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Cooperage Road is a quiet road which comes off of Avonvale Road to join Netham Road, backing on to Netham Park. The area has become hugely popular with young professionals in recent years. Church Road is home to a number of popular shops and cafes such as Poco Deli and The Bristol Loaf. 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's Park is also a huge benefit to local residents and offers a great retreat from city life on a summer's day, whilst Netham Park itself is also a major community hub and an open space which links the area to the River Avon path leading out to Conham River Park and further. The sportier of the local residents can take advantage of the Whitehall Athletics Arena through Bristol and West AC who are based there. For those needed access away from Bristol, the property is just a short drive from Junction 2 of the M32, which in turn leads to the M4. The hugely popular Bristol to Bath cycle path is within easy reach for those looking to lazy Sunday into a fun filled adventure. Bristol Temple Meads train station is also just a short journey by car, bike or train from the local Lawrence Hill Station.
A charming and beautifully styled three bedroom period home. The house has two inter-connected reception rooms on the ground floor, creating a bright and open living space to enjoy. The sellers have carried out a range of fantastic works to the home to which have modernised in a way that has been cleverly sympathetic with the character of the house. A woodburner brilliantly frames the living area, whilst the kitchen has been recently installed by the current owners along with several examples of bespoke crafted shelving and units throughout the home. Extensive work has also been done by the current sellers on major parts of the house, including the roof with velux windows overlooking the park, a boiler and double doors out to the garden. To the upper floors, there are three bedrooms and a bathroom, with the rooms at the rear of the house offering a great view of the park and those on the front placed on a quiet street scene on Cooperage Road.