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The well proportioned and versatile accommodation currently incorporates a two bedroom lower ground floor apartment with separate entrance as well as a substantial family house on the upper two floors. A wealth of period features remain, including beautifully detailed cornicing and ceiling roses, box sash windows, fireplaces, elegant staircase and generous ceiling heights.
The spacious entrance hall is welcoming and bursting in light. The fitted kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of colourful wall and base units and has space for breakfast room table. The sitting room has French doors opening to the rear balcony which over look and provides access to the garden and the generous dining room has a feature fireplace and bay window and additional reception room/bedroom has a useful utility/shower room adjoining.
The beautifully maintained staircase leads to the first floor landing area which is flooded with light from a central octagon shape roof atrium. This level has four well proportioned bedrooms together with the family bathroom. Each bedroom offers its own unique style with one benefitting from an en-suite shower room and another offering an internal sectioned off area ideal for a cot room/walk in wardrobe.
The lower ground floor can either be accessed internally from the hall floor staircase, or from a separate entrance to the rear of the property. With a number of rooms located at this level, the space can easily be utilised as a two bed flat with separate sitting room, kitchen breakfast room, hallway and two shower rooms, or as a large utility room with additional reception space and guest accommodation. The second sitting room on the lower floor offers direct access to the private gardens.
Sneyd Park remains to be a sought after location adjacent to the historic Durdham Downs with around 400 acres of common land used by many for everyday leisure pursuits. The leafy suburb is highly regarded due to its range of amenities and highly regarded state and independent primary and secondary schools nearby. The vibrant areas of Clifton Village and Whiteladies Road are all within 1.5 miles where there are a range of bars, restaurants, boutiques and everyday shopping requirements, whilst more extensive facilities can be found at Cribbs Causeway indoor shopping centre, approximately 6 miles to the north. Bristol City Centre is easily accessed via the A4018 feeding the M32/M4 and M5 motorway networks. Bristol Temple Meads train station provides regular services in to London Paddington, the north, south and west, whilst Bristol International Airport offers daily scheduled flights to many European destinations as well as some long haul destinations.
Victorian grandeur over 3 flexible floors
Option for self-contained 2 bed apartment
3/4 reception rooms
West facing rear garden
Sought after road.
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