A spacious, one bedroom apartment in a historic building. This iconic building has been sympathetically converted and still retains many character features, including a stunning stained glass window in the main entrance hall. The accommodation comprises: communal lobby, secure entry phone system, open plan sitting room/diner with vaulted ceiling, fitted kitchen, master bedroom with en-suite, family bathroom, cloakroom and 2 useful storage cupboards. The apartment also has communal gardens and communal bike store and storage available.
Communal entrance hall
Large communal space with stunning stained glass window.
Wooden flooring. Stairs to the first floor with understairs storage. Cupboard with plumbing for the washing machine.
Lounge/diner - 5.49m (18'0") x 3.38m (11'1")
Wooden flooring.Open plan to the kitchen. Vaulted ceiling and large feature arched window.
Kitchen - 2.57m (8'5") x 2.23m (7'4")
Base and eye level storage cupboards. Granite worktops with stainless steel sink and single drainer. tiled splashbacks. Built in oven and hob with extractor hood over. Wooden flooring.Integrated fridge and dishwasher.
Bathroom - 2.57m (8'5") Max x 1.71m (5'7")
Suite in white comprising: Bath with mixer taps and shower attachement. Wash hand basin, low flush WC. Tiled splashbacks and tiled floor. Double glazed window.
First floor landing
Ciupboard housing the hot water tank. Radiator. Wooden flooring. Cupboard housing the electric boiler.
Bedroom - 3.57m (11'9") x 2.59m (8'6")
Wooden flooring. Recess with fitted mirror fronted wardrobe. Overlooking the living space. Opens in to the en suite.
Shower cubicle with fitted shower unit. Wash hand basin. Low flush WC. Tiled splash backs.
At the rear they are communal gardens laid to lawn with shrubs and tress bordering.They is also access to a bike shed and communal store room.
Information provided by the vendor: Lease has 209 years remaining. Ground rent is £185. Service charge is £1512 pa
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