Argyle Street is a quiet residential street in Eastville, a popular suburb in East Bristol. This property is within reach of all Bristol City Centre has to offer, with frequent bus services running nearby and Stapleton Road train station a short walk. In the immediate location, there is a diverse range of leisure activities, food & music festivals, bars, restaurants and shops. St Mark’s Road nearby offers the famous Sweet Mart and Thali Café, whilst into Greenbank there is The Greenbank Pub and Este’s Kitchen. St Werburghs is also just a 25-minute walk, with some fantastic restaurants, cafés and bars such as Napolita, The Farm, alongside Wiper and True Tap Bar. The area is easily accessible being a short drive from the M32, which can in turn provide access to the City Centre and to the M4 motorway. Just a few minutes north there is the large and popular Eastville Park which connects with the Frome Valley Walkway. For cyclists, there are a number of popular cycle paths nearby, most notably the Bristol to Bath Cycle Path which runs into the City Centre and out to some fantastic countryside towards Bitton and Saltford.
Placed on Argyle Street is this beautifully presented three-bedroom bay fronted Victorian home. Upon entry, you are met by exposed wooden floorboards that lead through to the front reception room. The front reception room has stunning high ceilings, a common feature throughout, a ceiling rose and cornicing, original wooden panelling surrounding the windows, as well as a working period fireplace. Through to the second reception room, there is again a Victorian fireplace, wooden floorboards, alongside double doors that lead out to the garden. To the back of the home, there is a kitchen-dining room, with a L-shaped kitchen with a plentiful supply of work surface and cupboard space, including white metro tiles that run alongside. The first floor comprises three double bedrooms, with the main housing an ensuite, as well as a family bathroom. The garden is south-west facing with a large, decked area, ideal for social occasions, and also a stoney and patioed area surrounded by borders filled with plants.
This substantial three-bedroom Victorian home is sold with no onward chain.
Council tax band B.