Located on the edge of Broadmead, Castle Park and St Nick's market, Southey House could not be more centrally located to take advantage of all Bristol has to offer. The BS1 location gives the development the best of both worlds: heritage and unique pockets of Bristol to meander through, modern shopping centres and restaurant chains close by, whilst also being just ¼ mile from the M32 linking to the M4 and M5 for both business and more rural countryside pursuits.
Flat 4, Southey House is a contemporary and well laid out, city centre home from which to enjoy all the vibrancy of Bristol city centre and harbourside.
The flat is located on the first floor and is accessed via a lift or staircase. The entrance leads into a open hall with timber effect laminate flooring, spot lighting and an intercom system.
The kitchen / living room, around the corner to the right, is roomy and contemporary with timber effect flooring and spot lighting throughout. The kitchen sits at the near end and is high spec with a contemporary, minimal design. The appliances are integrated and include an oven/grill, hob, microwave oven, fridge freezer and dishwasher. There are also solid worktops with integrated sink unit as well as a range of wall and base units.
There is dining for up to 8 people as well as a comfortable and bright, south-facing living space with spot lighting and two large double glazed windows with curtains looking out over Castle Park. The room provides a comfortable and relaxing space from which to work, relax, cook and entertain.
Opposite the living room is a large storage cupboard sits housing the utilities and providing useful storage.
The bedroom, at the end of the hall, is of a good size and carpeted with two large double glazed windows and curtains as well as a large dressing room.
The tiled family bathroom, opposite the front door, is of a good size with a large walk-in shower, WC, wall mounted sink, wall mounted cabinet with mirror and spot lighting.
The development has an approved EWSI certificate in place.