Apartment 12, St Saviours Court, 74 Locking Road, Weston-Super-Mare, BS23 3EN
Sold @ Auction £140,000
LOT 28




GUIDE PRICE £125,000 +++
SOLD @ AUCTION £140,000

Wednesday 30th November 2016
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
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The sale will begin promptly at 19:00


Stephen Hiscocks
Associate Solicitor
T: 02920 404027
Hallinans House, 22 Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 0TD


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St Saviours is an imposing church conversion completed in 2008 resulting in just 13 high quality apartments with contemporary kitchens and bathrooms and an array of stylish ecclesiastical features plus allocated parking spaces.

Apartment 12 has a stunning open plan living space with high ceilings and magnificent vaulted walls and deep set windows providing exceptional light and airy accommodation formely the apse of the orginal church. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms set over two floors.
Gas central heating via Baxi combi boiler.

Leasehold - 250 years from 1st Jan 2015 with ground rent of £250 pa
The freehold of the property will be gifted to the St Saviours Court management Company Limited upon completion.
There are currently no management fees in place as the original developer still maintains the building but a suitable figure will be agreed upon once the Freehold has been gifted to the management company.

Please note that no furniture / chattels are included unless specifically refereed to in the legal pack.


Completion has been set for 6th January 2017, or earlier by mutual agreement


Locking Road is located within the heart of the popular tourist destination of Weston Super Mare. The Grand Pier is within walking distance and boasts an array of leisure and entertainment attractions.
Other local amenities and services including independent retailers, pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants are also within close proximity.
The M5 motorway network is easily accessible via the St. Georges (junction 21) and provides direct routes to Bristol (24 miles), Taunton (29 miles) and Clevedon (12 miles).
Hinkley Point, the landmark nuclear power station on the Bristol Channel Coast in Bridgwater is approximately twenty eight miles away.
Weston Super Mare Railway station is conveniently located and is less than a ten minute walk away.



Currently let for £600 pcm on a rolling AST agreement.

Exceptional value with potential to increase the rental income to £900 pcm / £10,800 pa


- Open plan kitchen / lounge
- Bedroom 1
- En suite bathroom
- Bedroom 2 via spiral staircase
- Bathroom


Regeneration in Weston-super-Mare’s town centre continues to flourish, with the Dolphin Square site rapidly taking shape. Hundreds of jobs are set to be created in time for its Summer 2017 opening, offering a real boost to the local economy. Widespread improvements to Weston-super-Mare also include a new-look food court for the Sovereign Shopping Centre, with owners Vixcroft Ltd hinting at further improvement to the complex in the near future. Weston College’s £2.8 million refurb of the Arosfa Hotel has quickly progressed, complete with Starbucks outlet, and the Winter Gardens law and professional services development is well underway too.
Weston town councillor Mark Canniford said: “I think this is the beginning of the new Weston. If you jump forward 25 years Weston will be a better place”.
Looking at the broader town centre regeneration programme, North Somerset Council have successfully applied for a £460,000 grant from the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership. This will be able to improve on facilities, services and support to enable entrepreneurs in the digital and creative sectors. And with the increase in housing demand from Hinkley Point every corner of Somerset’s economy is poised for a real change, with local leaders wanting to use Hinkley to transform the skills of their young people as well as leaving a lasting legacy.
With regards to transport and infrastructure improvements, a three quarters of a million pound project was recently unveiled by the Government after a 10 year campaign to cut tailbacks and delays for local residents and businesses.
Local MP John Penrose has welcomed the announcement of a £750,000 boost from the Government to improve Junction 21 of the M5 motorway, saying: “It has taken 10 years to get it done and finally Westonians have won. After this, Junction 21 will be at full capacity and we will need to whole new junction – Junction 21a – to cope with the next phase of growth.”
The announcement came from Transport Secretary Chris Grayling as part of a package of Highways England road improvement schemes worth up to £20 million, which also promises to create thousands of jobs and homes in the South West. The Government claims the planned improvements to the M4 and A30, as well as the M5, will unlock the development of more than 3,300 homes and create more than 6,000 jobs for people living across Swindon, Exeter and Weston-super-Mare.


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