Whitehall Gardens is situated in Whitehall, just off the Bristol to Bath cycle path in between Greenbank and St George's Park. The area has always been popular with families due to the ‘Outstanding’ Whitehall Primary school, which is around the corner, whilst increasingly being in high demand with young professionals in recent years. Whitehall Road has nice eateries including Bristol Spirit and venues like The Red Lion. Church Road also nearby, is home to a number of popular shops and cafes such as The Bristol Loaf, Southville Deli, The Faraway Tree and Grounded Café. The proximity of the large, Victorian St George's Park is a huge benefit to local residents and offers a great retreat from city life on a summer's day. For those needing access away from Bristol, the property is very close to the Bristol to Bath Railway Path and just a short drive from Junction 2 of the M32, which in turn leads to the M4. Bristol Temple Meads train station is also just a short journey by car, bike or train from the local Lawrence Hill Station.
Situated in the heart of Whitehall you will find this charming two-bedroom mid terrace Victorian home. The bay front adds to the desired look of this Victorian home, which is the perfect first-time buyer’s home. The ground floor benefits from an open plan feel where the front living room has been opened up to the dining room providing the ideal social space to host friends and family. The living room boasts the Victorian bay which adds size and an extra element to the front room. At the rear of the ground floor you will find the kitchen which provides direct access out into the garden. As you move upstairs you are initially greeted by the newly renovated bathroom which is decorated in a bold blue and contrasts the white metro tiling nicely. Upstairs is rounded off by two fantastic sized bedrooms with the master room being positioned at the front of the home. The garden is nicely secluded and private and provides a lovely space to spend your summer evenings. The property also offers the potential for further expansion, whether that be an extension to the rear of the home or to carry out a loft conversion like some of the neighbouring homes in the area.
Council Tax Band B.