A fantastic three bed maisonette occupying the top two floors of this beautiful Grade II Listed building in Broad Street, one of the four original streets of the city. Number 51, originally built as an office in the Gothic Revival style in the 1860's has been much upgraded over the last couple of years, and the communal hall way has been recently decorated with brand new carpets to all four floors. A wall of windows on the top floor floods the kitchen and living area with light, and allows for the stunning roof top views to the west of the city. City living at its very best and viewing is highly recommended.
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Local Authority: Bristol City Council Tel. 0117 922 2000
Services: Mains Gas, Water, Drainage and Electric
Broad Street is in the heart of the 'old' city, and boasts stunning architecture of differing styles. Home to 'The Old Bank of England', which is shortly to become a new restaurant with apartments above, together with The Old Court House which is also becoming residential. There are various hostelries, solicitors, and law chambers and the Old Printworks, with its beautiful art deco tiled facade newly opened as a boutique hotel. Broad Street is a couple of minutes walk of St. Nicholas market, with its vibrant mix of independent stalls, tiny shops and food outlets, with Cabot Circus, the Bristol Hippodrome and Harbourside, all within an easy walk together with the transport links of Bristol Temple Meads and the city bus station. A truly excellent apartment in a beautiful city centre location.
Via a communal front door with intercom entry. A newly decorated communal staircase with brand new carpets leads to all three apartments. The top floor velux windows flood the stairwell with natural light.
The maisonette is accessed on the fourth floor of the building with an internal door leading into a square hallway. Double doors lead from here into the kitchen/living room, with a access to the third bedroom and internal staircase. Additional velux windows within the apartment allow for a wealth of natural light.
Situated on the top floor of the building this large room accommodates the stunning roof top views from the wall of windows that run whole length of the sitting/living room and kitchen. Newly fitted kitchen with double stainless steel sink, built in oven, electric hob and a wealth of base and wall cupboards.
Accessed via the top floor of the apartment and adjacent to the living room and kitchen. A good sized room with sash windows to the rear of the building.
A light filled staircase which leads down to the third floor with two further double bedrooms, bathroom and separate w.c.
Situated beneath the living room to the front of the building this large and spacious master bedroom has the benefit of two sash windows and lovely views of the local architecture.
Another good sized room with sash windows to the front.
Situated to the rear of the building with walk in shower, wash hand basin and w.c.
A second w.c. with wash hand basin.
Lease; 999 years from 2002
Share of Freehold once the remaining apartments in the building have been sold
Management Company Fee tbc
Ground Rent tbc
Council Tax Band C