Wood Street, Bristol BS34 5GB, UK
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Bristol is one of the most exciting cities in the UK, with buzzing restaurant and cultural scenes, and glorious green spaces. It offers a dream urban lifestyle, but property here's not cheap - and we don't just mean period piles in chichi Clifton.
So it pays to look a little further afield: This three-bedroom end of terrace house in Charlton Hayes, a suburb northwest of the city centre, would be perfect for first-timers who want to settle in Bristol without breaking the bank.
Charlton Hayes is a new estate, close to Cribbs Causeway & Filton. Whilst they continue to build, 226 has the benefit of being on the completed estate so you will have no disruptions from builders. It's a stone's throw from the M5, so handy for the southwest, Wales, Birmingham and London, and you can drive into the city centre via the Avon Gorge.
The modern property has a garage, off-street parking, a well-designed kitchen, a bright, airy living room with double doors onto the rear garden.
Location and Transport Links:
It's a 23-minute drive from Charlton Hayes to the city centre: The route takes you along the M32 and past Cabot Circus shopping centre. If you're heading out of the city, the M5 is several minutes away, offering easy access to the Somerset seaside, the Mendips, Devon and Cornwall, as well as Birmingham. The motorway links with the M4 and M49 if you're heading to London or Wales. And it's a 30-minute drive to Bristol airport.
Parkway station is nearby and has direct trains to Bristol Temple Meads, the city's main rail hub, or out to London Paddington with the new fast route taking just 80 minutes, Cardiff (32 minutes) and Birmingham New Street (1 hour 12 minutes).
Bristol is one of the most exciting cities in the UK, with Michelin-starred restaurants, superb theatres, galleries, gig venues, glorious parks and a great range of independent shops.
Charlton Hayes and the surrounding area has plenty to do: The house is 1.8 miles from Miller and Carter restaurant and a Carluccio's can be found in the Mall (0.9 miles). It's 10 min drive from Blaise Castle Estate, a sprawling park with a gothic style folly at the top of the hill, and 1.9 miles from the new Village Hotel gym.
There's an M&S 0.8 miles away and Asda & Morrisons are 1.3 miles away. Charlton Hayes is a 3 min drive from the Vue cinema, with a number of restaurants around and the new Planet Ice Rink opening up very soon.
Wood Street is in the catchment area for several primary schools rated good by Ofsted. The new Chalrton Wood primary opened in 2019 and is just 0.04 miles away. Others include Holy Family Catholic Primary School, 0.56 miles away, and Coniston Primary School, 0.7 miles away.
At secondary level, Bradley Stoke Community School, 1.5 miles away, is deemed good; South Gloucestershire and Stroud College is for 16-18 and 1 mile away.
The property is 1.2 miles from the nearest gp surgery, the Coniston Medical Practice, and 1.8 miles from the Charlton Dental Practice. JhootsPharmacy is 0.6 miles away and it's half a mile to the local Specsavers.
Attached garage & off-street parking
Easy access to Cribbs Causeway & city centre
Shops and cinema nearby
No work required
Room by room:
The house starts in the hallway, with a WC on the right hand side as you go in. The hallway leads onto a bright reception room with plenty of space for a lounge area and dining table. Glass doors lead to a lovely garden with artificial grass, handy for those who want low maintenance living.
The kitchen is off the reception room; has a tiled floor, plenty of built-in storage, a gas hob & separate oven, a sink with a mixer tap and drainer, and a built-in fridge freezer.
There's extra storage space under the stairs, off the reception room.
There are three bedrooms, the two doubles have carpeted floors. The single bedroom is currently used as an office and has wooden flooring. The main bedroom has a storage cupboard and ensuite shower room. The bathroom has a bath, an overhead shower, a sink and a toilet.
- Bedroom 1 10'3" x 12'11", double bedroom with carpeted floor, storage cupboard & ensuite
- Bedroom 2 9'0" x 10'5", double bedroom
- Bedroom 3 6'5" x 10'5", single bedroom
- Bathroom 6'3" x 6'11", Bath, overhead shower, toilet, sink
- Lounge / Diner, 15'7" x 17'9", carpet, glass doors to garden
- Kitchen 8'0" x 9'4", tiled floor, built-in storage, sink with drainer and mixer tap, gas hob and oven, built-in fridge freezer
- Bedroom 1 Ensuite 5'2" x 6'10", shower, toilet, sink
WC 3'4" x 6'8", toilet, sink
- Garage, single car & storage