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The present owner of this wonderful apartment has gone to great lengths to create a comfortable and highly stylish home. With its elevated views across the River Avon, the property is in a popular and convenient setting for those needing access to the city and surrounding road network. Offered with a share of the freehold and a long lease this makes an ideal home or investment to let. The communal hall and stairs lead to the second floor where a winding staircase ascends to the third floor entrance. The hall has a skylight adding natural light to highlight the contrasting stripped oak floorboards which continue into the sitting room. An ornamental fireplace makes an attractive focal point of the room which has a picture rail and a hatch opening to the kitchen. Re-fitted with contemporary units under solid wooden work tops, off-set a rustic tiled floor and highly decorated wall tiles. There is a full complement of integrated appliances meeting modern day expectations including a dishwasher and washer/dryer. The master bedroom is located to the front with a luxuriously appointed and tiled en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom, at the rear is well fitted with full height bedroom furniture and is served by an equally luxurious, tiled shower room.
Grosvenor Place is a handsome Georgian terrace on the east side of Bath. To the front is a wide grass verge lined with mature trees and a slip road with privacy from the London Road. Larkhall is situated on the other side of the road and has a wonderful community atmosphere centred around the square. The popular amenities include a local theatre, schools, church and a number of shops including butchers, grocers and a delicatessen, plus a small supermarket. To the rear is access to Kensington Meadows leading to the wonderful countryside, the Kennet and Avon Canal and the River Avon. The City of Bath offers an array of cultural and leisure amenities and is a level walk of approximately one mile.
Term of Lease: 999 years from 25.03.1981.
Service Charge: £1200 per annum.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band A.
Grade I Listed
En-suite Shower and Bathroom
Modern Fitted Kitchen
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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