Price £325,000 - Under Offer


  • Elegant Grade I Listed apartment
  • Naturally light first floor apartment
  • Open plan living
  • Large double bedroom
  • Panoramic views to the rear towards Kensington Meadows
  • Modern bathroom
  • No onward chain

This lovely apartment has a special feel. Access is through the common area of the building. The entrance area includes handy storage and a tall utility cupboard with power and plumbing for a washing machine and separate dryer. The open plan reception/dining room is a good size with large sash windows to the rear with views to the City, Bathampton and beyond. High Georgian ceilings with decorative cornicing allow plenty of light in the room. There are double doors to the bedroom which is very spacious with large windows to the front of the terrace with views to St Saviours Church, Larkhall and Camden.

A great opportunity to own a good sized open plan apartment with lots of natural light in Georgian architecture.

Grosvenor Place is an architecturally impressive Grade I Listed serpentine shaped terrace of Georgian townhouses designed and built by John Eveleigh in the 1790s. Set back from the London Road with a tree lined avenue to the front, Larkhall Square is a short walk away via St Saviours Road and Walcot Street in Bath city centre is within a mile.

Behind Grosvenor Place is Kensington Meadows, a large open meadow that leads to a footbridge with access to the Kennet & Avon canal. The canal path takes you east towards Bathampton and Bradford on Avon and west towards Sydney Gardens, The Holburne Museum and the city centre.

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, Ma Cuisine French bistro style restaurant, a hardware shop, an independent bookshop and a Co-Operative supermarket.

There is also a popular local theatre (The Rondo) offering an interesting variety of programmes including comedy, theatre and music. The New Oriel Hall community centre just off Larkhall Square offers classes, workshops and community groups adding to the popularity of Larkhall. The village comes together annually in May for the Larkhall 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. There is a good choice of public houses in the village including the Rose & Crown, the Larkhall Inn and the Bladuds Head.

The parking arrangement is unrestrictive on street parking to the front of the property on Grosvenor Place itself.

Leasehold Information (As a leasehold this information is provided by the seller and will need to be checked with your legal conveyancer or solicitor.)

Tenure: Leasehold / Share of Freehold
Management Company: 7 Grosvenor Place Management Company Limited
Length of Lease: Residue of a 999 year lease
Service Charge: £100 pcm
Ground Rent: Nil
Sinking Fund: £8000 approx

Entrance - 5'4" (1.63m) x 7'5" (2.26m)
Door from hallway. Wooden flooring. Entry phone. Storage cupboard. Utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and electricity consumer unit. Door to reception room. Door to bathroom.

Kitchen/Dining/Reception - 25'4" (7.72m) Max x 19'7" (5.97m) Max
Three sash windows with wrought iron Juliet balconies to rear with panoramic views. Wooden flooring. Decorative period fireplace and ceiling cornice. Modern kitchen with bamboo worktops, 4-point gas hob, overhead brushed metal extractor hood, sink & drainer and plumbing for dishwasher. Double doors to bedroom. Radiator.

Bedroom - 16'7" (5.05m) x 13'8" (4.17m)
Two sash windows to front with views to Larkhall/St Saviors Church. Decorative period fireplace with alcove storage cupboards to sides. Wooden flooring. Decorative ceiling cornice. Two radiators.

Bathroom - 6'3" (1.91m) x 7'5" (2.26m)
Wooden flooring. Panelled bath with electric shower and concertina glass shower screen. Partially tiled walls. Wall mounted hand basin with storage cupboards below. LLWC. Extraction fan,



Council Tax
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band C

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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.


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