Living Room 4.2 (into bay) x 3.6m
Dining Room 3.7 x 3.6m
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 6.4 x 2.1m
Main Bedroom 4.5 x 3.5m
Bedroom Two 3.7 x 3.6m
Bathroom 3.3 x 2.1m
The house has a small front garden. To the rear there is a south-west facing garden which is mostly decked.
Heron Road is positioned centrally in Easton and is largely made up of bay-fronted Victorian homes. Easton is a popular pocket of Bristol, being so close to the city centre and easily accessible by foot, bike, by road and by train. The Bristol to Bath Cycle Path is a particularly pleasant route for those travelling into the centre. At the same time, its proximity to both the M32 and the A431 to Bath make it an ideal spot for many. Easton is by no means, however, a dormitory neighbourhood and offers an abundance of community areas, events and activities and Heron Road is central in this hugely popular area. Nearby, St Marks Road boasts a number of Bristol's finest independent shops and restaurants, such as No. 12, Bristol Sweet Mart and the Thali Cafe. The nearest primary school, Bannerman Road Community Academy is rated 'Good' by Ofsted, with other nearby schools such as Whitehall and May Park also very well-regarded locally, further enhancing the appeal of the area to families.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated oven and hob included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included in the sale but may be available for separate negotiation
Estimated Rental Value
Parking on Heron Road is on street and free
Our Seller Says…Great House in a great location!
I loved living in such a vibrant neighbourhood, and being so close to the centre made it really easy to enjoy all that Bristol has to offer. From it’s fantastic Harbour & City Centre to the lovely open areas of Clifton Down & Ashton Court. St Marks road has a range of great shops and the added benefit of it’s own train station which is a 5 min journey into Bristol Temple Meads. Bristol is an amazing city with a myriad of bars, restaurant’s and shops along with a huge array of festivals and events put on throughout the year. It’s no surprise that it’s consistently voted one of the top places to live in the UK!
Awaiting an updated EPC. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property is rated as having ‘Good’ solar power potential.