The house is situated on the northern side of Belluton Road, allowing it fantastic panoramic views of Bristol from the top floor. Belluton Road is a quiet road of substantial and attractive period homes. The road is close to Perretts Park in the west, whilst at the other there is the rapidly developing Wells Road, home to several popular independent shops and eateries. The house is just minutes from the popular Fox and West Deli, Eat Your Greens, Acapella and Southside Bar, with its indoor and outdoor seating and serving local craft beers. Knowle is an extremely popular family area, with a brilliant combination of large houses, good schools and a choice of great parks. Hillcrest Primary School, is just a short walk away and is very well-regarded locally. Belluton Road is also just a short walk away from Arnos Vale Cemetery, Redcatch Park with its community garden and Victoria Park, both offering a great escape from the city and open green spaces. For commuters, the area is very well placed, with Temple Meads and the several major employers around Temple Quay just around fifteen minutes away on foot, even close by bike or Voi. Bristol’s scenic harbourside and city centre are also within walking distance, along with the independent shops, bars and cafes of North Street in Bedminster, whilst also being a short drive from the beautiful Mendips and Chew Valley to the south.
Arranged over three stories and extended to the ground floor, this is a truly impressive and substantial home. The focal point of this home is the impressive open-plan kitchen/dining space to the ground floor, which in turn opens to the bay-fronted living space. The extension works have been thoughtfully designed, with the floor being lowered to allow level access to the garden through the bi-fold doors to the rear. The stylish side return extension has been built with remote control Velux windows which also have automatic sensors to shut when it rains. The kitchen itself has been finished with style, including a contemporary cabinets, appliances, underfloor heating and a central island with solid wooden worktop with waterfall edge. Throughout the house, modern improvements have been interwoven with the character of the house, which the sellers have done well to preserve so well. There are several period features in the home, including several fireplaces, coving and ornate cornice detail in the hallway. Aside from the attractive aesthetics evident at the home, there has also been extensive work done to electrics, plumbing and the roof by the current owners as part of the refurbishment to the house.
The loft conversion of this home has not only added two bedrooms and a bathroom but has given the home an amazing panoramic view of the city, making it a wonderful place from which to work from home or to simply sit and enjoy the view, day or night. The house offers a fantastic choice of accommodation, with over 1900 square footage of space, there is a great choice of brilliantly finished spaces to enjoy.
Council tax band C