Sneyd Parks lies to the North-West of Bristol's commercial centre and sits adjacent to the Downs with 400 acres of parkland. Tranquil and with wide and tree lined roads, there is a wonderful community. The nearby nature reserve offers flora and fauna and pretty walks. There are shops including a convenience store, post office and restaurants in Stoke Bishop Village. Henleaze and Westbury on Trym both have supermarkets including Coop's for the former and a Waitrose for the latter.
There are schools state and independent, within BS9 there is highly regarded Elmlea and Stoke Bishop primary and for the latter within Henleaze and Westbury on Trym, Redmaids and Badminton, whilst Clifton includes Clifton College, Clifton High School and BGS. Sports facilities are available with golf courses and health and tennis clubs
For the commuter there are good road links to the city centre as well as the motorway networks. Bristol has two main line rail stations serving the wider country, Bristol Parkway is the closest with an extensive service. Bristol Airport is approximately 11 miles distant has flights to a number of European and some long haul destinations.
A detached family house in one of North West Bristol's most sought after roads. Constructed in the 1960s from brick elevations and incorporating double glazed windows throughout, the property offers two storey, five bedroom accommodation with excellent enhancement prospects, subject to the necessary consents. Peaceful, green and leafy and situated within the lye of the immediate parish church, this home offers a wonderful opportunity for those eager to create their own bespoke space.
Approached via the vestibule there is a quarry tiled floor leading through to the reception hall with a rising staircase to the first floor. Located off the main hall is a cloaks cupboard and cloakroom whilst the rear lobby also has a useful store and access to the garage. The drawing room is dual aspect with picture windows over the front elevation and sliding doors to the rear terrace and garden. A reconstituted stone fireplace provides the focal point beyond the views. Double doors extend into the interconnecting dining room. The kitchen has fitted wall and base units and there is a picture window over the rear garden. There are some integrated appliances including a dishwasher, an electric oven with extractor over. The adjacent utility room features a Belfast sink, a wall mounted gas fired boiler and space/plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer.
The first floor features five bedrooms located off the landing with loft access and a sliding door to the first floor balcony. The bedrooms offer varying views and orientations. The principal bedrooms has an en suite shower room and there are integrated cupboards within three of the four remaining bedrooms. The family bathroom is well appointed with a bath, basin, WC and shower cubicle.
Gates give access to the blocked paved car parking to the front the house and there is also an ornamental garden bounded by mature hedgerows and trees. The front elevation is adorned with a Wisteria and the integrated garage has an electrically operated sectioned door which includes a workshop space within.
The rear garden has a terrace immediately off the reception room and kitchen and the garden is extensively lawned, mature and includes a variety of established shrubs and trees. Notable specimens include a Magnolia and Bay tree. A timber fenced curtilage provides security and privacy.