4 bed SOLD STC
Guide Price £350,000
A four double bedroom modern home situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in the popular Cheswick Village. This spacious house benefits from a south-facing rear garden leading from the kitchen/diner on the ground floor. The house has a good choice of living space whilst the four bedrooms offer the opportunity for office space for those who work from home. Added benefits include the parking to the front, a garage and pedestrian access to the rear. This is a property which has a good rating for energy efficiency, whilst our sellers note the relatively low running costs for energy. Residents of this quiet neighbourhood benefit from ease of access to the shops and café's of Cheswick Village itself as well as those at Abbey Wood Retail Park. This area of Bristol has an abundance of employment, with the M.o.D, Aviva and U.W.E. all within walking distance. The area is also served by several buses as well as Filton Abbey Wood and Bristol Parkway Train Stations.
Kitchen/Diner – 4.8 x 3.6m
Integral Garage – 5.2 x 2.6m
Living Room – 4.8 x 3.7m
Family Bathoom – 2.6 x 1.9m
Bedroom Four/Office – 3.1 x 2.6m
Bedroom Three – 3.6 x 2.2m
Bedroom Two – 3.6 x 2.5
Master Bedroom – 4.8 x 3.9m (to maximum points)
En Suite Shower Room – 2.1 x 1.5m (to maximum points)
A south-facing rear garden accessed from the kitchen/dining room with pedestrian access to the rear. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with flowerbed borders and a pathway to the back. Within the garden there is a timber shed.
Cheswick Village is a well-regarded area in North Bristol which has been recently developed to satisfy the huge demand for property in North Bristol. Within Cheswick Village, Barnwood sits very close to the fast-growing village centre, ideal for popping to the shops or visiting the café. The area continues to grow in size and popularity, with the nearby Wallscourt Farm Academy rated as 'Good' by Ofsted, further enhancing the appeal of the area to families. The area is situated close to several areas of employment, with many residents working at the nearby M.o.D or Aviva, or making the short journey to other major employers in North Bristol, such as Rolls Royce and Airbus. For those who work or socialise in the City Centre, the proximity of two train stations is very useful whilst buses also provide access by public transport. The area is situated very close to the M32 so for those travelling to Bristol, London or South Wales by car, the house is very well placed. For residents looking to retreat from city life, the area has a good range of green spaces, from the expansive Stoke Park to the winding paths along Snuff Mills and the Oldbury Court Estate ideal for dog walkers, runners and mountain bikers.
What is Included?
Within the garden there is a timber shed which will be included within the sale. In the kitchen, there is an integrated oven and hob which will be included. Other appliances are free standing and therefore are not automatically included.
Estimated Rental Value
£1400 - £1600pcm depending on type of let.
The Onward Chain
Our sellers are interested in a property which has no onward chain.
The property has a garage and one allocated parking space.
Our Sellers Say…
We love the light and airy lounge and sunny garden most about this house. The area has grown in to such a nice neighbourhood since we've been here and it's great to have a co-op, Chinese takeaway and Boston Tea party right on your doorstep!
According to the energy performance certificate, the property is rated as a 'B' for energy efficiency and environmental impact. Both ratings have potential to improve further still through the installation of solar panels. The estimated running costs, according to this assessment in 2013 are around £466 per year.