Clover Ground, Westbury On Trym, Bristol

£1,200pcm (Fees Apply) - Let Agreed

  • 3 Beds
  • End Terrace
  • Unfurnished
  • Off Street Parking
  • Easy Access To Local Shops
  • Private Rear Garden


Telephone: 0117 949 9000


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**LET AGREED - subject to contract** Situated in Clover Ground, a quiet backwater within Westbury On Trym, is this deceptively spacious unfurnished end of terrace home. This well positioned 3 bedroom property offers convenient access to Westbury on Trym C of E School, Westbury Village and Henleaze Road with its vast array of shops, cafés and amenities. The accommodation comprises to the ground floor: hall, WC, utility room, kitchen through to dining room and sitting room. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms and spacious bathroom suite (separate shower cubicle and bath). To the rear is a level garden with access to off street parking. Ideal for professional couple of young family. Easy access into Bristol City Centre and Clifton, as well as Southmead Hospital, Airbus, MOD and Aztec West via the M5 motorway network. Council Tax Band C (information supplied by *Agency fees £360 inc vat for the first two applicants. **Minimum household gross annual income required £36,000pa** Contact the office for further information.


Maggs & Allen use all reasonable endeavors to supply accurate property information in line with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. These property details do not constitute any part of the offer or contract and all measurements are approximate. It should not be assumed that this property has all the necessary Planning, Building Regulation or other consents. Any services, appliances and heating system(s) listed have not been checked or tested. Please note that in some instances the photographs may have been taken
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