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A rare opportunity, first time on the market in over 50 years, this five-bedroom semi-detached property brimming with Victorian charm is truly remarkable. Although in need of modernisation the property whilst retaining character offers flexibility, and for those looking to adapt and improve, look no further. Currently comprising an entrance porch with tiled floor and stained-glass panelled door leading into a generous, impressive hallway that is both welcoming and homely. The first reception room/drawing room is spacious with bay window overlooking side garden, pictures rails, open fire and parquet flooring. Directly next to this is the "Butler's Pantry" with original dresser and an impressive stained-glass window. The second reception room to the front of the house with high ceilings, bay window and marble fireplace could be a separate dining room. Beyond this is the kitchen with plenty of room for table and chairs, leading to the Scullery with Belfast sink, quarry tiled floor and access to front courtyard. Off the Scullery there is a WC, walk-in pantry and a further walk-in store believed to have been the meat store, again with quarry tiled flooring.
The staircase is a feature in itself, in keeping with the main hallway it leads straight up to the first floor, where you will find four generously proportioned double bedrooms, most with sinks in and a fifth bedroom which is an ideal office space, the rooms facing out have some lovely views over this stunning town. The bathroom is in need of some updating however the space is generous again and ideal for those looking to reconfigure, plus there is a separate cloakroom so that there is no need to queue! The property benefits from two attic accesses, Victorian features, terraced gardens to the front and side and off-road parking.
Clevedon is a beautiful Victorian seaside town overlooking the Severn Estuary, and just 13 miles from Bristol and 10 miles from Weston-super-Mare with good public bus links to both major towns. Popular features include Clevedon Pier, a grade 1 listed building, Clevedon sea front with pebbled beaches and a marine lake, ornamental gardens and a Victorian bandstand all within a 10 minute walk of each other. There are a selection of stylish cafes and restaurants situated next to the Pier and the town is also home to the Curzon cinema which is the oldest purpose built cinema in the world in working order. There is plenty of choice for shopping, both in Hill Road and at The Triangle, centred around the Victorian Clock Tower. Water sports are a feature of the local scene with clubs for canoeing and sailing as well as a variety of other sports such as cricket, rugby and football, as well as golf, bowling and riding. For walkers there are some fantastic routes with the Mendip Hills and vales of North Somerset famed for some of the loveliest walks in the region. World class fishing is offered at the nearby Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes, and a number of well established equestrian centres are located nearby.
From Tesco Clevedon follow B3133 towards the town centre, at the mini roundabout turn left onto Great Western Road. At T-junction turn right and then immediately left into Queen's Road. Take the right turn into Madeira Road and the property can be found on the left-hand side at the corner.
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Madeira Road, Clevedon Price £525,000 5 Bedroom Semi-Detached House