4 Bedroom Home – For Sale

For Sale

Alfred Place, BS2 8HD

£795,000

Property features

Bedrooms

4 Bedrooms

Bathrooms

2 Bathrooms

Reception Room

2 Reception Rooms

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Property Features

  • Fabulous Grade Two Listed Townhouse
  • A Great Family Home Built In c1788
  • Combining The Best Of Contemporary Living With Period Features
  • A Wealth Of Charming Period Features
  • Wonderfully Proportioned Rooms
  • Lovely Walled Garden To The Rear
  • 3 Fantastic Reception Rooms
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms and a Wetroom
  • Brilliant Location For University, Hospital and Schools
  • 5 Floors Of Refurbished And Reconfigured Accommodation
  • Beautifully Presented And Well Appointed
  • A Vibrant And Friendly Community
  • UNEXPECTEDLY RE AVAILABLE - NOT DUE TO THE PROPERTY

Property Summary

UNEXPECTEDLY RE AVAILABLE - NOT DUE TO THE PROPERTY. A fabulous 4 bedroom, Mid Georgian, Grade II Listed Family Townhouse with 3 reception rooms. Completely refurbished by the current owners, the well presented and generously proportioned versatile accommodation is in a great family area, and benefits from a charming walled garden. A must see for any discernible purchaser.

Full Details

Hopewell are privileged to bring to market this delightful property, that offers the opportunity for a discerning buyer to acquire a fine Grade II Listed family home. Dating from circa 1788, the handsome facade is Stucco finished with attractive brick and limestone dressings. There are beautiful sash windows creating a four story bay, and attractive wrought iron railings and light well grills that have been sympathetically refurbished and are finished by a rare and elegant lamp basket.


The inside of this family home is fabulous, it oozes classical features with some contemporary finishes. They work extremely well together combining the convenience of modern living with the charm of a fine mid Georgian property. The room sizes are well proportioned and comfortable, and have a bright and light feel due to the large sash bay windows to the South West elevation, as well as the lovely arched sash window, and dormer window that allow natural light to poor into the stairwell. The principle living and entertaining accommodation occupies the ground and lower ground floors, with the Four Double bedrooms, two bathrooms and the wet room on the upper floors.


The property has been completely refurbished and reconfigured by the current owners, using the renowned Bristol Architectural practice Richard Pedlar Architects, who specialises in conservation and urban design. Of particular note, is the pair of newly formed dormer windows to the rear aspect, that transform the top floor.The lower ground floor has been completely opened up, and retains some wonderful features from the old scullery, whilst being lit by a contemporary shadow gap lighting system that creates a very versatile living space. 


Number 28 forms part of one of Bristol's favoured residential terraces, and as such any new buyer will find that they are instantly welcomed into a friendly, family environment. Kingdsown has a vibrant community with good access to local shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes. It is ideally situated for the BRI, the University and some of Bristol's top schools.


Hopewell highly recommend a viewing of this special property at the soonest opportunity, as properties of this calibre, in such a great location, do not come to market very often.


Approach
Alfred Place is a beautiful Grade II listed mid Georgian terrace, and number 28 occupies one of the largest plots on the right as one ascends the road. Wrought Iron railings enclose winder stairs that lead to a 6 panel wooden front door with glass picture window over and surrounded by a brick semicircular archway with stepped keys and alternate stone blocks. The railings form a rare and elegant lamp basket.

Hallway
Wooden floor boards are dressed with skirting, that is complemented by matching dado rail and architrave, there are ornate ceiling mouldings and light roses. A lovely staircase with ornate wooden panelling to the side, ascends to the upper floors with open balustrade, wooden treads and risers and a wonderful winding handrail that continues to the top floor. There is a semicircular arch on fluted pilasters, a wooden panelled back door with glass inserts, a doorway to the lower ground floor, and further doorways to:

Family Living Room
3.9m x 3.4m (12' 10" x 11' 2") Sash windows over wooden panelling form a bay to the front aspect allowing natural light to flood into this lovely room. There is a wooden floor dressed with skirting which complements the matching architrave. A slate hearth within a brick fireplace houses a log burner, with integrated shelved alcoves to either side. There is a lovely feature archway, for which the current owners still have the original pair of semi circular wooden and glass panelled doors, that leads to the kitchen area. There is a ceiling light point within the rose, and a wealth of electrical points and sockets.

Kitchen
3.9m x 2.9m (12' 10" x 9' 6") A sash window to the rear aspect overlooks the garden, a wooden floor is dressed with skirting that matches the architrave and complements the ceiling mouldings. A contemporary shaker style fitted kitchen with a wide range of wall and base units is finished with a solid oak work top and is tiled to splash back. The kitchen incorporates a sink with drainer that is serviced via a swan neck chrome finished mixer tap, there is an integrated dishwasher, as well as an electric hob with mosaic full height splash back, complemented by an electric pyrolytic double oven with microwave combi oven and separate warmer drawer. The kitchen benefits from pelmet lighting as well as ceiling mounted down lighters. There is a wealth of electrical points and switches and a doorway leads to:

Utility/Cloak Room
A window to the side aspect, wooden floors dressed with skirting. There is space plumbing and power for a washing machine, power and external venting for a dryer, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin.

Dining Room
3.7m x 3.6m (12' 2" x 11' 10") Accessed via a staircase from the hallway, this is a fabulous room. There is a pair of casement windows to the rear aspect light well. Original flagstone floors, original stone and brick scullery cooker, large integrated fireplace, archway to large walk in cellar, doorway to an under stair cupboard. The period features are complemented by a stylish "Shadow Gap" lighting system. The open plan knock through to the sitting room.

Sitting Room
4.6m x 3.6m (15' 1" x 11' 10") Sash windows over wooden panelling form a bay into a light well on front aspect, flagstone floor, ceiling mounted down lighters with stylish shadow gap lighting, slate hearth and fireplace housing a log burner, hidden doorway to meter cupboard.

Landings
This wonderful mid Georgian Townhouse boasts 3 landings, on the first and second floors the stairs ,with mahogany handrail, ascend and descend. There is an arched sash window at mezzanine, ceiling mouldings and skirting. On the top floor the space has been adapted to create a useful workstation, as well as access to the loft.

Master Bedroom
4.9m x 3.9m (16' 1" x 12' 10") Excluding Bay. On the first floor, with sash windows over wooden panelling to form a bay to the front aspect allowing natural light to flood into this lovely room. The skirting matches the architrave and complements the ceiling mouldings. There is a bespoke Super king sized fitted bed head protecting a hidden fireplace, with double fitted wardrobes to each side. There is an array of electrical sockets and switches. The ceiling rose houses a light point.

Bathroom
A window to the rear aspect. Wooden floors are dressed by skirting which matches the architrave. A freestanding roll edged bath, twin wash basins are set on fitted bathroom cabinetry, which also houses the gas fired boiler to service domestic hot water and central heating. there is a fireplace with mantle over and a open walkway into a wet room which is fully tiled with integrated shelves housing a chrome finished double shower with large ceiling rose and separate handset. There is a window to the side aspect.

Bedroom 2
4.9m x 3.9m (16' 1" x 12' 10") On the second floor, with sash windows over wooden panelling form a bay to the front aspect allowing natural light to flood into the room. Skirting matches the architrave and ceiling mouldings and a rose house an electrical light fitting.

Bedroom 4
3.9m x 2.9m (12' 10" x 9' 6") On the second floor with a sash window to the rear aspect. Skirting with matching architrave , and there are ceiling mouldings and a rose that house an electrical light fitting.

Bedroom 3
4.6m x 3.4m (15' 1" x 11' 2") On the top floor with some reduced height. Window to the front aspect, integrated fireplace, large walk in cupboard, skirting.

Bathroom
Dormer window to the rear aspect, tiled floor, partially tiled walls, walk in double shower with chrome finished shower and white shower tray. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC.

Gardens
11.5m x 5.5m (37' 9" x 18' 1") This is a delightful walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn with boarders of mature trees and shrubs. Accessed directly from the ground floor, this level garden has the benefit of an attractive patio area.

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