3 bed Detached SOLD STC
Asking Price £320,000
Benefiting from a fantastic 17 x 15 metre garden backing on to Filton Golf Club is this modern three bedroom detached home. The house is positioned in one of the most favourable parts of this quiet development, with a green outlook to the front and back. The house itself benefits from two reception rooms, kitchen and downstairs WC to the ground floor. On the first floor there is a family bathroom, three bedrooms, with an en-suite shower room to the master. The house also benefits from a garage to the side and space to park several vehicles along the front. The location of the property is ideal for those who work at one of several major employers based in North Bristol such as Southmead Hospital, Airbus or Rolls-Royce and also has good connections to both the motorway and in to Bristol City Centre. Viewing commence Saturday 13th April contact Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179898222 to arrange your viewing.
Living Room 5.1m x 3.1m
Dining Room 2.8 x 2.4m
Kitchen 3.4 x 2.5m
Downstairs WC 1.4 x 1.0m
Master Bedroom 4.0 x 3.2m (to maximum points, including built-in wardrobes)
En-Suite Shower Room 3.2 x 1.1m
Bedroom Two 3.4 x 2.2m (to maximum points, including built-in wardrobes)
Bedroom Three 2.8 x 2.2m
Bathroom 2.2 x 1.8m
The house has a fantastic rear garden measuring 17.5 x 15.5 metres at maximum points, with Filton Golf Course to the rear. The garden is mostly laid to lawn, with a patio area accessed from the double doors in the living room. The house has a single garage to the side which has access from front and back.
The house is positioned on The Pavillions estate, to the north of Southmead, east of Brentry. Completed around 2007, the development offers a range of mostly houses, set in a positioned between football fields and the Golf Course behind. The location is very accessible, with the nearby Southmead Road linking up to the Ring Road and providing access up to the motorway network going north, whilst through Brentry, junction 20 of the M5 can be reach quickly along with all the shops, restaurants and entertainment venues at Cribbs Causeway. For commuters, the area is well placed for transport into the city centre, whilst many in this area work at one of several major employers based in North Bristol, such as Southmead Hospital, Airbus or the M.o.D. Schools in this area are generally well thought of, with Little Mead Primary School nearby rated as Outstanding by Ofsted. For those who like to escape the city, the area is well placed for walks of the Golf Course, but also has the Blaise Castle Estate just a short journey away to the west.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen, many of the appliances are freestanding and therefore are not automatically included. In the garden there is a shed included within the sale. Other appliances including a Zip Hydrotap for producing boiling, chilled and sparkling water and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says…
We have lived here since the development was built, we love the house, it's very homely and the rooms are a good size. The neighbours are great, mainly professional couples, but also some have school age children. We live in the more open part of the development with a nice outlook to the front and rear of the garden. The front garden used to be laid to lawn, but we have modified it to enable ample parking for us and family get togethers. We were lucky enough to have had the opportunity to acquire some land from Filton Golf course at the rear of our house, which has allowed us to extend the garden to a fantastic size, our children have enjoyed playing in it, although it's mainly laid to lawn, it is a blank canvas for a keen gardener. Although we live in the city, where we are positioned it's very quiet it's lovely to watch the squirrels and Robins that visit the garden and listen to the birds singing, we could almost be in the countryside. We love our house and we will be sad to move, however, whoever lives here next will be very happy.
The house is rated as a C for both energy efficiency and environmental impact. Both measures have a potential to improve to very high level B mostly through measures involving solar power. The current estimated running costs are around £550 per year, this has the potential to improve to around £480 with the recommended improvements, according to the EPC.