3 bed SOLD STC
Guide Price £295,000
A charming three bedroom end of terrace home on a popular cul-de-sac, just off St Marks Road in Easton. The house benefits from a kitchen/diner to the rear with double doors leading to a 45-foot level garden with a south-westerly aspect. On the ground floor there is also a separate bay-fronted living room with an open fireplace, whilst upstairs there are three bedrooms, and a bathroom with a modern four piece suite. There are exposed floorboards throughout, and beautiful original fireplaces in three of the rooms. The house was refurbished just four years ago and also benefits from a new boiler. St Nicholas Park is a convenient cul-de-sac, positioned within walking distance of Easton's independent shops and cafés, whilst just being a short journey from Bristol City Centre. The house is marketed with no onward chain. Viewings commence on Saturday 20th May - contact Boardwalk Property Co. for more information.
Living Room – 4.1 x 3.9m (excluding under-stair storage cupboard)
Kitchen/Diner – 4.8 x 4.1m (to maximum points, excluding under-stair storage cupboard)
Master Bedroom – 3.5 x 3.1m
Bedroom Two – 3.5 x 2.9m
Bedroom Three – 3.5 x 1.9m (excluding built-in storage cupboard)
Bathroom – 3.4 x 1.9m
The rear garden is level and partially lawned with a patio area and several flowerbeds home to a range of fruit plants producing strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, blackcurrants and rhubarb as well as a number of herbs.
What is included?
Within the kitchen, there is an integrated oven and hob. In the garden, the sellers are happy to include the shed, greenhouse and water butt.
The Onward Chain
The property is marketed with no onward chain.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says…
We've loved living in 1 St Nicholas Park – the house is light and sunny, the street is really friendly and the garden is lovely, and large for the area. The patio is a real suntrap and we've enjoyed many BBQs out there in the summer. Easton has a really vibrant and creative community, with lots going on, and yet the house is on a nice quiet street. We're really sad to be letting the house go as it's been the perfect place to have started our family.
The house is rated as a 'D' for both energy efficiency and environmental impact, according to the energy performance certificate. This has the potential to improve to a 'B' with the addition of wall and floor insulation and solar panels. Potentially this could reduce energy costs from the current level of £770 to £477 per year. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property has 'Very Good' solar potential.