Dunkerry Road is a quiet street situated in the popular Windmill Hill area of Bristol. Windmill Hill is renowned for the fantastic views it offers from many vantage points over Bristol and towards the countryside to the south and west. The area has become one of the most sought after in Bristol over recent years, popular with many for its picturesque streets of charming Victorian homes and the character they offer within. The Rising Sun is the local pub, which offers fantastic food and a welcoming atmosphere. 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. On from this, the Tobacco factory, a cultural hub of South Bristol, is just a 20 minute walk away with a great line-up 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 the east of the home, 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 and Temple Meads Station and 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 Dunkerry Road in the beautiful Windmill Hill community, is this beautifully presented three story Victorian home. Upon entry, you are met by a hallway, which leads through to the front reception room that houses exposed wooden floorboards, bespoke fit shelving to one side and there is a log burner that is nestled into the fireplace. To the back of the property, there is a utility room, as well as a bathroom with a separate freestanding bath and shower, double glazed sash windows with wooden shutters, alongside a mix of floor to ceiling tiles and wooden panelling. The lower-ground floor houses a kitchen-dining room with work surfaces that wrap around the back and also a farmhouse-style Belfast sink, and a large dining area to the other side with underfloor heating, a storage cupboard, and French doors that open up onto a lush south-east facing garden. The first floor comprises two double bedrooms, both with stunning period fireplaces. There is also the option to extend upwards, providing an opportunity to add additional space to this already well-proportioned home.
Council tax band C.