£107,000 Fixed price
This is a must see apartment in the centre of the city. Grand, elegant proportions have been married with modern and contemporary finishes and dÃ©cor to create a unique two bedroom apartment. This well proportioned property is accessed from the pedestrian area of the centre and into a well-maintained communal lobby and stairwell. The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. The kitchen has been given an industrial feel with stripped flooring and portions of the original plasterwork exposed in homage to the provenance of the property. White gloss units bring it bang up to date. The bathroom features exposed stonewalls and modern fittings. The bright lounge features a large curved window overlooking the front of the property flooding the room with natural light. The focal point of the room is a feature fireplace with concealed light. The spacious hall gives an overall sense of space combined with good storage facilities. Bedroom two is a good size double with a built-in wardrobe but the main feature of this home has got to be the master bedroom, almost turreted in style with a double bay formation giving the illusion the bedroom is floating. Feature fireplace and wood paneling to dado height add to the period charm. The phrase 'viewing is required to fully appreciate all this property has to offer' was surely coined for this home.
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