×

Warning

layout=stb.image.default, no images

Bellevue Road, St. George, Bristol, BS5

Asking price £280,000 sold
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Receptions

Offered with no onward chain is this spacious, well-presented two bedroom period property with larger than average garden and a garage situated in the sought-after St George area of Bristol.
Situated in the sought-after St. George area of Bristol, from here you are just 2.7 miles from Bristol city centre, with easy transport links to both central Bristol and Bath. Close to Lawrence Hill Railway Station, Troopers Hill nature reserve, St George Park and the bustling high street of Redfield with its shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.
A well-presented two-bedroom stone-fronted Victorian home with double-bay, large rear garden and garage. Recently improved by the current owner, it offers generous proportions and a wealth of space. Downstairs the accommodation comprises an entrance hall, two large reception rooms and an extended modern fitted kitchen that overlooks the rear garden. Upstairs are a modern bathroom and two double bedrooms, one with a bay window. Externally, there is a larger than average, fully-enclosed garden with lawn and patio area, and a garage to the rear. The property benefits from a large loft area, uPVC double glazing and gas central heating. A fantastic opportunity for an investor, first time buyer or someone looking to put their mark on a property. Offered with no onward chain.

Agent note : The current owners have had architecturally drawn plans for a dormer bedroom loft conversion with en-suite (dated March 2012).

Location

Useful calculators

The monthy payment is shown as a guide only.
The actual amount you will have to pay each month could be more or less than this figure.

Need help? We are here! Let's Chat
Want monthly market insights straight to your inbox each month? Sign up

Similar Properties

Top

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. By continuing, you agree to our cookie policy. Accept Cookies