5 bed Terraced For Sale
Asking Price £525,000
Set over four floors is this impressive and stylishly decorated terraced home enjoying views from the rear of the property. The accommodation is versatile with up to five bedrooms available but still leaving plenty of living accommodation including a full width kitchen/diner which leads into a full width family room. The family room has stairs leading down into the workshop which has bi-fold doors leading onto the rear garden. This room has further potential to become an additional living room. Completing this floor is a spacious utility room/W.C. This lovely home oozes character and has lots of working fireplaces, stripped floorboards and decorative plaster works. The external workshop (formerly a garage) also has lots of potential for a variety of uses and has water and electric. The location is ideal for those looking to walk or cycle into the city centre for work or to socialise, whilst also being within reach of smaller high streets such as North Street and several expansive green space like Victoria Park, just minutes away, as well as windmill Hill City Farm. Contact Boardwalk Property Co. to arrange your viewing.
Lounge/Bedroom 4.5m x 3.5m (to maximum points)
Reception/Bedroom 4m x 2.9m (to maximum points)
Bedroom 3.1m x 2.2m
Bedroom 4m x 2.9m (to maximum points)
Bedroom 4.1m x 3.5m
Kitchen/Diner 5.2m x 3.9m
Family Room 5.2m x 3.9m
Work Shop 3.9m x 2.7m
External Workshop (former garage) 6m x 5.5m
At the rear is a tiered south westerly facing garden which leads down to the 6m x 5.5m workshop which was formerly a garage and is suitable for a variety of uses including being reinstated as a garage or a granny annexe (subject to the necessary permissions and consents).
Cotswold Road is one of several roads in the Windmill Hill area named after nearby Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Whilst the Cotswolds themselves are a short drive away, the Windmill Hill area itself is renowned for the fantastic views it offers from many vantage points over Bristol and towards the countryside to the south and west. The area has become one of the most sought after in Bristol over recent years, popular with many for its picturesque streets of charming Edwardian homes and the character they offer within. Residents of the area benefit from being on the fringe of the expansive Victoria Park. Victoria Park hosts several activity classes as well as having a child's play area, tennis club, bowls club and basketball court. The area is accessible, with Bedminster train station sitting within the Windmill Hill area. Bristol City Centre, Temple Quay and Temple Meads are just a short walk to the north, well within reach for those looking to commute by bike or by foot. The area also boasts many fine pubs and eateries, whilst also just being a short walk from the restaurants at Wapping Wharf and The General.
What is Included?
There is a restored Victorian balcony which is negotiable. The vendor has had plans drawn up for this to be erected at the back of the property. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
This property is freehold
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says...
We moved to Windmill Hill initially because we wanted to be close to the centre, but also close to brilliant schools. Having lived here now for four years we have discovered that this part of Bristol offers so much more than just good transport links and proximity to North Street.
We feel very much part of a thriving community here. We really enjoy the great pubs and the luscious park spaces close by. We attend the local church which is very welcoming and our children are part of a very happy and successful school. Windmill Hill is a creative community which hosts Art events throughout the year, which we really enjoy; the Arts trail, open doors and window wonderland, for example.
We have lovingly restored our four storey Edwardian home, whilst we have lived here with our three children. The layout really works for a growing family as it offers space, flexibility and comfortable living. Our home has many original features: we are particularly fond of the working fireplaces, stripped staircases and the antique stained glass double doors. The bath stone at the front has recently been restored, which has given the house a fresh look. It is easy to park directly outside our house as there are no RPZs in place- which is a big advantage.
The garage is an asset and a big space that offers scope for development.
We are moving because a new opportunity has opened up for us and we are going to take it! But we highly recommend living here and we will certainly miss this home and the friendships we have built with our neighbours.
The flat is currently rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency and environmental impact, with potential to improve on both.