A rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented 1920's 5-bedroom semi-detached house, approx. 0.29km from Redland Green School and because of its elevated position, provides the most spectacular views across Bristol. The property boasts the aforementioned five bedrooms, modern open plan kitchen diner with garden terrace, 75ft rear garden, off-street parking, garage plus an undercroft that offers tremendous potential.
Property Details -
Upon entering the property, you are greeted by a spacious hallway with wooden flooring throughout. There is a reception room at the front of the property which has a large bay window, with stained glass above, providing plenty of natural light and a fireplace. There is a modern open plan kitchen diner including an island which overlooks the rear garden and has wonderful views of Bristol. There is a door from the kitchen leading to the terrace, which is the perfect area for entertaining guests on a sunny evening.
As you go upstairs, there is a large beautiful original stained-glass window, making the landing bright. There are three bedrooms on the first floor, the master bedroom is located at the rear of the property and overlooks the garden and has inbuilt storage. The second bedroom is a large double at the front of the property with a bay window and a well-proportioned third bedroom. There is a modern family sized bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, sink and a separate W.C. On the second floor there are two more bedrooms and plenty of eave storage.
The terrace has steps leading down to the large (approx. 75 ft) low maintenance rear garden which is mostly laid to lawn and is surrounded by woodland. Further benefits include the undercroft, which has power and is incredibly useful for extra storage, and garage (with power) which can be accessed via the kitchen.
Redland exudes historic charm with its Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Green spaces like Cotham Gardens and Redland Green provide peace and quiet, while independent shops and cafés offer a unique local experience. Chandos Road is famous for its array of highly regarded eateries, including Snobby’s and the Michelin Star Wilson’s.
Cultural richness thrives with art galleries and theatres, complemented by the youthful energy of the University of Bristol – meaning it is also an academic hub within the city.
Redland's strategic location ensures easy transportation access, making it a gateway to explore Bristol and beyond. Diverse dining options, family-friendly amenities, and a blend of history and modernity make Redland a special destination within Bristol's vibrant tapestry.