Shrubbery Cottages, Redland, Bristol

£2,000pcm (Fees Apply) - Let Agreed

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Email: agency@maggsandallen.co.uk

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**LET AGREED - subject to contract** Located in a quiet backwater only a few minutes walk from the popular Whiteladies Road is this must see stunning home. The charming, light and airy, 4 double bedroom period terraced house has been modernised extensively providing beautifully presented and well proportioned (unfurnished) accommodation. This comprises of hall, sitting room (with dual fuel burner), dining room (with ample storage) French doors to rear garden, fitted kitchen with range cooker, through to utility room and downstairs WC (also included fridge, washing machine & dishwasher). The first floor benefits from 3 double bedrooms one with en-suite shower room. To the top floor is a further double bedroom (offering fantastic views), study and bathroom (with freestanding bath and shower cubicle). The low maintenance rear garden includes a patio area, to the side an area with synthetic turf lawn and gate for rear access. Further benefiting from gas central heating & double glazing. Easy access for Clifton, City Centre and local schools including St Johns School Primary School located on Lower Redland Road. **NO SHARERS** Council Tax Band D (information supplied by www.voa,gov.uk). *Agency fees apply. **Minimum household gross annual income required £60,000 pa.** Contact the office for further information.

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