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0117 946 6690

  • A charming, civilised & rather sophisticated early Victorian semi-detached town house
  • 4 double bedrooms (master with en-suite and dressing room)
  • Charming drawing room & impressive 33ft kitchen/dining/reception and entertaining space
  • Pretty front town garden

Set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac yet in the very heart of historic Kingsdown is this charming, civilised and rather sophisticated four storey early Victorian period semi-detached town house offering 4 double bedrooms (master with en-suite and dressing room), charming drawing room and particularly impressive 33ft x 12ft kitchen/dining/reception and entertaining space and pretty front town garden.

Renovated to an exceptionally high standard with an eye for charm, detail and character, a lovely palette of colours, exposed wood flooring, original fireplaces, large sash windows and so on.

Loads of valuable extras including scullery/utility off of the kitchen, additional storage on the ground floor perfect for bikes etc.

Set in such a convenient location yet discreetly set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. The area has so much to offer with local shops, bars and small supermarket around the corner, close to Bristol University, the BRI and St Michaels Hospital, Whiteladies Road, Gloucester Road, city centre and central commercial districts. Excellent schools - St Peter & Pauls RC Catholic and St Michael on the Mount Primary Schools, Cotham School and Bristol Grammar School all within 0.5 miles.

Ground Floor: entrance vestibule, entrance hallway, drawing room, master bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite shower room/wc.

Lower Ground Floor: kitchen/dining room, scullery/utility room, storage room, shower room/wc.
,br/>First Floor: landing, bedroom 2, bathroom/wc.

Second Floor: landing, bedroom 3, bedroom 4.

Outside: pretty front town garden, small rear patio area outside of the kitchen.

A fine and classic early Victorian town house renovated and presented to an exceptional standard.


via pathway through front garden to main front entrance door with semi-circular fanlight over and etched number.

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE: (overall inclusive of entrance hall 18' 6'' x 4' 9'') (5.63m x 1.45m)
exposed wooden flooring, stripped wooden inner door with part stained glass and panels above and to the side opening into:-

continuation of wooden flooring, an abundance of natural light with double glazed attractive skylight with ornamental wooden support, radiator, partially stained glass door opening out into:-

DRAWING ROOM: (overall inclusive of stairwell 21' 6'' x 12' 5'' into chimney recess) (6.55m x 3.78m)
stairs leading down to the kitchen/dining room, continuation of exposed wooden flooring, handsome period staircase with handrail and balustrade rising to the first floor, door opening through to master bedroom, ceiling mouldings, central picture rose, a lovely gently arched sash window to the front elevation complete with working shutters, deep architrave and panelled surround, an impressive cast iron open fireplace with marble surround & mantle and slate hearth, dado rail, two radiators.

MASTER BEDROOM/RECEPTION 2: (11' 9'' x 11' 7'' into chimney recess) (3.58m x 3.53m)
a very charming room with ornate ceiling cornice and ceiling rose, large sash window to the rear elevation complete with working shutters, exposed wooden flooring, radiator, opening through into:-

Dressing Room: (10' 3'' x 4' 5'') (3.12m x 1.35m)
radiator, doorway into:-

En-Suite Shower/WC: (9' 5'' x 3' 7'' widening to 6'0) (2.87m x 1.09m/1.83m)
a very well presented modern white suite comprising low level wc, wall mounted wash hand basin with storage unit underneath, large shower cubicle with overhead shower and separate handheld shower fitment, extractor fan, stained glass window to the side elevation, tiled floor and partially tiled walls.


KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: (overall inclusive of stairwell 33' 9'' x 12' 0'') (10.28m x 3.65m)
measured and described separately as follows:-

Kitchen: (12' 0'' into chimney recess x 11' 4'') (3.65m x 3.45m)
a very attractive timber kitchen with brass handles, 4 ring gas hob, discreetly located waist level Neff double oven, large double ceramic sink unit with tiled draining area, generous kitchen island, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for low level fridge, recessed spotlights, large sash window to the rear elevation, partially tiled walls, two radiators, engineered oak flooring, period double doors lead into:-

Scullery/Utility Room: (13' 1'' x 4' 8'') (3.98m x 1.42m)
space for tall fridge/freezer, large ceramic sink with storage beneath, wooden working surface, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, wall mounted gas boiler with large hot water tank and pressurised cistern, radiator, partially glazed door onto the rear elevation to small patio area immediately outside the kitchen window, gas meter.

Dining Area: (21' 6'' into window recess x 12' 3'' into chimney recess) (6.55m x 3.73m)
a very lovely large social room with space for a big table, fitted shelving and storage to either side of the chimney breast with a very handsome and rustic wood burning stove, continuation of the engineered oak wooden flooring, useful understairs storage cupboard, recessed spotlights, art deco style glazed door to the front elevation opening into the front courtyard which has flagstone floor and small storage vault underneath the front garden.

STORAGE ROOM: (18' 2'' x 4' 9'') (5.53m x 1.45m)
electricity meter, door to wine cellar, fitted storage, space for wine cooler etc, paved floor, door into:-

SHOWER ROOM: (6' 7'' x 4' 9'' overall inclusive of shower cubicle) (2.01m x 1.45m)
low level wc, a very cool reclining wash hand basin, tiled floor, recessed spotlights, large shower cubicle with overhead shower, extractor fan, mosaic tiled floor and walls in an aquamarine colour.


window to the side elevation on the half landing, stairs rise to the top floor, doors to bedroom 2 and bathroom/wc.

BEDROOM 2: (14' 3'' x 12' 5'' into chimney recess) (4.34m x 3.78m)
a lovely civilised bedroom which could easily become the master with large sash window to the front elevation, ceiling mouldings, impressive cast iron fireplace with stone surround & mantel and slate hearth, radiator.

BATHROOM/WC: (12' 5'' into window recess x 11' 5'' into chimney recess) (3.78m x 3.48m)
what a stunning bathroom this is with generous proportions, ceiling cornicing, large sash window to the rear elevation, impressive cast iron fire with stone surround & mantle and slate hearth, heritage suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with period style taps, lovely claw foot rolled edge freestanding bath with period mixer tap, high level wc with high level cistern and chain pull, very large shower cubicle with period style shower, partially tiled walls, exposed wooden flooring, extractor fan.


doors open to bedrooms 3 and 4. A civilised feel with generous bookshelves, very large skylight providing an abundance of natural light.

BEDROOM 3: (front) (14' 5'' x 12' 6'' into chimney recess) (4.39m x 3.81m)
another generous room with charming arched sash window to the front elevation, recessed spotlights, radiator, exposed wooden flooring.

BEDROOM 4: (12' 2'' x 11' 10'' into chimney recess) (3.71m x 3.60m)
another generous double bedroom with sash window to the rear elevation, recessed spotlights, radiator.


FRONT GARDEN: (approx. 33' 0'' frontage x 21' 0'' depth) (10.05m x 6.40m)
pretty garden with gate and central pathway flanked by cultivated and sitting out areas, retained borders containing various flowering plants and shrubs including conifers, high boundary wall to one side, front boundary wall, railings to the other side.

flagstone flooring, small storage vault beneath the front garden.

small rear patio area outside of kitchen window.


available exclusively through the sole agents, Richard Harding Estate Agents, tel: 0117 946 6690.

only items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. Any other items such as carpets etc. are not included but may be available by separate arrangement.

it is understood that the property is freehold. This information should be checked by your legal adviser.

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