Est. mortgage is £1,912 a month
Greenbank Road, Greenbank, Bristol Bs5 6HD
"A House by any other name would look as..."
Hunters of Easton are delighted to present, "Rock Leigh" (meaning 'The Wood Of Rook), a handsome three double bedroom, double bay, stone fronted Victorian terrace home.
Elevated on the hip and burgeoning Greenbank Road, being home to the Greenbank pub, Matter Whole foods, the Wine store and Este kitchen. This lovely family home presents eclectic and generous living spaces throughout, with open plan lounge through dining room, full width kitchen diner, a stylish ball and claw bathroom, and an impressive Attic dormer. Period features and a low maintenance garden completes this cool and contemporary home.
Entrance Hall - Entered via a wood effect, glass inset paneled door, with transom above, into the Vestibule, with a period wood and leaded glass paneled door. Into the hallway. wall mounted utility meters elevated to the side aspect, wall mounted radiator, stripped and varnished floorboards, electric lights and sockets, coving to ceiling. Stairs ascending to first floor with storage space into the stair well.
Living Room - Entered via a square archway from the dining room or a period wood paneled door from the hallway. A naturally sunny room, illuminated from its bay fronted double glazed windows, the floorboards have been restored and varnished. A chimney breast adorned with a wooden mantle fireplace. Period coving, electric lights and sockets and a wall mounted radiator. Square archway into the dining room.
Dining Room - Entered by either a wood paneled door from the entrance hall or an arch from the kitchen/breakfast room. Laid to stripped and manicured floorboards,chimney breast adorned with a period cast metal fireplace surround with hearth and grate. Electric lights and sockets and a wall mounted radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - A welcoming and industious space, commanding the full width of the house, and illuminated by double glazed french doors to the rear garden aspect and a velux style sklight above.
A Breakfast bar island ergonomically divides the room, and houses an inset belfast sink with classic bridge sink mixer tap. A range of matching wall and base units, with solid wooden square edge work surfaces, the chimney breast has been opened and provides space for a cooker with an extractor hood over. A compact utility provides plumbing for washing machine. Accessed from the dining room, or from the hallway. Finished and complimented with wood effect laminated flooring, coving and spotlights.
Bathroom - A generous space, displaying a classic Edwardian style, three piece bathroom suite. Comprising a low level, close coupled W.C., a tradiotional style "Ball and claw" bathtub abuting the wall, with lever mixer tap and an electric shower over, counter top, wash hand basin atop vanity unit with traditional bridge sink mixer. Finished with stylish decorative tiled surrounds, wood effect laminate flooring, wall mounted heated towel rail/radiator, electric lights, cupboard housing a gas combination boiler.
Located at the rear annexe of the property to the top of the stairs on the first floor, and accessed via a wood paneled door.
Master Bedroom - A bay fronted bedroom, spaning the full width of the property, being located to the front elevation of the house. Double glazed windows into the bay and a further adjacent window to the side. The room is carpeted with electric lights and sockets.
Bedroom Two - Located on the first floor, this double bedroom looks out to the rear aspect of the property, a picture window looking out over the rear garden. There is a Victorian style fireplace adorning the chimney breast. The room is carpeted, electric lights and sockets and a wall mounted radiator.
Attic - Located to the top floor of the property. The loft has been extended with a dormer to the rear aspect with a double glazed picture window displaying views over Purdown and Stoke park. There are a further two skylight windows to the front aspect of the property, storage cupboards into the eaves. The room is accessed via a wooden fire door from the landing on the second floor, the landing has a singular UPVC double glazed window. There are electric lights and sockets and a wall mounted radiator.
Garden - Located to the rear of the property, the garden is accessed via the french double glazed doors which leads to the elevated wooden decking area. There are steps down to an artificial grass effect area. Enclosed and boundried by
timber fencing, with raised sleeper shrub and flowerbed borders.
72 St Marks Road, Bristol, BS5 6JH
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