This stunning duplex apartment has been finished to an incredibly high specification and offers an exclusive sweeping perspective across Bristol from its large balcony.
Originally built by Giles Gilbert Scott, who also designed Battersea power station, Liverpool cathedral and the iconic Red Telephone box, Electricity House was started in the 1930s for the South-West Electricity Board but was then requisitioned for aircraft construction.
The Grade II listed Building, with its striking Art Deco exteriors and rich heritage, has since been converted into a collection of stylish apartments which boast luxurious contemporary features in a historic, city centre setting.
The first floor of the penthouse comprises a large entrance hallway, a large fully tiled bathroom with mains fed shower over bath, WC and basin, along with a spacious master bedroom, built-in wardrobe and modern air conditioning.
There is a further double bedroom.
Both bedrooms boast access to the large terrace with stunning views.
A bespoke oak and glass staircase leads to the open plan second level, which provides ample space for the kitchen, living and dining areas.
The room is dominated by floor to ceiling glass sliding doors which provides far reaching city views over the mix of historic and modern rooftops below as well as providing lots of natural light to the space inside.
The kitchen, complete with island and breakfast bar, boasts a range of gloss wall and base units which have been finished with a Silestone work surface and an under-mounted stainless steel sink.
In addition, there is also an array of BOSCH and AEG integrated appliances, including: electric hob with extractor over, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
The flat benefits from underfloor heating and air-conditioning throughout, as well as a large utility cupboard off the hallway with plumbing for a washing machine.
Importantly, there is also the added bonus of an allocated, secure parking space.
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 harbourside with its fountains and big screen as well as world class attractions such as Brunel’s SS Great Britain, We The Curious, Bristol Aquarium, the Arnolfini, Spike Island, the Watershed and the M Shed.
Leasehold: 117 years remaining
Ground Rent: £250 per annum
Management Fee: £396pcm
Council Tax Band: E
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