A stunning seven bedroom house just off the Clifton Triangle could be yours – if you have £ 2.5million to spare.
Situated in one of Bristol’s most desirable areas, this family home on Oakfield Road has been fitted to the highest specifications while retaining a period feel.
Its features include a car lift, movie theater, and 360-degree views of the iconic Clifton skyline.
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But it comes with a hefty price tag.
At a whopping £ 2.5million, the house is the most expensive property in Bristol to list on Rightmove as we speak.
As Agent Lloyd Williams explains, the house benefits from gated parking at the front with a ‘car lift’ for two cars.
The house is approached through a Victorian style hallway which extends to a reception hall and lounge with a fireplace.
A modern kitchen with a central island overlooks the landscaped garden. There is also a “cozy bedroom” on the lower level.
On the upper floors there are two mezzanine bedrooms while a gallery landing on the first floor serves three other bedrooms.
The master bedroom has impressive floor-to-ceiling windows and a fireplace. The adjoining bathroom has a shower room, a free-standing bathtub and a vanity unit.
The top floor, meanwhile, has been converted into a ‘multipurpose space’, ideal as a playroom or home office with 360 degree views of the Clifton skyline.
The lower ground floor has its own private entrance and is currently set up as an entertainment area with a cinema room, games room and home office – but could also be a separate apartment.
Lloyd Williams describes the property as: “A beautifully appointed and fully renovated detached Victorian house offering versatile accommodation.
They say it has been “refurbished to exceptional quality” with an “option for multigenerational living”.
To learn more about the property, see here.
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