A second floor studio apartment situated on the quiet side of a modern purpose built block located a stones through from both Clifton Village, Clifton Suspension Bridge as well as the ever popular Bristol Harbourside.
The property comprises a good sized living space, well equipped separate kitchen area, shower room and a good sized private balcony space.
Location - Hotwells
Hotwells with its charming mix of architecture from George Tully’s Dowry Square dating from 1720 to the maritime influence of the nearby Harbourside district, Hotwells is amongst the most sought after locations in the City. Excellent amenities with independent shops, boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants can be found in nearby Clifton Village, Whiteladies Road and the Triangle. Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge provides a gateway to the Ashton Court Estate with its woodlands, mountain bike trails and walks whilst there is excellent access to the exciting Harbourside district, The City Centre and Temple Meads.
Leasehold: 139 years remaining (April 1st 1984 - 31st march 2161)
Management Fee: £850 pa
Management Company: Hillcrest Management Company
Ground Rent: None
Council Tax Band: A
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