This property benefits from being set over three floors, with its own private entrance and with high ceilings creating a wonderful sense of space throughout. All rooms are well equipped with built-in storage and large sash windows encouraging lots of natural light and affording beautiful views over Lambridge Place. The bedrooms and living spaces are all good proportions with many endearing period features.
You enter the property on the ground floor and once inside a spacious hallway provides storage space and an elegant staircase up to the first floor.
On the first floor you find a generous size and well-equipped kitchen/diner complete with modern wall and floor units with worktop, Belfast sink, double oven with gas hob and extractor. The room provides ample space for dining with feature period fireplace, storage cupboard to the eves and a sash window to the rear aspect. Next to the kitchen is the very spacious sitting room with feature fireplace, cupboards and shelves to the alcoves and large sash window to the front aspect with a colourful view of Lambridge Place and beyond.
A further set of stairs leads to the second floor landing with access to two double bedrooms and bathroom. You will also find a WC situated on the landing between the two floors. Both bedrooms provide feature fireplaces and storage to the alcoves with large sash windows. The bathroom is fitted with bath and wall mounted electric shower with curtain rail, washbasin and WC.
This property is situated in St. Saviour's Road within the sought-after district of Larkhall. Approximately one mile from the centre of the city it also benefits from being close to parks and green open spaces.
Charming Larkhall is a laid-back residential district with a bohemian spirit. Quirky gift shops, bookstores, and indie food shops cluster around lively St. Saviour’s Road. The Rondo Theatre, a long-running community venue, stages plays and musicals, and hosts popular comedians. Leafy Alice Park is a hub for families, with play equipment and a cafe, plus a peaceful community garden of fruit trees and vegetable beds.
This popular bustling locality is well equipped with an array of amenities and independent businesses including a butchers, deli, Co-Op, Post Office, public houses, cafes, book and gift shop. The local infant and junior school is St Saviours CofE and the secondary school is St Marks. A village hall offers a full list of events and classes suiting all ages and the village itself is served by regular bus links to the city. Ideal for commuters as it provides easy access to junction 18 of the M4 motorway with access to Bristol and London.
Bend - D
There could be £8,250 Stamp Duty payable upon completion.
Leasehold. 999 years from 30 Sept 1994.
Ground rent £25 p.a.
Insurance £250 p.a.
Management company details TBC.
Band - B
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