Situated on the first floor of an attractive semi detached Victorian building, this apartment is comprised of two large double bedrooms, a spacious family bathroom with separate shower, a sitting room with bay window to the front of the building, and a spacious kitchen dining room to the rear. Upon entering the apartment from the well maintained communal hallway, you immediately experience the benefits of the dual aspect nature of the building; a large window floods the entrance hall with natural light, complimenting the attractive engineered oak flooring which runs throughout the property, and typically high ceilings. Both bedrooms and the living room have retained the original Victorian fireplaces and whilst this property enjoys an injection of modern style, sash windows maintain a lovely traditional feel. Another key selling point is the spacious, fully fitted kitchen with built in appliances and large range cooker. An allocated parking space on the drive is demised to the property whilst further residents permits can be applied for via Bristol City Council.
Located close to The Downs and Whiteladies Road this flat has many iconic Bristol spots right on the doorstep. This area has many tree-lined roads, with parks and green spaces, perfect for summer days. This part of Redland Road is hugely convenient being placed in between several hugely popular parts of Bristol. To the north is Westbury Park and the green expanse of Durdham Downs, a short walk up Redland Road. In this area is also the fantastic independent restaurants and cafes of North View, such as Prego, as well as a well-loved Waitrose supermarket and small cinema. Westbury Park is also home to some good pubs, such as The Cambridge Arms and cafes such as Lavender. Not far also are the independent shops and cafes of Chandos Road, Cotham Hill and further to the larger establishments of Whiteladies Road and Clifton. To the south is Bristol City Centre, around a 15/20 minute walk or a short cycle. To the east is Gloucester Road, running through the popular areas of St Andrews, Bishopston and down into Montpelier, lined with hugely popular bars, restaurants and shops. The area is very convenient into or out of Bristol, with Redland train station just around the corner and several bus routes running in the immediate area. This position gives residents a great choice of both amenities and open spaces which is almost unrivalled in other parts of the city.