The front door opens into a welcoming central reception hall with the original tessellated floor tiling and carpeted staircase leading to the upper floors. A door beneath the staircase leads to a small cloakroom and a further short flight of stairs to the lower ground floor accommodation.
A generously proportioned sitting room with large bay window to one end overlooks the side garden and off-street parking. The reception room includes a coal effect gas fire with timber mantle surround as well as attractive bespoke timber-built book shelving to one end. Central double doors open into a second reception / dining room which can be separately reached off the entrance hall. A sash window to one end overlooks the side garden. The dining room further includes two bespoke timber wall dressers with good display shelving and under storage cupboards, coal effect gas fire.
The kitchen / diner is of generous proportions and has a large shuttered sash bay window to one end enjoying a southerly facing aspect. Range of modern oak fronted base and wall units with attractive black granite work surfaces. Integral appliances include Bosch dishwasher, five ring Baumatic gas hob unit, stainless steel Electrolux double oven and grill as well as an opening for free standing American-style
fridge /freezer. Breakfast bar. Ample room for a dining table & chairs, coal effect gas fire with part timber and granite mantle surround, double glazed French doors open onto a delightful courtyard garden.
A carpeted staircase leads to the upper floor which comprise of a large master bedroom suite with walk in dressing room providing for comprehensive clothes hanging and drawer units as well as a good size shower room with w/c and wash hand basin.
There are a further four generously proportioned double bedrooms, one of which enjoys a modern en-suite shower room with wc and contemporary style washbasin, as well as two separate modern bathrooms reached off the first and second floor landings. Both bedrooms 4 & 5 provide access to large walk in eaves storage facilities, one of which houses the pressurised hot water storage tank. Bed 5 enjoys far reaching views towards neighbouring Clifton College and its beautifully maintained playing fields.
The lower ground floor accommodation provides for a number of different uses, such as playroom, office, cinema room to name but a few. There is a range of kitchen units to one end with sink unit and plumbing for washing machine as well as an opening for tumble dryer. A door to one end opens into a small storage room/study.
Externally, the property benefits from an enclosed courtyard style garden (circa 18.0 ft x 27.0 ft) which can be accessed by a pedestrian side gate onto Worcester Road or via French doors from the kitchen / diner. The courtyard garden enjoys a south westerly facing aspect and provides for total privacy and seclusion.
The courtyard garden is laid to pavers throughout with shallow steps leading to the pedestrian side-gate. Raised planters to two sides contain a range of mature evergreen shrubs. Water tap and external lighting / power point. A small lean-to shed to one end provides for dustbins and bicycle storage. The courtyard garden allows an ideal area for external family dining off the kitchen / diner.
A paved hard standing area for a motor car is accessed off neighbouring Pembroke Vale.
Worcester Road is an address held in extremely high regard. This is owed to the uniquely convenient proximity to local amenities and the breath-taking example of Victorian and Georgian architecture that forms one of the city’s most prized and widely admired localities. The variety of shops, boutiques and restaurants in Clifton Village are within half a mile as is the wide choice of amenities on nearby Whiteladies Road. Indeed, Bristol’s City Centre is within only one and a half miles allowing access to the national motorway network via the M32 and rail links to London Paddington from Temple Meads mainline railway station. The vast expanse of Clifton’s Downs is reached within half a mile, as is the historic landmark of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s world-famous suspension bridge spanning the Avon Gorge. The area is particularly well served for schooling in both state and private sectors with Clifton College and Clifton High School for Girls being situated just around the corner.
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TENURE: WE ARE ADVISED THE PROPERTY IS FREEHOLD.
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LOCAL AUTHORITY: BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL
COUNCIL TAX BAND: BAND G £2477.65 2019/2020
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