Located in the quiet pocket between Greenbank Road and Co-operation Road, Camelford Road is a highly desirable street made up of attractive double bay-fronted Victorian terraces. The area is shielded from any through-traffic due to the position of Rosemary Green, Greenbank Cemetery and the Bristol to Bath Railway Path, which surrounds the area. Residents of this area are extremely complimentary about the neighbourhood and local community regularly having street Whatsapp groups and street parties. The area benefits from its proximity to Bristol City Centre, a local train station, and the M32, making it very accessible to commuters. However, it is the amenities on the doorstep which have enhanced the popularity of the area. The independent shops and cafés of St Marks Road are a short walk away, with popular venues such as The Greenbank Pub, Matter Wholefoods, and Este Kitchen, closer still. Families occupy many of the houses in this area, with many more still looking to move to the area due to the nearby Whitehall and May Park Primary Schools.
Nestled into one of the most popular roads in Greenbank is this stunning three bedroom double bay-fronted home. This property has been sympathetically renovated, accentuating the period features, whilst bringing in some modern touches. Upon entry you are met by a tiled entrance hall with intricate cornicing, the design being relatively uncommon in the area. Recently renovated wooden floorboards then lead you through to the living-dining room that has been opened up to offer both an ideal relaxing and social space. The log-burner sits upon the tiled hearth, making the room cosy, whilst the well-maintained sash windows allow light to pour in. to the rear of the property, the kitchen is lined with solid wood countertops, emerald green tiles, and wooden open shelving. The theme of wooden floorboards continues upstairs, with this floor comprising two double bedrooms, a single bedroom that would also be the perfect office space, as well as a white metro tiled bathroom. The west-facing garden is a beautifully useable space that captures the afternoon and evening sun, whilst the lean-to is great for bike storage.
Council tax band A.