Cheswick Village is a well-regarded area in North Bristol, which has been recently developed to satisfy the huge demand for property in North Bristol. Within Cheswick Village, Wood mead sits very close to the fast-growing village centre, ideal for popping to the shops, eateries and making use of the facilities, such as Boston Tea Party and Tribal.Fit Gym. The area continues to grow in size and popularity, with the nearby Wallscourt Farm Academy rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted, which is why so many families look to stay within the area. Wood Mead is also within close proximity to Trinity Academy in Lockleaze, which is part of the highly regarded Cathedral Schools Trust. The area is situated close to several areas of employment, with many residents working at the nearby M.o.D, Aviva or making the short journey to other major employers in North Bristol, such as Rolls Royce and Airbus. UWE is a five minute walk away, which is what makes this area fantastic for students. For those who work or socialise in the City Centre, the proximity of two train stations is very useful whilst buses also provide access by public transport, able to cut through to the Horfield area via a designated route for buses and pedestrians. The area is situated very close to the M32 so for those travelling to Bristol, London or South Wales by car, the house is very well placed. For residents looking to retreat from city life, the area has a good range of green spaces, from the expansive Stoke Park, 267 acres of countryside, with a diversity of open-space, woodland and ponds in the view of the 16th Century Dower House, to the winding paths along Snuff Mills and the Oldbury Court Estate ideal for dog walkers, runners and mountain bikers.
This four bedroom home is currently rented out with the tenancy finishing in July. It's rental potential as a student let for the 2021/2022 is £2,600 per month, providing a 7.8% yield. The ground floor has a kitchen with plentiful cupboard space and leads through to a utility room with an extra sink and houses a washing machine and dryer. The substantial lounge has a south-west aspect and is beautifully light throughout the day, which is perfect for both entertaining and relaxing. Currently being used as a bedroom, the second reception room makes an ideal dining room or office space with sliding doors leading out onto an east facing garden with side access and a shed. The first floor comprises three double bedrooms and a single, with the main bedroom housing an ensuite. The property also comes with a single garage and allocated parking space, with additional short term visitor parking on the estate. The vendor has a HMO license which was granted in 2019. For families, this home is situated around the corner from Wallscourt Farm Academy, a highly regarded primary school.
This four bedroom home is offered with no chain.