2 bedroom terraced house for salePipe Lane, St Augustines, Bristol
Quirky and unique! An attractively and sympathetically refurbished two double bedroom late seventeenth century Grade II listed townhouse (arranged over 4 floors) with private courtyard style rear garden situated in a historic and convenient position just off Bristol City Centre.
The house dates from the late C.17th century and was in centuries past a shop with accommodation over, more recently it has been used as offices and only just been converted back to residential use via a sympathetic refurbishment to provide accommodation of considerable character in this bustling city centre location. We would encourage prospective buyers contemplating buying an apartment in the city to consider this fantastic property.
Set under a traditional tiled roof with attractive front gable and rendered elevations the front door opens into a ground floor living room with interesting nooks and crannies providing character. A door opens into the stairs to the upper floors and through to a rear passageway capable of being used as a study area with door and traditional stairs down to the lower floor. To the rear side is a newly fitted bathroom. Arranged over the two upper floors are two double bedrooms, the first floor boasting a period fireplace and the top floor main bedroom having considerable character being set into the roof space. There is also a good sized and accessible loft storage area off the first floor landing. The lower ground floor has traditional stone steps leading down to it and door to the rear garden with a modern fitted kitchen also overlooking the rear garden. The garden is courtyard style, enclosed and benefits from a south westerly aspect. A really peaceful area despite the city centre location.
The house is available for immediate occupation and available with no onward chain.
Refurbished Two Bedroom Townhouse
Grade II Listed & Bags Of Character
Courtyard Garden & City Location
No Onward Chain
Pipe Pane was named not after a smoking instrument but a water pipe that carried drinking water to the merchants houses lining the water front just around the corner on St. Augustine’s Parade. Most of the city’s major cultural and employment districts are within walking distance.
On foot from the city centre take the road immediately in front of the Colston Hall (to the right of the Hippodrome theatre). Pipe Lane runs to the left hand side of the Colston Hall.
Property ref: 121_311_4052105
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