An elegant and sophisticated Grade II listed Georgian townhouse on the doorstep of Clifton Village, beautifully renovated throughout, enjoying a covered balcony with fantastic views and landscaped gardens.
With a grand entrance hall, the ground floor of this stunning house comprises of a recently fitted Neptune kitchen with marble worktops and a range of integral appliances including dual "Fisher and Paykel" dishwasher and six ring "Rangemaster". The spacious dining room with high ceilings and restored wood floors, boasts a gas fireplace and plantation shutters. There is also a downstairs cloakroom.
To the first floor, the elegant sitting room with dual aspect and Georgian sash windows leads out to the covered, wrought iron balcony and has far reaching views of the Paragon and Avon Gorge. The room further benefits from a feature fireplace, high ceilings and is flooded with natural light. A spacious double bedroom with large wardrobes completes the accommodation on this floor.
The master bedroom is found on the top floor, and boasts an en-suite shower room and separate luxurious bathroom. There is also access to loft storage areas.
Finally, the lower ground floor offers a flexible area, currently arranged as a guest bedroom, fourth double bedroom / home office with internet connections, and a shower room, plus separate utility room. Alternatively the floor could be used as a self-contained apartment with its own entrance from the patio garden.
The spectacular views from this wonderful house, one of the most sought after addresses in Clifton, is only a short walk to Clifton Village with its numerous restaurants, coffee-shops and independent boutiques. Clifton's proximity to Avon Gorge and Isambard Kingdom Brunel's iconic Suspension bridge makes it the number one destination for buyers relocating from London to Bristol. Furthermore, Leigh Woods and The Durdham Downs, with over 400 acres of open recreational space, are ideal for running, cycling and dog walking.
The south west facing courtyard garden enjoys the afternoon sunshine, and the wrought iron, canopied, first floor balcony, accessed from the sitting room, enjoys far reaching views.