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The Royal Colonnade is believed to be Bristol’s first
Neoclassical terrace and is honoured with Grade II listing due to its exceptional heritage and wonderful period detailing, dating from circa 1826. It is one of the prettiest designed Georgian houses in Bristol with the classic triple window façade and imposing Ionic columns adding to the spectacular
architecture. Believed to have been designed by R S Pope who helped to shape many of Bristol’s most iconic buildings in this period.
The house itself has just finished an extensive and
thorough refurbishment and is presented in impeccable order throughout. Period detailing is plentiful and includes spectacular floor to ceiling window doors, complete with working shutters, working fires with marble surround, deep and detailed cornice work and ceiling roses as well
as complementary architraves. These features have been seamlessly linked with modern conveniences including wooden floors, bespoke solid wooden kitchen and opulent
bathrooms. The generous rooms and well proportioned spaces speak for themselves and offer a flexible layout for intimate family gatherings as well as incredible entertaining
spaces, such as the first floor drawing room. The heart of the home has been created in the kitchen/breakfast room.
This room has 2 sets of double doors opening to the 76’ rear garden. The kitchen is fully integrated and backed up with a walk in utility room.
Rising the intricate spindled staircase the hall and all floors are bathed in incredible natural light due to the exceptional and rare lantern light dominating the top floor roof.
The aforementioned drawing room has spell binding period features as well as three floor to ceiling glazed doors providing access to the large balcony. The opulent master suite, also found on this floor, has a generous master bedroom and marbled en suite together with a walk in
dressing room and free standing bath. This floor also houses the convenient guest cloakroom as well as original butlers serving room complete with wine fridge, ideal for entertaining guests. The top floor, has four bedrooms which enjoy two bathrooms and a pleasant outlook front and rear.
Lower ground floor.
The current owners have made the lower ground floor into a one bedroom self contained flat which achieves a healthy income but this space can easily be part of the main house, depending on your needs - it would be a perfect space for a media suite and playroom. The current arrangement is accessed from the front, a staircase leads, via wrought iron gates, to a private lower ground floor door and in turn a
courtyard area. It is completely independent of the house and has again been recently refurbished and is presented in good condition.
This little known street is superbly positioned to make the most of the extensive array of independent shops, restaurants, bars and conveniences of Park Street but also offers peace and tranquillity away from the main thoroughfare. To the other end of the street you will find Cabot Park with the historic Cabot Tower offering some of the finest views across Bristol. There is a children’s play area, duck pond and extensive walking, ideal for children and dogs.
To the front you will find a generous private parking area with ample space for three cars as well as a beautiful inner courtyard under the Ionic columns. To the rear the 76 foot garden is split into three terraced sections; the courtyard, accessible from the kitchen/breakfast and utility room enjoys the late afternoon sun. There are two further terraces, the main one being at the rear with ample space for a children’s play area or tables and chairs. There is also access to a store
room in the lower ground floor.
Drawing room with Balcony
Master bedrooms suite
4 further bedrooms
2 further bathrooms
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