3 bed Semi-Detached SOLD STC
Asking Price £360,000
This three double bedroom home, with its stylish and striking décor and high-quality finish, is a 'must see'. The house is positioned on Lullington Road, a hugely popular, quiet residential road in Upper Knowle comprising a range of large family homes. The views that this house offer are fantastic, far-reaching and have been made all the more easy to enjoy through the clever landscaping of the garden by the current owners. To the bottom of the garden, there is a garage measuring 21 x 13 ft and a secure hard-standing area for at least one vehicle. The house itself boasts a high-quality finish throughout, from the colourful ceramic style flooring in the hallway, to the trendy pendant lighting and the stripped wooden doors. The house is in walking distance to the shops and amenities of Wells Road and just a short commute from Bristol City Centre and Bristol Temple Meads. Viewings Commence Saturday 22nd April.
Kitchen/Diner – 6.4 x 4.3m (to maximum points)
Living Room – 3.8 x 3.5m (into bay)
Master Bedroom – 4.1 x 3.4m (including built-in storage cupboard)
Bedroom Two – 3.9 x 3.3m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Three – 3.4 x 2.4m
Bathroom – 2.4 x 2.4m (to maximum points)
The landscape rear garden measures 57ft in length and approximately 24ft in width throughout. The garden is accessed via bi-fold doors from the kitchen/diner. There is pedestrian access to the side and vehicle access via a lane to the rear to hard-standing and a garage measuring 21ft x 13ft., which has plumbing and power. Through the garden there is also access to a waist high basement area, ideal for storage.
Lullington Road is situated in the Upper Knowle area, in between the Wells and Bath Roads which provide access to the city through the south-west suburbs. The road is has a mixture of Victorian and more modern homes, most boasting fantastic views over east and central Bristol due to the elevated position of this area. The area has very few through roads, making it very quiet to traffic but is just a short walk to the shops and amenities of Wells Road. On the doorstep of the house is the Arnos Court Park, which provides a great area for runners and dog-walkers, for those looking for more of an escape from the city, the proximity of the nearby Wells Road allows ease of access to North East Somerset and Chew Valley. For commuters, this area is very well placed, just a short distance from Bristol City Centre and Bristol Temple Meads Station.
What is Included?
Many of the appliances within the kitchen are free-standing and therefore not automatically included, but may be available for separate negotiation.
The Onward Chain
Having been an the property for four years, our sellers are now looking for another house which they can inject their style into
There is allocated parking and a garage to the rear of the property
Estimated Rental Value
The house is current rated as a 'D' for both energy efficiency and environmental impact. The estimated costs from the EPC conducted in 2012, for lighting, heating and hot water are roughly £850 per year. This could be improved to roughly £520 per year through cavity wall insulation and floor insulation, according to the energy performance certificate. According to the Bristol City Council website, the house has reasonable solar power potential.