3 bed End of Terrace SOLD STC
Asking Price £310,000
Positioned on a quiet road in the heart of Long Ashton is this three bedroom end terrace house which has been well presented throughout. Inside the property has plenty of character thanks to the stripped floorboards and wood burner in the full width living room. At the front of the property is a modern kitchen/diner which has an integrated oven, hob and dishwasher. The living room leads into a conservatory which leads onto the tiered rear garden which has been attractively landscaped and provides side access to the front of the property. Upstairs are three bedrooms, two doubles and a single, and a modern bathroom with a shower over the bath. From the front bedroom are pleasant views over the houses and towards opens fields. This lovely property also has gas central heating, and double glazing and is a short walk to the local shops. The area is also hugely popular for its commutability into Bristol City Centre whilst also being surrounded by fantastic green belt space including the expansive Ashton Court, home to prestigious events such as The Bristol Balloon Fiesta. This property is available to view via Boardwalk Property Co.
Living Room – 4.5m x 3.5m (to maximum points)
Kitchen/Diner – 4m x 2.7m
Conservatory – 2.9m x 2.4m
Bedroom – 4m x 2.7m
Bedroom – 3.5m x 2.7m (to maximum points)
Bedroom – 2.7m x 1.6m
Bathroom –2m x 1.6m
At the front of the property is a small tiered garden slightly elevated from the road with side access to the rear of the property. The rear garden is tiered and has been well maintained with a decked level and gravelled area perfect for catching the last of the days sun. The property has a shed at the back of the garden which provides useful storage, along additional storage in the built in coal shed.
Yeomeads is situated centrally in Long Ashton, just minutes from the shops and amenities along Weston Road. The heart of this village is also home to the popular Birdwell Primary School, just a short walk away and nearby Northleaze Church of England Primary School around the corner. The village is well-regarded by its residents for having its own community and green spaces around, yet just being a mile or so from Bristol and just a ten minute drive from the City Centre and Harbourside area, with buses running regularly and pleasant cycle routes through Ashton Court into the City. Within the village itself there are several pubs with a good reputation for their food and atmosphere, whilst independent local shops such as the Gatcombe Farm Shop and The Little Tipple also give residents a good choice of local produce. Long Ashton's huge popularity comes from its proximity to Bristol yet the proud independence it has as North Somerset village, with a unique rural feel just outside some of the most exciting parts of the city of Bristol
What is Included?
In the kitchen there is a built in gas hob and electric oven included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Sellers Say…
Yeomeads is a really friendly street to live on, and we have benefitted from very nice neighbours. We love the Bird in Hand which is a great pub located a short walk from the house. The post office is extremely convenient for supplies and is particularly focused on environmentally friendly produce (refillable milk station, laundries liquids etc). The Old Library is a restaurant that opened up last year and is a great place for pizza and drinks.
The local woods are a 5 minute walk away which have a stream and a woodland walk. The nearby fields can be viewed from the kitchen window and are part of a beautiful village circular walk and are great for dog walks (and sledging when it snows!)
The cycle path takes you all the way to the centre of Bristol without the need to cycle on the road. They also provide a rural walk to Ashton Court.
We have loved living in Long Ashton and the property has been very well cared for. The new wood burning stove has been our favourite addition and creates very warm and cosy living room. We get sun well into the evening in the garden, which makes for a great place to sit and socialise."
The existing EPC gives the house a rating of 'C' for energy efficiency and environmental impact.