Front door to:
Private Entrance Hall
With dado boarding. Radiator. Airing cupboard with plumbing for washine machine.
With low level WC and corner wash hand basin. Wall mounted Vaillant gas fired central heating boiler.
A very useful storage area with former wine storage recesses and with cobbled floor.
With dado panelling. Radiator. Telephone point.
19' 1'' x 18' 3'' (5.81m x 5.56m)
A beautifully proportioned and elegant room having two pairs of glazed doors leading out to the garden and flooding the room with lots of natural light and retaining the original working shutters. Fabulous marble surround and mantel with original corner display niche beside. Mouldings to the ceiling. Two radiators.
18' 3'' x 9' 2'' reducing to 6' 0'' (1.83m) 5.56m x 2.79m) 'L' shaped
This is a good sized kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of modern cream coloured units which incorporate a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit with window above overlooking the rear garden and with cupboard and drawers beneath. Further base cupboards, drawers and eye level cupboards. Integrated brushed steel Samsung gas hob with oven below and extractor above. Dado panelling and attractive oak flooring. Radiator.
14' 9'' x 9' 11'' (4.49m x 3.02m)
Plus depth of the excellent built-in double wardrobes which have useful drawers beneath. Pretty window enjoying a far reaching view across the city. Radiator.
9' 11'' x 10' 9'' (3.02m x 3.27m)
Again enjoying a similar far reaching view towards the city. Radiator.
Fitted with a modern white suite with mains shower above along with glazed shower screen. Vanity style wash basin with cupboards and drawer beneath. Low level WC. Radiator.
The Villas stand in an attractive mature garden and this apartment benefits from an allocated car parking space.
The property is being sold with the benefit of a brand new long lease, the details of which are to be confirmed.
The vendors intend to retain part of the garden beyond the recently planted rose hedge, with the intention of seeking planning permission to build a single storey dwelling. This dwelling would have a flat sedum/wild flower roof and would be hidden behind a brick wall clad with climbers and shrubs. This plan has been carefully designed by an accredited conservation architect. Their first attempt at planning permission has been refused by the local authority.