The house is situated on Rose Green Road, a road to the east of Greenbank, south of Fishponds. The house is situated just opposite the well-used cycle path which runs from the centre of Bristol, all the way to Bath. This cycle path makes it an ideal spot for commuters into the City Centre or to the several new areas of employment based around Temple Quay. For commuters, there are also several buses that run through the area and Stapleton Road train station just a short walk away, making the area a very accessible place to live. This part of Bristol has some of the most choices for parks, nature reserves and green spaces, with Greenbank Cemetery, Eastville Park, Frome Valley Footpath and Coombe Brooke Nature Reserve all nearby. Within minutes are also the shops and cafes of Greenbank, St Marks Road, Fishponds and Church Road, giving residents of this area a fantastic choice, with very well regarded establishments nearby. For families, there are also very good schools nearby including Whitehall, May Park and Chester Park Primary Schools.
Placed on Rose Green Road is this beautifully presented three bedroom home. Upon entry you are met by a hallway, which leads through to the open-plan living space. The vendors have opened this up, making it an ideal social space. Being a 1930s build, the large bayfront floods the room with light, and being wider than the Victorian properties in the area, offers well-proportioned rooms for living. The first floor comprises three bedrooms, two of which are doubles, as well as a bathroom. The loft had been boarded and also offers the opportunity to extend into. The substantial south-facing garden is easily maintained and sun-soaked throughout the day.