- 2 Minute walk to St Georges Park
- Close to Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools
- Crews Hole, Troopers Hill and Netham Park all within close proximity
- Easy access to Bristol to Bath cycle path
- Fantastic open plan living space
- Lawrence Hill train station
- Secure bike store
- Various bus routes
- Within 60 yards of Church Road
- Westerly facing windows
*SUITABLE FOR CASH BUYERS*
Holbrook Moran are delighted to bring to market this fantastic ground floor, one bedroom apartment located in the heart of BS5, where the ever popular St George's Park is within only 100 Yards! With an abundance of shops and eateries located on Church Road and in the local area, this place is perfect for those with a busy social life and looking to be involved in the community. Due to its central location and great public transport, such as cycle, bus and train routes, this will appeal to those looking for a short commute to Bristol city centre.
The property is accessed via the communal entrance on Blackswarth Road. Located on the ground floor, the apartment is greeted by its private entrance hall, to the right there is a storage cupboard, then is the spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living room. Next is the double bedroom, followed by the three piece bathroom suite. Outside of the property, there is secure bin and bike storage.
Conveniently located with various commuter routes into Bristol city centre and just off of the vibrant Church Road which features an array of restaurants, cafes and shops. Also within circa one mile of the property is local wildlife haven (Nature Reserve) Troopers Hill and the property is nestled between both of St. George and Netham Park.
KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING ROOM (18'6 x 10'7)
BEDROOM (11'4 x 9'3)
SECURE BIKE STORAGE
199 years from 2016
£250 per annum
Circa £120 per month
*Disclaimer EWS1 information*
Please find a summary of the developments position currently:
September 2020 - EWS1 survey carried out
November 2020 - B2 Rating awarded
At the time the survey was undertaken, all buildings were subject to this survey. Since then, the government has revised its decision and now buildings under 11 metres, which Clayewater Court is, are no longer subject to the survey, due to the low risk of fire safety.
It is our understanding that that once the rating expires (5 year expiry) runs out in November 2025, the building will then be exempt.
Regulation can change and we recommend you seek independent advice. If you have further questions, please do contact the Holbrook Moran Redfield team.