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Staple Hill Road, Bristol BS16



3 Bedroom House SSTC

Staple Hill Road, Bristol BS16

Key features

  • Period property.
  • 1930's style unique house.
  • No onward chain.
  • Three bedrooms.
  • Garage and gardens.
  • Convenient and desirable position.

The house is located on the borders of Fishponds and Staple Hill in a suburb, positioned just inside the city boundary of Bristol and South Gloucestershire. It is directly south of Downend, west of Mangotsfield and north of Soundwell. The area was once within the ancient forest of Kingswood. Nearby, convenient Staple Hill has a wide-ranging high street and is broad as trams originally ran along its length. Beautiful Page Park, which has been improved by volunteers from the community in recent years celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 2010. The historic railway line and the station sites have been converted to the Bristol & Bath Railway cycle route, one of the most popular Sustrans National Cycle routes. The area offers excellent schooling, a friendly community and convenient transportation access routes.


4.10m x 1.90m (13'5" x 6'3") Entry via original hardwood door, stained glass panelling and screen to sides, stairs to first floor, under stairs cupboard, doors to living room, dining room and kitchen, picture rail.

Living Room
4.20m x 3.40m (13'9" x 11'2") Front aspect double glazed bay window with 1930's style stained glass detailing, original style fireplace, picture rail.

Dining Room
3.60m x 3.30m (11'10" x 10'10") Rear aspect double doors to sun room, feature fireplace, picture rail.

3.60m x 2.00m (11'10" x 6'7") Rear aspect window, modern fitted kitchen wall and base units, beech style laminate work surface over, inset ceramic sink and drainer, mixer tap over, inset hob and built in oven, extractor over, space for appliances, part tiled walls, glazed door to sun room.

1.30m x 0.90m (4'3" x 2'11") Original larder cupboard, vent to side.

3.80m x 1.80m (12'6" x 5'11") Rear aspect double glazing and door to garden.

Stairs to first floor
2.90m x 2.10m (9'6" x 6'11") First floor landing, original balustrade, doors to bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom One
4.20m x 3.20m (13'9" x 10'6") Front aspect double glazed bay window, fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom Two
3.60m x 3.30m (11'10" x 10'10") Rear aspect double glazed window, picture rail.

Bedroom Three
2.80m x 2.10m (9'2" x 6'11") Front aspect window, built in cupboard.

2.10m x 1.50m (6'11" x 4'11") Rear aspect double glazed window with obscure glass, suite comprising low level panel bath, wc and basin. tiled walls.

Front Garden
Established shrubs and planting, path to front door, pedestrian gate.

Rear Garden
Established planting, greenhouse area, timber panel fencing, brick construction WW2 air raid shelter.

Metal frame garage with bi-fold doors to front, private rear shared access lane.

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until June 30 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.

Please note: This calculator is provided as a guide only on how much stamp duty land tax you will need to pay in England and Northern Ireland. It assumes that the property is freehold and for residential purposes.

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Contact CJ Hole Downend

  • 5 Cleeve Wood Road
  • Downend
  • BS16 2SF

Call 0117 9565655

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