3 bed End of Terrace SOLD STC
Asking Price £310,000
A fantastic opportunity to buy a spacious house with a garage in central Bristol. Both the house and the area are steeped in history, with the house itself formerly being a locally renowned shop for the Dings area. The house today currently offers three bedrooms and a study, with a dual aspect living room, kitchen/diner and bathroom to the ground floor. The house also has a courtyard garden and a garage. The location of the house is ideal for those who work in the Temple Quay area or at one of several major employers across the City Centre, or for those who need regular access to Bristol Temple Meads. The house is also just a short walk from many well-regarded restaurants, bars and café's such as the recently opened Left Handed Giant Brewpub in Finzels Reach. This is a rare opportunity for an owner occupier or investment buyer, with an rental value of £1275pcm. Contact Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179898222 to arrange your viewing.
Living Room 4.0 x 3.8m (to maximum points)
Kitchen/Dining Room 5.0 x 4.6m
Bathroom 2.2 x 2.0m
Master Bedroom 5.0 x 3.9m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Two 3.75 x 2.9m
Bedroom Three 3.75 x 2.0m
Study 1.7 x 1.6m
The house has a garage and a courtyard garden. The garage measures approximately 4.6 x 2.6m.
Barton Road is situated in The Dings, a historic part of Bristol City Centre. The area is now extremely popular for its proximity to Bristol Temple Meads, the rapidly developing City Centre and the several major employers on the eastern side of Bristol's city centre. The house is on the edge of award-winning 'The Zone' development in Temple Quay, one of the highest regarded in this area of BS2, part of the 'Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone' which is professed to be 'one of the largest urban regeneration projects in the UK'. Over recent years, many large businesses such as Bank of Ireland and Deloitte have moved into the nearby area along with the construction of many modern residential properties. In the next few years, further regeneration of the Old Market area is set to give this area a further boost. However, even without this further development in the pipeline the immediate area is so central and well-connected; there is little need for a car. In walking distance is Cabot Circus and the shops of the City Centre. Also walkable to the south-west is Bristol's popular harbourside, and to the North West is the bars and restaurants of Cheltenham Road and in turn, Kingsdown, Cotham and Clifton. For those looking to escape the city, the proximity of Bristol's main train station can only be a good thing and the M32 is very nearby in order to get to the countryside, London or the North. This area is also the beginning of the Bristol to Bath cycle path and with a large bike store, this development is ideal for keen cyclists.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated oven and hob included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included.
The house has a garage for off-street parking.
Our seller says..
Since buying the house in 2005 it has been a pleasure to live in 55 Barton Road. The local neighbourhood, The Dings, is a very friendly, community-minded and safe area. My children went to school at Hannah More (about 300m from the house). It's an excellent primary school in an area that is also very family friendly. If you move here, you won't regret it! You'll be living in an area that is really up and coming, with easy access to the city centre and our own hidden gem, Old Market. If you have a car, the residents parking zone ensures that you'll be able to park near the house, and you can ask for free day tickets when your friends and relatives come to visit.
According to the most recent energy performance certificate, the property is rated as an 'E' for energy efficiency and environmental impact, with improvements to insulation included in recommended measures to improve efficiency.