It’s the iconic image of Bristol and symbolises the city’s heritage as well as its place as a highly sought-after destination for residents and visitors alike.
So to be able to great a cracking view of Clifton Suspension Bridge from your very own balcony is a very special thing indeed.
But it’s what one lucky owner could get their hands on soon though as a home with one of the best views of the stunning landmark has gone on the market.
Situated on Sion Hill in Clifton, Hydes Estate Agents is selling a four-bed terraced house with a cracking view of the bridge off of Clifton Down.
Early morning sunrises and long summer evenings will make it a prime spot for some magnificent pictures.
But this stunning setting comes with a cost. In fact, it will cost you £1,550,000.
But of course it is not just the view you get although that is likely a large part of the price tag.
The Grade II listed house boasts 2,500 sq ft of space over five floors as well as off-street parking.
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Called Trafalgar House, it was originally part of the old St Vincent’s Rocks Hotel.
A spokesman for the estate agents says in the advertisement: “A most impressive and beautifully-presented 4 bedroom townhouse situated in arguably one of Bristol’s finest settings, overlooking the stunning Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge.
“The property is situated in undoubtedly one of Clifton’s prime residential roads on the outskirts of the village close to a wide range of high street shops, boutiques and restaurants.”
For more details see the ad here.