Purton Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7


6 Bedrooms

A substantial five bedroom family home with a self-contained one bedroom basement flat.

This impressive late Victorian circa 1890 semi-detached home is situated on quiet pedestrian lane on the Redland/Bishopston border, close to the independent shops, cafés and restaurants lining the popular Gloucester Road and within 620m of Redland Green Secondary School and also within close proximity to both Bishop Road and The Dolphin Primary Schools.

Retaining a wealth of period features, the property has been sympathetically modernised and is presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout, boasting a magnificent open plan family living/kitchen/dining room leading onto a well-planned garden which sweeps around the side of the property.

Internally the circa 2462 accommodation comprises; an elegant bay fronted sitting room, open plan kitchen/diner and W.C on the hall floor and five double bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom on the upper floors.

The sitting room is complimented by a wood burning stove with marble surround, sash bay windows with far reaching city views, decorative cornicing, picture rail and stripped wooden floorboards.

The dining room has similar features to the sitting room including; a bay window, decorative cornicing, picture rail and stripped wooden floorboards and includes an open cast iron fireplace with decorative tiled inserts.

The kitchen/breakfast room which is open to the dining room has been fitted with a range of wooden base units incorporating a Belfast style sink, five ring gas hob and electric oven and space for a washing machine and fridge/freezer.

The five bedrooms on the upper floors all benefit from far reaching city views including the master bedroom which is situated on the first floor and spans the entire width of the property.

The self-contained basement flat is ideal for a buyer looking to supplement their income. The flat has its own private entrance and comprises; a lounge/diner, one bedroom and a shower room.

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