The Coach House, Church Road ( Rear of The Gables ), Leigh Woods,
Sold @ Auction £290,000
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
*** SOLD - £290,000 ***
1LOT NUMBER 12
Wednesday 1st October 2014
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 can really be described as a charming building. This unique period coach house is almost in original form and comprises a detached building constructed of engineering redbrick under a Broseley tiled roof with a spiral turreted stairwell leading to the first floor accommodation which comprises two sizeable loft storage rooms. The former stable retains a wealth of original features with leaded light windows, a herringbone stone patterned floor and timber wall panelling. A workshop at one end still contains the original work benches. Tack room with full height glazed display cabinets. Stable and coach house garaging with an inspection pit. measuring approximately 52m with full height double doors leads onto Church Road. There is an attractive and mature garden to the rear of the property.
The property is situated in one of the most attractive roads in Leigh Woods very close to the historic “Arts and Crafts” church in this prestigious leafy suburb. The Coach House is located within a few hundred yards of the historic Clifton Suspension Bridge and spectacular Avon Gorge. Clifton village with its “Chelsea” style ambiance and eclectic range of shops and restaurants is within a short walk whilst the city centre is within approximately three miles. The M5 motorway can be accessed at nearby Portbury connecting with the M4 Motorway just to the north of Bristol. The university of Bristol is within a few miles together with other educational institutions whilst the business, shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities of this major city are all easily accessible. Within a few hundred yards of Ashton Court Estate this prestigious house offers the ideal position for those seeking a quasi-country location house with all the facilities of a city in closed proximity.
Clifton village 0.6 miles; Bristol Airport 8.7 miles; Bristol Temple Meads 3.6 miles; M5 (J 19) 3.8 miles. Distances Approx.
To create a charming home from an outstandingly pretty and original coach house in one of the most desirable locations in Bristol.
(Subject to Gaining the necessary Consents )
We are not aware of any previous residential planning applications made for The Coach House – buyers must make their own enquiries with the local authority.
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