Period Victorian Town house.

Period Victorian Town house.




Jan 2018

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our Victorian town house was built in the 18thC and is full of period features. Our home is very spacious and stylish with an eclectic mix of contemporary and mid century classic pieces of furniture. A large living room with period fire place, an open kitchen diner with large range and well equipped kitchen. There is a restroom close to the living areas. The five bedrooms are on the 1st and 2nd floors, the master bedroom has a luxury on suite bathroom with a super kingsize bed. 2 further bedrooms have king size beds, 1 double bedroom and 1 single bedroom. A large family bathroom is located on the 2nd floor. Our home is 200yards from Redland Green, a wonderful tree filled park and a tennis club. Redland, Bristol is a very smart and safe neighborhood, close to White Ladies Road shops and Clifton Village which is a wonderful characterful place to shop and eat out. We are within walking distance of the Downs, a huge green public open space and Clifton suspension bridge Bristols biggest historic landmark.


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Where is it?


Redland Bristol is a quiet residential area in Bristol. Clifton Bristol is just adjacent to Redland, the oldest part of Bristol with many restaurants, cafes, shops and galleries. You can walk in 5 minutes to White Ladies Road, shops and cafes. Bristol Old Vic is great for theatre productions, Colston Hall, a music venue has many international bands on its concert list. Bristol Harbour side has been redeveloped, there are cultural venues, museums, SS Great Britain, and more plus being a hub of more great cafes and restaurants. Bristol is a good city close to all the attractions in the South West of England and London which is only 2 hours away by train.

Buzzy restaurants
Bosco Pizzaria, River-station, Well-bourne, The River Cafe.
Cool bars
Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Colston Hall music venue, Movie theatre the Everyman, The Watershed.
Cozy cafés
Bake-smiths, trade-wind, Lido.
Retail therapy
White Ladies Road, Clifton Village, Park Street, Cabot Circus, The Mall.
Bit of culture
Clifton Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain, Bristol Harbourside, Clifton Village, The City of Bath is very close - a world heritage city.
Walks in the park
The Clifton Downs, Ashton Court, Blaze Castle.
Spot of exercise
David Lloyd Tennis Clubs, Redland Green Tennis Club.
Day tripping
Bath, Cardiff, Wales, London.

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