Kitchen 1.79m x 1.72m
Dining Room 3.32 x 3.93m
Lounge 3.32m x 4.73m
Main Bedroom 3.32m x 3.93m
Bedroom Two 3.32m x 3.96m
Bedroom Three 2.19m x 3.01m
Bathroom 1.79m x 1.72m
The house has a wrap-around garden with great proportions for both the front, being set back from the road, the side which holds a garage and driveway, as well as a rear garden with shed and a patio perfect for entertaining.
Filton Avenue has a garage and driveway enough for one car, as well as a plentiful supply of on-street parking with no permits required.
This home sits on the corner of Filton Avenue and the residential Oakley Road in Horfield, in close proximity to the popular Gloucester Road, which runs directly into Bristol City Centre. The area is made up of mostly Victorian, 1920's and 1930's properties, with some more modern homes. Residents of this area benefit from its proximity to many highly regarded independent shops, café’s and pubs. The Inn on the Green, micropub The Drapers Arms, as well as The Wellington offer locals a good atmosphere and choice of food and drink. Local butchers MJ Dalton is famed nearby for its traditional and exotic meats. For sports fans both The Memorial Stadium and The County Cricket Ground are nearby, whilst the recently renovated Horfield Leisure Centre offers the city’s best choices of sports and activities. The area benefits hugely from its proximity to major areas of employment, such as Southmead Hospital, Airbus and Rolls-Royce and Filton Avenue is a highly convenient residence for anyone who needs regular access to these places, as well as Bristol City Centre, a short journey down the A38 by car, bus or bike. This side of Bristol also offers residents access to the countryside of South Gloucestershire as well as the M4 and M5 motorways.
What is included?
All integrated items are included in the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
The current energy performance rating for this property is ‘D’ with the potential for high ‘C’.