Seymour Road is situated in Bishopston in the North of the city and a short walk from the many popular independent shops and cafés on Gloucester Road. Gloucester Road has a fantastic selection of cafes and deli’s such as the popular Fed 303, Cave Wine bar and Bakers and Co and Pinkmans just slightly further up Gloucester Road. Just a short walk away is St Andrews Park, a leafy public park with a children’s play area and paddling pool. For sports fans, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club play regularly in summer just under a mile away and Bristol Rovers’ Memorial Stadium is further up Gloucester Road. For commuters, the area is very well positioned with the city centre within walking or cycling distance and regular buses running along the nearby Chesterfield/Cromwell Road. Buses serving Aztec West are available from the nearby Gloucester Road. Montpelier Train Station, a short walk away, connects residents to Bristol Temple Meads and the Temple Quay area. The M32 Junction 3 is just a short drive for those looking to travel out of the city towards the M4 and M5.
Situated on the ground floor of an attractive period building block is this well proportioned one bedroom property which oozes style with a pretty private garden to the rear. With its own entrance there is a private external corridor perfect for bikes and storage and then you enter into a small hallway which leads to a light open plan kitchen/reception room with high ceilings and plenty of light from the 4 windows. The colour scheme and layout that the vendors have gone with gives the flat a timeless Scandinavian vibe, with white washed floorboards, house plants and a semi-fitted kitchen; a welcoming atmosphere for anyone who comes to visit. There are two bedrooms to the rear, which both over look the garden and a bathroom with white tiles and shower over the bath.
The property is leasehold, with 960 years left on the lease and a service charge of £30 per month. Council Tax Band B