This family home is situated on Durnford Street in Ashton, The road is a quiet road, tucked away but is very well-located for walking to North Street or to Ashton Gate for the rugby, football and live concerts. This area is popular with a range of residents for its popular shops and amenities and abundance of recognisable culture, typified by annual events such as ‘Upfest’ and the nearby Harbourside Festival and Bristol International Balloon Fiesta. Much of this area’s popularity stems from its proximity to Bristol City Centre. The accessibility of the city centre makes this area popular with young professionals, commuters and those who look to enjoy the high-quality shops, bars and restaurants of North Street, Bristol City Centre and Harbourside, including the newly developed Wapping Wharf. Durnford Street residents are on the doorstep to Greville Smyth Park and Ashton Court, ideal for dog walkers, runners or just a stroll outside of the city. For those who require frequent access out of the city, the property is also close to both Bedminster and Bristol Temple Meads train stations, a short walk to the Bristol Airport bus stop, as well as offering several routes by road to outstanding countryside and more rural attractions nearby.
The house is situated on the end of a terrace with a larger than average garden for the area and rear access including an off street parking space. Being a 1930’s build the house as a good sized hallway leading to the reception room to the front with bay window and built in storage in the alcoves. To the rear of the property is a kitchen leading to a small utility area and the dining room with french doors to the garden, these rooms could be easily be knocked through to make a substantial kitchen/diner/family room. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The loft has plenty of storage and could also be converted to make a fourth bedroom.