34, Southwell Street, Kingsdown, BS2 8EJ
SOLD SUBJECT TO CONTRACT, £299,950
- Grade II Listed Period Home
- Charming Period Features
- Set Over Two Floors
- Separate Kitchen
- Gas Central Heating
- Courtyard Garden
- Complete Chain
34 Southwell Sreet in a highly unique Grade II listed 18th Century period property situated in a sought after Kingsdown location, constructed in 1742 the house oozes character and charm. The generous accommodation is set over two floors, the ground floor comprises open plan lounge, complete with ” parquet flooring” sash windows, shutters and period fireplace with granite hearth. A quirky separate kitchen is located to the rear, offering wall and base units with reclaimed wood doors, laminated work surfaces, sink/drainer and various appliances.
Located on the first floor level is a spacious double bedroom which spans the width of the property, offering a bay window to the front elevation, period fireplace and oak flooring. A quirky open plan landing currently used as a home office also resides on this level ( Potential to convert into 2nd bedroom subject to PP). Completing the accommodation is a contemporary finished family bathroom which has been renovated over recent years, tiled throughout with mains fed shower over bath, Velux window, low level W.C and wash basin. To the outside of the property ( Access via kitchen ) is an extremely private courtyard garden with an outside storage cupboard and raised patio area all of which enclosed by a stone boundary wall.
Prospective buyers should also note that the property has gas central heating ( Via Worcester combination boiler) and is within the “Kingsdown Residents Parking scheme”.
Southwell Street is located in the highly desirable residential suburb of Kingsdown / Cotham borders which is ideally positioned for access to Bristol University ( 0.2 Miles ) and the Bristol Royal Infirmary ( 0.1 Miles ) whilst the City Centre ( 0.4 Miles ), accessed via the historic Christmas Steps, provides a wide range of pubs, restaurants and shopping facilities including the recently developed Cabot Shopping Centre with its comprehensive range of high quality stores and individual shops. Further recreational and evening entertainment can be found in the Harbourside District. Clifton ( 0.9 Miles ) with its eclectic choice of independent bars, pubs and restaurants is easily accessible whilst more local shopping is available on St Michaels Hill including a newly refurbished Co-Op. Bristol Bus Station ( 0.4 Miles ) and Bristol Temple Meads ( 1.9 Miles ) offer excellent public transport whilst the M32 ( 1.3 Miles ) provides access to the regional motorway network.