3 bed Terraced SOLD STC
Asking Price £350,000
Arranged over three stories and benefitting from three double bedrooms is this home which has undergone extensive renovation in recent years, and now offers just over 1000 square feet of modern living. The total refurbishment of this house offers the new owner the opportunity to move into a property which is very low maintenance and boasts various beneficial 'mod-cons' such as wet underfloor heating on the entire ground floor, low energy LED lighting throughout the house, and a comprehensive fire / burglar alarm system. There has been a complete update to the heating, electrics and plumbing as well as extensive work to the external stonework and render. The walls in the garden to the rear have been re-built and rendered, with new stone paving laid. As part of the loft-conversion the entire roof has been replaced with new timbers, felt and tiles as well as a modern fibreglass roof to the rear, both of which have many years remaining on their guarantees. Inside, the house has been finished to a very high standard, with a contemporary kitchen/diner, the hub of this bright home. There is a WC on every floor, with the master bedroom on the top floor offering a fantastic and stylish en-suite shower room. Each of the three double bedrooms has its own built-in wardrobe, whilst there is also ample storage space to the eaves in the loft. The house is situated in a fantastic position, close to the shops and amenities of Greenbank, Easton and Church Road. For families, Bourneville Road is also just minutes from Whitehall Primary School, rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. Viewings commence Saturday 5th May, contact Boardwalk Property Co. to book your viewing on 01179898222.
Living Room - 4.9 x 3.9m (to maximum points, into bay)
Kitchen/Diner – 5.7 x 4.9m (to maximum points)
Downstairs WC – 2.1 x 0.9m
Bedroom Two – 4.9 x 3.0m (to maximum points, including built-in wardrobe)
Bedroom Three – 3.1 x 3.1m (to maximum points, excluding built-in wardrobe)
Bathroom – 2.5 x 1.8m
Master Bedroom (Second Floor) – 5.7 x 3.6m (to maximum points, including built-in wardrobe, excluding eaves storage)
En-Suite Shower Room – 2.9 x 1.8m
The rear garden has been landscaped with care to provide a private spot to sit out or as additional entertaining space during the summer months. There is outside lighting mounted on new boundary walls. The garden measures approximately 8.5 x 5 metres.
Bourneville Road is a quiet residential road situated between Whitehall, Greenbank and Easton. The area comprises some Victorian homes of varying sizes along with some more modern properties. The area is extremely popular with families due to the proximity of several large green spaces such as St George's Park but also because of the rare advantage of having an 'Outstanding' primary school on the doorstep. The area thrives of its accessibility to Bristol City Centre by foot or via the local cycle path as well as two local train stations and several bus routes, making it very accessible to commuters. However, it is the amenities on the doorstep which have enhanced the popularity of the area. The independent shops and cafés of St Marks Road are a short walk away, with popular venues such as the Greenbank Pub and Este's Kitchen in Greenbank and The Faraway Tree and The Bristol Loaf Bakery on Church Road.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there are several fitted appliances which will be included in the sale, comprising a double oven, built-in microwave, hob, hood, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and washer / dryer. Also included are all carpets, curtains, and lighting fixtures. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says…
'Bourneville Road is a great place to live with all shops, bars, and green spaces within a five minute walk, and the city centre less than half an hour's walk or a short bus ride away. The road itself is a quiet and friendly place with some wonderful neighbours, becoming incresasingly popular to young families. We have had the opportunity to redesign this 1890's house for 21st century living, providing low energy heating and lighting, and up to date insulation throughout. Also gone are all the normal problems inherent to a house of this age; steep narrow stairs, damp problems, drafts, and sloping creaky floors!'
Awaiting updated energy performance certificate. According to the Bristol City Council website the house has 'Very Good' solar power potential.