63, Exeter Road, Southville, BS3 1LY
Sold @ Auction £333,000
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
SOLD @ AUCTION - £333,000
GUIDE PRICE - £225,000
LOT NUMBER 41
Wednesday 30th September
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
Legal packs will be available for inspection from 18:00.
The sale will begin promptly at 19:00
A well proportioned three bedroom mid terraced period family home arranged over two floors with enclosed rear garden.
Sold with vacant possession.
Exeter Road lies within the popular suburb of Southville. North Street is within walking distance and offers a wide variety of amenities including bars, pubs, cafes and independent retailers. Bristol City Centre and the Harbourside district is within a mile whilst there are also regular public transport links running from Bedminster to the Cabot Circus shopping complex which is approximately two miles away.
the property would now benefit form modernization to make a fine family home in this sought after location.
Scope for conversion to flats subject to gaining the necessary consents.
Potential to extend into the attic and to rear subject to PP
Please contact Calum Melhuish, Residential Sales Manager, to discuss the value of this property once renovated – email@example.com
Calum Says; “ Any property within walking distance of North Street is hugely popular and I would suggest a resale value once renovated of £375k - £400k + … they usually sell within days of coming on the market!”
The local lettings experts say:
The Bristol Residential Letting Co. is confident this property would make a good rental investment. Don McKeever of The Bristol Residential Letting Co suggests a rent in the region of £1300 - £1400pcm will be achievable if finished to an appropriate standard. If you would like to discuss more detail on the potential for rental, you can call Don (0117 370 8818) for a no obligation discussion. He will be very happy to advise on maximising the return on this property.
Reception room 1
Rear garden with storage cupboard
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CHARITY OF THE YEAR
Hollis Morgan are supporting Dance Voice as their 2015 Charity of the year. We are delighted to announce that 10% of every buyers premium will be donated to this excellent local charity - Dance Voice is dependent on voluntary donations to run its dance movement psychotherapy sessions which enable so many vulnerable people express themselves and improve and integrate their physical, emotional and social health and wellbeing. For further details on their outstanding work in the community please visit www.dancevoice.org.uk In 2014 Hollis Morgan successfully raised £2,500 for Bristol Children's Help Society www.tbchs.org.uk