In fantastic condition throughout, this attractive 1930s three-bedroom detached house boasts large open plan reception room, kitchen plus utility, three bedrooms, bathroom plus additional downstairs WC and the rare commodity of both a studio space and office at the end of the garden. Firstly, you are greeted by an attractive front garden with mature trees and a beautiful wisteria over the front porch. As you enter the house, there is a wide entrance hall with new carpeting, under stairs storage and a downstairs WC. The main reception room is to your left and is a generous room spanning the whole length of the house. This room also has brand new carpeting, and is sectioned currently as a living room and a dining room. The front section has a deep bay window with new double glazing (which has been replaced throughout the house), a brand new and highly efficient modern log burner with attractive mantle and picture rails. The back section of the room also has an attractive cast iron feature fireplace and mantle and sliding glass doors to the back garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted base and wall units and integrated appliances such as sink, dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob and extractor fan. There is a separate utility room with plumbing for washing machine and dryer, a sink, a top of the range Valliant boiler (which was replaced only a few months ago with extended guarantee) and door to garden. On the first floor, the master bedroom is at the front of the house and is a bright room due to the deep bay window. The second large double looks over the back garden, and the third bedroom, currently used as a study would be an ample single bedroom. All three are in stunning decorative order. The bathroom has a bath with shower over, sink, heated towel rail and separate WC. In addition to this accommodation, the garage has been converted into a wonderfully bright fully insulated studio, with bi-folding doors to the front, velux windows and door to the back. There is also a detached office at the bottom of the garden, which is also fully insulated with power and full fibre internet connection to the premises. The landscaped rear garden is very attractive and filled with colour even late into these autumn months. There is a central lawn, mature border planting, a number of small trees, and a raised patio area reached from the sliding doors in the dining room. To the front there is the aforementioned front garden, but also off-street parking. Stoke Bishop Church of England Primary School approx 0.61km Elmlea Infant School approx 0.86km Elmlea Junior School approx 0.89km
Location Kewstoke Road is situated in the popular area of 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 including restaurants, pubs and a Waitrose in nearby Henleaze. There are good transport links to the city centre and easy access to 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. Turn left onto Reedley Road and continue onto Kewstoke Road. Number 11 will be on the right.
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