- Studio apartment
- Impressive Grade I Listed building
- Access to Larkhall
- Top floor
- No onward chain
Grosvenor Place is an impressive Georgian terrace set back from the London Road with Kensington Meadows nearby. Living in this part of Bath is to live within part of the rich history of the city, in buildings dating back to the 18th Century. Bath city centre and Spa train station is a level 1.5 mile walk and the hustle and bustle of Walcot Street is within a mile.
Behind Grosvenor Place is Kensington Meadows, an open meadow that leads to a footbridge with access to the Kennet & Avon canal where you can escape eastwards towards Bathampton and Bradford On Avon or west for access to the city centre and for the lido at Cleveland Pools.
Larkhall village square is within half a mile via St Saviours Road offering a range of independent shops and cafes including the Larkhall Butchers, Goodies Deli, a greengrocers, Larkhall Deli, a Co-Operative supermarket and an independent bookshop. There is also the Rondo Theatre and the Oriel Hall community centre. There are several pubs for an evening drink and every year the community organises a May festival with a weekend of events and celebrations. Alice Park with its cafe, tennis courts and skate park is within a half a mile and commuters for the M4 can easily get to the A46 which takes you up to Junction 18 of the motorway in under 10 miles.
This top floor studio apartment forms part of this impressive Grade I listed building. The property comprises an entrance hall leading to a kitchen with sash window and space for a large table, a studio room with sash windows and period fireplace and a bathroom with velux window.
NB This is a leasehold property and the following information should be checked with your solicitor before you proceed to purchase.
Tenure: Leasehold / Share of Freehold
Freeholder: 32 Grosvenor Place Ltd
Management: HML Chilton
Leasehold: residue of 999 years from 1981
Service charge: £1320 per annum
Entrance - 6'3" (1.91m) Max x 4'1" (1.24m) Max
Two metallic electric consumer units. Intercom entryphone. Power point.
Studio Room - 12'5" (3.78m) Max x 10'10" (3.3m) Max
Two sash front windows. Black cast iron period fireplace with wooden surround and mantel. Ceiling beams. Electric night storage heater. Broadband point.TV point. Power points.
Kitchen - 13'6" (4.11m) Max x 9'4" (2.84m) Max
Sash front window. Vinyl wood effect flooring. Laminate worktop with inset sink and drainer. Wall units. Cupboards. Part tiled walls. Plumbing for washing machine. Electric oven and hob with cooker hood over. Electric night storage heater. Ceiling beams. Space for kitchen table. Power points.
Bathroom - 8'1" (2.46m) x 4'3" (1.3m)
Double glazed velux window. Vinyl tile effect flooring. Panelled bath with electric shower over. Hand basin. LLWC. Wall mounted dimplex warm air heater. Shaver point. Part tiled walls. Extractor fan.
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band A
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