Bellevue Terrace is a quiet road of terraced Victorian houses located between Hollywood Road and the increasingly popular Bath Road. The area is just a short walk to shops and the amenities of Sandy Park Road and Wells Road, with Paintworks and Avonmeads Retail Park also a short journey away. Just a short distance from the house is Arnos Court park, which provides a great area for runners and dog-walkers, for those looking for more of an escape from the city, the proximity of the nearby Wells Road allows ease of access to North East Somerset and Chew Valley. For commuters, this area is very well placed, just a short distance from Bristol City Centre and Bristol Temple Meads Station. The popular Holymead Primary School is just at the end of the road, making the location ideal for young families also.
Nestled into the village-like culdesac of Bellevue Terrace, is this beautifully presented three bedroom Victorian home. Upon entry, you are met by original wooden floorboards that lead through to a nicely presented front reception room. Towards the back of the home, there is a lounge that houses a stunning Victorian fireplace and understairs storage. The lounge flows through to the kitchen-dining room, which is flooded with light due to conservatory extension. The kitchen comprises wooden work surfaces that line the kitchen walls along with contrasting red tiles, an integrated oven with gas hobs, as well as plentiful cupboard space. There is wooden flooring throughout the kitchen-diner, and towards the back of the room, there is a utility section that has space enough for a washing machine and dryer. The bathroom also runs off the kitchen, which has floor to ceiling tiles and a heated towel rack. The first floor has a main bedroom with an en suite bathroom and integrated wardrobe, a second double bedroom, as well as a single bedroom that is an ideal office space. The west-facing garden is a sun trap throughout the day, particularly for the evening sun, making it ideal for social gatherings and relaxing alike.