Windsor Terrace is a classic Georgian terrace which is steeped in history, unlike that of many other roads. Building begin on Windsor Terrace and the man-made cliff on which it sits in 1782. The ambitious project was commissioned by William Watts, a plumber made rich by an invention in engineering which allowed him to sell his business for £10,000 and begin building Windsor Terrace. Windsor Terrace is named so after William was invited to meet King George III at Windsor Castle to discuss his invention. Windsor Terrace was finished at the end of the 18th Century and remains one of the most impressive and recognisable terraces in Bristol. For today's residents, the terrace provides a fantastic and calm setting, set away from traffic and still approached through railings which were once home to the gates into this private terrace. The terrace offers fantastic views south towards Dundry and offers a vantage point to the end of the Avon Gorge and round to Clifton Suspension Bridge. A short walk up the hill is the ever-popular Clifton Village, with its highly-regarded restaurants, independent shops, bars and cafes. Whilst a short walk in the opposite direction and residents of Windsor Terrace can benefit from the modern cityscape of Bristol Harbourside and City Centre. The terrace is in a highly convenient position for commuters with buses running frequently along the nearby A4 and many areas of employment well within walking distance, such as Hargreaves Lansdown and Lloyds Bank. For those looking to travel out of the city regularly the flat is well-positioned to access the south-west via the A370, the motorway via the Portway (A4) and Bristol Airport via the A38.
Situated on the prestigious Windsor Terrace, a classic Clifton terrace that boasts extensive views over Bristol and the Avon Gorge is this impressive two bedroom garden flat. This property benefits from a landscaped, private rear garden measuring approximately 110ft in length and allowing pedestrian access to the rear to the Avon Gorge and views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. The flat itself is beautifully finished with a contemporary kitchen opening to a spacious living area, measuring approximately 5.6 x 4.6 metres. Large windows in this flat make it exceptionally light and the high ceilings give a great feeling of space. The finish of the flat strikes a great balance between contemporary sleekness, evident in the modern shower room, with period charm, best shown in the living room and master bedroom. The garden for this flat is particularly striking and has been carefully landscaped into several usable sections for seating and lawned areas. This is a vast amount of outdoor space rarely seen in such a central and prestigious location.