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Nestled within a leafy and tranquil sylvan setting, Tudor House sits proudly on its approximately third of an acre plot. Set back from the road and screened by a variety of mature trees, a generous
sweeping driveway leads you the property with its magnificent frontage. The four bedroom triple-breasted Neo-Tudor family home emanates a wealth of character and charm.
The spacious hall, indicative of the sense of space throughout the property, is generous with both size and ceiling height.
The family sitting room, to the left of the hall, is bathed in natural light due to the abundance of windows from all aspects. The focal point for this fabulous space is the red-brick fireplace with marble effect surround whilst ceiling roses enhance the room’s natural character. French doors allow access out onto the beautiful rear
lawn. Adjacent to the living room is the study, offering beautiful garden vistas. The spacious double aspect kitchen/breakfast room
offers a wealth of worktop space with wooden cabinets and a range cooker taking centre stage. Striking garden views are offered from every angle. Double doors lead you from the kitchen into the fabulously light dining room, which again provides further access to the rear garden. Over the years, this room has served a multitude
of purposes, and functions fantastically as a child’s playroom.
Also, just off the kitchen, lies the utility room with its own access to the garden. The central staircase leads you to the first-floor landing with sliding doors onto the front-facing balcony, ideally
positioned to enjoy the morning sun. The spacious, partially tiled family bathroom can be found to the left of the stairs. The dual
aspect master bedroom comes equipped with integrated wardrobes and en suite shower room. Across the landing, three further double
bedrooms offer additional accommodation.
To the right of the property lies the link-attached double garagewith the potential to be converted into a self-contained annexe, subject to planning.
Located in the heart of Frenchay. Tudor House offers the luxury of excellent communication links with easy access to the M32 (1/2 a mile) and in turn the M4. Bristol city centre is about 2 miles
away. There are a number of woodland walks including the Frome Valley Walk and Snuff Mills. There is also extensive open parkland at Stoke Park Estate with 270 acres of common land. Frenchayvillage itself has convenient shops, garage, pub and church.
A fabulous plot of approximately a third of an acre offers sweeping
lawns, a range of mature shrubbery, trees and borders. A decked
area to the rear is the perfect spot for alfresco dining, truly making
the most of the afternoon and evening sun in this rear west-facing
Detached Neo-Tudor family home
Master bedroom with en suite
Three double bedrooms
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