Oberon Avenue, Bristol - House + Co

Oberon Avenue, Bristol

Guide Price £385,000
Availability: For Sale
  • Ref: 16112210
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
5 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
3 Receptions

FEATURES

  • THREE BEDROOM FAMILY HOME
  • EXTENDED
  • POPULAR LOCATION
  • UTILITY CUPBOARD
  • GAS CENTRAL HEATING
  • SOUTH-FACING GARDEN
  • SEPARATE TWO BEDROOM BUNGALOW
  • PRIVATE ENTRANCE
  • MODERN KITCHEN
  • BUILDING REGULATIONS

SUMMARY

THREE BEDROOM FAMILY HOME + TWO BEDROOM BUNGALOW! Nestled away on a sought after location, within arm's reach of Greenbank Cemetery, Bristol & Bath cycle path along with local high streets amenities sits this spacious and extended three bedroom family home + two double bedroom bungalow; ideal for growing families and investors alike!
The main property comprises of a porch entrance leading to an inner hallway with WC/cloakroom, bay lounge, a family living area opening to dining room with utility cupboard [plumbing for WC] and a modern kitchen/breakfast room to the ground floor, along with three traditional bedrooms and family shower room to the first floor.
Further benefits include; gas central heating via combination boiler, double glazing, south facing rear garden laid mainly to lawn with a raised decking area and a detached converted garage [two bedroom bungalow] to the rear.
The two double bedroom bungalow comprises of a private entrance opening into a contemporary kitchen area, modern shower room, two double bedrooms with integrated wardrobes and a full-width light and airy lounge/diner with French doors leading to its own private garden area. The garage conversion benefits from completed building regulations [2010], 11/511/44/OTHHBN.

Full Details

GROUND FLOOR

Reception 1

Reception 2

Diner

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

WC

FIRST FLOOR

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 2

bedroom 3

Shower Room

ANNEXE

Lounge/Diner

Kitchen

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 2

Shower Room

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