3 bed Semi-Detached SOLD STC
Asking Price £565,000
A fantastic extended three double bedroom home, with a garage, driveway and a rare amount of space in such a central location. The house benefits from a generous amount of living space to the ground floor including a fantastic kitchen/diner with parquet flooring brought in from a local church and timber bifold doors to the rear garden. Within the house there are also several attractive original features, such as ornate cornicing in the living room, stained glass above the entrance hall and timber sash windows, many of which have been recently upgraded to be double glazed. There is also a very useful utility room/W.C and study great for growing families and those looking to work from home. The driveway and garage are a rare benefit for this area and offer plenty of scope for further development. The location of the house is ideal for those who commute regularly into the city centre, with the house in walking distance to several major employers. The area also benefits from several well regarded independent shops and cafes, many situated on the nearby Picton Street and Cheltenham Road, a hub for the local community with several events and co-working spaces. Offered to the market with no onward chain, the property is available to view via Boardwalk Property Co on .
Kitchen/Dining Room 8.8 x 5.1m (to maximum points)
Living Room 4.6 x 3.6m (into bay)
Utility Room 3.5 x 2.1m (to maximum points)
Downstairs WC 1.1 x 1.0m
Study 2.2 x 2.1m
Master Bedroom 5.1 x 3.6m (into bay)
Bedroom Two 5.8 x 2.2m
Bedroom Three 3.7 x 3.4m
Bathroom 3.0 x 2.9m
WC 2.9 x 1.6m
The house has a generous rear garden with space with a small front garden and a driveway to the side of the house for parking several cars, leading in turn to a garage.
The position of this house is on the borders of Montpelier and St Pauls, close to all the wonderful venues these areas have to offer. Residents of this immediate area are within close reach of shops, bars and café's of Cheltenham and Gloucester Road, such as Flour & Ash, The Social and The Crafty Egg. The flat itself is located and placed just off of Picton Street with the popular Bristolian café a stone?s throw away, famed for great vegetarian and vegan breakfasts. For commuters, the area is extremely well placed for a short walk or cycle into Bristol City Centre. Buses run frequently along the A38 and train transport is available across the city and to Bristol Temple Meads via nearby Montpelier train station. For those looking for access to green space, the flat is just a short walk from St Andrews Park and the Narroways area in St Werburghs, whilst getting out to the country via the nearby M32 or Temple Meads train station is also straightforward.
What is Included?
Appliances within the kitchen are free-standing and are therefore not automatically included in the sale but may be available for separate negotiation along with furniture.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says..
We have loved our first family home. The deliciously spacious kitchen-diner, utility rooms and instant garden access was ideal when bringing up our twin girls, but also great for socialising with our lovely Bristol friends and neighbours. Plus our large sitting room, with adjacent study was perfect for cosying up in the evenings.
The garage is also a hidden gem and if we stayed we would definitely have converted this into a working space for Hannah.
We love the neighbourhood and direct access to city centre shops. Montpelier is perfect for us with local grocers, shops and restaurants, but Cabot Circus is only 8 minutes walk away (I've timed it!).
The incredible amount of space and being close to our friends at the heart of Bristol is what we will really miss, but I am sure our homes new owners will love it as much as we have.