Henleaze Road is made up of grand Victorian and Edwardian homes that lie to the south of Henleaze, just north of Westbury Park. With the road touching the edge of Clifton Downs, the area is hugely popular with runners, cyclists, as well as dog walkers with around 400 acres of space to utilise. Henleaze Road continues, turning into a High Street, with a diversity of pubs, shops, and cafes such as The Eastfield Pub and Henleaze Garden Shop. On the other side, Northumbria Drive, there is Waitrose, the fantastic Westbury Park Pub and Kitchen, Scott Cinemas, alongside another high street that again, leads up to the Clifton Downs. Both a short distance away, Gloucester Road and Whiteladies Road have a host of independent cafes, shops, and restaurants, while the city centre is a little bit further still or a short cycle or bus ride in. For public transport, both Clifton Down and Redland Train Stations are nearby, offering easy links to Temple Mead Station and beyond.
Situated on the top floor of a grand Victorian property, is this beautifully presented two double bedroom apartment. Upon entry, you are met by a staircase with a stunning period skylight at the top of the lofty ceiling. Halfway up the stairs is the substantial main bedroom, with a large sash window that floods the room with light. Up to the main floor, there is a recently installed kitchen with solid wood work surfaces and a Belfast sink. The living room is a perfect blend of social and relaxing space, with room enough for a large table and chairs, whilst to the other side, there is a lounge area with double glazed sash windows. The second double bedroom would also make the perfect office and benefits from double glazed sash windows. To the back of the property, the apartment comes with a garage with rear access.
This period top floor apartment comes chain free.