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Howard Road | Westbury Park

Guide Price £750,000

Situated along this much sought after road in Westbury Park; a beautifully presented and stylish 3 bedroom, 2 reception room, Edwardian period family house of character, having stunning kitchen/breakfast room and well-stocked rear garden. A fine period residence (dating from 1904), having plenty of original features such as high ceilings, period fireplaces, ornate moulded plasterwork, exposed wooden floorboards and sash windows. These blend seamlessly with some well-considered high quality modern improvements such as a bespoke kitchen by Shaker Kitchens of Cirencester with quartz worktops and integrated appliances. The neighbourhood has a great deal to offer. The nearby schools whether state or private are of an excellent standard and are highly regarded, these include Henleaze Primary (400 metres), Westbury Park Primary (500 metres), Redland Green Secondary School (850 metres), Badminton (800 metres) and Redmaids (1km). The local convenience store is a nearby Waitrose. Just a short walk away there is a fishmonger, 2 butcher shops, cafes, good restaurants aplenty including Little French and Prego, a gastro pub and many varied independent local shops to explore as well as the local library and independent cinema. Just a short stroll away is the Downs which offers 400 acres of recreational space and well as Redland Green. Just a short stroll away there is a community play park on Fallodon Way which is ideal for young children, and a secret park off Wildcroft Road. Subject to obtaining the necessary consents some may elect to do a loft conversion for which there is ample space. Ground Floor: entrance vestibule, reception hall, bay fronted sitting room, living room, stunning kitchen/breakfast room, separate wc. First Floor: split level landing, 3 bedrooms, family bathroom/wc. Outside: front courtyard, well-stocked westerly facing rear garden.

Property Features

  • A beautifully presented and stylish Edwardian period family house
  • Dating from 1904 and having plenty of original features
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Stunning bespoke kitchen/breakfast room
  • Well-stocked westerly facing rear garden
  • Ref: 10443533
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
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from the pavement, a dwarf stone wall with clipped box hedging providing a good amount of privacy, wrought iron pedestrian gate with pathway to the front entrance. Solid wood panelled front door with brass door furniture and fanlight, opening to:-

having tessellated tiled flooring, tiled walls to dado height, simple moulded cornicing. Part glazed casement door with overlight, opening to:-

a most welcoming entrance with exposed wooden floorboards and an elegant wide staircase ascending to the first floor with handrail and ornately carved spindles. Victorian style radiator, tall moulded skirtings, two ceiling light points, raised height meter cupboard, two useful understair storage cupboards. Four panelled doors with moulded architraves and brass door furniture, opening to:-

SITTING ROOM: 14' 0'' x 13' 5'' (4.26m x 4.09m)
an attractive principal reception room with bay window to the front elevation comprising three wooden double glazed sash windows with plantation style shutters, exposed wooden floorboards, chimney breast with inset wood burning stove set upon a slate hearth with timber mantlepiece, recesses to either side of the chimney breast (both with floating book shelving), Victorian style radiator, picture rail, simple moulded cornicing, ceiling light point.

DINING ROOM: 11' 7'' x 10' 10'' (3.53m x 3.30m)
central period fireplace comprising cast iron surround, ornately carved wooden mantlepiece and tiled hearth, recesses to either side of the chimney breast, exposed wooden floorboards, tall moulded skirtings, picture rail, Victorian style radiator, ceiling light point. Double glazed double doors with stained glass overlight overlooking and opening externally to the side return and rear garden.

low level dual flush wc with concealed cistern, wall mounted wash hand basin with hot and cold water taps, tiled walls to dado height, exposed wooden floorboards, wall light point, extractor fan.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 22' 7'' x 11' 6'' (6.88m x 3.50m)
a stylish, well-appointed and bespoke kitchen by Shaker Kitchens of Cirencester installed in 2019. Comprehensively fitted with an array of shaker style base and eye level units combining drawers and cabinets. Roll edge quartz Carrara marble style work tops with matching upstands and splashback tiling. Undermount double Belfast style sink with indented draining board to side. Integral appliances including Belling range cooker with extractor hood, dishwasher, washing machine and wine cooler. Space for tall fridge/freezer. Tiled flooring, ample space for table and chairs, inset ceiling downlights, Victorian style radiator. Two windows to the side elevation, Velux window and double glazed double doors opening out onto the west facing rear garden.


part galleried over the stairwell with handrail and ornately carved spindles and enjoying plenty of natural light via a Velux window. Moulded skirtings and ceiling light point. Loft access with pull down ladder. Four panelled doors with moulded architraves, opening to:-

BEDROOM 1: 17' 2'' xinto bay 13' 9'' (5.23m x 4.19m)
bay window to the front elevation comprising three wooden double glazed sash windows with additional wooden double glazed sash window to side (all having plantation style shutters), white painted ornate cast iron fireplace, tall moulded skirtings, Victorian style radiator, built in wardrobes to either side of the chimney breast with cupboards above.

BEDROOM 2: 11' 7'' x 10' 8'' (3.53m x 3.25m)
double glazed sash window to the rear elevation with plantation style shutters, white painted ornately carved cast iron fireplace with recesses to either side of the chimney breast, tall moulded skirtings, Victorian style radiator, picture rail, ceiling light point.

BEDROOM 3: 11' 8'' x 11' 6'' (3.55m x 3.50m)
double glazed window to the rear elevation, ornate cast iron fireplace, recesses to either side of the chimney breast (one with fitted shelving), Victorian style radiator, moulded skirtings, ceiling light point.

FAMILY BATHROOM/WC: 7' 2'' x 6' 2'' (2.18m x 1.88m)
panelled bath with mixer tap, shower screen, wall mounted shower unit plus hand held shower attachment and an overhead circular waterfall style shower. Pedestal wash hand basin with hot and cold water taps. Low level flush wc. Tiled flooring and majority bevel edged tiled walls, obscure double glazed window to the side elevation, heated towel rail/radiator, ceiling light point.


enjoying a good amount of privacy with high hedge border and designed for ease of maintenance with stone chippings.

REAR GARDEN: 47' 3'' decreasing to 23'6" x 17' 10'' (14.39m/7.16 x 5.43m)
enjoying a lovely sunny westerly orientation with southerly side aspect. Enclosed on all three sides by timber fencing and having an assortment of climbing plants including clematis and honeysuckle. Immediately to the rear of the kitchen there is a parquet bricked patio with ample space for garden furniture, potted plants, barbequing etc. To the rear of the dining room there is a timber decked area with further space for seating. The remainder of the garden is principally laid to lawn with shaped border featuring an array of flowering plants and mature shrubs including hydrangea, acer, magnolia, choisya and rose bush.


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 are not included but may be available by separate arrangement.

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

Bristol City Council. Council tax Band: D

Bristol City Council. Council tax Band: D

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4. Any services, heating systems, appliances or installations referred to in these particulars have not been tested and no warranty can be given that these are in working order. Whilst we believe these particulars to be correct we would be pleased to check any information of particular importance to you.
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