The property is accessed via a pathway which culminates at the front door, this opens to the entrance hallway, from here a flight of stairs rise to the first floor and internal doors lead to the relevant rooms on the ground floor.
At the front of the house is the lounge, this is a well proportioned principal reception room with a feature bay window which overlooks the front of the property.
Beyond the lounge is the dining room which has a pair of double leading to the rear garden. The dining room also has a fitted storage unit and wooden flooring.
Continuing along the hallway leads you to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and floor cupboards set beneath ample worksurface area and includes a single drainer sink unit, space for an electric oven and a door to the rear garden.
Located off the kitchen is the utility room. Within the utility room there are additional wall units, plumbing for a washing machine and the gas fired combi boiler.
The stairs from the ground floor lead to the first floor landing, from here there is access to the bathroom with a bath with shower over, a wash hand basin and a WC.
The master bedroom is a well proportioned double room and overlooks the front of the property. The second bedroom has a range of fitted units and overlooks the rear garden.
At the rear of the house is the garden, mainly laid to patio with a established trees and shrubs. A gate at the far end of the property leads to the rear lane.
Located within easy reach of the vibrant and popular area of North Street as well as Parson Street station, the properties location is excellent.
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 within the Clifton area and throughout the city. 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 well 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 Heritage city of Bath is also within easy reach of the property. Famed for its Georgian architecture Bath is home to the Roman Baths and is a popular destination for locals and tourists. The city also boasts a racecourse for the racing enthusiasts.
The M5 motorway can be accessed via the A369, mainline rail connections to London Paddington are offered at Parson Street station (less than 1 mile away). For those looking to travel further afield, Bristol International Airport is a mere 7 miles away and offers regular domestic and international flights.
Tenure – TBC. Services - Mains water, mains drainage, mains gas central heating. Postcode – BS3 3PW. Energy Performance Certificate – Rated D. Viewings - Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Northwood 0117 9635777
EPC rating: D.