Kitchen-diner – 4.6m x 3.6m
Lounge – 3.3m x 4.2m (to maximum points, into bay)
Main Bedroom – 3.3m x 4.3m (to maximum points, into bay)
Second Bedroom – 2.8m x 3.6m
Loft bedroom - 4.9m x 4.6m
Bathroom – 2.2m x 2.7m
The house has a private easily maintained south-facing garden that is flooded with light throughout the day. There is also rear access, perfect for those who cycle and store their bicycle in the garden.
Westminster Road is situated in Whitehall, just off the Bristol to Bath cycle path The area has always been popular with families due to the ‘Outstanding’ Whitehall Primary school, whilst increasingly in high demand with young professionals in recent years. Whitehall Road has nice eateries including Bristol Spirit and venues like The Red Lion. Church Road is home to a number of popular shops and cafes such as The Bristol Loaf, Southville Deli, The Faraway Tree and Grounded Café, restaurants such as The Lock Up and pubs such as The Dark Horse and Old Stillage. St Marks Road in Easton is only a short walk away and also boasts a range of well-regarded venues such as the Thali Cafe, No.12 Provisions, Bristol Sweet Mart and G Bros Pizza. The Greenbank pub, Este's and Dela, all in Easton, are also very close by. The proximity of the large, Victorian St George's Park is a huge benefit to local residents and offers a great retreat from city life on a summer's day. The sportier of the local residents can take advantage of the Whitehall Athletics Arena through Bristol and West AC who are based there. For those needing access away from Bristol, the property is very close to the Bristol to Bath Railway Path and just a short drive from Junction 2 of the M32, which in turn leads to the M4. Bristol Temple Meads train station is also just a short journey by car, bike or train from the local Lawrence Hill Station.
What is Included?
All integrated items are included with the sale but other white goods are subject to negotiation.
Our Seller Says…
‘This has been such a happy home, which we’ve spent a great deal of care renovating over the years. So many people have commented on how warm and welcoming it feels. The front room is cosy on a winters evening. That's where we've gone to listen to music or play a game beside the log burner. But the garden and the light and spacious kitchen are where we've socialised. We managed 16 round the table one Christmas!
The location is brilliant, with everything you could need within reach – the shops, pubs, cafes of Greenbank, Easton, or Redfield and green spaces like St George, Eastville park, Troopers hill, Snuff Mills. We’re right by the cycle path which means a ten minute ride into town or a quick route out into the greenery towards Bath in the other direction, which was brilliant during lockdown. We’re also incredibly lucky to be a stone’s throw from a really lovely primary school. We will miss the friendly community, summer walks along the river and the delicious bakery just around the corner.’
According to the energy performance certificate the house is rated as ‘D’ for energy efficiency, but has the potential for ‘B’.’