1 bed Flat SOLD STC
Asking Price £250,000
Stylish, contemporary and boasting several examples of innovative bespoke fittings is this fantastic architect-designed apartment on Arley Hill. Sympathetically yet thoroughly renovated and improved, the property includes a purpose made kitchen and a striking bathroom which has the feel of a high-end boutique hotel. The property has a homely feel, enhanced by 2.8m high-ceilings, large windows and several period features such as ornate cornicing within the living area. The communal areas have also been recently refurbished to a high standard and match the look and feel of the home.
Allocated off road car parking space and a communal utility area within the building makes this very a very practical home. Situated within a short walk to Bristol City Centre and Montpelier train station makes this home ideal for commuters or city centre professionals. On your doorstep are several great independent shops and highly-regarded restaurants and café's of Montpelier and Cotham, including Zitto and Bevi, The Social and Flour & Ash. Viewing this property to admire the quality of the finish and the unique style is highly recommended.
Kitchen Living Dining- 5.0m x 4.2m (to maximum points)
Bathroom - 1.5m x 3.0m
Hall - 1.6m x 1m
Bedroom - 3.2m x 3.1m
Communal Utility - 2.1m x 1.6m
To the front of the property there is a communal garden shared by the occupants of the building with discrete under cover storage for bins and bicycles. The sunny lawn space is ideal for summer barbecues! To the rear of the building there is an off road area for parking, including one allocated car space for this property.
Arley Hill is situated on the borders of Cotham and Montpelier in the heart of the combined conversation area, two popular areas of Bristol. Residents of Arley Hill are within close reach of shops and café's of Cheltenham and Gloucester Road, such as Flour & Ash, The Social and The Crafty Egg as well as the smaller high streets such as Picton Street and Chandos Road, which offer their own selection of popular independent bars and eateries. For commuters, Arley Hill is extremely well placed for a short walk or cycle in Bristol City Centre. Buses run frequently up and down the A38 and train transport is available across the city via nearby Montpelier and Redland train stations. For those looking for access to green space, the flat is just a short walk from Cotham Gardens and St Andrews Park.
The kitchen has been custom-made for the space and is therefore included within the purchase price. Our seller has also said white goods such as the inbuilt fridge freezer and combined washing / tumble dryer machine are also included. In the bedroom there is a bespoke built-in triple wardrobe which will be included within the sale, making this an ideal first time buy.
The freehold of the building is managed directly by the owners each of the four apartments and there is approximately 980 years remaining on the lease. The management fee is currently £50 per month per apartment to cover buildings insurance, communal electricity and general maintenance. Any new owner would become 1 of the 4 directors of the management company therefore gaining a share of the freehold.
Our Seller Says
'I love my home and feel very proud and lucky to have lived here for two years. There's nothing better than at the weekend popping to the local bakery, grabbing a coffee and some fresh bread for breakfast. In the summer St Andrews Park is a 10 minute walk away and I've spent many a sunny evening reading a book here. The great thing about city centre living is that the city, it's shops and restaurants becomes an extension of your home and there's a real community feel here. A change in personal circumstances means I have to move and I will miss this apartment enormously with all my heart.'
The property is rated as a 'C' as per the energy efficiency certificate with estimated running costs around £410 per year for lighting, heating and hot water.