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Frenchay Common, Frenchay, Bristol BS16

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4 Bedroom House SSTC

Frenchay Common, Frenchay, Bristol BS16


Key features

  • Frenchay Common Location
  • Architect Designed
  • Circa 357m2 / 4037 Sq. Ft.
  • Five Reception Rooms
  • Under Floor Heating
  • B Energy Efficiency Rating
  • Glazed Sliding Doors Running the width Of The Reception Rooms.
  • Private South Facing Gardens
  • Four + Bedrooms
  • Option For Self-Contained Flat.

The property is entered via the Common were you are met with an impressive entrance hall with skylight adding to the modern styling of the home. The layout of the home has a focus on open plan living with the southerly facing main reception rooms capturing the views over the garden and emphasizing the space and light available by drawing the gardens into these two stunning rooms. The hub of the home is the impressive lounge kitchen diner, with its glazed sliding doors opening the full width of the room, these impressive units have been engineered to regulate the solar heat passing through the glazing to work seamlessly with the underfloor heating, throughout the seasons. The separate lounge creates a formal living area that offers dual aspect to the common and sliding doors to the garden. The property truly comes into its own on long summer days when the doors to these rooms are opened onto the southerly gardens and these two generous rooms merge into one fantastic space.

With these stunning reception rooms taking centre stage, the footprint of the home continues to deliver with a further study, play room and gym occupying the northern wing of the home, these reception rooms are generous in their own right and offer a versatility to the home that is open to interpretation by the homes new owner, whether it be guest rooms or with a view to creating a separate living quarter for family, the space on offer is un compromising on potential. A separate utility room, cloak and storage room finishes the ground floor footprint.

The first floor includes four double bedrooms and a family bathroom, with three of the rooms offering potential for ensuites, and impressive gallery landing with views towards the common.

Externally the property includes three separate areas, the entrance forms the traditional front approach to the home, enclosed by stone walls and double gates to secure the multiple off street parking spaces. The main garden offers lawns and flagstone patio with original stone walls creating a division to the orchard and second half of the garden which also includes the foundations to Victorian green houses that once occupied the grounds. The Common entrance completes the impressive approach to this stunning home.

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Until March 31 2021 most buyers will be exempt from paying stamp duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate how much Stamp Duty you would have to pay on this property by using the calculator below.

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