Bellevue Crescent is a picturesque cul de sac in a quiet pocket of Cliftonwood, which runs off Constitution Hill, in between Clifton Triangle and Clifton Village, with step access down to the Harbourside. The three areas boast a range of shops and cafes such as the ever popular Rosemarino and Foliage Cafe, as well as several pubs and bars. The neighbourhood also benefits from the nearby Clifton Lido, an open air swimming pool with a highly regarded restaurant on site. For commuters, the area is very central, with much of the city within walking or cycling distance. Buses run along Queens Road and Anchor Road. The area is also close to several green spaces, such as the expansive Clifton and Durdham Downs and Leigh Woods, along with smaller local parks such as Victoria Square and Birdcage Walk.
Placed in the Victorian-lined buildings of Bellevue Crescent is this beautifully presented one bedroom apartment. Upon entry to the flat you can see the level of detail the vendors have gone in to make it the perfect space. The living room benefits from new wooden flooring, a Victorian fireplace, and a large bay-fronted window flooding the room with light, alongside providing sweeping views of Bristol. An understairs cupboard has recently been installed, offering great storage options for the new owner. The kitchen has been replaced, with solid wood countertops and white tiles lining the walls, alongside floor and wall cabinets. The bedroom has inbuilt wardrobes and period wooden paneling to either side of the grand sash window, offering practicality alongside style.