York Road, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 4AL | Property for sale | Savills
1,947 sq ft(180.88 sq m)
Guide price £595,000

York RoadBedminster, Bristol, BS3 4AL

    Key features

    • Grade II listed Georgian townhouse
    • Sitting room
    • Kitchen/dining room
    • Utility and WC
    • Four double bedrooms and a family bathroom
    • Study
    • South-facing garden
    • Highly sought after location in close proximity to Wapping Wharf, floating harbour and Temple Meads

    A charming Grade II listed family home with a generous south-facing garden.

    About this property

    • Conveniently positioned in the heart of Bedminster is this four bedroom, four storey Grade II listed Georgian family home, overlooking the River Avon and benefitting from a generous south-facing garden.

      There is an abundance of period charm immediately visible upon entry with picture rails, exposed floor boards, cast iron radiators and stained glass windows. The entrance hall flows seamlessly into the sitting room at the front elevation, bathed in natural light via the large sash window and a beautiful open fireplace sits within the chimney breast with marble surround and slate hearth. Along the hall is one of the four bedrooms but this would also make a comfortable home office/study if required. The four-piece family bathroom is positioned at the rear of the plan with a free-standing roll top bath, large walk-in shower, WC and basin.

      Stairs descend to the lower ground floor and into the open-plan kitchen/dining room. A vast space with plenty of space for free-standing appliances, Belfast sink and a large central island housing the 5 ring gas hob. Dual-aspect with a good amount of natural light due to the sunny orientation at the rear. There is a utility space and WC at the rear and access to the sunny garden.

      There are three further bedrooms across the two upper floors, all generous in size and period features includes fireplaces and exposed beams and a generous study area.

      Externally and at the rear is the south-facing garden with a patio / seating area immediately outside. The garden enjoys a high degree of privacy from planted borders with various shrubs and trees and there is a greenhouse at the far end of the garden.

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    An exciting opportunity to acquire a home steeped in history and character. I love the generous sunny garden at the rear, a real rarity for this part of the city.

    Troy BuddProperty agent

    Local information

    • Perfectly positioned for the amenities of nearby North Street with an array of independent restaurants, coffee shops, butchers and banks. A short distance away, less than half a mile, and on the opposing side of the River Avon is the popular Wapping Wharf development – home to a number of independent eateries, florist and art gallery. There are a number of health and leisure clubs within close proximity, including David Lloyd in Long Ashton, in addition to the open green spaces of Greville Smyth park, Ashton Court and Leigh Woods. There is a local running club based at Southbank Club on Dean Lane (runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays). Bristol Temple Meads is less than half a mile away with regular services to London, Devon and Cornwall. Coronation Road provides easy access to Bristol's commercial centre and the motorway networks.

    Additional information

    • Mains water
    • Mains electricity
    • Mains gas
    • Mains drainage
    • Gas central heating
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: D