1 bed Flat SOLD STC
Asking Price £175,000
Accessed via its own private entrance is this contemporary one bedroom flat between Westbury Park and Redland. Located in one of Bristol's most popular positions, close to the independent shops of Coldharbour Road and the ever-popular Waitrose, as well as being placed between Whiteladies road and Gloucester road, and Clifton Downs. The flat itself offers a living room, kitchen, bedroom and shower room. There is also the opportunity to use some of the outside space to the rear of the building to have some outside furniture. The property would make an ideal first-time buy or investment, with relatively affordable management fees compared with many others and an estimated rental value of £750pcm. Contact Boardwalk Property Co on 01179898222 to arrange your viewing.
Bedroom 3.5 x 3.2m
Living Room 3.9 x 3.6m (to maximum points)
Shower Room/Utility 5.0 x 1.8m
Kitchen 2.6 x 1.5m
The property is accessed via its own private entrance to the rear of the building. To the outside there is a space suitable for a small outside table and chairs.
This flat is positioned centrally on Harcourt Road, placing it in an ideal spot for walking to several hugely popular areas, from Gloucester Road to North View to Whiteladies Road. The area also benefits from access by bus, train, bike or on foot into Bristol City Centre for commuters. For those who work in one of the many areas of employment across North Bristol, this flat is in a very convenient spot. For those in search of green open spaces, Redland Green and Clifton Downs are just a short walk away, ideal for running and dog walking. The proximity of Waitrose and the Scott (Orpheus) Cinema at the top of the road, is also regularly seen as an advantage for the residents of this area. The size of the Victorian, 1920s and 1930s homes that make up the neighbourhood make it a popular place for families and with many converted into flats, the area is also a great place for young professionals to close to an array of great restaurants and bars. The area has a great balance of urban and suburban, with many popular places in all directions, making it an area that is very popular to live for a range of people.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated electric oven and hob which are included within the sale. Other furniture and appliances are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
The property can be access from ground level to the rear or via a few steps down from the communal entrances to the front
According to our seller the property has a management fee of £250 for the year and the remaining lease length is 997 years.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says…
"This flat has been a great starter home for my boyfriend and I, after renting in Bristol for almost 10 years! We've really enjoyed the location, including BBQ's and picnics on Clifton Down after work (10 mins walk away), being able to walk to Whiteladies or Gloucester Road for drinks in 15 minutes, bacon sandwiches from the bakery, and our weekly cinema trips. It's been ideal for my boyfriend who drives around the South West as it's so close to the M4 and M5 motorways, and I've been lucky enough to be able to walk to work (Bristol City Centre) each day and it only takes 45 minutes. It's Counsel Tax band A, there's no water meter restrictions and as it's all electric, so the bills have been cheap. It's a low maintenance flat and we'll be sad to leave, but we're leaving Bristol to be closer to family, so hoping someone else will enjoy this flat in a great location! "
According to the energy performance certificate, the flat is rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency and environmental impact, with a potential rating of a 'C' for both. The estimated running costs for lighting, heating and hot water are around £572 for the year, with potential to improve to around £305 per year with measures including wall and floor insulation.