An attractive Bath stone fronted period building positioned between Clifton and Redland, just off the vibrant Whiteladies Road with its myriad of bars, restaurants and independent shops. Accessed via a wide and leafy path from Burlington Road and up a short flight of steps, Hall Floor flat 25 Burlington Road offers calm and tranquil living in the heart of leafy Redland and a short walk from Whiteladies Road. The carpeted entrance hallway is equipped with intercom and leads into a spacious south facing living room with high ceilings, picture rails and two large sash windows with blinds which allow an abundance of light into the property. The is also a chandelier pendant light, a large integrated shelving unit, as well as an open fireplace with wooden mantelpiece. The kitchen adjoins the living room through a rectangular wall opening and is of a good size with a free standing cooker / hob, fridge freezer, Bosch washing machine, Samsung microwave oven and ample cupboard and drawer space. The large, carpeted bedroom is located off the hall to the back of the property and offers high ceilings, pendant lighting, ornate rose and cornicing, picture rails and three large floor-to-ceiling sash windows with curtains and blinds. The scale of the sash windows again allows an abundance of light into the room. The bathroom is located off the hall to the right of the front door and is equipped with floor to ceiling tiling, bath with shower over, WC, sink unit, spot lighting and a corner cupboard housing the boiler. There is significant storage located under the stairs going up to the first floor.
Burlington Road is ideally placed within level walking distance of the fashionable Whiteladies Road which includes supermarkets, bars and bistros. Chandos Road offers a more eclectic mix of eating establishments and there are also organic shops in nearby Lower Redland Road. The location is well served by the many schools, both state and independent, primary and secondary, and there are plenty of leisure facilities available with health clubs and Durdham Downs, which has 400 acres of open recreational space. The A4018 is the main arterial road to Bristol’s commercial centre, as well as the motorway networks: M4 and M5. There are rail services from Clifton Down serving Bristol Temple Meads, which is approximately one mile distant and has an extensive schedule to cities nationwide.