“Barstaple House is a wonderful community of people, and we all keep in touch be it morning coffee in the garden or just receiving neighbour's mail. Newcomers are welcomed with open arms!”
Dating back to the 15th century, this site was originally used as an almshouse with the current grade II listed buildings being built 19th century. This beautiful period flat is placed in the heart of Old Market, a lively and vibrant hub of Bristol life. The area is brimming with a diversity of cafes, restaurants and independent shops that are drawing more and more people to the area. With places such as Glitch, an amazing multipurpose space that is a hairdressers, café & plant shop, Exchange, as well as Assembly Bakery. For those who are in want of green spaces, Bristol’s idyllic Castle Park is set on the bank of the Avon and perfect for socialising. A bit further on you come to the historic Harbourside housing venues like Watershed, the cultural cinema, M shed and the great eateries of Cargo. Barstaple House is a transport hub, with Temple Meads Station a five minute walk away, cycle paths into the centre and out and regular bus services across the city. Wonderful independent shops, cafes and restaurants, the historic greenspaces of the city centre on the doorstep and transport links across the country is truly the key to Old Market’s popularity.
Set within the 19th Century Barstaple House is this well-proportioned one bedroom flat. The apartment overflows with period features, including a beamed ceiling, stunning masonry work on the chimney breast and beautifully shaped windows above a wooden window seat. The spacious living room provides enough space for both a lounge and dining area. The kitchen looks out onto the mature blooming tree in the courtyard garden, whilst housing an integrated oven and fridge-freezer. The bedroom is filled with charm continuing the theme of beams and masonry work, alongside a door, currently sealed, opening up to the wooden-encased walkway.
This property has a management charge of £95.33 per month, a ground rent is £100 per year and is sold with no onward chain.