Located in a quiet pocket, running in parallel with Robertson Road, Mivart is a highly desirable street made up of attractive Victorian Terraces, semi-detached period homes, as well as a converted factory split into independent businesses. The area is shielded from any through-traffic due to the position of Rosemary Green, Greenbank Cemetery and the Bristol to Bath Railway Path, which surrounds the area. Residents of this area are extremely complimentary about the neighbourhood and local community. The area benefits from its proximity to Bristol City Centre, two local train stations and the M32, making it very accessible to commuters. However, it is the amenities on the doorstep which have enhanced the popularity of the area. The independent shops and cafés of St Marks Road are a short walk away, with popular venues such as The Greenbank Pub, Garden of Easton, and Este's Kitchen closer still. Families occupy many of the houses in this area, with many still looking to move to the area due to the recent success of the nearby Whitehall Primary and Bannerman Road Primary Schools.
Placed on Mivart Street is this spacious three double bedroom terraced home. The current owner has lovingly refurbished the house including extending into the loft to make a lovely master bedroom. On entering the property on the ground floor there is a reception room to the front with bay window and to the rear of the property is a dining room/sitting room and modern kitchen with solid wood worktops, open shelving and metro tiles. From the rear living room, there is also a door to the garden which is bigger than unusually large for the area with a sundeck to the rear. Upstairs on the first floor, there are two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom. The third bedroom in the loft is light and bright with an en-suite shower room, and neutral furnishings making it a tranquil escape at the top of the house.