Hotwells is a historic part of Bristol whose name derives from the hot springs which bubble up through the rocks of the Avon Gorge underneath the Clifton Suspension Bridge and features many beautiful Georgian listed buildings. A short walk up the hill is Clifton Village, with its highly-regarded restaurants, independent shops. New restaurants and cafe's such as Kibou and Foliage Cafe strike a pleasant contrast to the well established and ever popular Coronation Tap, Portcullis Pub, and beautiful views of the Avon Gorge Hotel. Hotwells is also conveniently located close to Bristol City Centre and the rapidly expanding Bristol Harbourside which has attracted a number of large employers. For those looking for a day out South of the river, North Street is a 20 minute walk across the impressive Greville Smyth Park and offers many independent bars and restaurants and is well known for its wealth of Street Art.
This Grade Two Listed property is packed full of character and steeped in History. Accessed via a private alleyway which opens out onto a stone court yard, you enter this cottage on the ground floor into a spacious front reception room. Exposed hardwood flooring runs throughout this front room which also features a functioning log burner and into the connected, fully fitted kitchen which looks out into the front courtyard. The tiled bathroom is set just off of this kitchen and has been well maintained. Without doubt one of the most impressive features of this house is the bespoke fitted rear conservatory with large exposed Oak Beams. The owner fitted this himself around 10 years ago and is a truly versatile space; it opens out onto the private courtyard rear garden which makes it the ideal entertaining space for upcoming summer barbecues, or a fantastically bright and peaceful home office which also benefits from underfloor electric heating, as does the bathroom. The upstairs houses the two bedrooms, the master of which benefits from two terraces allowing which makes for a perfect vantage spot to watch hot air balloons float over from the nearby Ashton Court, across the rest of Bristol.
This property is advertised with no onwards Chain.
Council tax band C.