2 bed Terraced SOLD STC
Guide Price £292,500
A colourful and contemporary home, full of character and in a very convenient position. The house itself benefits from a cosy front living room with a recently installed Clearview woodburning stove, sitting in front of hand-painted Moroccan tiles, framed within the chimney breast. The rear kitchen/diner is bright and spacious, overlooking and providing access to the private garden. There is also a utility area and WC on the ground floor. To the first floor there is a master bedroom across the width of the house to the front, with a second double bedroom and bathroom to the rear. The house is well positioned for the shops and cafes of St Marks Road and for commuters by train, bike or car into Bristol City Centre.
Living Room – 4.1 x 3.9m (to maximum points into bay)
Dining Room – 4.2 x 2.9m
Kitchen – 3.2 x 1.7m
Utility Area – 2.2 x 1.3m
Downstairs WC – 1.5 x 0.7m
Master Bedroom – 4.8 x 3.4m
Bedroom Two – 3.6 x 3.0m
Bathroom – 3.6 x 1.7m
The rear garden measures approximately 8.6 x 4.7 metres at maximum points.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated oven and hob which will be included within the sale. The woodburner in the front room, recently installed by locally renowned supplier 'Kindle Stoves', will also be included in the sale. Other fixtures and fittings may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
The Onward Chain
The owners are looking to relocate out of Bristol to a larger property, closer to family.
Our Seller Says…
6 St Nicholas Park has been a wonderful home, the street is quiet and friendly (regular street parties now a fixture) and Easton is an excellent place to live. The layout of the house is sociable and has worked well with small children. We will miss living in such a vibrant and interesting neighbourhood.
The house is currently rated as a D for energy efficiency and a C for environmental impact, which noted as being more or less at its full potential at the time of the energy performance certificate. According to the Bristol City Council website, the house has 'Very Good' solar power potential.