Cooperage Lane is set back behind the ever-popular Coronation Road in Southville. From here there are two footbridges across the river to reach the Harbourside area of the city and further onto Wapping Wharf, an area which has fast become one of Bristol’s most iconic and desirable settings for living, eating and socialising. The area around Gaol Ferry Steps is now home to several stylish homes, trendy bars and boutique shops within both Cargo One and Cargo Two, which came as two phases of retail and restaurant space, largely occupied for local independent businesses. Southville itself has long been one of the most popular parts of Bristol to live in. North Street is very nearby and is home to a number of popular bars and eateries such as The Tobacco factory, the popular Souk Kitchen, The Pony and Trap Bistro, as well as highly regarded cafes such as Sweven and Marks Bread. Crossing the river from Southville, you are just minutes from all Bristol City Centre has to offer. For those who work in the city, the commute by foot or bike is short and painless, whilst the journey home after an evening in a city is also straightforward and advantageous on foot rather than negotiating city centre traffic.
Nestled into one of the most popular areas in Bristol is this beautifully presented two bedroom apartment. Accessed on Cooperage Lane, there is a private car park where this apartment has enough space for two cars to park. Though a sunny patio garden, there is a private entrance that leads through to a large hall. The first bedroom is to the right, which is an ideal office or guest bedroom. Straight on leads you into a living-dining room that links nicely with the L-shaped kitchen, housing a large amount of countertop space that is coupled with metro tiles. To the rear of the flat, there is a bathroom and also a bedroom with built-in wardrobes and a door that leads out to another patio that comprises a unique series of vaults spread across the north and west sides of this property. Ripe for development, these vaults could be converted to add to the already well-proportioned apartment, or can be used as vast amounts of storage that not many inner city flats have access to.
Council tax band B
110 years left on the lease
Service charge £85 p/m
Ground rent £185 p/a