2 bed Flat SOLD STC
Guide Price £217,500
Finished to an especially high standard throughout with approximately 820 square foot of space over two stories is this maisonette in St George. The property has been recently renovated and can be arranged with either two bedrooms and two receptions or THREE bedrooms and one reception, depending on the preference of the buyer. The new owner will immediately benefit from a high-quality finish throughout, including a stylish shaker-style kitchen/diner with integrated appliances and a bathroom with Victorian-style claw footed bath, his and hers sinks, WC and double length shower. The property is marketed with no onward chain.
Kitchen/Diner – 4.5 x 4.1m (into bay)
Living Room – 5.1 x 2.5m
Bathroom – 3.5 x 1.7m
Master Bedroom – 4.6 x 3.2m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Two – 4.5 x 3.1m (to maximum points)
Seneca Street is a quiet residential street of period properties in St George. Church Road, which runs centrally through the area to the city centre in the west, offers a range of shops, independent cafe's and delicatessens, many of which have recently established due to the demand from young professionals moving into the area in recent years. St George's Park is a space which brings people from across the east of Bristol for events, running, football and feeding the ducks. The nearby Bristol to Bath cycle path and River Avon means there are many other options for those looking to explore. The area thrives from being just a five minute drive from central Bristol along Church Road, with Bristol Temple Meads also within a short distance along Feeder Road. On this side of the city, Bath and the Cotswolds are also that bit closer.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an oven and hob, washing machine, integrated fridge/freezer and microwave all included in the sale. Other furniture may be available for separate negotiation if desired.
Estimated Rental Value
The Onward Chain
The property is marketed with no onward chain.
The property is rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency and environmental impact with potential to improve to a 'C' through increased wall insulation, room thermostats and low energy lighting. According to the energy performance certificate, such updates could result in a saving of around £200 per year from the current running costs of around £790 per year. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property has 'Good' solar power potential.