231, Electricity House, Colston Avenue, ,
SOLD SUBJECT TO CONTRACT, £330,000
A fantastic opportunity to acquire a luxurious apartment in one of Bristol’s most iconic Art Deco building.
Originally built by Giles Gilbert Scott, Electricity House was started in the 1930s for the South-West Electricity Board but was requisitioned for aircraft construction.
The Grade II listed Building with its striking Art Deco exteriors and rich heritage has been turned into a collection of luxurious living spaces which boast luxurious contemporary features in a historic setting in a city centre location.
Location - City Centre
The Centre is the heart of the City with constant action on offer from the Hippodrome and Colston Hall, Bristol Shopping Quarter at Cabot’s Circus to the characterful Christmas Steps, Corn Street and St Nicholas Market. Nearby Millennium Square acts as a gateway to the neighbouring harborside with its fountains and big screen as well as world class attractions such as Brunel’s SS Great Britain, We The Curious, Bristol Aquarium, Arnolfini, Spike Island, Watershed and M Shed.
Kitchen/open space living room
The kitchen has been fully fitted with Bosch appliances (hob, oven, microwave and dishwasher, integrated fridge freezer) and superb high Gloss wall and base units, Corian worktops, stainless steel splash back and inlaid under-mounted stainless-steel sink mixer tap over.
The floor and surrounds are tiled throughout and double glazed window.
9.72 x 5.28 (31'10" x 17'3")
Built in wardrobe
Ensuite shower room fitted with three piece white suite with WC, hand basin, large mains fed shower above.
4 x 2.91 (13'1" x 9'6")
Double glazed window.
3.35 x 2.29 (10'11" x 7'6")
Three piece white suite with WC, hand basin, bath with mains fed shower above, large inlaid mirror and heated towel rail.
Intercom door entry system and 2 large cupboards one housing boiler and with plumbing for washer/dryer.
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