Savills | Guild Heritage House, Braggs Lane, Bristol, BS2 0DN | Property for sale
492 sq ft(45.71 sq m)
Guide price £220,000

Guild Heritage HouseBraggs Lane, Bristol, BS2 0DN


    Key features

    • Open plan living / dining room
    • Modern kitchen
    • Principal bedroom
    • Family shower room
    • Large courtyard
    • Secure bike storage
    • Offered with no onward chain
    • Remainder of 10 year CRL warranty from 2018

    A stylish first home or investment in a beautifully restored historical building

    About this property

    • Flat 1 Guild Heritage House is a bright and modern, open plan first home or investment in one of Bristol's most exciting neighbourhoods.

      The ground floor apartment is located behind a secure gated entrance and via a bright and well maintained communal entrance hall. The entrance to the apartment is wide and spacious with intercom system and plenty of space for coats and boots. There is Moduleo luxury timber effect flooring throughout the apartment. The WC and shower room is located immediately on the right and offers a large walk-in shower with grey contemporary ceramic wall tiles, sink unit with storage, wall mirror, WC, towel radiator and spot lighting. Next to the shower room is a large storage cupboard housing the utilities.

      The bedroom is across the hall and is of a good size with floor to ceiling, double glazed, south facing windows with curtains looking out onto the courtyard. There is plenty of space for a large double bed as well as a range of drawer and wardrobe units.

      The open plan kitchen / living room is at the end of the hall and is light and spacious offing a lovely space for cooking, dining, working and relaxing. The Howdens kitchen offers matt slate grey kitchen units and integrated appliances including dishwasher, fridge freezer, oven / grill and four ring ceramic hob with extractor fan. There is also an integrated stainless steel sink, solid worktops, spot lighting and ample cupboard and drawer units.

      The living / dining room offers a comfortable space for working and relaxing and there is integrated shelving in the corner alcove. The room is south facing so nice and light and two doors open onto a lovely courtyard with flagstones and planters providing a relaxing space for al fresco dining.

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    Local information

    • Bristol is regularly voted as one of the best places to live in The Times polls and it is easy to see why. A vibrant city with culture and heritage in abundance, Guild Heritage House sits at the heart of vibrant Old Market, one of the city's most exciting up and coming areas. Built over a century ago, Guild Heritage House was designed by Sir Frank Wills, the same pioneering architect behind the City Museum and Art Gallery. Built in 1913, this historical building has been beautifully restored into a stylish collection of apartments, all within easy reach of Temple Meads (0.7 miles) , The Harbourside (1.1 miles) and central Bristol's dining and shopping quarters (0.4 miles). The location is also very close to the M32 (0.7 miles) linking to the M4 and M5 for both business and more rural pursuits.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = C