This impressive, 3,470 sq ft end of terrace, mid-19th Century, Grade II listed house, occupies a fabulous corner plot in the heart of Redland. It has wonderfully large rooms with many beautiful period features typical of houses built in this late Georgian style. The house is formally split into three sections; the upper three floors utilised as the main family house with two self-contained lower floor apartments below and a separate double garage with roof terrace above
A spacious entrance hall displays the first of many period features including detailed cornicing, spindled staircase with hard wood handrail as well as beautiful door architraves and skirting and a stained glass window. There is also an under-stairs cupboard providing hanging for coats, which can be open back up to give direct access to the lower floor. The main front drawing room has wonderful proportions as well as further intricate detailing including a beautiful ceiling rose, cornicing, a picture rail and deep skirting. Bathed in light through its large sash windows, complete with working shutters, this elegant room also has wood burning fireplace. The fully fitted kitchen, also with high ceilings and period features, has ample space for dining around the central island or the breakfast bar, and leads into the stunning rear conservatory room. Completing the ground floor is a large study which could be used as a separate dining room if required. All rooms on the ground floor have wood flooring throughout.
The spindled staircase leads to the first floor which has two generous double bedrooms, both with large sash windows, working shutters and central fireplaces. The bedroom to the front further benefits from an en-suite shower room. The first floor landing also provides access to a decked roof terrace.
The upper floor includes the large family bathroom, a large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, and two smaller double bedrooms as well as an airing cupboard and loft access.
Hampton Park is a popular road due to its convenient location in Redland and close proximity to both Clifton & Cotham. Close to the many shops, bars, restaurants and amenities of Whiteladies Road including the Everyman Cinema, as well as Clifton Down train station and Clifton Down shopping centre.
There are many well-regarded nurseries in the vicinity, and excellent schools, both Primary, Secondary, state and Independent, including St Peter & St Paul’s Primary School, Redland Green, Cotham School, Bristol Grammar School, Clifton High School and many more. Also nearby are the University of Bristol and the Bristol Royal Infirmary Hospital.
The secluded rear garden is accessed from the conservatory room via double doors and comprises of a patio area and lawned garden. Behind an electrically operated double gate is the private driveway suitable for multiple cars and a large double garage, with an additional lower ground study and roof terrace above. Furthermore there is also planning permission to convert the garage into a separate 2 bedroom property.
Approached via an independent access to the side of the property can be found the two self-contained, lower floor apartments. Flat 1 comprises of an open plan kitchen / reception presented in good order, four double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room plus a separate family bathroom. Flat 2 has an independent reception room, galley kitchen, bathroom and two double bedrooms. Both flats are currently tenanted on an Assured Short Hold Tenancy but can be offered with vacant possession if required.
3470 sq ft end of terrace house
Grade II listed
Fabulous corner plot in Redland
Two self-contained lower floor apartments
Off street parking
West-facing rear garden