For sale in Bristol: The 1940s Bristol house on the market with a very unusual feature in the garden

The online live stream auction for the property will be held on May 22.

A 3-bedroom 1940s house with an unusual garden feature has been put up for sale.

The property is located on the Westbury-on-Trym/Henleaze boarders, backs to the playing field of the popular Horfield C of E Primary School and is within walking distance of Southmead Hospital.

The semi-detached house is well maintained but would benefit from some updating and offers potential to extend into the roof subject to the necessary consents. 

The driveway to the side of the house, which provides parking for several cars, leads to a good sized garage/workshop and an unusual air raid shelter at the far end of the back garden which slopes up to a fence. There is also a raised garden area at the front of the property leading to the front door.

The house is compromised of two receptions and a kitchen on the ground floor, and 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate WC on the first floor.

The property will be sold via an online live stream auction on May 22. To take part, bidders must register by May 21 via the City and Rural Property Auctions Website.

Bidders will need to complete and online bidding form, upload their ID and Proof of Address, Pay the security deposit of £6,500 (this places a hold on your debit card and no money will leave your account unless you are the successful purchaser) and receive a confirmation email.

The Guide Price for the property is of £375,000.

Scroll through to see some photos of the property.

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