- Loft style conversion
- Double glazing
- Grade A listed building
- Large open plan kitchen/ lounge area
- Close to local amenities
- Two allocated parking spaces
- Gas central heating
- Secure door entry system
- On main bus route
- Ground floor flat
The unique A listed building with exceptional living space comprises of reception hall, studio/living area, kitchen, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The original architectural features such as the brick walls, beams and high ceilings highlight the building`s past originally as a sugar refinery, built in 1850, and later in 1886 becoming the Ropeworks factory producing canvas and sailcloth as well as cordage, ropes and fishing nets. Converted to apartments in 2008 the original features of the building are an excellent backdrop to this apartment and would complement both modern and traditional furnishings.
The reception hall has two large double door storage cupboard leading through to the generously proportioned open plan lounge and kitchen dining area with three large windows, the light is able to flood this room with natural sunlight making it a lovely bright and airy space. The fully fitted high gloss kitchen has a wide range of floor and wall mounted units with integrated oven and hob.
Bedroom one has a large window, neutral decor, carpeted flooring and benefits from a built in wardrobe. Bedroom two is also decorated in a neutral tone with carpeted flooring.
Completing this amazing accommodation is the three piece bathroom with coordinating white suite.
Further benefits to the property are gas central heating, double glazing and allocated parking spaces.
Home report available on request
Reception Hall - 10'7" (3.23m) x 7'11" (2.41m)
Lounge Kitchen Dining Area - 21'7" (6.58m) x 39'3" (11.96m)
Bedroom One - 15'8" (4.78m) x 19'5" (5.92m)
Bedroom Two - 23'10" (7.26m) x 10'0" (3.05m)
Bathroom - 5'3" (1.6m) x 10'10" (3.3m)
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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