A wonderful one bedroom first floor apartment situated on the north western corner of Royal Victoria Park and enjoying lovely views. The property is close to Royal Victoria Park and offers a wonderful walk through the park into the city centre as well as having the benefit of local shops and the bus route to Bath and Bristol.
The property comprises of entrance hall, lounge/diner. Bathroom with shower cubicle, llwc and wash hand basin, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes. Kitchen comes with all white goods. Off road Parking.
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