Rosebery Avenue is located in the heart of St Werburgh's, an area of inner-city Bristol in high demand due to the strong community feel and beautifully designed homes. St Werburgh's 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 Werburgh's 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 Werburgh';s 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.
This attractive Victorian semi-detached home is tucked away on a quiet cul de sac in St Werburgh's. Exposed wooden floorboards run throughout the ground floor which is comprised of a snug front sitting room which features an original Victorian fireplace and large bay window with storage space; and a sociable open plan kitchen dining room to the rear. The kitchen is surprisingly long and offers plenty of countertop space and integrated appliances whilst also featuring underfloor heating. There are French doors which open out onto a private rear garden which feels particularly unoverlooked due to the home being semi-detached and backing onto Mina Road Park.
A set of stairs runs up the centre of the house and creates a small landing which opens into two large double bedrooms, one which runs the full width of the house and the other which offers views over the park to the rear, undoubtedly one of the key selling points of this home is the green space that you can see from your bedroom window which is rare from a house in such a central location. Upstairs also features a well maintained family bathroom. There is a large loft space which comes with the property which has been fully boarded and has plenty of insulation. Double glazed windows run throughout the property and the vendors have also installed a damp proof course through the ground floor which comes with the remainder of a 30 year warranty.
Council Tax Band B
£3 per year fixed ground rent