Incredibly rare to market, this house on Hill Burn is an outstanding example of a 1930s detached house in the heart of Henleaze. The property features four well-proportioned bedrooms, two large reception rooms, kitchen, large gardens, parking and a garage with the opportunity to modernise to your own taste. Entering through the porch the main hall is spacious and welcoming with traditional wood panelled walls. The first reception room is to your right and is large with panelled ceilings, bay window and fireplace. The second reception is at the back of the house and has large box bay window flooding the room with light and giving access to the garden. The property has its original kitchen and scullery layout with gas fired Aga, two walk-in larders and door to the side garden. Finally, there is a downstairs WC and under stairs storage. On the first floor there is a large open landing providing access to the rooms, loft and an airing cupboard. The master bedroom is at the front of the house and is exceptionally large with bay window, built in cupboards and separate store room which could be a walk-in wardrobe or possibly converted into an ensuite (subject to consents). There are two further well-proportioned double bedrooms, one of which has plumbing and potential to add an en-suite and a single currently used as a study. There is a bathroom with bath, sink, plumbed in shower, heated towel rail and a separate WC. Externally there are gardens front and back, with the much loved landscaped rear garden mostly laid to lawn with mature border planting. There is a greenhouse, brick built shed and secure access from both sides of the house. There is a single integrated garage and off-street parking in front. Henleaze Infant School 516m approx Henleaze Junior School 594m approx Horfield Church Of England Primary School 731m approx Bristol Free School 1.6km approx
Location Henleaze is a highly desirable and sought after area close to the wide range of amenities on Henleaze Road and Westbury on Trym village. There are coffee shops, a Waitrose supermarket and a cinema, as well as a local butchers and fishmongers. Within proximity are a host of schools both primary and secondary, state and independent. There are good public transport links to the city centre and Cribbs Causeway as well as easy access to the M4/M5 motorway networks.
Directions From the Maggs & Allen office on Northumbria Drive, turn left onto Howard Road. Continue onto Park Grove and take a slight right onto Hill View. Turn right onto The Crescent and then take a left onto Hill Burn. Number 2 will be on the right.
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