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2 bed Flat SOLD STC

St Thomas Street, Bristol City Centre

Asking Price £270,000


With no onward chain and situated on the doorstep of Bristol City Centre's newest development, Redcliffe Quarter, is this large two double bedroom apartment. On the top floor, this flat offers expansive and exciting views over the rooftops of the city centre towards the Wills Memorial Building. Unlike many in the city centre, the apartment has its own allocated parking space in a secure, gated courtyard. The space the flat has to offer is generous; around 730 square foot, including a large, open plan kitchen/living area, evenly sized double bedrooms, a well-appointed bathroom and two large storage cupboards off the hallway. This well-presented property would make an ideal home for owner occupiers, working and socialising in the city centre or requiring access to Bristol Temple Meads. The property also presents a fantastic opportunity to buy-to-let investors, with an estimated rental value of £1150pcm, long lease length (c.980 years) and good potential for capital growth due to the development in the area. There is also the option for a secure long-term let via Premier Apartments. Viewing is highly recommended to see the space and position the flat offers.

Room Measurements
Kitchen/Living Area – 7.0 x 3.5m
Master Bedroom – 4.5 x 3.0m
Bedroom Two – 4.5 x 3.0m
Bathroom – 2.7 x 1.8m

Local Area
St Thomas Street is right at the heart of Bristol City Centre and soon to be home to Redcliffe Quarter, an exciting new 600,000 sqft development which will include restaurants, a food court, cafes, bars and a hotel. Currently, residents benefit from ease of access to the popular bars and restaurants of King Street and Welsh Back, the range of food and craft stalls of St Nicholas Market and the larger shops of Broadmead and Cabot Circus. For Bristol-based workers, the commute is likely to be short and walkable, whilst for those needing frequent access out of the city, Bristol Temple Meads is just a short walk in the other direction. Whilst being very central, the flat's situation means it is shielded from traffic noise as it looks out onto the gated courtyard. The nearby Queen Square and Castle Park offer quiet pockets to sit and relax along with several scenic areas and walks around Bristol's popular harbourside. Larger green areas such as Ashton Court and Victoria Park are also easily within reach to residents, as well as other areas of popular shops and restaurants such as North Street and Cheltenham Road.
What is Included?
Integrated dishwasher, oven, hob, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer are all included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.

Estimated Rental Value

The Onward Chain
No onward chain.

The flat is situated on the top (fifth) floor and is accessed via a lift or stairs.

The flat comes with one allocated parking space.

The Figures
According to our seller, the flat has 982 years remaining on the lease. The management charge is £1611 per year, with a ground rent of £100 for the year.

Our Seller Says…
'This flat was a great place to live, and if I hadn't needed to relocate to London I would definitely still be there. Being in the city centre is so convenient for bars, restaurants, and transport links, and with the Redcliffe Quarter development well underway the area is about to really take off. If, like me, you don't need a car, then the parking space is really easy to rent out separately for a bit of extra income – they're like gold dust in the city centre!'

Energy Efficiency
According to the energy performance certificate, the apartment is rated as a 'C' for energy efficiency and environmental impact. The running costs estimated on the EPC for hot water, heating and lighting are around £470 for the year.

For further details on this property please call us on:
0117 9898 222

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