Popular central location providing excellent local walks
Ideal home for a growing family
A truly gracious Edwardian family home - This elegant property boasts an abundance of well designed space both internally and externally. The accommodation is beautifully presented throughout. The current owners have created a wonderful home which through tastefully restoration retains many period features.
The property is arranged over three floors, each of which offers a plentiful amount of space - in total there is approximately 3,500 sq ft of accommodation to enjoy. The hall floor offers a spacious sitting room with fireplace and magnificent bay window, a formal dining room, modern shower room and a second bay fronted family room. In addition there is a bright and airy kitchen/dining room which leads to a sun room and then onto the garden all accessed via the wonderful central hallway. The staircase rises to the first floor lit by an lantern light above, here you will find five well proportioned double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a walk in wardrobe. The views from this floor are also something to behold with an outlook towards both the coast and the Mendip hills.
On the lower ground floor are a series of additional rooms which gives this house great versatility. There is sufficient space to create a two bedroom self contained annex either for a dependant relative or the possibility to let out and create an additional income stream.
The gardens are also a wonderful feature of this home having both a driveway and detached garage. To the front is a sweeping footpath that leads through the lawn to reach the entrance door. Whilst a clever side path heads under the side porch and connects to the lower ground floor and garden. The gardens at the rear have been cleverly designed to offer a large patio immediate to the house, this then leads to great area of lawn - plenty of space for young children to play and kick a ball around all enclosed by walls and matures planting.
Jesmond Road enjoys a prominent hillside position with enviable elevated views across Clevedon towards the Mendips. The boutique style shops, bars and cafes of Hill Road are only a short stroll away with Clevedon's bustling town centre being only a little further. Walks can be enjoyed at nearby Clevedon seafront.
This truly is one of the most special homes in the town. The grand architecture and wonderful garden make this an opportunity not to be missed.
Please refer to our comprehensive floor plan and photos for further information.
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