3 bed End of Terrace For Sale
Guide Price £300,000
A charming cottage positioned on the quaint Fire Engine Lane in Coalpit Heath. The cottage is positioned on a generous plot measuring 16 x 13 metres, with additional space on which sits the garage and parking space. The house itself benefits from versatile space, with a kitchen/dining room/conservatory, hallway, downstairs WC and two additional separate rooms on the ground floor. The first floor has a large master bedroom with dressing room across the front, a second double bedroom, and a shower room. The house is well positioned in a quiet pocket of a residential neighbourhood, yet is conveniently situated off Badminton Road which provides a great link into North Bristol. This unique property is well worth viewing. Contact Boardwalk Property Co. to arrange your viewing on 01179898222.
Kitchen/Dining Room – 5.9 x 3.0m
Conservatory– 2.9 x 2.8m (to maximum points)
Living Room/Snug – 3.3 x 2.4m
Bedroom Three/Study – 2.4 x 2.3m
Downstairs WC – 1.8 x 1.0m
Master Bedroom – 5.6 x 2.6m
Dressing Room – 2.8 x 2.3m
Bedroom Two – 3.2 x 3.0m
Shower Room – 2.9 x 2.3m
The house is situated on a fantastic, secluded plot measuring 16 x 13 metres. There are several attractive plants and shrubs in the garden and plenty of space to sit out or socialise in the summer. The house also has a parking space and garage. The garage is accessed via Alexandra Road and has an up and over door to the front and a pedestrian door to the rear leading to the workshop area and garden. The garden has gates leading to Fire Engine Lane and to the driveway.
Fire Engine Lane is a quiet residential lane situated between The Causeway and Alexandra Road in Coalpit Heath. The area comprises a range a properties of varying ages with some charming older cottages interspersed with more modern homes. The large houses and gardens in this area make it especially popular with families. The appeal to families is further enhanced by the schools in the area. Watermore and The Manor Primary Schools are both local and rated 'Good' and 'Outstanding' respectively, by Ofsted. Coalpit Heath has several popular village pubs, including the Ring O' Bells, along with several shops and cafes. Coalpit Heath also shares close links to the nearby villages of Frampton Cotterell and Winterbourne which offer many other amenities. For sports fans there is a local cricket club, several running and cycling routes and a popular 27-hole golf-course, The Kendelshire. For commuters the area is ideal, with the house situated just off the Badminton Road which provides a direct route to the Bristol ring road in around five minutes, going under the viaduct, a landmark in the area.?Yate Train Station is also just a distance from Coalpit Heath. The location is also convenient for those who require access to Bath or the M4 motorway. This side of Bristol is brilliant for those who like to get away on the weekend, with the fantastic countryside of South Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds within a short journey.
What is Included?
Within the garden there is a wooden workshop which will be included within the sale. In the kitchen, there is an integrated oven and hob. Other appliances and furniture may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says…
'We have loved living here! The kitchen diner is great for entertaining, and on warmer days/nights we open up the space into the secluded garden for BBQs. In contrast, our favourite place on cold winters nights is the snug. So warm and cosy! The large bedroom and dressing room, and the generous shower room are great too. There's plenty of storage space making the house very practical.
The area is brilliant, only a few minutes' walk from open countryside or a direct bus to Bristol or Yate, yet very peaceful. There are numerous pubs serving food, takeaways and convenience stores all within a short walk.
We wish we could stay here, but a new job on the very far side of Bristol is just too great a commute, so we're heading for Somerset. We'll be very sad to leave... '
According to the energy performance certificate, the property is rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency and environmental impact, only slightly away from its full potential. The EPC estimates the annual running costs to be around £740 per year for lighting, heating and hot water.