A house with ‘the best view in Bristol’ has gone on the market for £3 million.
The seven-bedroom property in Sion Hill, Clifton, has been owned by the same family for 20 years and has attracted interest from right across the globe – including potential buyers from Hong Kong.
The terraced property, which is Grade II listed, was the the first house to be built in Sion Hill and is one of a growing number of multi-million-pound properties being sold in the city.
However a number of the other properties – some of which hit the market with a price tag in excess of £3million – have been sold privately rather than on the open market.
The grand property enjoys in one of Bristol’s most popular areas enjoys an unrivalled position with breathtaking views across the Clifton Suspension Bridge and wooded Avon Gorge and boasts more than 6,000 sq ft of accommodation over four floors.
The immaculate walled gardens were designed by Hyatt Baker who designed and set up the city’s Botanical Gardens at Bristol University.
The property is being marketed by Property Concept in Clifton who describe the sale as a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ for potential buyers.
Director Tracy Robertson said: “This really is the most stunningly beautiful house in an unrivalled position with, in my opinion, the best view in Bristol.
“It has floor to ceiling glass windows with breathtaking views over the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
“These views can also be enjoyed from the basement, which is unusual. I see a lot of impressive properties but when you walk into this one it is a wonderfully warm home with a tremendous family feel.”
Offers have already been made on the property – including from local buyers.
“There has been a lot of interest in the property,” added Tracy
“There is sufficient business success in the city for there to be local buyers. We have also had interest from national and international buyers, with people from Hong Kong viewing the property.
“Bristol is a lovely place to live.
“What is iconic about this property is the views it has over the Clifton Suspension Bridge. It also has one of the most beautiful staircases that I have ever seen.
“We are delighted to offer this magnificent home to the market with so many period features and such a calming atmosphere we know that anyone that views will fall in love with it.”
The property, which is packed with period features, has only ever been owned by two families and as the first house in Sion Hill to be built, was originally detached.
As well as the seven bedrooms, the property also boasts four reception rooms, three bathrooms and a spacious basement with three rooms which could be used as self contained accommodation subject to the necessary consents.
It also has off street parking for two cars. But buying a property like this will mean you will need deep pockets.
To buy at £3 million, with a 10 per cent deposit with a mortgage over 25 years at an interest rate of 3.9 per cent, monthly repayments coming in at around £14,100 a month.
To book a viewing call 0117 9706119.
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