3 bed Semi-Detached SOLD STC
Guide Price £285,000
Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac and benefitting from a 27 metre enclosed and private south facing garden with a good size shed, lovely vegetable patch and a patio which is a suntrap throughout the day. The house itself is a lovely three bedroom home. The size of the plot offers a new owner scope to extend the existing house or build a separate structure. The house is well-presented throughout and briefly comprises of; three bedrooms, a toilet and bathroom to the first floor with a large open plan lounge/diner and kitchen to the ground floor. Tilling Walk is a quiet, friendly cul-de-sac conveniently located for the shops, bars and restaurants of Gloucester Road, Horfield Leisure Centre and Horfield Common. The M32/M4/M5 motorways and Bristol Parkway Station are just a short journey away.
Viewings Commence Saturday 22 April 2017. Contact Boardwalk Property Co. to arrange your viewing.
Lounge/Diner – 5.8 x 4.7m (to maximum points)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room – 5.6 x 2.5m (to maximum points)
Master Bedroom – 3.9 x 3.0m
Bedroom Two – 3.5 x 3.3m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Three – 2.8 x 2.6m (to maximum points)
Bathroom 2.0 x 1.7m
The garden for 5 Tilling Walk fans out to the side and rear. It measures 27 metres at its longest point and has southerly aspect. There is potential vehicle access to the side of the house should somebody wish to look into the opportunity of another dwelling on the land.
Tilling Walk is a quiet cul-de-sac off of Tilling Road, close to Horfield Common, Horfield leisure Centre and Southmead Hospital's east entrance. The house is in walking distance to the shops and cafes of Gloucester Road including the Wellington Pub and the Inn on the Green.
This area of Bristol has gained huge popularity with buy-to-let investment buyers who are looking to buy close to the recently expanded Southmead Hospital as well as the other major areas of employment across North Bristol such as Airbus, the Ministry of Defence and Rolls Royce.
The area is also very popular with families due to the proximity to the well-regarded Horfield Primary School, the growing community in this area and the proximity to other family areas such as Henleaze, Westbury-on-Trym and Bishopston. It is an area that also offers a lot of green, open space nearby such as Horfield Common, Henleaze Lake and Badocks Wood. For commuters, the area is a short drive or cycle from both Bristol City Centre as well as providing access to the M32/M4/M5 motorways and Bristol Parkway Train Station.
The Onward Chain
The sellers have seen a property they are interested in purchasing and are looking for reasonable offers from serious purchasers who are ready to proceed.
Estimated Rental Value
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated oven and hob which will be included. The Green Shed, which is 8ft by 10ft is also included.
Our Seller Says…
'We love this house, it has been an excellent home for us. We moved in as first time buyers and found it to be perfect. The Neighbours are fantastic, they are genuinely lovely and friendly. The Area is increasingly up and coming and house is amazing. The garden is a one of the kind find in Bristol, it has a large scale to it and is continuously south facing so the sun is always on the garden. The large Lilac trees make the garden feel private and gives you a feeling of tranquillity within the City. We both work in the centre of Bristol and the commute is easy. The house itself is warm and cosy but spacious enough to have family and friends around. We are genuinely sad to be leaving but needs must due to family reasons. Whomever takes on this home will genuinely love it!'
According to the energy performance certificate, the property is rated as a 'C' for both energy efficiency and for environmental impact. The estimated costs for heating, lighting and hot water are £566 per year. This could be improved to approximately £481 per year through floor insulation and solar water heating. According to Bristol City Council, the property has 'very good' solar potential.