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October Lane, Horfield £695,000An unexpected period gem - steeped in history, this early 17th century (dating from circa 1630) grade II listed detached farmhouse offers generously proportioned and charming accommodation (approx. 2,633 sq.ft.) and benefits from good gardens, parking and garaging.
Thought to be the oldest surviving building in Horfield (after the Parish Church) and said to have been used as a hiding place by royalist soldiers during the English Civil War.
Set back from the hustle and bustle and surrounded by green open space it is as if you have stepped back in time - it is very much unique and a rare find.
Spacious rooms throughout including two reception rooms and a large kitchen/breakfast room with aga and four double bedrooms. Externally, there is a large level lawned rear garden and driveway to the side which leads to a double garage with workshop to the rear....
Churchways Crescent, Horfield £585,000An exceptionally spacious and tastefully renovated 3 double bedroom Victorian family home situated on a peaceful and sought after crescent. Further benefitting from a sociable 22'11 x 9'10 kitchen/breakfast room leading out onto a 38ft x 18ft sunny rear garden.
Impressive room proportions throughout with further expansion potential into the loft if required (and subject to any necessary consents).
Situated on a peaceful backwater yet offering the convenience of being within just a short stroll of the independent shops, restaurants and amenities of Gloucester Road. The green open spaces of Horfield Common are nearby as are bus connections to central Bristol, Temple Meads station and Bristol Parkway.
Ground Floor: entrance vestibule with lovely original stained glass door leading through into an impressive entrance hallway with exposed stripped perio...