Vendors Comments We fell in love with our house due to its period features, spacious and bright rooms, and of course the location was perfect for a couple without children who enjoyed eating out, theatre and cinema. So during our early years in the house we took full advantage of the proximity of the Watershed, Arnolfini, Old Vic and the many excellent restaurants in the area, all of these within walking distance.When our children came along, we discovered the other advantages our location had to offer, such as very good local schools (Colstons Primary and Cotham School), Bristol Zoo, Bristol Museum, Explore@Bristol, Cotham Park, etc. Our children were able to walk to school, and almost every day (whatever the weather!) ended at Cotham Park, which made it very easy to make friends with other parents. A typical Sunday would involve a walk down to the harbourside, exploring the area around the boatyards and SS Great Britain, spending a couple of hours at Explore, lunch, then maybe taking in the museum on the way back home.We couldnt imagine living anywhere else in Bristol, and are only selling after 16 years in order to settle in France, our new home.
Entrance Lobby Original tiled floor, original stained glass leaded windows adjacent to the inner door which leads directly into the hallway.
Hallway Stripped and polished wood floor, double radiator, original coved ceiling and centre rose, useful under stairs storage cupboard.
Lounge Five sash windows form the bay to the front elevation, leaded stained glass skylights above, double radiator, original fireplace and surround with tiled inserts and hearth, original coved ceiling.
Dining Room Four sash windows form the bay to the rear elevation overlooking the rear garden, coved ceiling, picture rail, period fire place with decorative tiled insert, stripped and polished wood floor, radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room Kitchen area- Fitted wall and base units, sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing for dishwasher, fireplace recess with gas and electric cooker points, space for fridge/freezer. Breakfast area Sash window to rear elevation, French doors leading in to the rear garden, radiator, wood laminate floor.
Utility/Cloakroom Window to side elevation, plumbing for washing machine, WC, wash hand basin.
Store Room Sash window to front elevation, radiator.
Stairs rise to half landing
Bedroom 5 Sash window to rear elevation, built in cupboard housing the Valliant gas boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating system, fitted shelves, period fireplace, radiator
Master Bedroom Three sash windows to front elevation with skylights above, original coved ceiling, doorway into dressing room.Dressing room Sash window to front elevation with secondary glazed panelling
Bathroom Three sash windows to side elevation with leaded skylight windows above, bath with shower over, WC, wash hand basin, radiator, wood laminate floor, three internal skylight windows above door.
Bedroom 2 Four sash windows forming the bay to the rear elevation, coved ceiling, raidaotr.
Stairs rise to half landing
Bathroom Sash window to rear elevation, bath with shower over, wash hand basin, period fireplace.
Stairs rise to second floor Skylight window
Bedroom 3 Twin sash windows to front elevation, radiator, access into the eaves, double doors in to walkin wardrobe.
Bedroom 4 Sash window to rear elevation, radiator.
Cloakroom Low level window to side elevation, WC, Vanity sink unit, laminate floor.
Externally Front garden with a rich variety of shrubs, plants and small trees, low level boundary brick wall pathway leading to side elevation and front door. Pathway continues to gate access into the rear garden.Rear garden Brick paved patio area adjacent to the property, lawn area, flower borders displaying a rich variety of plants, shrubs and small trees, brick built shed