Bath Road sits between Totterdown, Knowle and Brislington in the wonderful area of Arnos Vale. An area of Bristol containing beautiful period properties, new landmark developments, green spaces and a cool vibe of a community with the added bonus of graffiti trails. The nearby parks lend this location a particularly green feel with the property backing onto the pretty Arnos Vale Cemetery and Arnos Park. The beautiful inner-city green spaces of Perrett’s Park, Victoria Park and Sparke Evans Park are all also within walking distance. Within the Paintworks there is the ever-popular Bocabar serving some of the best pizzas in Bristol and regular pop-up food vans to cater for lunchtimes. This area thrives from its proximity to several popular areas of Bristol like Totterdown and Brislington but with hassle-free parking and a quiet location, just a short walk up the hill are the popular independent shops and eateries, such as the award-winning Farrows Fish and Chips. Arnos Vale Victorian Cemetery and woodland are also home to a cafe and a programme of events including pop-up cinemas, theatres, tours and classes. The area is ideal for commuters, in walking distance to Bristol City Centre, Temple Meads Train Station, and with bus links direct to Bath just outside the door.
Placed in the iconic row of Victorian homes that line Bath Road is this beautifully transformed three bedroom maisonette. Accessed through its own private staircase, the first floor houses a large landing that leads through to the front reception room, with bespoke-fit shelving and cupboards to either side of the chimney breast, alongside a large bayfront with sweeping views across the city. To the rear of the property, there is an open-plan kitchen-dining room, with solid wood worksurfaces, blue vertical tiles that line the walls, alongside a plentiful supply of cupboard space. The room is flooded with light through the skylight, and a door opens up onto the expansive south-facing garden. There is also a double bedroom, a recently done bathroom with hexagon tiles that line the walls and a bath with a rainfall showerhead above. The first floor comprises a double bedroom with a Juliet balcony with views of the garden and treeline of Arnos Vale Cemetery behind, and a single bedroom that makes an ideal office space with eaves storage that lines the room. The substantial 130m/400ft garden is tiered, offering a patioed section, a lawned section that is ideal for social occasions and relaxing alike, as well as more lawn with raised beds dotted for growing vegetables. The garden continues into the woods behind that is also part of the property’s demise, which offers scope for garden rooms, alongside incredible views as you look back across the city of Bristol.
Council tax band A.
The property has a criss-cross lease that does not have any service charge or ground rent.