Beaconsfield Street is a quiet residential terrace of Victorian houses close to the ever-popular Netham Park. St George’s Park is also nearby and is one of the city’s most popular parks providing a kids play area, tennis courts, a cafe, a skate park, and a lake. The area surrounding Barton Hill has many exciting independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, with Avonvale Road near to the very popular Poco Deli, Red Church and Orchard Café. On from this, the much loved Bristol Loaf and The Lock-Up are staples in this community. The shops and cafes of Easton are also easily accessible via the Bristol to Bath cycle path, including East Bristol Bakery, Garden of Easton, and Bristol Sweet Mart. There are several well-regarded schools in the area, meaning this is a popular area with families. For commuters, it is a short journey into Bristol City Centre by bus, bike or car, whilst also being just a short drive from Bath and the motorway networks as well. From this side of the City Centre, Bristol Temple Meads is just a short journey away, as Is Lawrence Hill Train Station.
The ground floor of this attractive period property features an impressive double reception room with high ceilings, hardwood flooring and exposed brickwork. The fully fitted kitchen is just set off to the rear and is surprisingly spacious with plenty of counter space. There is an un-overlooked sunny south-facing rear garden which is partially paved, decked and also features some lawn. Upstairs features a tiled, three-piece bathroom and two generously sized double bedrooms, the master of which has a large bay window letting in plenty of sunlight
Lease: remainder of 999 year lease
Council tax band A
Ground rent £2 a year
EPC has been ordered and will follow shortly