Anstey Street is positioned at the heart of Easton, a classic street of Victorian terraced homes which makes it not only picturesque but also a fantastic, sociable road for local community. Easton is a popular and trendy pocket of Bristol, being so close to the city centre and easily accessible by foot, bike, by road and by train. At the same time, it's 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 Anstey Street is central in this hugely popular area. Nearby, St Marks Road boasts a number of Bristol's finest independent shops and restaurants, such as Bristol Sweet Mart, East Bristol Bakery 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. For those who like sport and organised activities, the area is a short walk from the Easton Leisure Centre and is also home to locally renowned sports club, Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls. For those who like running, walking and cycling, the area is also served by the Bristol Cycle Path and many parks and green spaces.
Within the kitchen many of the appliances are free-standing and therefore not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation. Other furniture is not automatically included but may also be available to negotiate with the sellers.
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What The Seller Says:
Anstey Street has so much to offer - an active, diverse and welcoming community (with it's own WhatsApp group), great independent pubs, shops and cafes around the corner, easy access both in and out of the city centre on the Bristol to Bath Cycle Path and a network of unique green-spaces all on your doorstep.
There is plenty of free on street parking
This property has an EPC rating of D with the scope to improve to B. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property has ‘Very Good’ solar power potential