Located at the bottom of a quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac, set in the desirable area of Bishopston just a short walk from Gloucester Road.
The apartment benefits from being on the ground floor with a private front door entrance, alongside outlooks over the communal gardens which is laid to lawn with various flower beds / planters.
Within the property you have 2 bedrooms with wooden flooring and fitted with built in wardrobes.
The bathroom is a generous size accustomed with a 3 piece suite , bath with overhead shower , tiled flooring.
The living space is bright and open with welcoming views of the gardens. The kitchen is adjacent equipped with a built in ‘Hotpoint’ oven and electric hob, tiled splashbacks, space for washing machine and potential to install a dishwasher.
The property is located on one of Bishopston's most sought after locations close to the independent shops, cafés and restaurants lining the popular Gloucester Road yet within 0.7 miles of Redland Green Secondary School and in close proximity to both Bishop Road and St Bonaventure Primary Schools.
Management Company - Colston Court Management Ltd
Management Fee - £40 PCM
Leasehold - 998 Years remaining
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