Salisbury Road is a quiet road of terraced and semi-detached houses which is nestled between St Anne’s Park and the Nightingale Valley Nature Reserve. Many love this area due to the proximity of the river, with open green spaces, woodland, as well as the incredibly popular Beeses that overlooks the River Avon. Many even use sections of the river for open-water swimming in the summer months. Sandy Park Road is close by with all its amenities including the Deli @ Sandy Park, Grounded and Sandy Park Green Grocers. Just a short distance from the house also is Arnos Court park, which provides a great area for runners and dog-walkers, and the cemetery also hosts part of the much revered Bristol film festival. For those looking for more of an escape from the city, the proximity of the nearby Wells Road allows ease of access to North East Somerset and Chew Valley. For commuters, this area is very well placed, just a short distance from Bristol City Centre and Bristol Temple Meads Station. The popular Holymead Primary School and St Anne’s Primary School are both close by, making the location ideal for young families.
This charming three bedroom Victorian Terraced house is without doubt one of the most unique and highly finished homes in the area. The ground floor features beautiful exposed floorboards which run throughout and really compliments the high ceilings, fireplaces, and period features that make Victorian homes so popular. There are two reception rooms on the ground floor, both with working open fireplaces. The front reception room extends into a large bay window which floods the room with natural light whilst the second reception room has a very cosy, warm feel; ideal for a home office or library. The real centrepiece of this home is the beautiful, bespoke DeVol kitchen which is located at the rear of the extended ground floor. The vendors have completed a ‘side return’ extension which really opens up the space and makes for a fantastic open plan kitchen dining room, creating an area which is perfect for modern living. The ground floor also benefits from a utility area just off of the kitchen, and a convenient W/C located under the stairs.
Double doors open out onto a spacious rear garden which is perfect for young families, or people with green fingers looking to grow their own fruit and veg. The vendors have also put in a large, versatile Timber cabin at the end of the garden which is properly insulated. Upstairs there are two large double bedrooms and a smaller third bedroom which is currently being used as a walk in wardrobe. There is also another study/office room which could easily double as a nursery room, and an amazing upstairs bathroom with large freestanding bathtub and walk in shower. The vendors have poured lots of time, effort, and money into this home and this striking bathroom is the personification of their efforts. Victorian yellow crackle tiles contrast nicely with the aesthetic of the room which is a real blend of modern and period, and it also houses another working fireplace. The loft of this property has been converted to create another versatile room which is currently being used as an office, but it has really excellent ceiling height and plenty of insulation.
EPC has been ordered
Council tax band D
Small £4 per year charge for access to tiny strip of land behind the cabin. Will not increase.