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  • End Terraced Town House
  • Well Presented Throughout
  • Stunning Coastal Location
  • Modern and Contemporary
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Popular Fishing Village
  • EPC Rating: C

Full Description

This modern and contemporary three bedroom town house is positioned on the edge of the extremely popular Port Marine development and has been beautifully modelled on the Cornish Village of Polperro, with its narrow streets and colourful housing. Local amenities are close to hand including Waitrose, Parish Wharf Leisure Centre, Portishead Primary School and Co Op, making this an ideal property for both first time buyers and investors alike. You are greeted with a spacious entrance hallway, with a downstairs cloakroom and a beautifully presented kitchen/dining room. This area effortlessly combines the space for cooking, dining and living. The kitchen is modern and contemporary with ample wall and base units, offering everything needed for modern day living, including a built in electric oven, ceramic hob with canopy over, integrated dishwasher, space for a fridge-freezer and plumbing for a washer/dryer. The first floor comprises of a double bedroom and the lounge. The lounge is a light and airy room and has a perfect ambience for relaxing after a hard days work. The second floor comprises the master bedroom, a further double bedroom and a modern, white bathroom suite. The house is heated via electric heating, is double glazed and is one not to be missed. Internal viewings are highly recommended.

The town of Portishead is situated on the Severn Estuary and therefore enjoys sweeping views of the estuary and Welsh coastline. There are many parks in Portishead, the most popular being the picturesque Lake Grounds with its play park, boating lake and tea rooms. There is a friendly High Street characterised by its traditional Victorian properties, which provide your everyday amenities as well as individual gift shops and boutiques. Portishead harbour has recently been developed into a bustling marina and is a pleasant place to walk with lots of community events going on. A popular place to live for commuting to Bristol. The M5 is only a couple of miles away.

Outside space
The property offers one allocated parking space. Although the property has no garden, the surrounding area offers stunning views out accross the Bristol Channel and great walks. The town centre and marina offer an exceptional variety of restaurants - choose La Marina on the lock-side for food with an Irish twist, the shabby chic Impero Lounge for morning coffee, Venga for tasty Spanish style tapas or the Royal Inn for stunning views across the estuary.

Dining Room
3.56m x 3.87m (11' 8" x 12' 8")

2.73m x 2.48m (8' 11" x 8' 2")

Living Room
5.12m x 3.20m (16' 10" x 10' 6")

Bedroom 2
2.54m x 3.16m (8' 4" x 10' 4")

Bedroom 1
3.02m x 3.23m (9' 11" x 10' 7")

Bedroom 3
2.85m x 3.14m (9' 4" x 10' 4")

3.29m x 1.99m (10' 10" x 6' 6")


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Local authority information
Council Tax Band D: Approximately £1,459 per annum.
There is an annual management charge of £400.00

Please contact us on 01275 844434 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

Energy Performance Certificate
Click here to view the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property.

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