2 bed Duplex For Sale
Asking Price £265,000
We are delighted to bring to market this historic two bedroom maisonette in Central Hall. The building was originally built in 1924 as a Methodist Meeting Hall and was one of around 100 built in major towns and cities across Britain. Most of Central Hall was converted into residential homes in 1990, with the rest of the building demolished to create a beautiful and scenic garden and car park for the residents. The Property benefits from private allocated parking, family bathroom, two double bedrooms and a modern kitchen overlooking the reception room via a unique glass balcony. Central hall is perfectly positioned being walking distance to Cabot Circus and the City Centre providing the residents an ideal base for those who work and socialise in the city, having a wealth of amenities on your doorstep. This is a property at the heart of Old Market, voted '2nd Coolest Place to Live in the UK' in October 2018 by The Sunday Times. Offered with no onward chain, Please Contact Boardwalk Property Co. for more information or to arrange a viewing contact Boardwalk Property Co on 01179898222.
Reception - 4.5 x 2.9m
Kitchen - 3.1 x .2.8m
Bedroom One - 4.5 x 4.0m
Bedroom Two – 4.5 x 2.9m
Bathroom – 2.2 x 1.6m
The new owner of Central Hall will benefit from a desired parking space located in the gated car park.
According to the seller there are 142 years remaining on the lease. The ground rent costs £150pa with a maintenance charge of £1332.08pa.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated dishwasher, electric oven and hob, and a fridge/freezer. On the landing there is a washing machine/ tumble dryer combo all included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
Our Seller Says
This has been a great first home for me. It's a special and unique flat with large sash windows and a really cool glass balcony which always wows guests.
The location is amazing with short walks to the train station, park, harbour, shops and cinema. Despite this central location, Redcross Street and the flat are quiet spaces to relax and enjoy.
The allocated parking space is extra wide offering additional accessibility for car users.
The building is managed by a company made up of some of the residents, so any issues are resolved quickly. All leaseholders have the option to buy into the freehold if they want more involvement in the running of the building which is rare with leasehold flats.
Fibre optic broadband was installed in 2018 which gets speeds up to 1gb/s, which is very fast!
Central Hall offers residents of this area the ease of access to all Bristol City Centre has to offer, with several areas of employment also nearby in the Temple Quay Area. Huge retail choice is available within a short walk to Cabot Circus and Broadmead but also with the independent shops Old Market Street and Cheltenham Road. Within a very short walk there are an array of exciting and arty restaurants, cafes and venues such as the Assembly Rooms and Bakery, The Punchbowl, which has been newly renovated, the famous Volunteer Tavern and music venues 'The Trinity Centre' and 'The Exchange'. Old Market was named '2nd Coolest Place to Live in the UK' by the Sunday Times in 2018. For train travel, Bristol Temple Meads is within a ten minute walk, as is the popular area of Bristol's Harbourside. The property is well positioned also for those who frequently drive out of the city, with the nearby M32 linking directly to the M4. For those who like to get out of the city, the flat is close to several roads which link Bristol to the outstanding countryside of the Cotswolds to the north-east of the city and the Mendips to the south.
According to the energy performance certificate, the flat is rated as a 'D' for energy efficiency, near its full potential. The only recommended improvements for this are more insulation to the hot water cylinder and lower energy light fittings.