Under Offer £318,500 - Semi-Detached House
Very spacious and offering light, bright and airy accommodation throughout, this is an extremely well-presented semi, with a large garden, a garage and additional parking, set in a quiet but wonderfully convenient cul-de-sac.
Light and bright, this is a spacious semi-detached home which is beautifully presented throughout. The perfect setting for a growing family, the accommodtaion on the ground floor is essentially open-plan as the accommodation sweeps you from the entrance hall, into a modern fitted kitchen, and through into a large lounge/diner. Behind these you will find a conservatory and utility room, which provide space for substantial extension (subject to appropriate consents being obtained). Upstairs are three bedrooms, one of which has a full wall of built-in storage, plus a modern white bathroom. Large windows in all of these rooms maintain the theme of light and airiness that is so evident downstairs. Whilst the overall feel of the property is very contemporary, the fantasic sliding living room door, reclaimed from a church in Portishead, provides a wonderful contrast. The gardens to front and rear are of a good size, level and reasonably secluded, with patio areas and lawns at the rear enjoying the sunshine during most of the day, and the overhang of the roof at the front (coupled with the house fronting onto grassland and a footpath, rather than a road) providing a great spot to catch the last of the sun’s rays while sipping your favourite evening tipple. To the rear is a detached garage, plus off-street parking for two cars.
Council Tax Band: Band C (£2053.44 2023/4)
Entrance Hall w: 13′ 6″ x l: 5′ 10″ (w: 4.11m x l: 1.78m)
Partly double-glazed front door; double-glazed window to side; staircase rising to first floor over built-in storage cupboard which houses Worcester gas-fired combi boiler; laminate flooring; double radiator; doorway into Kitchen; fantastic oak sliding door (reclaimed from a church!) into…
Lounge/Diner w: 22′ 10″ x l: 12′ 1″ (w: 6.96m x l: 3.68m)
Large double-glazed window to front; half-glazed door and full-height windows to Conservatory at rear; laminste flooring; TV pt; wide opening, with divider providing worktop/breakfast bar, into…
Kitchen w: 8′ 10″ x l: 7′ 11″ (w: 2.69m x l: 2.41m)
Window into Utility Room at rear; range of fitted base and wall units in very modern white finish, with marble-effect worktops and tiled upstands; inset black sink with mixer tap; built-in Bosch electric oven and 5-ring gas hob, with tiled splashback and chimney hood; space for fridge/freezer; plumbing for dishwasher.
Conservatory w: 10′ 6″ x l: 7′ 11″ (w: 3.2m x l: 2.41m)
Glazed door and windows to rear; window to side; ceiling partially translucent plastic for extra light; double radiator; doorway into…
Utility Room w: 7′ 9″ x l: 7′ 6″ (w: 2.36m x l: 2.29m)
Glazed door and window to rear; plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer; tiled floor; partial translucent plastic roof.
Double-glazed widnow to side; access hatch and drop-down ladder up to floored and insulated loft space (currently used as a sewing room); timber balustrade.
Bedroom One w: 12′ 9″ x l: 10′ 7″ (w: 3.89m x l: 3.23m)
Wide dormer window to front; excellent range of built-in wardrobes across one entire wall; double radiator.
Bedroom Two w: 10′ 8″ x l: 9′ 8″ (w: 3.25m x l: 2.95m)
Wide dormer window to rear; double radiator.
Bedroom Three w: 8′ 11″ x l: 7′ 5″ (w: 2.72m x l: 2.26m)
Dormer window to front; stairs bulkhead incorporating built-in storage space with large shelf over (baby changing unit potential?); radiator.
Bathroom w: 7′ 4″ x l: 5′ 6″ (w: 2.24m x l: 1.68m)
Frosted dormer window to rear; modern white suite of w.c. and cabinet including countersunk wash basin and mixer tap, with half-tiled wall behind, and panelled bath with tiled surround, glazed screen and mixer tap/shower attachment; painted timber-clad ceiling; towel rail radiator,
Front Garden w: 20′ 3″ x l: 22′ (w: 6.17m x l: 6.71m)
Laid to lawn with low fenced surround; concrete path across front of house, with canopy over providing space for sit out; path to side of house leading to…
Covered lean-to area to side of house; outside tap; path continues to…
Rear Garden w: 48′ x l: 25′ (w: 14.63m x l: 7.62m)
Full-width paved patio, lawns, concrete path, and additional concrete patio next to Garage; fended surround with double gates to rear.
Garage w: 20′ x l: 8′ 11″ (w: 6.1m x l: 2.72m)
Detached, to the rear; block-built under corrugated roof; up-and-over door; door and windows to side (onto Rear Garden); light and power.
Off-street parking for two cars to the rear of the property.
Many people think of Yate as a New Town, constructed following the Second World War, and to a certain degree this is true. But Yate actually dates back thousands of years, and it is thought its name is derived from an Anglo-Saxon word meaning “gate”. An “American-style” shopping mall was built in the 1960s (as was much of the housing we see today, including this house), and still exists – nowadays enhanced by various supermarkets, eateries and other businesses in the locality. All of this is within a 5 minute drive or 30 minute walk of this property. Closer to home are various schools, which will please parents, and parks (including The Common and Kingsgate Park) which should make dog-owners happy! Yate Rail Station is less than a mile away, providing hourly services between Gloucester to the north and Westbury in Wiltshire, via Bristol Temple Meads, and regular bus services from the park-and-ride run into Central Bristol, Winterbourne, Kingswood and Filton College.
Council Tax Band
Band C (£2053.44 2023/4).
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