Hurlingham Road is an impressive terrace of elevated Victorian houses in St Andrews which enjoys fabulous views across south Bristol. This popular part of St Andrews is home to many families making the most of the popular local schools: Sefton Park Infants, Fairlawn, and Bishop Road. The house also offers easy access to numerous green spaces such as the local St Andrews Park which features a play area for children and plenty of park land for those looking for a convenient dog walking spot. For those commuting to work, St Andrew's is well-placed for major areas of employment both in the City Centre and in North Bristol, with buses running both ways along the A38 and Montpellier Station a 5 minute walk away which reaches Bristol Temple Meads as well as Severn Beach. Gloucester Road, one of the most popular shopping locations in the city, is also within easy reach and houses numerous independent coffee shops and cafe's such as The Bristolian, Emmeline, Cafe Kino, and The Crafty Egg.
Beautiful exposed hardwood flooring runs throughout this entire house. The ground floor features a front sitting room which is enjoys huge amounts of natural light as a result of the large, south facing bay window to the front of the house. There is a separate second reception room behind which has been fitted with a fully functional log burner. Double doors open out into the lean to which can easily be used as a workshop or additional storage space. At the back of the house is the surprisingly wide rear kitchen which has plenty of space for a kitchen table as well as a fitted kitchen with plenty of surface space. Outside there is a W/C, and the garden itself is elevated so is bathed in sunlight throughout the day. The vendor has planted a number of trees and bushes in the garden which provides a level of privacy which is uncommon in such a central location. The first floor has three really good sized double bedrooms and a well maintained family bathroom. The master bedroom at the front of the house has plenty of room for built in storage, and two large sash windows that offer views out across Bristol.
Council tax band B
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