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St Matthews Road, Kingsdown Guide price £1,250,000GUIDE PRICE RANGE: £1,250,000 - £1,400,000.
A once in a generation opportunity to acquire one of Kingsdown's grade II listed hidden Georgian gems.
An intriguing 5/6 bedroom, 3/4 reception room, 2-storey period family residence discreetly situated in the historic district of Kingsdown. This magnificent house enjoys a beautiful and large level lawned garden with sunny orientation.
Originally dating back to the 1740's with later Georgian additions, this landmark Bristol home enjoys an abundance of original character and features.
This hidden gem enjoys a convenient position on the doorstep of so much and yet tucked away as if on a separate plain to the rest of the life around it. The house is close to Bristol University, BRI/main hospital complex, BBC and the local shopping facilities on High Kingsdown, Cotham Hill, Gloucester Road ...
Chesterfield Road, St Andrews Guide price £895,000A well-presented handsome and spacious semi-detached Victorian period family house in a popular position close to St Andrews Park with 5 bedrooms, 3/4 reception rooms, off street parking and a lovely south west facing garden.
An excellent blend of period proportions and a contemporary style to this delightful family home.
Favoured location near to St Andrews Park and the excellent array of shops and amenities on Gloucester Road and with easy access to the city centre/Whiteladies Road/the Downs.
Ground Floor: reception hall, sitting room, study, family room, dining/breakfast room, kitchen, utility, cloakroom/wc.
First Floor: landing, bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bedroom 4 and family bathroom/wc.
Second Floor: landing, bedroom 5 with en suite shower/wc; Walk in storage room/playroom for little ones.
Outside: front garden ...
Kingsdown Parade, Kingsdown Guide price £825,000Enjoying a grandstand position with sweeping panoramic skyline vistas across the city; a beautiful 4 double bedroom (circa 2,500 sq. ft.) grade II listed Georgian period family home in Kingsdown, having well stocked 85ft sunny rear garden.
An elegant and cleverly designed family home, originally dating from the late 18th century, having therefore an abundance of period features which are blended seamlessly with many quality modern additions.
The property occupies the bottom 4/5ths of this delightful building, having been divided in the 1970s when the original house was converted into two separate properties. A large lateral apartment now spans the top floors of 12 and 12a Kingsdown Parade. For all intents and purposes the property feels like a house once inside.
Situated on Kingsdown Parade, a highly regarded Georgian street situated high up in Kin...
Kingsdown Parade,Kingsdown Guide price £699,000An exciting opportunity to renovate and restore this elegant and well-proportioned three storey grade II listed period home. Situated in a convenient and historic area of the city and further benefiting from a 50ft x 23ft south easterly facing level rear garden.
Situated high up in Kingsdown, a charming and incredibly central residential area within easy reach of the city centre, Whiteladies Road/Clifton Triangle and all central areas. Also within just 500 metres of Cotham, Cotham Hill/Whiteladies Road, with shops, restaurants and bus connections.
Ground Floor: impressive entrance hallway with period staircase rising to first floor landing and descending to the lower ground floor, wonderful connected reception rooms with period dividing doors. Separate study.
First Floor: landing, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom/wc.
Lower Ground Floor: landing...
October Lane, Horfield Guide price £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....
Kingsdown Parade, Kingsdown Guide price £695,000A rare find - a 4 bedroom modern detached townhouse in the heart of Kingsdown, full of light and with the benefit of a generous single garage.
Set high up in Kingsdown with far reaching, panoramic views over Bristol and to Lansdown hills in the distance.
Kingsdown is a popular, central district with a strong community feel centring around a number of local pubs and offers very convenient access to Gloucester Road, Whiteladies Road and the city centre. Both academic and medical districts are close by.
The house offers bright and flexible accommodation over 3 storeys.
On the ground floor there is a large, open plan kitchen/living area with doors opening directly onto the neat, landscaped rear garden. Access also to the handy front courtyard.
The first floor has 2 bedrooms, wc and an office/nursery. One of the bedrooms could be adapt...
Dongola Avenue, Bishopston Guide price £625,000INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - A substantial 8 bedroom residential rental investment which is already let for the 2019/20 academic year and producing £43,680 p.a., a healthy 6.98% gross return at the guide price.
Prime location within yards of the independent shops and restaurants of Gloucester Road, as well as transport links to the city centre and UWE.
A high yielding investment property in a prime location making a wonderful addition to any property portfolio.
Seymour Road, Bishopston Guide price £539,950Offering lots of potential, a 4 bedroom, 2 reception late Victorian period semi-detached house with the benefit of a generous kitchen/dining room with a westerly facing rear courtyard.
The house offers generous accommodation, with slightly wider proportions, and offers the chance to improve and possibly loft convert/reconfigure in the fullness of time.
Set in a highly favoured location a few hundred metres from Gloucester Road with a range of cafes, bars, restaurants and essential services - post office and supermarket - all within easy walking distance.
0.4 miles to both Brunel Field and Ashley Down Primary Schools.
Ground Floor: entrance vestibule, entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs wc/shower room.
First Floor: landing, bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bedroom 4, bathroom/wc
Cobourg Road, Montpelier Guide price £535,000A bright, characterful and stylishly presented 3 bedroom early Victorian (circa 1852) terraced family home, set back from this popular road with high hedge border and further benefitting from two joined reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, useful cellar rooms and good sized tiered rear garden.
Set in the vibrant heart of Montpelier close to Picton Street/Cheltenham and Gloucester Road with a wide range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants on the doorstep. Good transport links - within a few hundred yards of a rail link to Clifton, Redland and Bristol Temple Meads and a useful bus network on Cheltenham Road.
Attractively presented throughout, the house enjoys the benefit of having an abundance of period features including multi-paned sash windows, exposed wooden floorboards, period fireplaces and ornate moulded plasterwork.
Ground Floor: entr...
Cheltenham Road, Cotham £500,000GUIDE PRICE RANGE: £500,000 - £550,000
Set amongst the hustle and bustle of Cheltenham Road and close to Picton Street, Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road is this spacious and rather grand 3 double bedroom, 2 reception semi-detached house.
The accommodation is very bright, full of period charm and character - but is dated in condition and with scope to improve in the fullness of time.
Set in a favourable central location which is close to a range of bars, restaurants, cafes and independent shops on Cheltenham Road/Gloucester Road, Stokes Croft and Picton Street. Montpelier train stop is close by and even Cabot Circus is within 1km.
Ground Floor: entrance vestibule, entrance hall, dining room, living room, rear vestibule, kitchen, utility, cellar.
First Floor: landing, bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bathroom/wc....
Sydenham Road, Cotham £425,000PRICE GUIDE RANGE: £425,000 - £445,000.
A very spacious (over 1,300 sq. ft) 4 bedroom, 2 reception, hall and first floor maisonette set in a fine early Victorian period building.
A civilised apartment with a private entrance and a spacious hall, stairs and landing more akin to the feel of a house. Bright receptions with high ceilings and large sash windows.
Set in a very popular and central location close to so much - 500 metres to both Cheltenham and Gloucester Road whilst very convenient for the city centre and academic and medical districts of Bristol.
Lots of period character and charm and the flat offers the chance to improve to individual styles/standards in the fullness of time.
Hall Floor: private entrance, vestibule, entrance hall, dining room, kitchen, sitting room.
First Floor: landing, bedroom 1, bedroo...
Kingsdown Parade, Kingsdown Guide price £375,000Enjoying grandstand views; a spacious (circa 1000 sq. ft) maisonette apartment offering 3 bedroom accommodation with semi open-plan kitchen/dining/living room, situated along a much sought after row in the historic Kingsdown quarter. In need of modernisation.
Second floor: bedroom 1 with en-suite, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bathroom.
Top floor: open-plan kitchen/dining/living space.
Outside: front balcony with wow views.
Kingsdown Residents Parking Zone.
A fantastic opportunity to modernise this spectacular maisonette.
To be sold with no onward chain.
Victoria Walk, Cotham Guide price £310,000A superbly balanced 2 double bedroom top floor flat with high ceilings, period features, panoramic views over Bristol and windows on three sides.
Offered with no onward chain making a prompt move possible.
Located on the upper slopes of Cotham within easy reach of Whiteladies Road, Cheltenham Road/Gloucester Road and the city centre, also handy for Redland train station and the local Cotham Gardens Park.
Accommodation: communal entrance leads to spacious communal hallway with staircase rising up to the top floor, central hallway with storage cupboard, two equal sized double bedrooms, bathroom, sitting room open plan with adjacent kitchen.
A superb apartment notable for its quiet location, equal sized double bedrooms and stunning panoramic views over the city.
Wood framed double glazed sash windows throughout.