This property has now been taken off the market (as of 10 May 2021).
2 Bed Terraced House, Sandbed Rd, BS2
- Available Immediately
- Fantastic Condition Throughout
- Westerly Facing Sun-trap Garden
- Two Bedrooms
- Spacious Open-plan Kitchen/Diner
- Two Bathrooms
- Popular St Werburghs Location
A larger than average two bedroom terraced house on the popular Sandbed Road in St Werburghs. Formerly a workers cottage, pre-dating nearby bay-fronted houses, this mid-Victorian home has a modern finish throughout. On the ground floor the house comprises a living room to the front of the property and a dining room to the rear opening on to a modern kitchen. There is also a downstairs cloakroom utility. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, the master measuring 4.7 x 3.3 metres. There is also a generous hallspace leading to the modern bathroom. The house is ideally positioned with an open aspect to the front and a westerly orientation to the rear, affording afternoon sun into the rear garden, measuring approximately 10 metres. Situated in close proximity to the shops and cafes of Mina Road, Bristol City Centre and M32. Available to move in immediately.
Living Room 3.95 x 3.56m (to maximum points)
Dining Room 4.30 x 3.12m
Kitchen 2.63 x 2.53m
Downstairs Cloakroom Utility 2.77 x 1.61m
Master Bedroom 4.70 x 3.32 (to maximum points)
Bedroom Two 3.35 x 2.66m (excluding storage cupboard over stairs)
Hallspace (adjacent to Bedroom Two) 3.30 x 1.63m - ample space here for large desk for WFH office.
Bathroom 2.94 x 1.55m
A private westerly facing garden measuring approximately 9.8 x 3.4 metres with Bike Shed/Garden storage.
Sandbed Road is at the heart of St Werburghs, an area of inner city Bristol in high demand. St Werburghs is home to a number of popular cafes, shops and attractions including The Better Food Company shop, Popti & Beast (Butcher/Baker), The Cauldron Restaurant, 2x local brewery taprooms (Wiper & True / Fierce & Noble), 3x Local Pubs (Miner's Arms, Duke of York, The Farm), Napolita Café and the Undercover Rock climbing centre in St Werburghs Church. The area's popularity derives in a large part from its sense of community, but also from its close proximity to Bristol City Centre and Cheltenham Road. The nearby M32 makes the area ideal for commuters, providing easy access to Bristol Parkway and in turn to the M4. St Werburghs Primary School is very central to the area and has a good reputation, enhancing the pull of the area to families. St Werburgh's Nursery School is also close by and is rated outstanding by Ofsted. The St Werburghs City Farm and Café is well known throughout the city and combined with the local allotments is a good example of the area's individuality and independence from surrounding suburbs.
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