Ideally situated on the sought-after west side of the Gloucester Road, within the Redland Green School catchment area is this well-proportioned 2-bedroom Victorian terraced family home. There is an opportunity to make your mark on this charming property and it would make an ideal purchase for the first-time buyer or young family. The accommodation benefits from neutral decor throughout comprises; living room with open fireplace, extending onto a well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room and French doors leading to the south facing rear garden which is laid to patio with mature hedge borders and array of plants and shrubs. Upstairs you will find two double bedrooms pleasantly finished, and family 3 piece bathroom suite with shower over bath.
Location Situated in the popular area of Bishopston, the property is within close proximity to Gloucester Road where there are traditional high street shops such as a greengrocers, butchers, bakers, cafes and restaurants. North West Bristol offers golf courses, health and leisure clubs as well as a combination of both state and independent primary and secondary schools. This area also offers excellent links to the motorway network.
Starting from our office on Northumbria Drive turn left at the traffic lights onto Coldharbour Road and continue to follow the B4468. Turn right onto Bishop Road and go straight across the roundabout. Turn right onto Monk Road and then left onto Melbourne Road. No. 84 will be on the right.
Kitchen - 14'9 x 11'5 Sitting Room - 11'4 x 9'11 Bedroom One - 14'9 x 9'11 Bedroom Two - 13'8 x 8'3
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