2 bed Terraced SOLD STC
Asking Price £370,000
Arranged over three stories and benefitting from a south facing garden is this beautiful Easton period home. The house has been extended and modified to the ground floor to offer an impressive and versatile living space, with a recently installed woodburning stove in the living room. The bathroom and bedrooms are all spacious and attractively presented, whilst the loft room offers a great option for an office or guest room. Anstey Street is a quiet but brilliantly convenient location, just around the corner from the cafes and independent shops on St Marks Road. For commuters, the area is within walking distance of the city centre, with buses and trains also running frequently through the area. A big pull of this area is also the Bristol/Bath cycle path, just minutes away, which can be a great commuting route or a track out of the city and into the countryside. This house is available to view from Saturday 26th October, through Boardwalk Property Co on 01179898222.
Living Room 3.9 x 3.5m (to maximum points, into bay)
Dining Area 3.8 x 3.5m
Kitchen 2.8 x 2.2m
Play Room 2.2 x 1.8m
Master Bedroom 4.7 x 3.2m (including built-in storage)
Bedroom Two 3.4 x 3.0m (including built-in storage)
Bathroom 2.7 x 2.2m
Loft Room 4.1 x 3.7m
The house has a south-facing private rear garden with raised beds and a shed.
Anstey Street is positioned at the heart of Easton, a classic street of Victorian terraced homes which makes it not only picturesque but also a fantastic, sociable road for local community. Easton is a popular and trendy pocket of Bristol, being so close to the city centre and easily accessible by foot, bike, by road and by train. At the same time, its proximity to both the M32 and the A431 to Bath make it an ideal spot for many. Easton is by no means, however, a dormitory neighbourhood and offers an abundance of community areas, events and activities and Britannia Road is central in this hugely popular area. Nearby, St Marks Road boasts a number of Bristol's finest independent shops and restaurants, such as Bristol Sweet Mart and the Thali Cafe. The nearest primary school, Bannerman Road Community Academy is rated 'Good' by Ofsted, with other nearby schools such as Whitehall and May Park also very well-regarded locally, further enhancing the appeal of the area to families. For those who like sport and organised activities, the area is a short walk from the Easton Leisure Centre and is also home to locally renowned sports club, Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls. For those who like running, walking and cycling, the area is also served by the Bristol Cycle Path and many parks and green spaces.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen many of the appliances are free-standing and therefore not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation. Other furniture is not automatically included but may also be available to negotiate with the sellers.
Estimated Rental Value
Parking is available to on Anstey Street and is free.
Our Seller Says…
We have loved how light the house is, the spacious open plan layout downstairs and ample inbuilt storage space. We didn't know Easton before buying the house but have been amazed by the community. We really appreciate how quiet the road, by virtue of not being a through road and how friendly everyone on the street is. In terms of location we are spoilt for choice; in walking distance of St George's park and the Bristol Loaf in one direction, around the corner from the family friendly Greenbank pub and the cemetery for a lovely open green space, Hawks Gym at the end of our road, everything St Marks road has to offer and then a quick walk over to St Werburghs for the City Farm and Better Foods.
Awaiting updated energy performance certificate. According to the Bristol City Council website, the property has 'Very Good' solar power potential