Savills | Ruby Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 3DW | Property for sale
1,364 sq ft(126.72 sq m)
Guide price £495,000

Ruby StreetBedminster, Bristol, BS3 3DW

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac
  • Open-plan reception rooms
  • Kitchen/dining room with doors to the rear garden
  • Principal suite on top floor including en suite shower room
  • Two further bedrooms
  • Four piece family bathroom
  • Enclosed rear garden
  • Highly sought after location close to North Street, the floating harbour and Temple Meads

Period three bedroom home close to vibrant and popular North Street. Now fully booked for viewings.

About this property

  • An extremely light and bright three bedroom period family home in popular BS3. The property has been updated in recent years and offers well-balanced accommodation across three floors, measuring approximately 1,364 sq ft.

    Entry is via a gated front garden enclosed by a low-level wall. The entrance hall opens into a generous open-plan reception room. The sitting area is positioned at the front elevation with bay window, coving, in-built storage and shelving in the alcoves and a recently installed wood burning stove with slate hearth and floating wood mantlepiece. Wood flooring runs underfoot and continues to the rear – this space is flexible and could be used as a dining area or home office/study. An opening leads into the open-plan kitchen/dining room which is filled with natural light via two separate doors opening out to the garden. There are a range of wall and base units, central island, space for a range cooker and in-built fridge/freezer. The dining area affords natural light via two Velux windows above.

    Stairs rise to the first floor with two double bedrooms including a generous sized room at the front elevation with stripped wood flooring. At the rear, a four piece family bathroom serves both bedrooms with stylish tiled flooring, free-standing bath, separate shower, vanity cabinet with basin and WC. The principal bedroom is on the top floor and affords ample natural light via two Velux windows above and a large double glazed window at the rear. There are views across the Bristol skyline, including the Clifton Suspension Bridge and surrounding countryside. Complete with en suite shower room and storage within the eaves.

    The rear garden is enclosed by boundary walls and fencing with a decked area accessed from the kitchen, providing space for al fresco dining. The decking leads to a level lawn with planted borders and plum tree at the rear, providing further privacy when in full bloom.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A much loved family home in the heart of the ‘Chessels'. I love the high degree of natural light throughout and the seamless flow onto the garden at the rear.

Troy BuddProperty agent

Local information

  • Perfectly positioned for the amenity of nearby North Street with an array of independent restaurants, coffee shops, butchers and supermarkets. Theatres include The Tobacco Factory; the last remaining part of the old W. D. & H. O. Wills tobacco factory site on Raleigh Road. Venture a little further and you will find the popular Wapping Wharf development on Bristol's floating harbour – home to a plethora of independent eateries, florist and art gallery.
  • Local schools include Ashton Gate and Southville primary, both of which are highly regarded within BS3. There are a number of health and leisure clubs within close proximity (David Lloyd and Workout Bristol) in addition to the open green spaces of Greville Smyth park, South Street park and Ashton Court.
  • Bristol Temple Meads is approximately 2 miles away with regular services to London, Devon and Cornwall. The nearby A370 (Coronation Road) provides easy access to Bristol's commercial centre and the motorway networks.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold