Falmouth Road is nestled into a beautifully quiet pocket of Bishopston and is a moment's walk from Gloucester Road and the diversity of cafes, restaurants and independent shops it has to offer. Venues such as FED 303, the Grace, and Bombolini are a fantastic range of eateries for people to enjoy, as well as a number of other independents including Gloucester Road Books, Rambling Rose, and Fancy Plants in the local vicinity to name a select few. Surrounded by green spaces, St Andrews Park is a leafy Victorian public park with children's play area and paddling pool, as well as Horfield Common, which is perfect for dog walkers, runners and those who are wanting to socialise. For sports fans, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club play regularly in summer months just to the other side of Gloucester Road and Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium is slightly further up. The area is very well positioned for commuters, with the city centre within walking or cycling distance and regular buses running, the M32 nearby, with links to the M4 and M5, and Clifton Down Train Station is under two miles away. The area is incredibly popular with families, due to the ‘outstanding’ Redland Green School and Bishop Road Primary School. St Bonaventures Primary School is also around the corner and has glowing reviews from the locals.
Placed on Falmouth Road is this stunning home, which is one of three of the grander style of Victorian builds on the street. Upon entry, you are met by a porch with a Victorian stained glass window and a door with Bristol blue glass, housing glory stars in each corner. The living room has been classically styled with restored original wooden flooring, period fireplace, and a ceiling rose with cornicing lining the ceiling. The second reception room is currently being used as an office with views that overlook the lush garden. Down the stairs, passing the W/C, you enter the kitchen-dining room, with oak engineered flooring, solid wood countertops and Iberian-style tiles and a downward step to the dining area that blends perfectly with the east-facing garden through the French doors. The first floor comprises four bedrooms and a bathroom. Three of the four bedrooms are doubles, with Victorian fireplaces and wooden floorboards, whilst the other room is currently being used as an office. The garden has a decking area to the outside of the dining room, with a mature and flower-filled area to relax.