This house is situated on a quiet residential road in Easton. The area is largely shielded from through-traffic, so has a quiet feel. Residents of this area are extremely complimentary about the neighbourhood and local community. The area benefits from its proximity to Bristol City Centre, 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 No. 12 Café, The Greenbank Pub, the Public Food Market and Este's Kitchen closer still. 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 and Bannerman Road Primary Schools.
Placed on the peaceful Barratt Street is this beautifully presented two bedroom home. The home has encapsulated the vibrancy of Easton, having splashes of colour throughout with stunning wooden flooring. The kitchen-living room is truly the hub of this home, coming with a log burning stove nestled into an exposed brick fireplace, ideal relaxing and socialising. The kitchen has a solid wood frame housing a Belfast sink and integrated shelving to the left hand side. The first floor has a spacious main bedroom with dark-stained wooden flooring, a second double bedroom, as well as a bathroom with a wooden-panelled bath and dark walls contrasting with the surrounding white tiles. The south facing garden is a suntrap and offers great light for potted plants and raised beds.
This period home is currently rented and is advertised with no onward chain.