4 Bedroom Home – For Sale

For Sale

John Repton Gardens, BS10 6TH

£595,000 Guide Price

Property features

Bedrooms

4 Bedrooms

Bathrooms

2 Bathrooms

Reception Room

2 Reception Rooms

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Property Features

  • Lovely detached Family home in a popular location
  • Modern executive development
  • Situated on a quite Cul-De-Sac
  • Well appointed, and beautifully presented
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room with Separate Utility Room
  • Master Bedroom with En suite plus three further double bedrooms
  • South East facing level private garden
  • Good local primary and secondary schools
  • Easy Access to the city centre and motorway network
  • Integral single garage, plus parking for at 2 cars
  • Good access to local primary and secondary schools

Property Summary

A beautiful modern detached property with four double bedrooms in a popular location, with separate kitchen/Breakfast, Dining and Sitting rooms. This well proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors and level South East facing garden this is an opportunity to acquire a lovely family home.

Full Details

John Repton was an acclaimed architect in the late 18th and early 19th century. He was renowned for preparing architectural designs to complement architectural landscape design, the principle of which forms an integral part of this modern development. The entrance to the "Executive" development is through impressive stone pillars, and the road continues passing numerous examples of landscaping and well maintained planting giving the impression and feeling of comfort that this is a well run development. Number three John Repton Gardens forms part of an exclusive cul-de-sac.


Hopewell have been instructed to seek a discerning buyer who is looking to procure a beautiful detached family home with a lovely sunny level garden. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and benefits from comfortable proportions. It is a very fair family home with four double bedrooms, the master with an en suite, to prevent sibling rivalry over room sizes. The kitchen Breakfast room is well appointed, the dining room is accessed from both the kitchen/breakfast and the sitting rooms, and the Sitting room has a lovely bay window and fire place with mantle and surround.


The South East facing level gardens are to the rear of the property and are mostly laid to lawn, although they do have some formal landscaped areas. The gardens can be accessed via the large double glazed french patio doors from the dining room, once these doors are open it really connects the patio and dining area making it an ideal space for sunshine breakfast, or indeed "al fresco" living throughout the day. The level garden is a generous size, and is mostly laid to lawn.


Royal Victoria park is a suburb situated to the North West of Bristol, and as such offers good access to not only Bristol City Centre, but also the motorway network. Royal Victoria Park is a popular family location, and is ideally positioned only a quarter of a mile away from ofsted "Outstanding" Little Mead Primary Academy. The local secondary schools are close, with Bristol Free School being within walking distance. This area forms a strong catchment area for Bristol's independent schools such as Bristol Grammar School, QEH or Badminton. Perceived as a development of "Luxury Executive" homes, Royal Victoria Park has historically attracted young professional families, and in particular medics as it is well positioned to service Southmead Hospital.


Hopewell believe that this property offers a wonderful opportunity for a family to create a lovely home. The convenient location, well proportioned rooms and the ability to live "al fresco" will appeal to many purchasers, so Hopewell recommend a prompt viewing of this property so as to avoid the obvious disappointment of missing out.

Approach
This modern development, which was built circa 20 Years ago, is accessed via impressive stone pillars. The paved roadway leads past numerous landscaped areas that benefit from hard landscaping complemented by mature trees and shrubs. The roadway leads to John Repton Gardens, which is a paved cul-de-sac with properties on one side and woodland on the other, at the head of the development. Number 3 is on the right hand side.

Entrance
This attractive family home is brick built with stone lintels and cast stone external sills top and tailing the leaded uPVC double glazing. To the front of the property is a block paved driveway giving access to the integral garage, the driveway offers ample parking for two cars and pedestrian access, there is an attractive lawned area with mature trees and shrubs. The front door is slightly recessed with a stone lintel creating an entrance vestibule. The front door has two double glazed glass inserts, and has a matching picture window to the side. The front door leads to:

Hallway
A welcoming hallway with stripped wooden floors, skirting with complementing architrave, glass panelled doorway to the kitchen breakfast room allowing light to flood into the heart of the house, stairs ascend to the first floor with attractive balustrade, handrail, and boating turned newel posts and spindles with a useful storage cupboard under. The ceilings are dressed with coving, there is a radiator, and doorways lead to a cloakroom, the kitchen/breakfast room, and sitting room:

Cloakroom
Tiled flooring, matching suite comprising of a low level WC, a wall mounted wash hand basin tiled to splash back with White mosaic tiles, skirting, ceiling light point, extractor fan, radiator.

Kitchen
3.26m x 3.2m (10' 8" x 10' 6") Double glazed windows to the rear aspect overlooking the South East facing garden with display tiled sill. There is a tiled floor with a wide range of matching wall and base units with a rolled edged work surface over incorporating a one and a half bowel stainless steel sink with drainer and serviced by a chrome finished mixer tap. There is attractive white mosaic tiling to splash back running the length of the kitchen runs, and full height behind the gas fired hob that has an integral extractor fan with down lighting over, there is also an integrated high level electric double over. the kitchen units have some very useful features such as a wine rack and integrated hanging for tea towels. Over the window is a matching pelmet with integrated down lighters. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher, and there are numerous electrical sockets and switches. The ceilings have down lighters and are dressed with coving, there is skirting with complementing architrave, a single radiator, there is a doorway to the dining room, and a further doorway leads to the:

Utility Room
2.75m x 1.55m (9' 0" x 5' 1") A back door with double glazed opaque insert leads to the rear garden, a further door leads to the integral garage, the floor is tiled continue from the kitchen/breakfast room. At the far end of the room is double set of base units with rolled edge work surface over and a further useful wall unit, all matching the kitchen units. There is a stainless steel sink with drainer that is serviced by a chrome finish mixer tap that follows the theme of the kitchen with white mosaic tiling to splash back. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and a wall mounted gas boiler for the domestic got water and central heating. The ceiling houses down lighters and is dressed by coving, and there are numerous electrical sockets and switches.

Dining Room
4.5m x 2.54m (14' 9" x 8' 4") at max. A pair of double glazed patio doors open to the rear giving access to a patio and the gardens beyond, stripped wooden floors, skirting with complementary architrave, ceiling housing a light point and dressed with coving, electrical sockets, glass panelled doorway to the sitting room, radiator.

Sitting Room
4.8m x 3.8m (15' 9" x 12' 6") at maximum and excluding bay. A light room which is duel aspect. Leaded double glazed windows form a large bay to the front aspect affording deep display sills, a further leaded double glazed window to the side aspect, and indeed further light via the glass door to the dining room. There is stripped wooden flooring with wooden skirting and architrave, there is a feature gas fired coal effect fireplace with attractive mantle and surround sitting on a high gloss granite hearth. The ceiling houses down lighters and is dressed by coving. There is a TV point and numerous electrical sockets and switches, radiator.

Landing
A generous landing with stairs descending to the ground floor with balustrade and handrail supported by turned newel posts and spindles that continue to form a gallery landing. There is a leaded double glazed window to the front aspect, the ceiling houses light points and is dressed by coving, there is wooden skirting and architrave, and a shelved airing cupboard housing the hot water tank, loft access, a radiator and doorways lead to;

Master Bedroom
3.98m x 3.87m (13' 1" x 12' 8") A double bedroom with leaded double glazed windows with display sills to the front aspect. The ceiling houses down lighters and is dressed with coving, wooden skirting and architrave, a double and two single fitted wardrobes, numerous electrical sockets and switches, radiator and doorway to the:

En Suite: Doorway from mater bedroom, double glazed opaque window to the side elevation, tiled to dado height, fully tiled walls to form the shower enclosure with glass door and side panel housing an electric wall mounted shower, matching white suite comprising of shower tray, pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC, a radiator and an extractor fan.

Bedroom 2
3.60m x 2.97m (11' 10" x 9' 9") A double bedroom with leaded double glazed windows to the front aspect, the ceiling houses down lighters and is dressed by coving, wooden skirting and architrave, built in double wardrobe, numerous electrical sockets and switches and a radiator.

Bedroom 3
3.4m x 3.6m (11' 2" x 11' 10") at maximum. A double bedroom with double glazed windows to the rear aspect with display sills, ceiling mounted down lighters, coving, wooden skirting and architrave, built in double wardrobe, numerous electrical sockets and switches., TV point, radiator.

Family Bathroom
Opaque double glazed window to the rear aspect, skirting, tiled to dado height, matching white suite comprising of wooden side panelled bath serviced by a hot/cold mixer tap/shower, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with separate taps, extractor fan, radiator.

Bedroom 4
3.44m x 3.39m (11' 3" x 11' 1") at maximum. A double bedroom with double glazed windows to the rear aspect with display sills, the ceiling houses a light point and is dressed by coving, wooden skirting and architrave, numerous electrical sockets and switches, and a radiator.

Rear Garden
A good sized sunny Southerly facing level garden that is mainly laid to lawn, but has patio and landscaped areas. The family friendly garden is private and enclosed with a generous stock of mature trees and shrubs. The access from the dining room creates a wonderful link between this family home and its gardens offering the opportunity for al fresco living throughout the day.

Front Garden
Mostly laid to lawn with trees and shrubs, and adjacent to the block paved roadway wand drive the front garden is attractive and gives a welcoming feeling when approaching this family home.

Integral Garage
5.3m x 2.75m (17' 5" x 9' 0") The garage is accessed and over door to the front, and a doorway to the rear giving access to the utility room, there is a terracotta tiled floor, and power and light. This is a good sized garage and as it is integral to the home it offers potential other uses subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

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