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With an abundance of light and Victorian charm, this end of terrace home has been sympathetically extended and improved by the current owners to offer well-balanced and tasteful living accommodation. It also benefits from an unusually large private garden accessed from the kitchen through bi-fold doors, as well as a desirable patio with unrivalled views of the famous Clifton skyline.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a wonderful front reception room with attractive bay sash window with stripped wooden flooring, authentic picture rail and most attractive working fire with white surround and slate hearth. Situated towards the back and currently utilised as an informal lounge, the rear of this room is again laid with stripped wooden flooring, and in turns leads through to the fantastic kitchen, diner. This room is without doubt the heart of the home, benefitting from great proportions and flooded with light from both an expansive roof window as well as the aforementioned bi-fold doors. The kitchen itself comprises a comprehensive range of fitted shaker units with contrasting striking wooden worktop, complemented by stylish metro tile splash back. An electric range cooker sits beneath a fitted extractor fan, whilst the adjacent Belfast sink and mixer tap and limestone tiled floor further accentuate the high specification feel. To the far end of the room, a delightful wood-burning stove creates a cosy ambience, with access to the neighbouring utility room, which also houses the downstairs cloakroom.
Rising to the first floor, the galleried landing and rear hallway in turn lead to all rooms. Situated to the front, the master bedroom is wonderfully appointed with neutral décor and far-reaching views. The further two bedrooms are equally well presented and both accommodating of double beds. The family bathroom compromises a modern three piece white suite with fitted bath and overhead shower, low level w/c and freestanding wash hand basin. Further benefits include New England style wooden panelling, modern wood effect tiling and wall hung heated towel rail.
Located at the end of a handsome terrace on one of Cliftonwood’s most sought after streets, this property is wonderfully situated to take advantage of both the facilities of Clifton Village as well as the vibrant Harbourside community. Both state and private schooling can be found within 0.5 mile, whilst Bristol Temple Meads is 2 miles east, and Bristol Airport 8 miles south.
Leading out from the bi fold doors there's a fabulous lawned area with raised planters containing honeysuckle, hydrangea and strawberry plants, with the added benefit of a patio with far-reaching views to both Clifton and Ashton Court. The terrace is shaded by a weeping pear, so ideal for alfresco dining, or watching the sunset over Royal York Crescent. Steps lead up to a smaller, secluded lawned area behind the house along with a wooden shed. The gardens here are abundant with wisteria, honeysuckle and two flowering cherry trees, and are notably well sheltered and private.
End of terrace house
Bay windowed reception room
Extended kitchen dining room
Wonderful lawned gardens
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