Morley Road is a quiet residential street which is positioned on the east of Southville next to the lovely Dame Emily Park home to Dean Lane skatepark and its very own community garden. It’s also very close to the bridge across the River Avon to the Wapping Wharf area, Bristols newest quarter full of excellent eateries, coffee shops and shops. North Street in Southville is nearby and is also home to a number of popular bars and eateries such as The Tobacco factory, the popular Souk Kitchen, The Pony & Trap Bistro as well as highly regarded cafes such as Sweven and Tincan Coffee. Crossing the river from Southville, you are just minutes from all Bristol City Centre has to offer. For those who work in the city, the commute by foot or bike is short and painless, whilst the journey home after an evening in a city is also straightforward and advantageous on foot rather than negotiating city centre traffic. Over the river to the left in Wapping Wharf is the high-end development ‘The General’ with Michelin star restaurants: Casamia and Paco Tapas. Beyond these is Bristol’s scenic harbourside with its boat trips and water-facing bars and restaurants. With this house being minutes from the train station and close to roads which can take you out of the city in either direction, the location of Morley Road is certainly key to its popularity.
This is a spacious ground floor flat that has been lovingly refurbished by its current owners and offers direct views across the park. There is a large open plan living room/kitchen with picture windows over looking the park, a reading corner, and the kitchen has wooden worktops and a mixture of modern and more free-standing units making it feel really unique. There are two large double bedrooms, one with an enuite shower room and a further bathroom, both with modern fixtures and fittings including fabulous tiles. This flat is nearly 800 square meters and offers spacious city centre living with park views in the heart of Southville.