Ruby Street is a quiet residential road of terraced Victorian homes in one of the most desirable parts of Bristol. Located in the 'Chessels', just off Chessel Street in Bedminster, this house is within easy reach of all of the amenities of North Street, including The Tobacco Factory, the popular Souk Kitchen, The Old Bookshop as well as highly regarded cafes such as Sweven, Albatross Cafe and Tin Can Coffee. Heading further north crossing the river from Southville, and you're less than 15 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, with lovely views along the harbourside. The journey home after an evening in the 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 under 2 miles from Temple Meads - Bristol's main train station - and close to roads which can take you out of the city in either direction, the location of Ruby Street is certainly key to its popularity.
Nestled into the beautiful Chessels community is this three bedroom bay fronted Victorian home. Upon entry, the hallway leads you through to the dining room, which is the focal-point of this open-plan living space. Into the living room, there is a continuation of wooden flooring, a period fireplace, bespoke wooden shelving and cupboards to either side of the chimney breast, as well as wooden shutters. The kitchen leads off the dining room and houses granite work surfaces to either side, alongside a plentiful supply of cupboard space. To the back of the house there is a bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles, tiled floor, and a heated towel rack. The first floor comprises a substantial main bedroom, a second double, alongside a great office space or cot room. The garden receives the afternoon sun and is the ideal entertaining space with a patioed section with borders of climbing plants and flowers.