An attractive 1930's semi detached house of the popular "halls adjoining" design in an ideal position away from the Bath Road yet within easy walking distance of the village centre and the old village High Street. A superb family home. Read more
An attractive 1930's semi detached house of the popular "halls adjoining" design in an ideal position away from the Bath Road yet within easy walking distance of the village centre and the old village High Street. A superb family home.
* Immaculately presented * sensitively modernised with retained character * entrance porch * hallway * sitting room * separate dining room * contemporary kitchen * large utility/breakfast room * downstairs cloak/wc * 4 good size bedrooms * family bathroom * ample driveway parking * garage * large garden *
DIRECTIONS: From our office in Bath Road Saltford proceed into Beech Road and the property will be found on the right hand side.
This classic 1930's built semi detached house offers particularly generous proportions throughout with excellent room sizes. The property is immaculately presented and has been updated while still preserving the character of the period including panelled internal doors, picture rails and oak strip flooring which is successfully fused with modern features such as the attractive contemporary kitchen and modern white bathroom suite.
On the ground floor there are two good size reception rooms in addition to the kitchen and a large utility room which could easily function as a breakfast room if required. There is clear potential to provide a large open plan kitchen, dining and living space if required. There is also the advantage of a cloakroom with wc on the ground floor. Upstairs there are four well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is ample parking with an extensive driveway to the front and a good size garage together with a delightful 75ft level rear garden.
The property is situated very favourably just a few minutes walk to the village shops and amenities and around the corner from the picturesque old village High Street with its riverside walks, the Bristol to Bath cycle path and local hostelries.
Saltford is an excellent strategic location between the cities of Bristol and Bath offering a range of village amenities and excellent local schools, both the village primary school and Wellsway at Keynsham. The cities of Bristol and Bath are within easy reach by road and public transport.
In fuller detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
PORCH: Double glazed entrance door with coloured leaded glazing. Double glazed windows to front and side aspect, tiled floor. Built in seating with storage beneath. Glazed inner door and double glazed side window leading to
HALLWAY: Oak strip flooring, radiator, picture rail. Staircase rising to first floor with spindle balustrading, panelled lower walls, deep understairs storage cupboard.
SITTING ROOM: 4.12m x 3.67m (13' 6" x 12') Double glazed window to front aspect, oak strip flooring, picture rail, radiator. Attractive feature fireplace.
DINING ROOM: 3.97m x 3.96m (13' x 13') Double glazed french doors and side windows leading to rear garden, oak strip flooring, picture rail. Reconstructed stone fireplace with living flame gas fire. Radiator.
KITCHEN: 5.0m x 2.0m (16' 4" x 6' 6") Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, tiled floor, radiator. Furnished with an excellent range of gloss cream wall and floor units in a contemporary style with drawer and cupboard storage space, contrasting work surfaces and tiled surrounds. Inset stainless steel one and a quarter bowl sink unit with mixer tap, built in four ring gas hob with extractor above and double oven beneath. Integrated dishwasher.
UTILITY ROOM: 4.10m x 2.50m (13' 5" x 8' 2") Double glazed windows to side and rear aspects and double glazed Velux style roof window, tiled floor. Fitted modern units with work surfaces above, plumbing for automatic washing machine, built in microwave, ceiling mounted downlighters, radiator, double glazed door to outside.
CLOAK/WC: Tiled floor. White suite with chrome finished fittings comprising low level wc, wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and tiled splash back, heated towel rail, extractor fan, ceiling mounted downlighters.
LANDING: Built in book shelving, access to roof space.
BEDROOM ONE: 4.95m into bay x 3.18m Double glazed bay window to front aspect, exposed floor boards, picture rail, radiator, built in wardrobes and bedside tables (included in measurements).
BEDROOM TWO: 3.98m x 3.30m (13' x 10' 9") Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden with views to Kelston Roundhill, radiator, picture rail, exposed floor boards, built in wardrobe (included in measurements).
BEDROOM THREE: 3.20m (10' 5") plus door recess x 2.78m (9' 1") Double glazed window to rear with views to Kelston Roundhill. Radiator, picture rail.
BEDROOM FOUR: 2.94m x 2.64m (9' 7" x 8' 7") Double glazed window to front aspect, exposed floor boards, radiator. Built in wardrobes (included in measurements).
BATHROOM: 2.68m x 1.71m (8' 9" x 5' 7") Two double obscure glazed windows to side aspect. Fully tiled walls and tiled floor, ceiling mounted downlighters. Contemporary suite in white with chrome finished fittings comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin with cupboard beneath, low level wc and corner shower enclosure with Triton shower, heated towel rail, shaver point.
To the FRONT of the property there is a stone walled boundary to Beech Road with an extensive gravelled driveway, parking and turning area providing the approach to the garage. The driveway is flanked by mature flower and shrub borders and the property is well set back from Beech Road.
ATTACHED GARAGE: 5.79m (19') (reducing to 4.07m (13' 4")) x 3.92m (12' 10") (reducing to 2.54m (8' 3"). Approached by an electrically operated up and over entrance door. Power, light and water connected. There is a storage loft and the garage houses a wall mounted Vaillant gas fired combination boiler. There is a double glazed personal door to the rear of the garage which leads to the garden.
The LARGE LEVEL REAR GARDEN is a particular feature of the property being some 23m (75ft) deep x 11m (36ft) wide. The garden is level, laid to lawn with richly stocked flower and shrub borders, an ornamental pond and a number of trees. At the far end of the garden lies an established vegetable plot. An aluminium framed greenhouse, large timber shed and summer house (which is positioned for the evening sun) are included in the asking price. There is an outside tap as well as an ornamental pond and various paved patio terraces. The garden is a most appealing feature of the property.
Council Tax: According to the Valuation Office Agency website, cti.voa.gov.uk the present Council Tax Band for the property is E. Please note that change of ownership is a relevant transaction that can lead to the review of the existing council tax banding assessment.
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