The superb family accommodation is set over four floors. The lower ground floor consists in the main of a stunning kitchen/living/dining space, which houses an attractive hand made kitchen and large island units. The kitchen offers plenty of storage in wall and floor mounted unit, the latter topped by an attractive black granite work top. The island unit provides further storage and is topped with a lovely wooden work surface and a breakfast bar area in addition. The entire space has attractive tiling to the floor and also has the benefit of underfloor heating throughout. An extension to the rear of the kitchen provides plenty of room for a large dining table and seating area and leads to the garden via double doors. Further to this there is a large study room or TV snug to the front of the property which also allows access to the external sunken courtyard area that has steps leading back to the front door.
The hall floor offers an entrance vestibule which leads through to a stunning dining room or reception with a number of period features including cornice work, a lovely fireplace and shutters to the window. The dining room and entire hall floor is has an attractive wooden flooring throughout. Bedroom four, a spacious double, is situated to the rear of the hall floor and offers similar period features and a fireplace to the front reception as well as doors leading to a lovely south facing decked terrace with simply stunning southerly views over the harbour and beyond over North Somerset. The decked terrace allows plenty of room for a table and chairs to enjoy the aforementioned.
The first floor consists of a spacious family bathroom with a large claw footed bath and a shower fitting over it. There is a WC, wash hand basin and plenty of storage with fitted cupboards which also house plumbing for a washing machine and the hot water cylinder as well. To the rear of the first floor is a spacious double bedroom with an attractive fireplace and a large sash window allowing plenty of natural light in and the lovely outlook to the rear.
The top floor provides a double bedroom to the rear with a wash hand basin and access via double doors to a spacious roof terrace with views and a southerly aspect as per the above mentioned. The ceiling in this bedroom has been opened to provide lots of head height and a clever mezzanine level for storage. The same is provided in the other bedroom on the top floor which sits next to a beautifully finished shower room housing a large double shower, was hand basin, WC and a heated towel rail.
Outside the property offers a spacious south facing garden which has been laid with attractive timber decking and raised decked seating to either side as well as providing room for planted borders. The garden as with the other two terraces at first and top floor level offer the aforementioned mentioned views and a sunny southerly aspect. To the front of the property there is a sunken courtyard which leads to a further front door allowing access to the study/TV snug.
Tenure - We understand to be Freehold - this should be checked by your legal adviser.
Services - We understand all mains services are connected to the property
Local authority - Bristol City Council
Council tax band - Band F (£3,221.64 in 2022-2023)
Viewings - Strictly by prior arrangement with sole agents Hydes of Bristol
Cliftonwood Crescent is a location held in high regard offering superb links to the Bristol's vibrant waterfront, and Clifton Village which is a short walk away and offers an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants, bistros and retail outlets. On the doorstep of the property there is a public house that is extremely popular with the local community, The Lion. For further variety the Waterfront includes walkways and water taxis to the centre with a further array of restaurants and bars. Bristol has a popular cultural and music scene, catering for all tastes and genres and is famed for its green, open spaces most notably Durdham Downs, with 400 acres of parkland, the neighbouring Ashton Court Estate across the famous Suspension Bridge, includes mountain bike trails and bridle paths. For those seeking more energetic pastimes, there are golf courses close by and sailing and windsurfing at Baltic Wharf. For the commuter the A4 has a direct link to the commercial centre, and indeed the motorway networks M5 and M4. Bristol Temple Meads train station provides an extensive service to many cities nationwide, and the city’s international airport flies connects to many European destinations.
Hydes Of Bristol and any joint agents give notice that (i) they have no authority to make or give representations or warranties in relation to the property. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. (ii) Any areas, distances or measurements are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all the necessary planning, building regulations or other consents and Hydes Of Bristol have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. (iii) In accordance with the consumer protection from unfair trading regulations, please note that the working condition of these services, or kitchen appliances has not been checked by the Agents but at the time of taking particulars we were informed that all were in working order. Please also note that current government legislation demands that as selling agents for this property, Hydes Of Bristol require written evidence of the origin/source of finance for funding for any prospective purchaser wishing to purchase this property. This confirmation shall be required prior to the vendor entering into any contract of sale and our instructions from the vendor are to this effect.