Clifton, Bristol, £465,000
This beautifully presented two-bedroom flat is situated just short walk away from Whiteladies Road. The light-filled accommodation includes a spacious open-plan kitchen/sitting room with a large bay window, two good sized double bedrooms (one en-suite) and a separate bathroom. The property contains a number of period features, such as ornate cornicing, but is decorated in a smart and contemporary style. To the front of the property is a communal front garden.
Montpellier, Bristol, £225,000
This newly converted one-bedroom apartment is located close to the city centre and Temple Meads Station and is an excellent prospect for first time buyers. The property has a large open-plan living room/kitchen which is filled with light. The kitchen is brand new and offers a range of stylish grey base and wall units, an integrated fridge/freezer, oven and hob, washing machine/tumble dryer and dishwasher. The master bedroom is a generous double and the bathroom has a slate-tile floor and marble-effect wall tiles, along with a modern three-piece suite.
Lime Kiln Road, Bristol, £650,000
This two-bedroom apartment is situated on the ground floor of Oculus House, a Grade II-listed building formally known as Purifier House West. The flat offers an open-plan living space with direct access onto a large, west facing terrace. There are two double bedrooms, and the master bedroom benefits from an en-suite bathroom. Expect a contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances, a sleek separate bathroom and high-spec living areas and bedrooms.
Clifton, Bristol, £495,000
This light and well-proportioned accommodation includes a large drawing room and a kitchen/dining room with direct access to the rear garden. The highlight has to be the bespoke kitchen from Parlour Farm, which offers an abundance of storage units and Corian work surfaces; a large island with breakfast bar, sink and mixer tap; plumbing for a large American style fridge/freezer; space for a large six-ring hob and cooker; an integrated dishwasher; a bespoke corner cupboard which acts as a utility room hiding the washing machine and tumble dryer; space for a large table and chairs; and French doors which lead to the garden. Also comes with off-street parking.
Emersons Green, Bristol, £550,000
This four-bedroom period-style barn conversion offers plenty of character. On the ground floor you’ll find a cosy family lounge complete with exposed beams and a smart kitchen/diner with a utility room and WC. On the first floor is a galleried landing with a master bedroom (complete with en-suite), a second double bedroom and family bathroom. Finally, on the first floor are two more double bedrooms. In the garden, you’ll find a lawn, patio, raised flower beds and borders, trees and shrubs, gated side access and a timber garden shed.
Keynsham, Bristol, £750,000
Part of the historical conservation area of Dapps Hill, this property has undergone an extensive renovation over recent years and now offers restored character among modern day comforts. Expect to find exposed original stonework, restored chimney breasts and parquet flooring. Originally four separate dwellings, the property now comprises one main house with three bedrooms, plus a separate one-bedroom annex – perfect for holiday lets. Spanning a third of an acre, the gardens mix expert landscaping with a natural backdrop. We like that the property backs into the River Chew.
Stoke Gifford, Bristol, £489,000
The four-bedroom detached house is a traditional family home with bay windows, a covered porch and classically styled front and garage doors. Upstairs features three double bedrooms and a generous single, with an en-suite in the master bedroom. You'll also find plenty of built-in storage off the central landing, as well as family bathroom. On the ground floor is a large lounge and a spacious open-plan kitchen/diner, which stretches across the back of the house, with a designer-fitted kitchen, integrated appliances and a wall of glass which lets the light flood in through the double-width patio doors.
Redhill, Bristol, £550,000
This well-presented four-bedroom house has a south facing aspect and rural views. Part of Butcombe Court, the property lies in an attractive parkland setting with a tree-lined drive. Mulberry House is a pretty country house and has a large entertaining terrace running the full width of the property. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall that leads into the sitting room on one side and the kitchen/breakfast room to the other – both rooms are spacious, have high ceilings and are full of natural light. Across the drive is a walled garden, double garage, workshop and studio.
Siston Court, Bristol, £1,250,000
Siston Court is a stunning Grade I-listed Tudor mansion with five bedrooms and 1.3 acres of gardens. Originally built in the late 16th century, the house was used to house evacuees during WWII and later subdivided into six individual houses after the war. All independent properties, Siston Court is one of the finest sections of the mansion,and offers a formal entrance porch as well as a plethora of original period features, such as stone fireplaces and mullion windows. We love the kitchen/breakfast room, which has a range of hand-built wooden units sympathetic to the origins of the building, integrated appliances and not one but two Aga cookers.
Alveston, Bristol, £1,375,000
Blanches Farmhouse is a beautiful family home that dates back to 1630. Within, expect generous spaces for entertaining, including an L-shaped garden room that overlooks the grounds and contains a wooden vaulted ceiling, oak flooring and a substantial log burning stove. There are two equally spacious reception rooms, while a family room has three floor-to-ceiling French doors which overlooking the garden. A farmhouse kitchen features an Aga stove, ceramic double Belfast sink and high-end fitted appliances. The large gardens are as well maintained as the property, with mature shrubs and borders and a series of seating areas, terraces and a hidden vegetable garden.
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