Merioneth Street is made up of colourful Victorian terraces and is situated in a hugely popular part of Bristol, just on the fringe of Victoria Park and in close proximity to the city centre. The area is ideal for commuters both within Bristol and to the cities beyond through the trains at nearby Temple Meads. The local primary school, Victoria Park, is well thought of locally and along with St Mary Redcliffe has enhanced the appeal of this area and nearby Windmill Hill for young families. Within easy walking distance are gastro-pubs such as the Star and Dove, cafes such as the Sundial Kitchen, fruit and vegetable sellers such as The Banana Boat, bakeries such as Bristol Loaf, and many other shops and restaurants. Only a short bike-ride away are the music venues, theatres, cocktail bars, and other amenities of North Street in Southville, Wapping Wharf, and the City Centre. Yet this location is quiet and peaceful. For those looking for green space, there are few, if any, better places in Bristol. Victoria Park itself offers approximately 50 acres of large open space with fantastic views towards the city. There is also a child’s play area, café and a marked running route for joggers. Perrett’s Park, with its beautiful views, is only half a kilometre away.
This beautifully presented two bedroom Victorian home is nestled into the Victoria Park community on Merioneth Street. Upon entry to this sky blue home, it is clear to see the level of work that has gone into making this a place for modern living. The front reception room flows nicely through to the kitchen dining room, with an ideal amount of space for a large dining room table. There is a U-shaped kitchen with brand new integrated appliances, a large amount of work surface area, as well as a plentiful supply of cupboard space. French doors in the dining room lead out to a stunningly sunny south-west facing garden. The first floor comprises two double bedrooms with period fireplaces and a newly fitted bathroom with vibrant blue portrait tiles that line the bath and the sink, with industrial black fittings and a rainfall showerhead. Alongside all of the seen work that has gone into the resurrection of this home, there is also a lot of unseen work that has been done. These include works such as a new roof, replastering throughout, a full rewire, as well as flipping the stairs, which changes the complete makeup of the first floor, creating a much more usable space.
This two double bedroom period home on the boundary of Victoria Park is offered with no onward chain.