3 bed Terraced SOLD STC
Asking Price £540,000
A striking, extended family home which has been extensively and intricately improved by its current owners over the past five years. The house offers a quality of finish like few others, with the hub of the house being a stylish kitchen/diner, measuring approximately 6.2 x 4.5 metres, complete with a Maui White Quartz worksurface and surround to 'in-toto' kitchen units . Lighting, plumbing, heating and decor have all been given a great deal of thought throughout the house, whilst touches like the 'Burley Debdale' woodburner in the living room and porcelain tiles in the bathroom, add to a feel of luxury this house purveys. The room proportions throughout are fantastic with two double bedrooms, a generous bathroom with separate shower on the first floor and another double bedroom, an additional shower room and a large eaves storage space on the second floor. Extensive work has also been done to the outside with a smartly landscaped rear garden, with a south-westerly aspect and a stylish paved front garden are sitting below a recently restored and re-painted frontage. The house is situated at the heart of Southville, close to the shops and cafes of North Street as well as being a short walk from Bristol's fantastic harbourside and the city centre beyond. Viewing this outstanding home is strongly recommended. Contact Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179898222 to arrange your viewing.
Living Room 8.1 x 3.6m (to maximum points, into bay)
Kitchen/Diner 6.2 x 4.5m
Master Bedroom 4.5 x 3.7m (into bay)
Bedroom Two 3.6 x 3.0m
Bathroom 3.3 x 2.6m
Bedroom Three (Second Floor) 5.4 x 3.0m (to maximum points)
Shower Room 2.3 x 1.6m
The rear garden is accessed via Sunflex triple sliding doors which are lower profile to maximise light coming in. The garden itself has a south-westerly aspect and has been refurbished along with the rest of the house, with new garden walls, patio, pond, planters, outside tap and lighting.
Beauley Road is situated at the heart of Southville, between Coronation Road and Stackpool Road. This is a popular part of Southville, close to both the many popular independent shops and cafes of North Street and the footbridges over the River Avon to the north, which lead to Bristol's Harbourside and City Centre. Southville has become one of Bristol's most sought-after areas amongst a range of buyers. The Victorian terraced houses are spacious and full of character, making up a friendly neighbourhood, with a good community feel. The schools in the area are extremely popular, with Southville and Ashton Gate Primary Schools, both very well regarded. The accessibility of this area and its proximity to major areas of employment and transport links, such as Bristol Temple Meads, undoubtedly bolster the area's popularity. As well as having plenty to offer on the doorstep, from Beauley Road the countryside to the south of Bristol M5 motorway to the west of the city are easily accessible by car.
What is Included?
In the living room there is a woodburner included within the sale, along with 'Ablectrics' ceiling lighting. In the kitchen/diner within the fitted kitchen and included within the sale, there is a boiling tap: 3in1 Quooker tap round brushed chrome, a Neff slide & hide stainless steel oven, a Neff compact stainless steel oven with microwave, a stainless steel warming drawer, wide black glass induction hob and a 'Ceiling Ventilation Stainless Steel 90x50cm, 3 Speed + Intensive [extractor]', (all Neff) along with a soft close bin system. There is also a Verano turbo VKN5 trench heater, Consort electric plinth heater and John Lewis made to measure curtains and voiles also included within the sale.
In the rear garden there is a pond, built with pump and black bamboo in planters to remain.
In the master bedroom there are made to measure blinds and curtains and a John Lewis Yasmin ten arm bronze effect ceiling light, included with the sale.
Estimated Rental Value
The Onward Chain
Our sellers are upsizing and have had their offer accepted on a property.
Our Sellers Say….
'The kitchen/diner works really well as a family and social space, we spend a lot of time in this area. The back garden is a well protected space and it's lovely to be able to open the patio doors on to this from the kitchen/diner in sunny and not so sunny weather.
Beauley Road is perfectly situated being a short walk to all parts of North Street and Wapping Wharf with great bars and restaurants.'
Awaiting updated energy performance certificate. According to the Bristol City Council Website, the property has 'Good' solar power potential.