A unique semi-detached bungalow offering a great deal of character, tucked privately off of Filton Avenue in Horfield.
Why you'll love it
The property was constructed in the late 50s/early 60s and has been lovingly looked after during the current owners tenure, tastefully adding their stamp to the home. The main lure of the home is the character on offer which is contributed by the high ceilings across the three main rooms. A viewing is advised to truly appreciate its charm. On entrance you are greeted by a small hallway with a modern kitchen straight in front. To the left you enter the main living area with an opening through to the extension at the rear of the room. The extension is currently utilised as a second bedroom but could be used as a formal dining space. As you continue though the living area you access the bathroom with walk in shower and the master bedroom, where sliding glass doors lead to the rear garden.
At the front of the plot you will find off street parking, with the potential to create multiple spaces. Adjacent to the property is a car port and a single garage, currently used for storage. The garden is accompanied by a contrast of patio and artificial lawn, facing in a westerly direction which is ideal for afternoon/evening sun.
Situated in a prime spot for access in and around Bristol as the short drive to Muller Road offers direct access to the M32 and Gloucester Road. Heading north through Filton Avenue, you are also in close proximity to the Abbeywood/Parkway train line and a number of large employers including MoD, Airbus and Rolls Royce. UWE and the University of Bristol are equally separated with a short bus route/drive available for both campuses.
Living Room 14'03 x 13'03 (4.34m x 4.04m)
Kitchen 10'01 x 7'08 (3.07m x 2.34m)
Bedroom One 10'10 x 14'00 (3.30m x 4.27m)
Bedroom Two 7'10 x 15'09 (2.39m x 4.80m)
Bathroom 5'01 x 8'04 (1.55m x 2.54m)
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