This spacious flat is situated on the corner of Marston Road and Maxse Road in the popular pocket of Victorian homes between Wells Road and Bath Road. One of the real benefits of this house is the amount and variety of parks and green spaces within a short distance., Redcatch Park and Community Garden, Perretts Park and Arnos Vale Cemetery with its popular Cleverchefs Café are all within 10 minutes walk from the house. The expansive Victoria Park and Callington Road Nature Reserve are also nearby, providing brilliant open spaces for the summer or for walking the dog all year round. The area is easily commutable from Bristol City Centre, approximately 30 minutes walk, a short cycle or bus journey down Wells Road. The area also has lots of amenities on the doorstep with Wells Road recently becoming home to more and more popular bars, cafes and restaurants. The Knowle Pub is just a short walk away and is a great spot for a Sunday lunch or a beer in the garden.
The flat itself is one of two flats in a larger than average, end of terrace bay-fronted Victorian building. The flat measures 5.75 metres at it’s widest point across the front and tapers slightly towards the garden at the back. The front room of the flat provides a sizeable and welcoming space, suitable to double up as a living space and area to work from home. The bedroom is a comfortable double and like much of the flat, is decorated with character and style. The kitchen offers enough space for a small dining table with stylish metro-tiles and stripped wooden doors, one of which leads to the door to the back garden and the bathroom situated to the back of the flat. The back garden has been especially well maintained with several rose bushes and a cherry tree creating a pleasant and very private outdoor space for some fresh air to sit and enjoy a drink or read a book. The apple and pear trees to the front of the flat also give a particular green feel and additional privacy to the front.