers a great deal of potential to extend into the loft, side or rear (subject to planning permission). Entering into a hallway with original wooden floor and under stairs cupboard, the first reception room is to your right. This reception benefits from a round bay window, fireplace and fitted storage. The second reception also has a bay window and an open fireplace and overlooks the attractive rear garden. The kitchen/diner is spacious, with fitted solid wood kitchen wall and base units. There is room for a large dining table, with views and access to the garden via a large sliding glass door. The garage has been converted into a very useful and large utility room off the kitchen which could also be used for other purposes (eg, office, playroom) with useful boarded loft storage above. There is also a separate downstairs shower room. On the first floor there are 2 spacious double bedrooms, both with lots of fitted cupboards and features such as picture rails and the master having stain glass panels in the bay windows. The third bedroom is a well-proportioned single with fitted cupboards and attractive corner window. The bathroom has sink, WC and small corner bath. Finally, there is a large airing cupboard above the stairs, which could be converted to provide access to the large loft and/or the side of the property, should the buyer wish to extend (Both subject to planning). The much-loved back garden is southwest facing, large due to the corner plot and landscaped. There is a large paved patio area (with retractable awning above), lawn and range of mature shrubs and trees which provide a great deal of privacy. To the front the garden is paved to provide off-street parking, with the option of creating further parking (subject to consents). Horfield Church of England Primary School approx 0.37km Henleaze Infant School approx 0.89km Henleaze Junior School approx 0.96km Bristol Free School approx 1.6km
Location Audrey Walk is in walking distance of a popular pub and local shops. Henleaze itself is a highly desirable and sought after area with a wide range of amenities on Henleaze Road and Westbury on Trym village, both approximately 5 minutes by car. There are coffee shops, public houses, a Waitrose supermarket and a cinema, a local butchers and fishmongers. There are also good transport links to Bristol City Centre and the M4/M5 motorway networks, as well as the regional shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway (all approximately 10 minutes by car).
Directions From the Maggs & Allen office on Northumbria Drive. At the roundabout, continue straight onto Henleaze Road. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Southmead Road. At the third roundabout, take the second exit onto Wellington Hill West. Turn right onto Audrey Walk. Number 8 will be on the right.
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