A charming four storey grade 2 listed Georgian townhouse situated just south of 'The Cut' within easy walking distance to Wapping Wharf/Cargo with it exceptional food outlets, Bristol's historic waterside and the various shops, supermarkets, and amenities of neighbouring Bedminster high street. York Road was originally built as a terrace by the Paty family who built most of Clifton.
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Flexible accommodation, but currently laid out with three double bedrooms, two ground floor reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, separate w.c., a wealth of storage, and a truly lovely tranquil garden, this delightful period property has much to offer.
The property is perfectly located for easy access to the city and Bristol Temple Meads train station. Various water craft operate in the floating harbour and can take you from the Underfall Yard all the way to the train station and Cabot Circus in addition to the 'Cross Harbour Ferry'.
See Floorplan for room measurements
Accessed via a couple of stone steps to the front door.
A separate entrance hall leads from the front door through to the staircase leading to upper and lower ground floors.
A delightful ground floor double reception room running from the front to the rear of the building with period sash windows, feature fireplaces and wood flooring throughout. Currently arranged with a sitting room to the rear, enjoying the sunny south facing aspect with lovely views of the garden, and facing York Road to the front. A pair of doors lead to the inner hall which in turn gives access to the upper & lower floors.
A beautiful period staircase leads to the first and second floor landings. Feature sash window.
Large master bedroom to the front of the property which spans the width of the property, with sash windows and feature secondary glazing. Handsome bespoke bookcase shelves, recessed cupboards and wood flooring.
An extremely large, light and airy bathroom to the rear of the property which is bathed in south facing light. Delightful garden and far reaching views. Large sash windows, built in storage cupboards, and painted wood flooring. Full length bath, wash hand basin unit with storage beneath and low level w.c.
Top floor landing gives access to two further double bedrooms.
Another very large bedroom facing 'The Cut' scanning the full width as before. Sash window, feature secondary glazing, recessed storage cupboards and painted wood flooring.
A further double bedroom to the rear with a far reaching view. Sash windows and wood flooring.
Stairs from the ground floor lead down to a south facing kitchen, utility room and large w.c.,
A full width kitchen with a southerly aspect, double French doors and an additional sash window. Fully fitted bespoke kitchen with wall and base units, wood work tops and quarry tiled floors. Plenty of room for a dining table and chairs.
Accessed from the kitchen is this large room with washing machine, additional fridge and a wealth of bespoke storage cupboards. Quarry tiled terracotta tiles as before.
Accessed via the utility room is another large room currently arranged with a w.c., wash hand basin, and further bespoke storage cupboards.
A paved terrace and stone steps lead to a quiet oasis of a garden, structurally planted with a mix of evergreen trees, flower beds and feature pond. A series of exterior 'rooms' lead you from seating areas towards the rear where beyond the water feature is a delightful palm tree & storage shed.
A small paved terrace to the front of the property enclosed with traditioal wrought iron fencing and a gate.