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Inside the three bedroom Bristol home which is an ‘ideal’ fixer upper


A property in Bristol described as an ‘ideal’ fixer upper is set to go under the hammer for just £185,000.

A three bedroom home on Fishponds Road, Eastville, in need of ‘complete renovation’ is the perfect project for first time buyers with a vision.

The home’s interior looks dated but its reception rooms, bedrooms and open plan kitchen could soon be transformed into something spectacular.

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Estate agent Maggs & Allen said: “An attractive 3-bedroom terraced house in need of complete renovation, situated in a convenient location opposite Eastville Park.

“The property benefits from a good-sized garden to the rear, retains a number of period features and would make an ideal project for builders, developers and private buyers alike.”

At the front of the house, cracked paint and dated curtains give a shabby appearance, especially compared to the neighbouring properties.

The home offers plenty of potential though, if you look past the patterned carpets and wallpaper.

Each of its two reception rooms and three bedrooms are a good size, although whoever takes on the project will likely need to strip the interior and get to work on redecorating.

Its new owners may want to maintain the home’s period features, however, including the numerous small fireplaces in the sitting room and bedrooms.

The ground floor comprises two reception rooms, an open plan kitchen, utility room and bathroom. On the first floor are the three bedrooms.

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Outside the house is approached via a paved courtyard and to the rear is a large garden.

Maggs & Allen says the property offers “excellent scope to create a superb family home.”

The property is due to feature in the agents’ online auction on September 23, at 6pm. See here for more details.

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