Sion Hill sits in surely one of Bristol’s finest locations and boasts the most magnificent view of Brunel's iconic suspension bridge. Formerly part of a larger property, this grade II listed house is reputedly one of the first built, in the eighteenth century, on Sion Hill, and commands an imposing facade. The flexible accommodation is split over four floors and accommodates: On the ground floor a large entrance hall, with coat cupboard and shower room together with a bedroom to the rear of the property. There is a lovely light filled sitting room on the first floor with doors out to a wrought iron, canopied balcony, a wonderful vantage point to enjoy the amazing view. On the opposite side of the central stairwell is a large kitchen/diner. The top floor has a large front facing double bedroom, a further rear facing bedroom and a bathroom. The stairwell is flooded with light from glazed panels in the roof. The lower ground floor offers a second reception/bedroom, large pantry and utility room. The property further benefits from a single garage, accessed via Sion Lane. This charming house has been a much loved family home for fifty years and now requires modernisation throughout, although retains period features, allowing new owners the opportunity to put their own stamp on this historic property. Viewing is highly recommended.