Agate Street is a quiet street of terraced Victorian homes in one of the most desirable parts of Bristol. Located in the 'Chessels', just off North Street in Bedminster, this house is within easy reach of all of the amenities of North Street, including The Tobacco Factory, the popular Souk Kitchen, The Old Bookshop as well as highly regarded cafes such as Sweven, Albatross Cafe and Tin Can Coffee. Heading further north crossing the river from Southville, and you're less than 15 minutes from all Bristol City Centre has to offer. For those who work in the city, the commute by foot or bike is short and painless, with lovely views along the harbourside. Over the river by the pedestrian bridge is Wapping Wharf, a fabulous development of cargo containers containing some of the best eateries in Bristol.
Further along the river again is the high-end development ‘The General’ with Michelin star restaurants: Casamia and Paco Tapas. Beyond these is Bristol’s scenic harbourside with its boat trips and water-facing bars and restaurants. With this house being under 2 miles from Temple Meads - Bristol's main train station - and close to roads which can take you out of the city in either direction, the location of Agate Street is certainly key to its popularity.
The house on Agate Road is an unusual double fronted Victorian Terrace offering an excellent light and bright space and well-proportioned rooms. Downstairs has an open-plan airy feel with a spacious living room leading to the kitchen, which is generous in size with a modern kitchen, space for a large table and a log burner. Being a room that spans the width of the house you take advantage of windows both sides meaning sunshine all through the day. There is a utility room to the rear, perfect for day-to-day storage and the washing machine with a door to the garden. Upstairs there are two good-sized double bedrooms both with fitted storage cupboards and a recently renovated bathroom with black hardware.