10, Pembroke Vale, Clifton,
Sold @ Auction £790,000
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
SOLD @ AUCTION - £790,000
LOT NUMBER 22
Wednesday 3rd June 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
This is a quintessential Victorian semi-detached stone built villa ( 2412 Sq Ft ) with Bath stone elevations to the front elevation and rendered walls to the side and rear elevations. The accommodation is arranged over three floors, the top floor, originally designed for live-in staff. The house has all the character associated with this prosperous period of Victorian building when Clifton was developed as an elegant and prestigious suburb with such unique features as Clifton College, The Observatory, Clifton Suspension Bridge and The Downs adding to the unusual delights of this predominantly period area. The property has been a family home for some considerable time and is now in need of some modernisation and up-grading. The ground floor has three elegant reception rooms with ceiling cornices plus a kitchen and the usual offices. The first floor currently has three bedrooms, the fourth has been made into a dressing room but could easily be re-instated. The top floor has two further rooms. To the rear of the property is an enclosed west facing garden. The recently introduced Residents Parking Scheme will considerably add to the attraction of this peaceful road.
Pembroke Vale is a very special road in many ways, not least, because of its location within the ambiance of the Close of Clifton College with its vast open space, the size of the houses which has meant that have remained as family homes and the short length of the road which has created a friendly neighbourhood atmosphere. The Downs with its acres of open land bounded on the south western side by the spectacular Avon Gorge and historic Clifton Suspension Bridge is nearby together with Clifton Village with its eclectic range of shops and restaurants and “Chelsea” style streets and pavement cafes. Equally, Queens Road and the University of Bristol together with other educational institutions are within easy reach together with the business areas, the entertainment , leisure and shopping facilities to be found in this vibrant west country city with its famous academic and business ethos. There are excellent communications in that the M32, The M5 and the M4 are within relatively short driving distances and there are high speed train services to London and most parts of the country.
The property now requires complete updating but has the scope to create an attractive 5 / 6 bedroom family home in one of the most prestigious roads of this internationally famous and unique Victorian Bristol suburb.
8 Week completion or earlier by mutual consent.
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