39, Lake Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS10 5HY

Asking Price £550,000 - Sold Subject to Contract

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  • Classic 1930's semi-detached property
  • Stunning south-facing garden backing onto Henleaze Lake
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Garage
  • Driveway for two cars
  • Potential to extend and convert loft
  • No onward chain
  • Original features throughout


A classic 1930's property retaining many of its original features, with tremendous potential to extend, boasting a large (21 metre) rear garden, which backs onto Henleaze Lake, a detached garage and three bedrooms. Offered with no onward chain.

Property Details -

Entering in through an original front door into a welcoming hallway with plentiful natural light you will find two reception rooms; a bay-fronted lounge to the front of the property and to the rear a dining room that offers direct access to the rear garden through patio doors. Both reception rooms boast many of the original features including period fireplace and surrounds. A galley kitchen with direct access to the garden and under-stairs storage complete the ground floor of the property.

Ascending to the first floor you will find three bedrooms and the three-piece family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms are comfortable doubles, whilst the third is a single room overlooking the garden.

The external space is a highlight, featuring a splendid garden that extends to Henleaze Swimming Lake, adorned with mature shrubs and trees. Additionally, the property includes a garage, a private front garden, and driveway parking for two cars. Notably, there is potential for significant expansion (subject to approval), a transformation undertaken by neighbouring properties, making it an ideal prospect for creating an exceptional family home.

This property is available with no onward chain.

Location -

Westbury-on-Trym is a village on the outskirts of Bristol city centre dating back over a 1000 years. Named after the River Trym running through it with a strong community feel, centred around The Holy Trinity Church. At the heart of the village is a war memorial where the three main shopping streets converge. The village boasts a good selection of local independent shops as well as cafes, banks, restaurants and family friendly pubs.

Henleaze, situated nearby, is a highly desirable and sought-after location close to the wide range of amenities on Henleaze High Street. There are a range of independent shops, a public library, post office, local cinema and a Waitrose supermarket. There are also a range of medical services including opticians, GP practice and dentists all withing walking distance of the high street. Nearby is the green open space of Durdham Downs which is a vast area of protected parkland. There are also a children’s play areas on Fallodon Way, Old Quarry Park and Henleaze Lake for open water swimming. Henleaze is well-served with schools in the area both primary and secondary, state and independent. There are also good public transport links to the City Centre & Temple Meads train station.

Schools -

Westbury-On-Trym Church of England Academy: 0.38 miles
Badocks Wood E-ACT Academy: 0.41 miles
Redmaids' High School: 0.42 miles
Bristol Free School: 0.61 miles
Henleaze Junior School: 0.67 miles

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