2 bed Cottage For Sale
Asking Price £395,000
Character and style are on show throughout this fantastic, extended 18th century cottage. The cottage is positioned overlooking Frenchay Common to the front, with the local area offering an abundance of green space, quaint village scenery and woodland walks. Within the house there is an expansive living space measuring approximately 7.2 x 3.8 metres, a kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms and a separate WC. The house has been extensively yet sympathetically refurbished to offer several attractive features such as bespoken shutters, stripped wooden floorboards and church pews carefully crafted into the dining space. The property also offers generous outside space, with a quaint front garden, complete with several rose bushes, and a back garden measuring approximately 12 metres in length and also houses a single garage. The cottage is available with no onward chain. Contact Boardwalk Property Co. to arrange your viewing 01179898222
Lounge/Dining Area – 8.3 x 3.8m (to maximum points, into bay)
Kitchen 4.4 x 3.5m (to maximum points)
Bathroom 2.3 x 1.5m
Master Bedroom 3.7 x 3.2m (including built-in wardrobes)
Bedroom Two 3.2 x 2.8 (to maximum points including over-stair space)
WC 1.2 x 0.9m
The property has a quaint archetypal cottage garden to the front complete with iron gate, rose bushes and a bench to sit and watch the gentle activity of the village and the common. The rear garden is larger, measuring 12.5 metres in length, some of which is occupied by a single garage measuring approximately 6 x 2.6 metres. To the rear there is a pedestrian gate leading to a single parking space for the house and the back Green behind.
Frenchay Village, now a suburb of Bristol, is one of the oldest parts of the city. First recorded in the 13th century, the village now serves as a recognised and accessible part of the city, yet retains a lot of its village charm and character. The village started to take its current shape in the 18th Century when wealthy families built large houses. The church was also built and the village school was built in the 19th century. To the current day the village still shows a lot of its history and is scenic place to visit as well as a great place to live. The village is home to a primary school, a pub, a village museum a tennis club and a famous cricket club, established in the 19th century, once captained by W.G. Grace. Whilst the quaint village feel of the area has been maintained, there are also several more modern homes being built in the area, many on the site of the old Frenchay Hospital. There are also several other amenities nearby with shops, other pubs and schools in walking distance. The area is also popular for being in such an accessible position, close to the M4 and M32 motorways, as well as the ring road around into the Filton Abbey Wood area, which is home to several major employers such as the M.o.D and Rolls-Royce. Bristol Parkway is also just a short drive away through nearby Hambrook. Frenchay Village offers a fantastic compromise between countryside and city life and Westbourne Terrace is a quiet spot for anyone who still wants to be in touch with all Bristol has to offer.
What is Included?
Within the master bedroom there are two built-in double wardrobes included within the sale. In the dining area there is built-in seating which will be included within the sale. Other furniture and appliances are not automatically included but certain items may be available should the buyer specify.
Estimated Rental Value
There is one space for a car to the rear with a single garage
The Onward Chain
Offered to the market with no onward chain
Awaiting updated energy performance certificate.