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2 bedroom flat for sale

Pooles Wharf Court, Hotwells
2 bed
1 bath
EPC rating: C*
602 sq ft / 56 sq m

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Broadband: Ultra-fast 1000Mbps *
Mobile signal: 
EE O2 Three Vodafone
Water: Ask agent
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Property description & features

  • Allocated parking
"This has been a great first home for us, from walking to the pubs along the harbourside to heading up Abbots Leigh Woods and Ashton Court we have been spoilt with things to do right on our doorstep"

Pooles Wharf Court is a gated private development tucked away in Hotwells just moments from the Harbour. Hotwells is a historic part of Bristol whose name derives from the hot springs which bubble up through the rocks of the Avon Gorge underneath the Clifton Suspension Bridge and features many beautiful Georgian-listed buildings, and Victorian terraces. A short walk up the hill is Clifton Village, with its highly-regarded restaurants, and independent shops. New restaurants and cafe's such as Kibou and Foliage Cafe strike a pleasant contrast to the well-established and ever-popular Coronation Tap, Portcullis Pub, and beautiful views of the Avon Gorge Hotel. Hotwells is also conveniently located close to Bristol city centre and the rapidly expanding Bristol Harbourside which has attracted a number of large employers and makes for a beautiful evening stroll. For wider green spaces Ashton Court is also just a short walk through Clifton, and over the Bridge, and offers amazing views over Bristol. For those looking for a day out South of the river, North Street in Bedminster is a 20-minute walk across the impressive Greville Smyth Park. Bedminster is a popular suburb of Bristol and is well known for its many independent bars and restaurants.

Located on the ground floor this well presented two bedroom apartment would appeal to a range of buyers from investors and first time buyers, to downsizers looking to maintain a great central location. The property is comprised of a spacious reception room which opens out into a fitted kitchen with plenty of countertop space. There is a well maintained bathroom, a generous double bedroom with built in storage and also a second double room which would be ideal for guests or as a home office. This property comes with its own allocated parking space as well as access to guest parking spaces for when friends come to visit.

Council tax band C

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    Broadband availability and predicted speed: obtained from Ofcom on January 14, 2022

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    Mobile phone signal availability and predicted strength: obtained from Ofcom on January 14, 2022

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    Enhanced: Full bars, likely to have good coverage indoors and to receive an enhanced data rate to support multimedia services

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