4 bed Terraced SOLD STC
Offers in Excess of £525,000
An outstanding and strikingly spacious Victorian family home arranged over three stories, with an additional cellar below offering further potential in future. The house measures over 1800 square foot and includes two impressive reception rooms on the ground floor with high ceilings, original period features and grand proportions which are rarely seen. The front living room alone measures 5.6 x 4.3 metres, into the bay. Another rare benefit of this house is the 65 foot rear garden, space well suited given the size of the house itself. The house is situated in an popular residential part of Ashley Down, close to Bishopston and all the shops and amenities of a well-visited section of Gloucester Road. The house is within walking distance of several highly regarded primary schools, including Ashley Down and Brunel Field. The area is also served by several highly rated family pubs along with two new supermarkets which have been built on Muller Road nearby. This is a highly convenient position for anyone looking to commute by car, bus, bike and soon by train into Bristol City Centre or out to one of the several major employers in North Bristol. The house is available to view via Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179898222.
Living Room 5.6 x 4.3 m (into the bay)
Dining Room 4.6 x 3.8m
Kitchen 4.9 x 2.7
Bedroom Two 5.6 x 3.6m (to maximum points, including built-in wardrobes)
Bedroom Three 4.6 x 3.6m
Bedroom Four 4.6 x 1.8m
Master Bedroom (second floor) 6.3 x 5.5m (to maximum points, excluding eaves storage)
Cellar Entrance Room 4.6 x 3.8m
Cellar Second Room 4.6 x 4.3m (restricted head height)
The property is set back from the road slight with a front garden. To the rear there is a garden which is partially patioed and partially lawned, measuring approximately 65 ft
The house is situated on Ashley Down Road Road, a road which is positioned in a popular pocket of north Bristol, linking between St Andrews and Horfield, close to the Cricket Ground and Gloucester Road. Residents of Ashley Down Road can make the most of dozens of independent shops and cafés nearby. Within short walking distance is Joe's Bakery (renowned for its speciality breads), Boston Tea Party café, the award-winning Bishopston Fish Bar, family pubs such as The Lazy Dog and The Royal Oak, as well as various other restaurants. This popular part of Bishopston is home to many families making the most of the popular local schools: Bishop Road, St Bonaventure's and Ashley Down Road. For those commuting to work, the area is well-placed for major areas of employment both in the City Centre and in North Bristol, with regular buses running both ways along the A38. For those looking for green spaces, this area of North Bristol is well placed for Horfield Common, The Downs and the Blaise Castle Estate, whilst sports-lovers benefit from lots of facilities and live sport in the local area including domestic and international cricket at the nearby County Ground.
What is Included?
Within the front bedroom there are built-in wardrobes included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
Between £1700 and £2200pcm depending on type of let.
Our Seller Says…
'As a family we have lived here since 2001, my children went to Sefton Park Primary School and we enjoyed St Andrews Park and the amazing array of cafes and independent shops on Gloucester rd. Purdown is just down the road and great for walks. Ashley Down is an easy area for getting around by bus (No 70 ) and with a new train station due tom open at Ashley Down next year, it will be even easier to travel to other cities via Temple Meads. The house also has a good sized garden which gets plenty of sun in the summer, it also has side lane access. I'm fortunate with my neighbours who I'm on good terms with and who are quiet and considerate.'
The house is currently rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency and environmental impact with potential to improve to a level 'C' for both ratings. Estimated running costs for lighting, heating and hot water are currently around £1350 for the year but have the potential to improve to around £965 per year.