3 bed Semi-Detached SOLD STC
Guide Price £305,000
Unexpectedly Back To Market July 2018: A beautifully presented and strikingly spacious three bedroom semi-detached house in Bedminster. This is a home with high-ceilings, generous room proportions and a wide hallway and landing. The finish is impressive with the hub of the house being the modern kitchen/diner with solid oak worktops, porcelain tile flooring, a five-burner gas hob, electric oven and microwave oven. The bathroom has a contemporary suite and is travertine tiled throughout. The house benefits from a south-facing rear garden measuring approximately ten metres in length with an additional space to the rear which currently provides parking for at least two vehicles. The area is popular with a range of buyers and benefits from its proximity to the well-regarded Parson Street Primary School as well as the popular independent shops and cafes of North Street. Viewings commence on Saturday 27th January. Contact Boardwalk Property Co to arrange your viewing.
Living Room – 4.4 x 4.1m (to maximum points, into bay)
Kitchen/Diner – 6.0 x 3.7m
Master Bedroom – 4.5 x 3.7m (to maximum points, into bay)
Bedroom Two – 3.7 x 3.7m
Bedroom Three – 2.4 x 2.3m
Bathroom 2.2 x 1.8m
Bedminster Road is situated in the southern part of Bedminster, popular for its larger houses with more garden space and slightly elevated position. The area is ideal for those who work in the city, the commute by foot or bike is short and painless, whilst Parson Street station also offers a great option for the journey into the centre, especially for those working in the bustling Temple Quay area or needed to connect further from Temple Meads. The area is good for schools with Parson Street School just minutes away, currently rated as 'Good' by Ofsted. The popularity of this area is enhanced further by the accessibility of the several independent shops, café's and restaurants along North Street, a long and trendy road which runs through South Bristol. The ever-popular Harbourside and the 'Cargo' area of Wapping Wharf is also within walking distance. For those who love the greener areas on Bristol's outskirts, the house is really well placed to get out of the city to Ashton Court, or further afield to the Chew Valley or the Mendips.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated fridge, integrated freezer, electric oven (self cleaning), and five ring gas hob. Other appliances within the kitchen are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
The house comes with parking for at least two cars.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says…
'When we moved to this house we had been renting in Southville for many years, spending a large part our 20's and early 30's in around the ever evolving South Bristol. After a decade of Southside living it was time to plant some real roots. The house has offered us significantly more space than we were used to, with plenty of opportunity to create a home whilst still being within 10 minutes walk to North Street and all it has to offer, and a mere 6 minute train ride to work at Temple Quay.
We have put a lot of love into our home and it is with a heavy heart we are putting our house on the market. 4 years on and as our son gets older it is time for us to move back to our Somerset roots to be closer to our families.We will miss our lovely neighbours, the ease of access to transport routes, and BBQs on the raised garden watching the hot air balloons float over the city.
We hope the next owners enjoy the house as much as we have.'
Awaiting updated EPC. According to the Bristol City Council website the property is rated with 'Very Good' solar power potential.