Lounge - 3.8m x 3.5m
Kitchen-Dining Room - 5.2m x 4.6m
Sun Room - 3m x 2.4m
Bedroom One - 4.6m x 3m
Bedroom Two - 3.3m x 3m
Bathroom - 4.2m x 1.6m
The garden has two large sheds and raised bedding that follows the right and rear fence, housing trees and plants.
Tewkesbury Road is located in the heart of St Werburghs, an area of inner city Bristol in high demand due to the strong community feel and beautifully designed homes. St Werburghs is home to a number of popular cafes, shops and attractions including The Better Food Company shop, Napolita Café, Wiper & True Brewery, as well as the Undercover Rock climbing centre in St Werburgh's Church. The area’s popularity derives in a large part from its sense of community, but also from its close proximity to Bristol City Centre, Greenbank and Cheltenham Road. The nearby M32 makes the area ideal for commuters, providing easy access to Bristol Parkway and in turn to the M4. St Werburghs Primary School is very central to the area and has a good reputation, enhancing the pull of the area to families. St Werburgh's Nursery School is also close by and is rated ‘good’ by Ofsted. The St Werburghs City Farm and Café is well known throughout the city and combined with the local allotments is a good example of the area’s individuality and independence from surrounding suburbs.
A Note from the Sellers…
‘We have spent 8 very happy years at Tewkesbury Rd - it's been a wonderful first family home for us. St Werbughs is such a friendly community with everything you need nearby (pubs, parks, shops - the samosas at Sonni's are epic!). We've made great friends on the street and will miss the village feel as well as having our allotment at the Farm a short walk away. We will be sad to leave and just hope the next owners will love it as much as we do.’
What is included?
All integrated items are included in the purchase of this property. All other white goods are not automatically included in the sale and are subject to negotiation.
The property has been rated a ‘D’ for energy efficiency, a couple of points off its highest efficiency.