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7 Bedrooms Link Detached House for sale in Frenchay Common, Bristol BS16

7 Bedrooms Link Detached House - £1,300,000

Frenchay Common, Bristol BS16

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First listed on: 24th February 2017

Nearest stations: Milton Keynes Central (0.9 mi)Bristol Parkway (1.6 mi)Filton Abbey Wood (2.1 mi)Stapleton Road (2.9 mi)Patchway (2.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Snug
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room opening onto garden

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

This beautiful Grade II listed home was built in the late 18th Century and later became the Rectory as the house looks out towards The Frenchay Parish Church. The approach to Bradford’s House is along a gravelled drive with Frenchay Common to the right and the beautiful period houses to the left. As you turn through the gate and onto the flagstone pathway the extremely well-manicured front garden with fantastic topiary sets the scene for the house that awaits.The entrance hall is accessed through the stone doorway and has a flagstone floor and boasts some beautiful detail above the entrance to each reception room. The sitting room and snug are to the front of the house and both have wonderful views out onto the common next to the Church, where an annual cricket match is still contested. Along with the dining room to the rear overlooking the rear garden, these well-proportioned rooms all have some fabulous original features and fireplaces. The kitchen can be accessed from the snug or the hall and has an impressive island unit with matching bespoke units built to the walls surrounding. The flagstone floor continues to a wide arch which is open to the breakfast room making this a real ‘family orientated’ kitchen space and a particularly social section of the house. With double doors opening onto the patio in the rear garden it is easy to imagine the social gatherings that could often be accommodated here. From the kitchen there is a very useful pantry/utility room, with a further door leading out to a store. Between the kitchen and hall a door leads down to the cellar, which has two rooms, the first currently an extensive wine store and the second is where the heating system and pressurised tank reside but also has a vast amount of storage space.The immaculate rear garden can also be accessed from a further utility/boot room on the other side of the ground floor off the dining room. This boot room is an ideally located space for coming in from the many walks Frenchay and the surroundings has to offer as it has a door directly from the garage rather than having to walk through the main hall. The garage was formerly the ballroom which was added later than the original late 18th Century house and can easily hold two cars should the need arise.The first floor has three rooms, the current owners have a master bedroom with door to a dressing room, large enough to be a further bedroom if needed, and a contemporary shower room. The double bedroom to the rear of the first floor is currently a very comfortable study which has views over the walled garden and beyond over greenbelt land to the rear. On the opposite side of the house, on the half landing, is the guest suite which has two rooms and a shower room lending itself nicely to a relative’s independent space or guests as and when required. Ascending the final flight of stairs the second floor has three further bedrooms and a bathroom.The front and rear gardens have been immaculately kept by the current owners with a variety of different plants and shrub borders and an array of trees including bay and yew. The rear garden has high stone walls increasing the privacy and has been well landscaped to include an area laid to lawn, patio where outdoor furniture resides and a gravelled path which hugs the perimeter.
This beautiful Grade II listed home was built in the late 18th Century and later became the Rectory as the house looks out towards The Frenchay Parish Church. The approach to Bradford’s House is along a gravelled drive with Frenchay Common to the right and the beautiful period houses to the left. As you turn through the gate and onto the flagstone pathway the extremely well-manicured front garden with fantastic topiary sets the scene for the house that awaits.The entrance hall is accessed through the stone doorway and has a flagstone floor and boasts some beautiful detail above the entrance to each reception room. The sitting room and snug are to the front of the house and both have wonderful views out onto the common next to the Church, where an annual cricket match is still contested. Along with the dining room to the rear overlooking the rear garden, these well-proportioned rooms all have some fabulous original features and fireplaces. The kitchen can be accessed from the snug or the hall and has an impressive island unit with matching bespoke units built to the walls surrounding. The flagstone floor continues to a wide arch which is open to the breakfast room making this a real ‘family orientated’ kitchen space and a particularly social section of the house. With double doors opening onto the patio in the rear garden it is easy to imagine the social gatherings that could often be accommodated here. From the kitchen there is a very useful pantry/utility room, with a further door leading out to a store. Between the kitchen and hall a door leads down to the cellar, which has two rooms, the first currently an extensive wine store and the second is where the heating system and pressurised tank reside but also has a vast amount of storage space.The immaculate rear garden can also be accessed from a further utility/boot room on the other side of the ground floor off the dining room. This boot room is an ideally located space for coming in from the many walks Frenchay and the surroundings has to offer as it has a door directly from the garage rather than having to walk through the main hall. The garage was formerly the ballroom which was added later than the original late 18th Century house and can easily hold two cars should the need arise.The first floor has three rooms, the current owners have a master bedroom with door to a dressing room, large enough to be a further bedroom if needed, and a contemporary shower room. The double bedroom to the rear of the first floor is currently a very comfortable study which has views over the walled garden and beyond over greenbelt land to the rear. On the opposite side of the house, on the half landing, is the guest suite which has two rooms and a shower room lending itself nicely to a relative’s independent space or guests as and when required. Ascending the final flight of stairs the second floor has three further bedrooms and a bathroom.The front and rear gardens have been immaculately kept by the current owners with a variety of different plants and shrub borders and an array of trees including bay and yew. The rear garden has high stone walls increasing the privacy and has been well landscaped to include an area laid to lawn, patio where outdoor furniture resides and a gravelled path which hugs the perimeter.
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26/05/2017 Property listed at £1,300,000
25/02/2017 Property listed at £1,450,000

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This property is marketed by

Fine & Country, Bristol

147 Whiteladies Road

Clifton

Bristol

BS8 2QT

Telephone: See phone number 0117 407 2282

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference 105256_116038. Details are provided and maintained by Fine & Country. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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