Nicholas Road is a quiet, residential cul de sac off the popular St Marks Road, close to Greenbank. Residents of this area are extremely complimentary about the neighbourhood and local community, with several local events often organised. The area benefits from its proximity to several green spaces as well as Bristol City Centre via the local cycle path as well as two local train stations and the M32, making it very accessible to commuters. However, it is the amenities on the doorstep which have enhanced the popularity of the area. The independent shops and cafés of St Marks Road are a short walk away, with popular venues such as the Greenbank Pub, Este's Kitchen and No.12 Easton also nearby. The area has an arty feel, with lots of high-quality graffiti in the area, as well as art studios and music venues in the area. Families occupy many of the houses in this area, with many still looking to move to the area due to the recent success of the nearby Whitehall Primary, May Park Primary and Bannerman Road Primary Schools.
Situated on Nicholas Road, just off the ever-popular St Marks Road is this well-proportioned two bedroom home. This double bay-fronted property has a lot to offer, with a front reception room complete with cornicing and ceiling rose, a large dining room, as well as a kitchen that leads out onto a south-west facing garden. The first floor comprises a large main bay-fronted bedroom, a second double, as well as a bathroom. With these Victorian properties, many owners go up into the loft to create an additional space. This area is ideal for those looking to be involved in the beautiful Easton community and be close to the independent shops and cafes, such as No.12, East Bristol Bakery & Bristol Sweet Mart. For commuters, this is a quiet yet hugely convenient area, with the nearby cycle path leading into the City Centre as well as buses and trains running regularly from Stapleton Station. Contact Michael at Boardwalk Property Co. to secure your viewing.
This property is a fantastic project and is sold with no onward chain.