- Studio Flat
- Mezzanine Sleeping Area
- Communal Garden
- Sitting Room
- Period Features
- Communal Bike & Bin Store
This grand, grade II listed Georgian studio apartment boasts magnificently high ceilings, tall sash windows with working shutters and period features. Internally the flat offers an entrance hall, a 14'5 x 12'3 drawing room, kitchen with loads of storage, mezzanine sleeping area, bathroom and lots of storage cupboard. The flat over looks the communal garden to the rear.
Portland Place is a lovely street lined with Georgian town houses designed by John Eveleigh in 1786. Situated off Julian Road just behind the Royal Crescent and adjacent to St. James Square. Both Julian Road and St. James Square offer a number of local amenities with convenience stores, bars and restaurants. Both Bath City centre and Royal Victoria Park are a short 0.3 mile walk away. For the commuter access is straight forward for the A420 to Bristol and A46 to the M4. Bath Spa railway station is 1 mile away.
ENTRANCE HALL: Storage cupboard
LIVING ROOM: Sash window to rear with working shutters, TV point, two alcoves one fitted with a cupboard and the other fitted with shelves archway, three storage cupboards that have hanging rails to use as wardrobes.
KITCHEN: Sash window to rear with working shutters, range of wall and floor units with wooden worktops, inset stainless steel single drainer one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap over, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, fitted electric hob, built in electric double oven and grill, electric heater.
MEZANNINE SLEEPING AREA: Staircase leads from the sitting room to a sleeping area with fitted storage cupboard housing hot water tank.
BATHROOM: Panelled bath with shower over and telephone shower attachment, part tiled walls, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, extractor fan.
COMMUNAL GARDEN: Patio area leading to lawn, walls to side and rear.
COMMUNAL STORAGE: Bike store in the building and bin store in the vault outside.
THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991
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