Available to residents of this area is the ease of access into Bristol City Centre with several areas of employment also nearby in the Temple Quay Area. Huge retail choice is available within a short walk to Cabot Circus and Broadmead but also with the independent shops Old Market Street and Cheltenham Road. Old Market itself is now home to several independent shops and cafes such as Glitch, The Exchange and Assembly Bakery. At this side of Old Market, both Easton and St Werburghs are also just a short walk away, with the popular independent eateries of St Marks Road and Mina Road great to have within reach. For train travel, Bristol Temple Meads is within a ten minute walk, as is the popular area of Bristol's Harbourside. The property is well-positioned also for those who frequently travel out of the city, with the nearby M32 linking directly to the M4. For those who like to get out of the city, the flat is close to several roads which link Bristol to the outstanding countryside of the Cotswolds to the north-east of the city and the Mendips to the south.
Accessed via a gate through an outdoor area to a private entrance, is this one bedroom home. The flat benefits from a spacious living area, with a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. The flat is well-presented and has been maintained very well over several years by the current owner. This light flat creates a pleasant space for a first time buyer in a central Bristol location or could represent an good investment.
The flat is offered to the market with no onward chain. Leasehold property with £100 per month management charge
Council Tax currently N/A but will be eligible for council tax once bought by new owner.