The Old Brewery has been sympathetically renovated in a modern and elegant style, creating a mix of well-appointed apartments.
The flat is accessed via a private entrance off a safe and secure large patio courtyard, shared only with one other.
The living area is a bright and generous space with ample room for both eating and sitting with wood effect Amtico flooring throughout.
A sizable and well appointed kitchen occupies a separate area away from the main living space and offers plenty of storage in a range of white gloss handle-less wall and base units finished with a white marble effect laminated work surface as well as a range of integrated appliances including, ceramic hob, stainless steel extractor hood, stainless steel oven, dishwasher and fridge.
Both bedrooms are comfortable doubles with the master further benefiting from bespoke integrated wardrobe.
A modern and spacious shower room completes the internal accommodation and is finished with an electric shower in walk in corner cubicle, basin with vanity storage, low level WC, heated towel rail and 'Porcelanosa’ floor and wall tiles.
The property also has the added bonus of shared courtyards, bike storage and the remainder of the original 10-Year ICW (New Homes) Warranty.
With a rich history spanning four centuries, Bristol’s modern day Old Market district has a unique character built from its vibrant residents and businesses alike. You will discover an eclectic blend of vintage stores and independent shops mixed with cool cafés, bars and restaurants as well as art and music venues. On its doorstep, the bustling bars, cafés, theatres and shops of the city centre are all within easy reach and the renowned Cabot Circus shopping centre is just a short walk away.
Capital of the South West and bordering the counties of South Gloucestershire and Somerset, Bristol is perfectly positioned for access to the popular sandy beaches of Devon and Cornwall to the west, the Cotswolds to the north and London to the east.
Voted ‘best place to live’ by The Sunday Times in 2017, the city is renowned for its rich heritage and vibrant culture. Birthplace of ‘Banksy’ and home to Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol plays host to the Bristol Harbour Festival and Bristol International Balloon Fiesta annually, bringing excitement and colour to this already thriving modern city.
Leasehold. 123years remaining
Ground rent: £245 per annum
Management Fee: £135pcm
Council Tax Band: B
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