Upper Street is placed to the east of Totterdown and adjacent to the beautiful Arnos Vale Cemetery. This quiet street has the best of both worlds, with a fantastic array of cafes, restaurants and independent shops on Wells Road, as well as the open green spaces of South Bristol. Places on Wells Road, such as Fox & West, an independent cafe and greengrocers selling a diversity of local produce, Bank, Totterdown Canteen and Farrow’s Fish & Chips offer some of the best options in the city. Green spaces are in plentiful supply, with Arnos Vale being an idyllic Victorian garden cemetery with the Cleverchefs cafe at its heart, the incredible views of Perrett Park, as well as the 50 acres of Victoria Park. Totterdown offers easy access to and from the city, with Bath Road offering an easy link to Bath, the Portway taking you to the M5 and the M32 to the M4 and beyond. Temple Meads Train Station is also a short walk or cycle away, offering connections nationally. Traveling southwards, you find yourself in the Mendips, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Situated on a pretty Victorian terrace with views over Bristol is this four bedroom house over three floors. To the ground floor there is a reception room with bay window, cornicing, ceiling rose and eco-friendly low emission “Chilli Penguin” catalytic convertor wood burner. The middle of the house has been opened up to the stairs to create a spacious dining room with doors to the garden. There is a galley kitchen with wood units and a bathroom to the rear. Upstairs there are three bedrooms to the first floor and the top floor has been converted to a stunning bedroom with far reaching city views and an en-suite bathroom. The sunny rear garden has astro turf and mature shrubs making it the perfect spot to sit and enjoy a drink in the summer.
Council Tax band B