Highbury Road is placed on the edge of Bedminster & Windmill Hill, having the perfect combination of independent shops, cafes & restaurants, as well as open green spaces in the vicinity. Towards bedminster, there is the vibrant North Street, housing a diversity of independents, such as the Albatross Cafe, the highly regarded Kask, as well as Oowee Diner. The Tobacco factory, a cultural hub of South Bristol, is just a 20 minute walk away with a great lineup of shows. Just a small walk away from North Street, you will find yourself at Wapping Wharf, with amazing eateries including Wild Beer Co., Root and Seven Lucky Gods. Towards Windmill Hill, you come across the vast Victoria Park, which is a hive of activity for families, joggers and those looking to socialise. For commuters and young professionals, the house is also well-located, within walking distance of the City Centre, Parson Street and Temple Meads Station, as well as major employers around the Harbourside and Temple Quay. The area also has some well-regarded shops, cafes and pubs, such as The Victoria Park and Park Bakery, with the popular shops and cafes of Totterdown just a short walk away.
Placed on Highbury Road is this beautifully presented two double bedroom Victorian home. Upon entry, you are met by dark-stained wooden floorboards that lead through the entrance porch to the living room that has a recently tiled modern fireplace with an oak mantle. Into the dining room, this is the perfect socialising space, acting as the heart of the home, flowing through to a floor-tiled kitchen, with an L-shape worksurface, solid wood shelving on the opposite wall, as well as a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine. The first floor comprises two double bedrooms, both with inbuilt storage, with the main housing stunning wooden floorboards. The garden has been recently redesigned with wooden decking across the whole space, new wooden fencing coupled with trelacing and climbing plants, and a large shed at the back of the garden.
Council tax band A.