Bedroom One – 5.3 x 3m
Bedroom Two – 3.4m x 2.7m
Kitchen-Dining Room - 4.7m x 2.8m
Lounge - 4.7m x 4.1m
Bedroom Four - 3.4 x 2.8m
The kitchen-diner leads out onto a raised south-west facing garden.
The position of this house is on the borders of Montpelier and St Pauls, close to all the wonderful venues these areas have to offer. Residents of this immediate area are within close reach of shops, bars and café's of Cheltenham and Gloucester Road, such as Cafe Kino, The Social and The Crafty Egg. The flat itself is located and placed just off of Picton Street with the popular Bristolian café a stone’s throw away, famed for great vegetarian and vegan breakfasts. For commuters, the area is extremely well placed for a short walk or cycle into Bristol City Centre. Buses run frequently along the A38 and train transport is available across the city and to Bristol Temple Meads via nearby Montpelier train station. For those looking for access to green space, the house is just a short walk from St Andrews Park and the Narroways area in St Werburghs, whilst getting out to the country via the nearby M32 or Temple Meads train station is also straightforward.
What is Included?
All integrated items are included in the purchase of this property. All furniture is automatically included in the sale if sold before 9th August 2021.
This house is currently rented out to university students until 9th August 2021.
The property has all relevant rental accreditation, compliant with Bristol City Council.
The rental value is around £1,830pcm (depending on type of rental).
There is on street parking available which is permitted.
Our Seller Says…
‘We have loved owning this quirky house for over twenty years. It’s always reminded me of the Weasley’s house in Harry Potter – full of character! The sitting room is amazing, full of light from the big bay window. We started by living in it and then rented it to students. Not once have we had a void – it’s been an exceptionally popular house with students from UWE & Bristol University. We’ve done a great deal of refurbishment over the years and its fully compliant with all current regulations. Several houses in the street have turned the huge attic into an extra room. This house would be great for a family to live in or otherwise produce and excellent income for a landlord producing at least 5% gross return on their investment.’
The current EPC rating for this property is ‘C’ with the potential for a high ‘B’. The impact to the environment is also ‘D’ with the potential for a high ‘B’.