Picton Street is a fantastic position within Montpelier, close to St Pauls, Cotham and Stokes Croft. Residents of this immediate area are within easy reach of shops, bars and cafés of Cheltenham Road and Gloucester Road. All within a short walk, The Bristolian, Emmeline, Café Kino, and The Crafty Egg offer a diversity of cafe options, whilst local pubs such as The Cadbury and The Star and Garter come highly recommended. For commuters, the area is extremely well placed for a short walk or cycle into Bristol City Centre. Buses run frequently along the A38 and train transport is available across the city and to Bristol Temple Meads via nearby Montpelier train station. For those looking for access to green space, the house is just a short walk from St Andrews Park and the Narroways Nature Reserve in St Werburghs, whilst getting out to the country via the nearby M32 or Temple Meads train station is also straightforward.
Nestled into Montpellier is this beautifully presented four bedroom grade-II listed Georgian townhouse with a red brick facade. Upon entry, you are met by a reception room flooded with light through the converted shop front. Through to the rear of the hall floor, there is a double bedroom with high ceilings, two-tone painted walls, and spotlights that were added during a complete rewire of the property. The lower ground floor has a tv room/snug to the front and a kitchen-diner to the otherside, with a great amount of countertop space, pink mosaic tiles, and large sliding doors that open out onto a leafy tiered garden with a decked area, patio area, as well as a lawn that has a burnt-wood cabin with plumbing and electrics. The first floor comprises a double bedroom with wooden floorboards, built-in wardrobe, as well as a period fireplace, whilst the bathroom has stunning freestanding sinks and bath, rainfall shower, as well as another fireplace. The second floor houses two double bedrooms, one with a built-in cupboard.
This four double bedroom townhouse is offered with no onward chain.