Bedroom: 13’6 x 13’4
Living room: 18’7 x 18’1
Bathroom: 6’0 x 7’4
Available to residents of this area is the ease of access into Bristol City Centre with several areas of employment also nearby in the Temple Quay Area. Huge retail choice is available within a short walk to Cabot Circus and Broadmead but also with the independent shops on Old Market Street and Cheltenham Road. Old Market itself is now home to several independent shops and cafes such as Glitch, West Street Kitchen and Old Market Assembly/Assembly Bakery, and was named amongst the top ten coolest places to live by the Sunday Times in 2018. For train travel, Bristol Temple Meads is within a ten minute walk, with national and local buses departing from nearby. The flat is located within walking distances of several microbreweries, such as Moor, Good Chemistry and LHG, and is nearby the popular Castle Park with Finzels Reach and its bars area. The property is well-positioned also for those who frequently drive out of the city, with the nearby M32 linking directly to the M4. For those who like to get out of the city, the flat is close to several roads which link Bristol to the outstanding countryside of the Cotswolds to the north-east of the city and the Mendips to the south.
All built in appliances will be staying in the property however the white goods are open to separate negotiation.
What our Seller Says
We have loved our time in this deceptively spacious flat. Best aspects of life in Trinity Apartments is the proximity to cafés, bars, microbreweries; while shopping and cinema trips are so easy with Cabbot Circus so close. Most of all we've enjoyed falling out of bed and almost straight into a fresh croissant from the Assembly bakery on the corner of the street, or into the Volunteer tavern for an amazing Sunday lunch! The list of nearby places to visit is pretty long.
This property has a good epc rating of B which is maximised to its full potential.