Stevens Crescent is placed to the west of Totterdown and adjacent to the beautiful Victoria Park and the north of Perretts Park. This quiet street has the best of both worlds, with a fantastic array of cafes, restaurants and independent shops on Wells Road, as well as the open green spaces of South Bristol. Places on Wells Road, such as Fox & West, an independent cafe and greengrocers selling a diversity of local produce, Southside Bar and Farrow’s Fish & Chips offer some of the best options in the city. Green spaces are in plentiful supply, with Arnos Vale being an idyllic Victorian garden cemetery with the Cleverchefs cafe at its heart, the incredible views of Perrett Park, as well as the 50 acres of Victoria Park. Totterdown offers easy access to and from the city, with Bath Road offering an easy link to Bath, the Portway taking you to the M5 and the M32 to the M4 and beyond. Temple Mead Train Station is also a short walk or cycle away, offering connections nationally. Travelling southwards, you find yourself in the Mendips, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Nestled into the heart of Totterdown is this beautifully presented three-bedroom Victorian home. Upon entry, you are met by restored original wooden floorboards that have been painted white, adding so much light throughout the ground floor. The living room blends the Victorian features with modern touches, with stunning wooden floorboards, exposed pine doors, as well as bespoke fitted storage to either side of the chimney breast. The kitchen-diner is the perfect open plan social space, with a large dining area that is ideal for entertaining and a kitchen with a good amount of work surface. There are bespoke fit shelving units to either side of the chimney breast maintaining the light theme, as well as an understairs cupboard that can house bikes. The kitchen has solid wood countertops, with white ceramic backsplash tiles that line the walls, and slate floor tiles that lead through to the bathroom. The bathroom has a nice finish, with tiles lining the majority of the walls, a wooden-paneled bath and a classic door, with Bristol blue glass with glory stars in each corner. The first floor benefits from a large skylight above the landing, flooding the area with light and comprises three double bedrooms, of which the main and second bedroom both have built in cupboards. The garden has an L-shape patioed area, raised beds that border an artificial lawn, which is south-east facing, meaning you get the sun for the majority of the day.