A detached family house located in this tranquil semi rural setting
Coombe Lea is a Stride built detached family house, constructed circa 1910 and from rendered elevations under a pitched and tiled roof. The property has been in the same family ownership for many years and enjoys a generous footprint with formal gardens surrounding which offer plenty of peace and privacy.
Principally arranged over two floors, there are additional top floor bedrooms, ideal for teenagers and guests, whilst the ground floor accommodation flows seamlessly and offers wonderful entertaining space. The property is approached to the rear with a reception hall which includes a rising staircase to the upper floors. There are three principal rooms; the sitting room has a square bay, feature fireplace and is dual aspect and beyond lies the sun loggia. Central to the home is the dining room with a feature bay, fireplace and a study, which lies directly off. There is also a more relaxed and intimate snug room or TV room to the rear of the property. The kitchen opens through to the utility area and includes a range of wall and base units with integrated appliances and there is additional storage.
The first floor includes three generous bedrooms, the principal bedroom has the benefit of an en suite bathroom, whilst the other two are well served by a family bathroom. There are built in cupboards in all three, an airing cupboard off the landing and a further store. The top floor includes the two remaining bedrooms and an additional bathroom.
Coombe Lea is approached via a carriage drive with off street car parking and leads to the double garage. The gardens are fenced with a sunny Southerly orientation and include various terraces. Borders have been extensively planted and display good colour. A portion of the woodland, which is within the demise of the property, provides a private backdrop.
Coombe Dingle lies to North West of the city and below Kingweston Down, Pitchcombe Gardens fringes the Dingle with its dense woodland, River Trym and meandering paths. Idyllic and peaceful, the location is well served by various arterial roads nearby which provide easy access to the commercial centre and the motorway networks M5 and M4. There are health and leisure clubs in proximity in nearby Westbury on Trym as well as golf courses at Henbury and Shirehampton in addition to some recreational playing fields. There are schools, state and independent, primary and secondary and these are within the immediate environs. Bristol has two mainline train stations, the nearest of which is Temple Meads with a number of services nationwide and Bristol airport has flights to many European destinations.
Square Footage: 3,352 sq ft