This flat is positioned on Seymour Road, a quiet road set between Nevil Road and Ashley Down Road, along which several buses run to nearby Horfield, UWE, and into Bristol City Centre. The property is a short walk from the many popular independent shops and cafés on Gloucester Road and Picton Street in Montpelier such as Bianchi’s, as well as the locally-renowned Bakers and Co and Gallimaufry. Just a short walk away is also St Andrews Park, a public park with children's play area. For sports fans, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club play regularly in summer just under a mile away and Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium is further up Gloucester Road. For commuters, the area is very well positioned with the city centre within walking or cycling distance and regular buses running. The M32 Junction 3 is just short drive for those looking to travel out of the city towards the M4 and M5. Residents who like to seek a rural feel are afforded the benefit of nearby St Werburghs Farm area, where Narroways walkways offer green spaces, and several walk and cycle ways offer a great retreat from city life. Popular pubs and tap bars also populate this area at the bottom of the hill, with The Farm Pub offering a fantastic outdoor space just a short walk away.
This two double bedroom garden flat offers its residents a brilliant private outdoor space in a quiet position in Bishopston. The flat itself has a versatile set up, with one bedroom currently being used as a living area but with an additional area for a desk in the hallway space. The bathroom has been recently renovated with contemporary tiling and suite. The living area has double doors out to a lovely private garden, complete with an apple tree, a timber shed, and a brick shed for storage.
The sellers have already begun researching solicitors and have several options lined up. They are looking to move slightly outside of Bristol and have seen several properties they like.