Flat 2, 29, Berkeley Square, Clifton, BS8 1HP
SOLD SUBJECT TO CONTRACT, £250,000


Key Features

  • Georgian Conversion
  • Large double bedroom
  • Period features
  • 780 Sq Ft
  • Communal Gardens
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Residents Parking
  • No Onward Chain

Description

The Grade II listed Berkeley Square building exudes classical Georgian charm with handsome late 18th Century features.
Positioned on the hall floor level of this attractive Georgian property sits the related apartment which offers spacious accommodation and a wealth of period features such as original cornice coving, ceiling rose and sash windows throughout. The property briefly comprises living room with period sash windows and fireplace, large kitchen, spacious bedroom and three piece bathroom suite.

Location

Berkeley Square was established in 1787 by Thomas Paty. Today a myriad of boutiques, bars and restaurants can all be found on the adjacent Clifton Triangle and Park Street, shortlisted for the Great British High Street of the Year Award 2014. Other nearby landmarks include: Bristol University, Bristol Cathedral, The Hippodrome, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, St Georges Hall, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery and The Central Library. Brandon Hill Park is also just a short distance away, ideal for enjoying acres of open parkland.

Living room

Two double sash windows with wooden shutters, Feature fire place and radiator.
5.69 x 4.32 (18'8" x 14'2")

Hallway

Large storage cupboard and radiator.

Kitchen

Large sash window, storage units, free standing gas cooker, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer, dryer, Worcester combi boiler and radiator.
4.10 x 2.38 (13'5" x 7'9")

Bathroom

Radiator, bath with shower above, hand basin, WC and built in storage.

Bedroom

Double bedroom, internal double glazing, two double sash windows and radiator.
4.34 x 4.10 (14'2" x 13'5")

Tenure/Management information

Ground rent: £25/year
Management fees: £1635.30/year ( Includes water & sewage rates )


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