17, Beaufort Road, Clifton,
Sold @ Auction £1,070,000
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
GUIDE PRICE - £900,000
SOLD @ AUCTION - 1,070,000
LOT NUMBER 8
Wednesday 15th April 2015
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
Legal packs will be available for inspection from 18:00.
The sale will begin promptly at 19:00
17 Beaufort Road ( 4318 Sq Ft ) is an imposing semi-detached Victorian Freehold property of classic proportions with accommodation arranged over four floors. A large enclosed mature garden lies to the rear whilst to the front there is off street parking for one car with the potential to create further spaces. The property has flexible accommodation with an abundance of Victorian features including high ceilings with decorative cornices and central roses. From the upper floors of the building there are extensive views over the city to the open countryside beyond. The lower ground floor is, at present, self-contained but has the possibility to reinstate the original staircase to incorporate this accommodation into the main house. The patio is reached from the garden level whilst the main rear garden is accessed from the entrance porch located to the side of the property. There is always the possibility to access the garden from the main reception room to the rear of the house (subject to any necessary consents).
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The property is situated in a most desirable residential road within a short distance of Whiteladies Road and Clifton Down shopping centre with their comprehensive shopping facilities and eclectic range of restaurants. Clifton Lawn Tennis Club is adjacent whilst The Downs with its acres of open land bounded on the south western side by the spectacular Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge is also within a short distance. The University of Bristol is within one and a half miles whilst the Business, Shopping, Medical, Leisure and Entertainment Facilities associated with a vibrant city are to be found within very close proximity. There are excellent schools within walking distance including St Johns Junior school, Clifton College and Clifton High School.
Properties of this quality and proportion are rarely on the market so this presents a genuine opportunity to acquire an imposing Victorian mansion style house in one of the most prestigious roads in Clifton. Although requiring complete modernisation a renovated family home in this area should command a value in the region of £1.5m.
Alternatively, there is also the possibility of flat conversion development with the potential to create 4 - 8 units. ( Subject to obtaining any necessary planning and other consents).
The front garden has scope for off street parking for up to 4 vehicles ( Subject to gaining the necessary consents )
Also, the lower ground floor could provide a separate self-contained dwelling with the option to use the remainder of the house as a family home. (Subject, again ,to gaining the necessary consents )
Vacant possession upon completion
Hydes of Bristol.
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