A three-bedroom period terraced property in Cliftonwood has come on the market, with panoramic views from its back door that will make its new owners the envy of family and friends. Described by estate agents Howard as ‘period meets modern twists’, it is arranged over three floors and located in the heart of a desirable area of Bristol.
According to the listing on Rightmove, the current owners said: “We love our house – and you will too! We have enjoyed 20 years here and are reluctantly having to downsize, but we will not be moving far!
“The house will sell itself, it is cosy, but open plan and very sociable. We have had many dinner parties, and everyone loves sitting in the garden and taking in the view.
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“But it is the community that makes it so special. Clifton Wood is a family area, and we know all the neighbours in the street.
“We come together for music, Christmas etc. but as our house is not overlooked, it feels very private and quiet in the living spaces. The local family-run Lion pub is a gem at the heart of the community, and we have made best friends in there.
“Our house is in the perfect location between Clifton village and the harbourside. It is also just a 10 minute walk from the centre and work, but so close to the countryside and local parks for dog walking, that we sold our car when we moved here. We feel this would make a magnificent home for someone.”
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The property, which is on the market with a guide price of £795,000, has been opened up to provide natural light and views out across the city, its floating harbour and Dundry Hills and the home’s many period features have also been maintained. This terraced house boasts a reception room, utility, cloakroom and kitchen on the lower ground floor, reception room and bedroom on the ground floor and two further bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor.
It’s located on Southernhay Avenue, down the hill from Clifton Village in one direction and the harbourside in the other – both of which can be accessed via lanes and roads, ideal for explorers. What’s more, both areas have an abundance of cafes, restaurants, shops and activities.
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