Rosebery Avenue is located in the heart of St Werburghs, an area of inner-city Bristol in high demand due to the strong community feel and beautifully designed homes. St Werburghs is home to a number of popular cafes, shops and attractions including The Better Food Company shop, Napolita Café, Wiper & True Brewery, as well as the Undercover Rock-climbing centre in St Werburgh's Church. Bloc climbing gym, the largest bouldering centre in Bristol is just around the corner. The area’s popularity derives in a large part from its sense of community, but also from its close proximity to Bristol City Centre, Greenbank and Cheltenham Road. The nearby M32 makes the area ideal for commuters, providing easy access to Bristol Parkway and in turn to the M4. St Werburghs Primary School is very central to the area and has a good reputation, enhancing the pull of the area to families. St Werburgh's Nursery School is also close by and is rated ‘good’ by Ofsted. The St Werburghs City Farm and Café are well known throughout the city and combined with the local allotments are a good example of the area’s individuality and independence from surrounding suburbs.
Set in the heart of the St Werburghs community is this charming two-bedroom terraced home. Lovingly looked after and renovated by the current owners the home provides the ideal starter home for those looking to move to the area. The front living room houses a Morsø log burner and inbuilt shelving units creating a practical and cosy space, which is complemented by the bay frontage adding to the spaciousness of the room. At the rear of the ground floor, you will find the stunning open plan kitchen diner which has been reconfigured from its original footprint and overlooks the lovely garden. Bifold doors span the rear of the home, creating a fabulous, light, bright and unique space. The kitchen is finished to a high standard, with wooden worktops contrasting pale grey cabinetry and is complemented by a Belfast sink.
Upstairs, you will be greeted with two bedrooms, one acting as a master bedroom which spans the width of the front of the home and the second currently utilised as a children’s bedroom and placed at the rear of the home. Rounding off the upstairs, is the family bathroom which comprises a shower over bath, W/C, and sink and boasts white metro tiling which is contrasted by a ‘Dix Blue’, Farrow & Ball paint. The garden feels exclusive, and private and boasts a fabulous bespoke Hutsmith's cabin clad in Shou-Sugi-Ban otherwise known as burnt larch and is the first of its kind in Bristol. Currently utilised as a home studio, the space can certainly be multifunctional to your requirements.
The home is marketed with no onward chain.
Council Tax Band B