- Substantial Victorian Home
- Natural 3 Storey House
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- Excellent Presentation
- Many Original Character Features
- Open Plan Kitchen Diner
- En Suite Master Bedroom
- Close to the Shops, Restaurants & Cafes on Gloucester Road
- Close to Horfield Common & Sports Centre
- 1473 sq ft
A spacious bay fronted Victorian mid terrace house in Horfield.
Arranged across three natural floors, this four double bedroom house features large reception rooms and many original period features.
Located on Church Road in Horfield, the house is close to Horfield Common, Wellington playing field and the shops, restaurants, cafes and bars on the Gloucester Road.
From the front door enter the hallway where both reception rooms and the stairs down into the kitchen and up to the first floor are situated. At the front of the house is an elegant and spacious, main reception room with bay window, plantation shutters, original ceiling coving and fireplace.
In the middle of the house is a second reception room with elevated rear aspect over the back garden via the sash window. This room features an original fireplace including cast iron surround with tiles and a beautiful bath stone mantle and pillars.
Steps lead down into a fantastic open plan kitchen diner with bi-folding doors out onto the garden. The stylish kitchen features a range of contemporary handless units with bamboo worktops, Moroccan tile splashbacks and Parque style flooring. Fitted appliances include; fridge, freezer, dishwasher, inset gas hob and oven. Beyond the kitchen is space for a 6-8 seater dining table.
At first floor level, there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. At the front, there is a master bedroom complete with ensuite shower room. The room features three large windows facing onto Church Road. In the corner of the room, a door leads through to the ensuite which is equipped with a shower, toilet and washbasin.
The second double bedroom is in the middle of the floor and has a window out onto the rear elevation and garden below.
The bathroom is located off a half landing at the back of the house. Smartly finished with striking turquoise metro tiles, the room features a vaulted ceiling, bath with shower, toilet and washbasin. An obscure glazed window onto the rear elevation brings natural light to the room.
Stairs from the hallway lead up to second floor accommodation where there are a further two double bedrooms.
In the apex of the roof, but without the worry of height restrictions, these rooms are spacious yet cosy. At the front of the property, the bedroom features a pitched dormer window with elevated views across the rooftops of the surrounding Horfield area. The bedroom at the back is similar in size and features a similar sized pitched dormer window with incredible, far reaching views over the surrounding area and beyond.
Externally, the property’s fenced garden is accessed off the back of the kitchen. There is a paved patio immediately off the back of the kitchen’s bi-folding doors which extends round into the side return. The remaining garden is lawned with planted borders that feature mature shrubs and bushes.
This well-maintained property is an excellent example of a Victorian mid terrace home in a popular area just off the Gloucester Road. With the desirable natural three storey layout and four large bedrooms, the house would comfortably suit a larger family.