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37 Princess Victoria Street

Goldney Road, Clifton, Bristol

Guide price £1,350,000 Sold (STC)

6 Bedroom House - Semi-Detached

  • Stylish Victorian Villa
  • One of the largest mature gardens in Clifton
  • Round wood outdoor studio
  • Balcony with city views
  • Period features retained
  • Cul-de-sac with good community spirit
  • Sleek kitchen and bathrooms
  • Versatile layout
  • Close to Clifton village and Harbourside
  • 2650 sq ft

A beautifully presented Victorian Villa with charm, character and an exceptional garden. Perched in an elevated position towards the end of a cul-de-sac, this semi-detached home has views towards the Harbourside and the Somerset hills beyond. At the rear is one of the largest mature gardens in Clifton offering a sense of rural tranquility in the city. A patio leads from the house to a path which climbs up to a yew tree gateway opening into a large, carefully landscaped garden with a range of perennial plants, fruit trees, several seating areas, a lawn, an ornamental pond and a round wood garden studio. This hand built, hexagonal sanctuary has a sedum roof, timber frame double glazing and a log burner and provides a versatile outdoor feature. This beautiful, well designed green space abuts Goldney House and is a rare find in central Bristol.

The house is very much a classic Victorian building with many original features retained, accessed via steps at the side of the house. The inner hallway leads to all downstairs rooms; The living room has a bay window with a stripped wood surround, ceiling coving, fireplace and an insulated engineered Oak floor which runs throughout the ground floor. Adjacent the second reception lends itself perfectly as an office or playroom and also has a fireplace, sash window and built-in storage. Crossing the hallway past a w/c are two elegant, open plan reception rooms which work well for dining with an easy connection to the kitchen. The dining area has large glazed doors with a stripped wood panel surround linking the garden, while opposite is an internal window and door leading into an original Butler's pantry. The adjoining snug room has a log burner, additional door back into the hallway and a window looking on to the garden with working timber shutters. The kitchen leads off at the rear and is fitted with a range of sleek wall and base units, pendant lighting, under floor heating and a door to the garden.


A staircase leads up to a first floor with four double bedrooms; two at the front and two at the rear. There is a centrally positioned shower room with double width cubical, geometric tiles, modern white suite and windows to the side aspect. The larger of the rear bedrooms has a stripped wood floor and leads on to a stylish ensuite bathroom with roll top tub, under floor heating, a shower cubical, w/c, sink and a single seater sauna!

Stairs continue up to the top floor to double bedrooms five and six. Both have access to eaves storage; the rear overlooks the garden while the front has a roof top balcony with views across the city. Further features include thermo dynamic panels heating the hot water, a utility room accessed from the garden, side access and a front garden with a plum tree. This well balanced home has an appealing blend of period features and contemporary style and is in easy reach of both Clifton village and the waterfront.

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