What the homeowner loves
Having your morning coffee in the garden feels like you're in the middle of the countryside.
3-bedroom terraced house in Bristol
150ft back garden with stunning views
Original wooden floorboards throughout
Spacious master bedroom
Brand new windows and boiler
>>Viewings available from 19.04<<
This 3-bedroom colourful terraced house has some unusual features within and surrounding the property such as the unique 'Hobbit' pod in the 150ft rear garden.
Built in 1928 as part of a small development, it was a 'show home' created to make a lasting impression - so they added an extra 2 ft or so to its width making our home and garden the most spacious in the street!
Upon entering the property, you are welcomed by a small hall which can be used for additional storage area. Following down the corridor, a spacious room is situated just to the left which can be used as a living area as it is well lit with natural light due to the large windows. The dining room is large with sliding doors accessing the kitchen, with under stair cupboard space. The kitchen comes fully equipped with all necessary utilities. The conservatory is joined from the kitchen and looks out upon as well as has access to the rear garden. The property maintains a colourful and bright theme throughout.
Proceeding to the first floor, all three bedrooms are of a spacious size. The first bedroom in particular is the largest of them all. The second and third bedrooms are located within the vicinity of one another. The family bathroom is between the second and third bedroom also. There is also additional cupboard space located at the top of the stairs, besides the first bedroom door.
On the outside the property clearly stands out with its bright and vibrant colour, as well as its brick and metal fencing enclosing the driveway. There is also on road parking outside of the property.
To the rear of the property is levelled landscaped area surrounded by a paved pathway leading to the other end of the garden.
This part of the garden is more of a wild meadow habitat, complete with a hammock stand, a firepit and a summerhouse which can be used as a guest bedroom or a studio. There is also a back gate leading out onto the Malago Greenway.
The rear garden is enclosed partially by wooden fence panels, with shrubbery growing over one side, adding to the natural and vibrant character of the property.
There is also a loft storage area offering a possibility of a loft conversion.
Near the property, local primary school Parson Street is 0.20 miles way, with larger sixth form Knowle DGE being around 0.57 miles from the area. Parson Street station is 0.36 miles from the house as well as Bedminster station is located 0.64 miles away from the property. There are vast amounts of restaurants and bar choices in the surrounding area, which can be accessed with a short walk.