A 1960’s built town house situated in one of the most secluded positions within the popular Pitch and Pay Park development.It is within a few minutes’ walk of the renowned Durdham Downs. The house is generally in need of some updating throughout and offers flexible accommodation suitable for a wide variety of prospective buyers.
The house is approached via a paved pathway across part of Pitch & Pay Park’s communal garden leading to the front door. Upon entering, the accommodation comprises entrance hallway with staircase to first floor and doors to sitting room, dining room, kitchen & cloakroom.The sitting room centrally positioned in the house is a fabulous 23’ x 12’ with patio door that opens onto the rear garden and a window to front.To the front is a dining room also with a full length window to front overlooking the attractive communal gardens. There is a kitchen ideally in need of some updating with a range of fitted units, worktops, sink, tiled splash backs, plumbing for washing machine, plumbing for dishwasher, fitted hob and double oven with doors onto garden. Completing the ground floor is the cloakroom. Upstairs there are 3 good bedrooms and a bathroom in need of updating. Outside there is a rear garden mainly laid to lawn and full of established shrubs and plants. There is a useful rear gate opening onto a pedestrian pathway at the rear.
There are two garages, both situated independently of each other in a block of garages within the development.
Pitch and Pay Park is within the Sneyd Park Conservation area, representing the nationally recognised architectural concept that 'Span developments' introduced. Being a distinctive 1960’s development it has a special ethos and style of its own, carefully conserved by its residents. It is also listed in Bristol’s 100 Best Buildings and the estate has been praised by many other experts as amongst the very best of Bristol’s post-war housing developments. As befitting a conservation area, the grounds are expertly maintained by the gardeners, with fine examples of trees including spectacular mature oak trees from the original Pitch and Pay House and a variety of pines, maples, birch and cedars to name but a few, with open greens, front lawns, hedges and shrubs. The Pitch and Pay Residents Society represents the residents and ensures that the appearance and integrity of the estate is maintained.
Pitch and Pay Residents Society: there is a quarterly charge of £140