Arranged over three floors, on the enviable and highly sought after Sefton Park Road, this fabulous four bedroom, family home, offers spacious open plan living spaces, with a modern twist. Properties like this very rarely come onto the rental market so don’t miss out!
A traditional front door opens into a light and bright hallway with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the impressive sitting room, kitchen and the generous open plan dining/family room.
The sitting room is located at the front of the property and has a board bay window which enjoys an open outlook to the front. This impressive principle reception room is further complimented by ornate cornicing and a feature fireplace with open fire.
The modern kitchen has ample work surface space and includes an integrated American style fridge/freezer with ice & water, a dishwasher as well as an Induction hob with discreet built in extraction fan. The washing machine and tumble drier can be found in a built-in laundry cupboard in the back room.
The open plan dining/family room is bathed in natural light, thanks in part to the Velux style windows and large bifold door. With the combination of neutral décor and concrete finished tiles makes this is a superb space for family living. The bifold doors open onto small decked area with built in shed and seating area making the perfect place for that morning coffee or evening entertaining!
Upstairs to the first floor, you will find three double bedrooms, all with fully fitted wardrobes and bookshelves as well as original decorative Victorian fireplaces. The front bedroom has an ensuite. The family bathroom has a bath with a shower overhead. An additional staircase from the first floor landing leads to the principal bedroom, this impressive room is approximately 22ft x 16ft with fitted wardrobes and a large ensuite. The extra feature is that this room has double doors with a Juliet balcony which offers the stunning views of the Brunel designed orphanage.
Ashley Down is a charming neighbourhood that seamlessly blends history, community spirit, and modern living. With its tree-lined streets, historic architecture, and a lively atmosphere, Ashley Down has become a sought-after locale for residents and visitors alike. It is home to several well-regarded schools, making it an ideal location for families.
Renowned for its strong sense of community, it often hosts various events and activities that bring residents together, fostering a friendly and inclusive atmosphere. From independent boutiques and cafes to convenience stores and local markets, Ashley Down provides everything one might need within a short distance. The high street is a hub of activity, reflecting the area's dynamic and evolving character.
For those seeking a breath of fresh air, Ashley Down boasts several green spaces. The historic St. Andrews Park, with its open lawns and tree-lined paths, provides a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Bristol is famed for its growing reputation within the business sector and is home to a number of large employers including Rolls-Royce and the MOD. The diverse culture within the city makes it an ideal destination for dining out, with a number of high-quality restaurants and brasseries.
The city is also home to a number of iconic landmarks including Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge and the impressive SS Great Britain. The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually at the Ashton Court estate and attracts balloonists and spectators from all corners of the world.
Bristol also boasts a modern shopping centre in the heart of the city, Cabot Circus which offers a broad spectrum of shops and dining facilities as a cinema. On the northern side of the city just off junction 17 of the M5 is the regional shopping centre Cribbs Causeway, again offering a plethora of shops, restaurants, and leisure facilities.
The M5 motorway can be accessed via Cribbs Causeway or Avonmouth, mainline rail connections to London Paddington are offered at Montpelier station via Bristol Temple Meads. For those looking to travel further afield, Bristol International Airport is South of the city and offers regular domestic and international flights.
EPC rating: C. Council tax band: D,