2 bed Ground Flat SOLD STC
Asking Price £265,000
An impressive and spacious two bedroom garden flat positioned in a quiet road at the heart of St George. This recently refurbished flat has a striking, contemporary feel balanced with the charming character of the Victorian building in which its sits. The hub of this property is the modern kitchen/living area measuring 6.1 x 5.1m (to maximum points) with doors to the private rear garden. For residents of Beaconsfield, the shops and cafes of Church Road are just at the end of the road, whilst the popular St George's Park is just minutes away. This is an area ideal for commuting into Bristol City Centre, which adds to its popularity with young professionals. The flat is available with no onward chain and available to view immediately via Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179898222.
Beaconsfield Road is a quiet residential street largely comprising period properties. Church Road, which runs centrally through the area to the city centre in the west, offers a range of shops, independent cafes and delicatessens, many of which have been recently established due to the demand from young professionals moving into the area in recent years. St George's Park is a space which brings people from across the east of Bristol for events, running, football and feeding the ducks. The nearby Bristol to Bath cycle path and River Avon means there are many other options for those looking to explore. The area thrives from being just a five minute drive from central Bristol along Church Road, with Bristol Temple Meads also within a short distance along Feeder Road. On this side of the city, Bath and the Cotswolds are also that bit closer.
Estimated Rental Value
The property comes with one allocated parking space
The property comes with a share of the freehold and the management of the building arranged by the owners of the two properties within.
Our Seller Says:
The property has been completely refurbished throughout, using some of the original space from a cobbler's workshop, as well as maintaining the integrity of the original building.
The old established garden is a particular delight - with a high Victorian wall made for climbers and plants to re-grow after extensive refurbishment work.
The bramley and plum trees from the neighbour's garden cascade over the wall, ripe for picking and sharing.
The French windows open completely, so the internal space has an expansive and dramatic feel, in combination with beautiful light during the day and early evening.
The entire property is ready to move into, so particularly suitable if you just want to turn the key and enjoy your moving experience!
The flat is currently rated at its full potential for both energy efficiency and environmental impact, according to the recent energy performance certificate. The estimated running costs for lighting, heating and hot water according to the EPC are around £432 for the year.