2 bed Ground Flat SOLD STC
Asking Price £315,000
A stunning garden flat situated in a substantial semi-detached property in St Andrews. This flat is a short walk to the bustling Gloucester Road. The property has style and character throughout, with attractive features such as cornicing in the living room and stripped wooden floorboards in the hallway and many of the rooms. The wet room is particularly elegant with a free-standing bath, shower, WC and sink over a vanity unit. The location of the flat is ideal for commuting into Bristol City Centre. For investors, the relatively low running costs and estimated rental value of around £1050pcm make this an interesting opportunity. Garden flats of this size are rare to come by in this popular area, so viewing is strongly recommended 0117 9898222.
Living Room 4.7 x 4.3 (to maximum points, into bay)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.9 x 3.1m
Master Bedroom 3.9 x 3.7m
Bathroom 2.8 x 1.7m
Bedroom Two 2.3 x 2.2m
North Road is situated in an area of Victorian and Edwardian homes in St. Andrews. The property is a short walk from the many popular independent shops and cafés on Gloucester Road and Picton Street in Montpelier. Gloucester Road has a fantastic selection of cafes and deli's such as the popular Eat a Pitta along Bakers and Co, just slightly further up Gloucester Road. Just a short walk away is St Andrews Park, a leafy public park with children's play area and paddling pool. For sports fans, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club play regularly in summer just under a mile away and Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium is further up Gloucester Road. For commuters, the area is very well positioned with the city centre within walking or cycling distance and regular buses running along the nearby Chesterfield/Cromwell Road. Buses serving Aztec West are available from the nearby Gloucester Road. Montpelier Train Station a short walk away connects residents to Bristol Temple Meads and the Temple Quay area. The M32 Junction 3 is just short drive for those looking to travel out of the city towards the M4 and M5.
What is Included?
There is a large bookshelf in the living room which the sellers are prepared to leave. There are also shelves in the kitchen the sellers are prepared to leave.
Estimated Rental Value
The Tenure and The Figures
According to our sellers there are 851 years remaining on the lease. There is a £2.10 per year ground rent with management of the building arranged when needed between the owner of the two flats within.
Our Sellers Say…
'We've loved living in this flat and feel very lucky to have had it as our first home. One of the main attractions of the property is the location. It is a short walk to the city centre and surrounding areas such as Clifton, Cotham and St Werburghs. There is a real sense of community in the local area with street parties on the neighbouring roads, the North Bristol Art's Trails and the lively Gloucester Road just around the corner.
We've enjoyed using our beautiful garden, which gets the sun for most of the day. It has a mature pear tree, two apple trees and a cherry tree as well as a large patio area and elevated lawn. For a garden in the heart of the city, it is quiet and peaceful. Due to the trees, it feels secluded and has been a brilliant space for entertaining friends and family.
The back of the house has the light for most of the day, but later on the living room is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the evening sun. St Andrews park is close by and we've enjoyed strolling around it in the late afternoon before heading down to the Gloucester road for dinner or drinks.
The flat has a very welcoming feel to it and has really felt like a home. We hope that whoever buys the property enjoys their time in it as much as we have.'
The flat is currently rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency and environmental impact. The estimated running costs for heating, lighting and hot water are around £815 for the year. The flat has potential to improve to a 'C' rating for both through increased insulation and draft proofing.