Fresh, colourful take on period pad
TOTTERDOWN is known for its brightly painted houses, and this one certainly stands out among them.
In the catchment area for Hillcrest Primary School, the house has been refurbished and smartly decorated with a mixture of pale colours and darker, but still subtle shades.
Other areas of investment include a contemporary kitchen with cream units, wooden work tops and stainless steel appliances.
French doors open from here to the garden, while the bathroom, which is also on the ground floor, is also new. Fully tiled, it has a white suite, a circular sink set into a cupboard, and a curved, free-standing bath with shower over.
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All the period internal doors have been stripped of paint, while the lounge and dining room floorboards have been exposed. Both these rooms have fireplaces and sash bay windows and the dining room retains coving, picture rails and a ceiling rose.
Completing the ground floor is a utility area with cupboard space.
Upstairs, all three bedrooms have stripped floor boards and one has a period fireplace.
At the front of the house is a small area enclosed by the original red brick wall and pillars, while a clay tiled path with slate borders runs up to the front door.
The rear garden is enclosed and includes a reclaimed brick patio, a further gravel patio, raised borders and mature shrubs.