1 bed Flat SOLD STC
Asking Price £190,000
Set on the third floor of this converted building is this spacious one bedroom apartment in the heart of the city centre. The apartment has been well maintained and has a large entrance hall, a sizeable living space measuring almost 8m in length which has high ceilings and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven and hob. There is also a good sized double bedroom and a modern bathroom suite with a shower over the bath. This apartment would suit both first time buyers and investors looking for a low maintenance, central apartment in the heart of everything Bristol city centre has to offer. This property is available to view via Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179 898222.
Lounge/Kitchen/Diner 7.9m x 3.6m (to maximum points)
Bedroom – 4.0m x 3.7m (to maximum points)
Bathroom – 2.9m x 2.1m
St Giles Court is located on the corner of Small Street and Quay Street, close to the Hippodrome in the centre of the city. The building offers an array of shops and amenities right on its doorstep, including the iconic Christmas Steps and the surrounding arts quarter. The restaurants, bars, museums and cafés of Bristol's Harbourside are just minutes by foot to the south-west, while the major shops of Cabot Circus are just to the east. Clifton, Cotham and Stokes Croft are also within reach from this central base. To the west, the expansive Ashton Court is just a short drive or cycle, whilst the M32 and Temple Meads to the east give residents a quick exit route from the city. A major benefit of this location is the proximity to many major employers, including several major law firms, banks, charities and energy companies in the centre of Bristol.
What is Included?
The apartment has an integrated oven and hob in the kitchen. Other appliances may be available by separate negotiation.
Our Seller Says
We have absolutely loved living in this city centre flat for the last 4 years; being able to spend time sitting on the harbourside overlooking the water, shopping in the daytime and socialising in the nearby restaurants and bars in the evening. The flat itself is amazingly spacious, especially for a 1 bed, and the two of us have been really happy here.
Owning a portion of the freehold also has its perks - you have the option of changing your lease and of influencing how the block is managed, if you want to, and you receive a few hundred pounds from ground rent each year.
Estimated Rental Value
According to our seller, the apartment has around 130 years remaining on the lease and there is a management fee of £864.32 per year and a ground rent of £200 per year. As the apartment comes with a share of the freehold it is entitled to £396 a year in rent from the other properties.
The flat is situated on the third floor, with access via stairs or a lift.
The apartment is rated as a high E for energy efficiency and a D for environmental impact.