"It is with a heavy heart that I put my beloved home on the market. I’ve lived here for over twelve years, originally renting with friends. I was lucky that when I was in a position to buy in December 2017, the landlord was willing to sell. I spent the first year of ownership fully renovating the house and making it my own. I love the space, the high ceilings, the size of the rooms, the large windows, and most of all the kitchen/diner/sitting room with its bifold doors which is where we spend all of our time. I can’t say enough about the location, the house borders Eastville Park, where I have the option of long walks – as far as Frenchay through Snuff Mills or to the Yellow House (Purdown/Stoke Park Estate). There’s plenty of wildlife, ducks on the pond, local herons or even deer. There is a Saturday morning park run, the play park for children and the tennis courts only cost £35 a year. Fishponds Road is bustling with coffee shops, bars and 3 supermarkets as well as the large Tesco in Eastgate. Just a 15-minute drive to the centre of Bristol, or regular buses along Fishponds Road and a 5 minute drive to the M32. Ashdene Avenue is a quiet cul-de-sac and there’s a real sense of community here. There’s always a neighbour who’d be willing to lend tools or a cup of sugar and we have a WhatsApp group to organise get-togethers in the aptly named ‘Ashdene Arms’, which is the name of your new local. Messages tend to ask if the ‘arms’ are open meaning there will be a gathering in someone’s front garden. We don’t see lots of people walking up our road, there is always parking for guests and I hope whoever the next lucky owner becomes part of the community.'
Ashdene Avenue is a quiet cul-de-sac on the edge of Eastville Park and the Frome Valley. It's a quiet pocket of Bristol that’s surrounded by nature whilst also being a short drive into the City. The Fishponds road is also close by and is home to many popular eateries and cafes such as Fed303 and The Crafty Egg. This property is enviably located within a short drive to Parkway Station for transport to London and out of Bristol as well as central Bristol being a short 15-minute cycle away along the Frome Valley cycleway. Despite these convenient transport links to major urban centres, the house benefits from a wonderful rural location with Snuff Mills, Eastville and Stoke Park all being virtually on your doorstep. The street offers a friendly and welcoming sense of community with helpful, and sociable neighbours. For families, this house benefits from being close to the hugely popular May Park Primary and Glenfrome Primary as well as Bristol Metropolitan Academy.
The house is in an enviable position at the end of a cul-de-sac and benefits from a large front garden and garage. The current owner has refurbished the house throughout making a lovely family home. Downstairs there is a reception room with bay window to the front and the rear has been opened up to make a kitchen/diner/family room with space for a sofa and bi-fold doors onto the rear garden. There is also a downstairs WC. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two of which are good doubles and a family shower room. Outside the garden wraps around the property meaning extra scope to extend the property to the side and is especially generous out the front which is also home to a garage and driveway.