Lounge 5.2m x 4.3m
Dining Room 3.9m x 3.7m
Kitchen/Diner 6.7m x 2.8m
Bedroom 4 3.7m x 3.7m
Reception Room 5.2m max x 3.9m
Bedroom 4m x 4.3m
Bedroom 3.9 x 3.7m
Bedroom 4.1m x 2.8m
Bathroom 2.6m x 1.9m
The rear garden is westerly facing and very low maintenance. There is a side entrance door as well as a garage door providing the potential for off street parking with some adjustment of the existing patio.
Camden Road is situated at the heart of Southville, between Coronation Road and Stackpool Road. This is a popular part of Southville, close to both the many popular independent shops and cafes of North Street and the footbridges over the River Avon to the north, which lead to Bristol's Harbourside and City Centre. Southville has become one of Bristol's most sought-after areas amongst a range of buyers. The Victorian terraced houses are spacious and full of character, making up a friendly neighbourhood, with a good community feel. The schools in the area are extremely popular, with Southville and Ashton Gate Primary Schools, both very well regarded. The accessibility of this area and its proximity to major areas of employment and transport links, such as Bristol Temple Meads, undoubtedly bolster the area’s popularity. As well as plenty to offer on the doorstep, the countryside South of Bristol and the M5 motorway to the west of the city are both easily accessible by car.
What is Included
Within the kitchen there is an integrated Neff oven and Bosch Dishwasher. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
£1600pcm - £2500 pcm depending on the type of rental.
Our Sellers Say
We have loved living here and will be sad to leave. The house is a really quiet peaceful haven with the benefit of having easy access to city life. You can walk to all local amenities as well as the harbourside, the city centre and riverside footpath along the Avon gorge. You are within walking distance of several supermarkets, North Street (with it’s independent butcher, grocer, fishmongers, deli, craft brewery, theatre and several bakeries) and Wapping Wharf. Nearby there are also Sunday markets, a wide choice of excellent cafes, bars and restaurants and a recently restored Victorian swimming pool. The area has a thriving community atmosphere and is a great place to live. A quiet village within reach of city amenities.
Awaiting updated energy performance certificate.