Worsley Street is a quiet residential road on the borders of Whitehall, Redfield and Easton, an area that has become hugely popular with young professionals in recent years. Church Road is home to a number of popular shops and cafes such as Southville Deli, The Bristol Loaf and Grounded Café, St Marks Road in Easton also boasts a range of well-regarded venues such as Bristol Sweet Mart. The proximity of the large, Victorian St George Park is also a huge benefit to local residents and offers a great retreat from city life on a summer's day. The sportier of the local residents can take advantage of the Whitehall Athletics Arena through Bristol and West AC who are based there.
There are plenty of transport links that residents of Worsley Street are able to access to get into the city centre as a number of convenient bus routes and the Bristol Bath Cycle Path are all within easy reach of your front door. For those who are looking for access out of town this house is just a short drive from Junction 2 of the M32, which in turn leads to the M4. Bristol Temple Meads train station is also just a short journey by car, bike or train from the local Lawrence Hill Station.
A one of a kind double bay fronted Victorian house which is packed full of character and has been renovated from top to toe by its current owners to a fabulous standard. The ground floor features a cosy sitting room to the front which can be separated by bi-fold glass doors or left open to enjoy a more open-plan feel throughout. There is a dining area in the middle of the house with exposed brickwork, the perfect spot to accommodate plenty of entertaining and to the rear of the property, a full-width, modern kitchen with island and double doors onto the garden. The rear garden has been landscaped beautifully with seating to the sides, grasses and the prettiest Japanese Maple. The upstairs of the property is comprised of two bright double bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom to the rear.