Redcliffe Parade West, Redcliffe, £475,000
Redcliffe Place is a development of 14 modern apartments. Tucked away in a tranquil neighbourhood that many describe as one of the city's best kept secrets, it's just a stone's throw from the city's iconic Floating Harbour and Michelin-starred restaurant Casamia. This apartment’s spacious open-plan living, kitchen and dining area is found at the front of the building and benefits from three windows. Both bedrooms are of a very generous proportion and the master bedroom has an en suite shower room by Porcelanosa. The main bathroom, also by Porcelanosa, has a double-ended bath with a rain shower, while the Neptune-designed kitchen features beautiful white quartz work surfaces and integrated Neff appliances.
College Road, Bishopston, £389,000
Located in the ever popular Bishopston area of Bristol, this two-bedroom mews house is situated within walking distance of independent shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants. Offering flexible accommodation, this modern double-height property is positioned at the end of the building and offers a central landscaped courtyard and both front and rear aspects. The ground floor living area includes a contemporary kitchen with access to the galleried living area above. There are two double bedrooms off the main hallway – the master suite includes an en suite shower room.
Huller & Cheese, Redcliff Backs, £925,000
Two distinct buildings have been converted to create an exciting selection of contemporary apartments overlooking Bristol's Floating Harbour. Featuring exposed brick and iron work in Huller House and oversized windows and concrete columns in The Cheese Factory, the blend of the original features with stylish modern fittings offer a contemporary collection of homes. This three-bedroom triple-aspect penthouse apartment comes with full-height glazed windows and doors leading out to spacious terrace. The home comprises three double bedrooms, two en suites and a family bathroom, plus a contemporary open-plan kitchen and living/dining area with a central island.
Jays Close, Kingswood, £390,000
Kingswood is a popular urban area on the eastern border of Bristol. Perfect for growing families, the area has its own high street and shopping precinct, and a local OFSTED ‘outstanding’ school. This four-bedroom detached house comprises an entrance hall, lounge, study, kitchen/diner and downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor you’ll find four double bedrooms (one en suite) and a family bathroom. Outside is a larger-than-average rear garden with fantastic views across Bristol. Further benefits include two off-street parking spaces and a garage.
Cambridge Heights, Flax Bourton, £900,000
A luxury detached home with a hi-spec finish throughout, Cornwallis House is situated within a development of family homes and sits on a private plot which overlooks the surrounding countryside. This tranquil setting is ideal for those looking to enjoy village life within easy access of the city centre. The four-bedroom property has been very recently renovated: the entire ground floor plus all bathrooms benefit from underfloor heating; all rooms offer LED down-lighting; the bathrooms and tiling are supplied from boutique Core and Ore in Clifton Village; the kitchen is designed by Enne; and the interiors by SJP Interior Design in Clifton.
Lower Cheltenham Place, Bristol, £675,000
131 Lower Cheltenham place is a striking four-bedroom home designed by local RIBA architect Emmett Russell. The property has undergone a high-end interior makeover which has embraced the best of modernist style and functionality. The highlight must be the 15m bespoke open-plan, Neff appliance-filled kitchen/lounge/diner, abutted either end by large overhead roof lanterns which flood the room with natural light. The large kitchen island has been made from a reconditioned carpenter’s workbench and all work surfaces are solid surface 12mm Silestone. We’re also rather taken with the roof terrace – complete with an outdoor rolltop bath.
School Road, Oldland Common, £485,000
Situated on a quiet no-through road, this characterful house offers versatile family living with a large driveway and detached garage. The main reception room benefits from wood-effect vinyl flooring and twin French doors, which lead out to a westerly-facing decked terrace. Located to the rear of the property and spanning the full width of the house is the kitchen and breakfast room. The space comprises contemporary wall units and worktops and is flooded with light. On the first floor, a galleried landing gives access to all four bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Bathurst Parade, Harbourside, £800,000
Overlooking Bristol’s Bathurst Basin, Bathurst Parade is rich in Georgian period charm. Located in a sought-after location, known for its chic restaurants, shops and cafes, this four-bedroom family home sits adjacent to the bustling Wapping Wharf. Retaining a wealth of period detailing, the property features a spacious open-plan drawing room which stretches the full depth of the property, while the family farmhouse kitchen centres around the kitchen island and Aga. Outside, the property benefits from a private rear walled courtyard, which offers the perfect spot for al fresco dining and entertaining.
Hampden Road, Redland, £1,495,000
This five double-bedroom/three-bathroom home is a semi-detached townhouse that boasts modern design within a Victorian-period property. Encompassing 3,500sq ft, the house’s focal point is a striking semi open-plan kitchen/dining/living room complete with bi-folding doors. We’re big fans of its roof terrace, which comes with glass balustrades and views over the south-westerly facing rear garden – which also comprises a decked terrace and a hot tub. Set in popular Redland, the property is close to fashionable Whiteladies Road, Clifton Down shopping centre and Clifton Down station.
Spring Lane, East Dundry, £1,350,000
A wonderful double-fronted six-bedroom farmhouse, this property features five bathrooms, six reception rooms and rural south facing views throughout. What’s more, there’s extra accommodation in a separate barn (which has planning permission as a four-bed dwelling), landscaped gardens, plus 1.74 acres of grounds. Bought in 1992 as a derelict property, Manor Farmhouse has been sympathetically modernised and extended to create a wonderful family home. All main rooms feature flagstone floors, ornate ceiling cornices, panelled doors, archways and working fire places. A south-facing terrace leads down to the lawn and heated swimming pool, alongside a summer house and changing room.
Earthcott Green, Alveston, £1,375,000
Earthcott Green is a small hamlet in the parish of Alveston. The six-bedroom Blanches Farmhouse offers a beautifully presented family home which retains much of its original features: dating back to 1630, the farm has the added benefit of never being listed. There are generous spaces for entertaining – we like the L-shaped garden room that overlooks the grounds, which features a wooden vaulted ceiling, oak flooring and a log burning stove. A farmhouse kitchen features an Aga stove, ceramic double Belfast sink and high-end fitted appliances. The large garden is as well maintained as the property itself, and comes with mature shrubs and borders, a series of seating areas and terraces, a formal parterre box garden and a hidden vegetable garden.
North Green Street, Clifton, £699,950
A contemporary former chapel on the southern slopes of Clifton, this four-bedroom home offers accommodation over three floors and solid wood flooring throughout. The ground floor houses a modern kitchen (fully integrated with a Zanussi gas hob and oven grill) which flows into the sitting room/dining room. This room benefits from arched patio doors which open onto the sunny courtyard garden. The first floor offers a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms serviced by a family bathroom, and on the lower ground floor there is an additional bedroom with an en suite shower room and family room/play room.
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