A lovely 1930s three bedroom, detached family house situated at the end of a cul-de-sac in the much sought after area of Stoke Bishop. The property sits on a generous plot with a 100 x 40 ft lawned garden to the rear and to the front is a drive for several cars that leads to the garage. You enter through a porch into a bright wide hallway. On the left is the front room which is a good size and has a full width bay window and an ornate fireplace. Next to this is another living room which boasts floor to ceiling windows with French doors that open onto the garden. The kitchen/diner is at the rear of the house. It has wooden work surfaces on two sides, tiled flooring and a seating area. You can also access the garden through here. Upstairs, past a tall stain glass window, you will find a large bathroom and three good size bedrooms. The bathroom has windows on two sides, a shower over bath and w.c. The bedroom at the back of the house overlooks the garden and is a good size double, with a large window. The master bedroom is the largest and is at the front of the house and has a full width bay window and plenty of room for storage. The third bedroom has a bay window and room for a double bed. The garden is a great size at 100x40 ft. There is a patio area to the side of the house and there is access to the front of the house via a side gate. There is also a garage and off-street parking with enough room for a few cars. Stoke Bishop Church of England Primary School approx 0.57km Sea Mills Primary School approx 0.63km Bristol Free School approx 3.33km
Newcombe Drive is a popular cul de sac situated in the leafy suburb of Stoke Bishop and is within close proximity to both Durdham Downs and the Old Sneed Park Nature Reserve. Within walking distance are an independent wine merchant and craft ale producer, independent greengrocer, family run Indian and Italian restaurants and three convenience stores. In nearby Henleaze there is a Waitrose as well as health and leisure clubs in Westbury on Trym.
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 next roundabout, take the first exit onto Druid Hill. Turn right onto Old Sneed Avenue. Continue straight onto Avon Way. Turn left onto Roman Way and then turn left onto Newcombe Drive. Number 3 will be near the top on the on the left.
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