This end of terrace, Grade II listed family home was built circa 1846 and retains many of its original features with accommodation arranged over five floors. It should be noted that the ground floor accommodation offers the flexibility of providing a self contained flat if required, alternatively as additional accommodation to the main house.
Undoubtedly an attraction of the property is the fact that the house provides the aforementioned off street parking for 2 cars as well as having an integral garage.
The front door of the house is accessed via a short flight of flagstone steps to the side of the driveway and opens into a spacious entrance vestibule. A noticeable feature when entering the house is the immediate feeling of light and airiness, due primarily to its end of terrace position and the fact it overlooks the garden of neighbouring Cathedral of Ss Peter and Paul. A central entrance hall with original staircase leads to the upper and lower floors and has a utility/laundry room to one end.
The two principal reception rooms both have impressive sash bay windows overlooking the front elevation and driveway. To the rear of the entrance hall is a generously proportioned kitchen/ breakfast room with double glazed doors opening onto a raised timber deck area, ideal for alfresco dining. The kitchen has recently been modified and has attractive white base units with black granite effect work surfaces and an integrated dishwasher. There is a separate breakfast bar/ island unit and ample space to one end of the room for a soft-seating/ dining area.
The upper floors comprise of five double bedrooms all of good proportions with attractive outlooks to the front, side and rear elevations, in particular bedrooms four and five which give a view of nearby Clifton College and its cricket square. The master bedroom benefits from an ensuite bathroom. In addition there is large walk in wetroom / wc off the first floor landing and two further shower rooms.
The ground floor accommodation is linked to the reception hall by a carpeted staircase and comprises a generously proportioned bedroom 6/ living room, shower/w.c and galley style kitchen with slate effect ceramic tiled floor and vaulted ceiling.
Externally, the house has a raised timber deck area to the rear of the house accessed off the kitchen, below which is an open area of courtyard garden which runs around the northern elevation and is accessed off the ground floor entrance hall. In addition there is a fabulous roof terrace reached off bedroom four that enjoys far reaching views across Clifton, which offers privacy and has ample room for seating and a sunny south-westerly aspect. Lastly there is a raised gravelled patio area for table and chairs by the steps leading up to the front door of the house.
TENURE: We are advised the property is Freehold.
SERVICES: Mains electricity, water and drainage, gas fired central heating
LOCAL AUTHORITY: BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL (0117 9222000)
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Pembroke Road is an address held in high regard. This is owed to the uniquely convenient proximity to local amenities and the breathtaking example of Victorian 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 well as the choice of further amenities on nearby Whiteladies Road. Several bus routes provide easy city centre access. Bristol’s City Centre is within one mile travelling distance allowing access to the national motorway network via the M32 and rail links to London Paddington from Temple Meads mainline station. The vast expanse of Clifton’s Downs can be accessed at the top of Pembroke Road (within half a mile) as can the historic landmark of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s world famous suspension bridge spanning the Avon Gorge (in itself, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty). The area is particularly well served for schooling in both state and private sectors with Clifton College, Clifton High School, Christchurch Primary School, BGS and QEH all being within easy walking distance.
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