Kitchen - 2.4m x 5m
Lounge - 4m x 3.6m
Dining Room - 4.7m x 6.6m
W/C - 1.8m x 1.4m
Bedroom - 4m x 3.7m
Bedroom - 2.4m x 5m
Bedroom - 2.4m x 4.6m
Bedroom - 2.7m x 3.7m
Bathroom - 2.2m x 1.8m
Garage 2.5m x 4.9m
The property benefits from a large driveway.
The property has a good size south-west facing garden with 2 sheds and a greenhouse in need of some TLC.
Located near Frenchay Village, one of the oldest parts of the city, first recorded in the 13th century, the village now serves as a recognised and accessible part of the city, yet retains a lot of its village charm and character. The village started to take its current shape in the 18th Century when wealthy families built large houses. The church and the village school were built in the 19th century. To this current day, the village still shows a lot of its history and is a scenic place to visit as well as a great place to live. The village is home to a primary school, a pub, a village museum, a tennis club and a famous cricket club, established in the 19th century, once captained by W.G. Grace. Whilst the quaint village feel of the area has been maintained, there are also several more modern homes being built in the area, many on the site of the old Frenchay Hospital. There are also several other amenities nearby with shops, other pubs and schools in walking distance. The area is also popular for being in such an accessible position, close to the M4 and M32 motorways, as well as the ring road around into the Filton Abbey Wood area, which is home to several major employers such as the M.o.D and Rolls-Royce. Bristol Parkway is also just a short drive away through nearby Hambrook. Frenchay Village offers a fantastic compromise between countryside and city life.
What is included?
All integrated items are included with the sale. Other fixtures and fittings may be available for separate negotiation but are not automatically included.
The property has been rented out to students for a number of years with the rental opportunity being in the region of £1,600.
According to the energy performance certificate the house is rated as ‘D’ for energy efficiency, with the potential to ‘B’.