Barossa place is a quiet cul de sac located in the bustling heart of Bristol. This well presented townhouse is just a short walk away from one of Bristol's flagship developments, The General, which houses not one but two Michelin Star restaurants in Casamia and Paco Tapas as well as being within easy reach of the increasingly popular Wapping Wharf. This area around Gaol Ferry Steps is now home to several stylish homes, trendy bars and boutique shops within both Cargo One and Cargo Two, which came as two phases of retail and restaurant space, largely occupied for local independent businesses. The area was built on Bristol’s harbourside area, across the water from the busier city centre on the area known as Spike Island. Across the river to the south of the City Centre is the Southville and Bedminster area, which offers a range of popular eateries, bars and shops. For commuters, the area is ideal with several major employers just on the doorstep, including Lloyds Bank and Hargreaves Lansdown who are based on the Harbourside along with several major law firms around Redcliffe and Temple Quay and other industries around the centre of Bristol and up into Clifton. Access out of the city from this area is also straightforward with buses running frequently along the adjacent Cumberland Road to Bristol Airport and the nearby A4 and M32 providing access to the M5 and M4 respectively. One of the key selling points for Barossa Place is that it is only a short 15 minute walk to Temple Meads which is ideal for those looking to commute out of the City or escape for a weekend away. For those looking for quiet walks, there are pleasant routes around the Harbourside but the nearby Ashton Court and Victoria Park also provide expansive green space for running, dog walking and off-road cycling.
The ground floor of this townhouse features a convenient drive in garage offering rare off street parking in Central Bristol; a downstairs W/C and a bright open plan kitchen dining room which offers access out onto a south west facing balcony. The first floor features another reception room offering views out towards The General, and a double bedroom which has its own en suite bathroom. The second floor is comprised of two more double bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms and plenty of storage; and the top floor houses another double bedroom, en suite bathroom and spacious roof terrace.
With outside space on every floor of this surprisingly spacious home, this townhouse in Barossa Place offers a rare opportunity for those looking to upsize and maintain a central location or for those hoping to add to a property portfolio.
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