You enter the building to the rear and into the communal hallway. Stairs lead to the first floor where you find the entrance to the flat. Once inside the hallway leads to the sitting room, bathroom and both bedrooms. The sitting room is a very grand room with large Venetian windows letting natural light flood in and feature ornamental fire place with stripped wooden floors. This room provides access to the kitchen diner with modern units and space for a dining table and chairs too. Bedroom one, to the rear aspect, is a good size room with plenty of storage space in the cupboards to the alcoves. Bedroom two, to the front aspect, again provides those grand Venetian windows making it a lovely light room with views across the garden and tree tops. The shower room is very modern with floor to ceiling tiles and a good size walk in glass panel shower. A very spacious apartment retaining period features throughout and in an ideal location for local amenities and access to the city.
Devonshire Buildings is an ideal location for those who work in the city of Bath or are looking to commute to Bristol or London. Both Bath Spa and Oldfield Park train stations are within walking distance from the property. Locally there is an abundance of amenities providing everything that one might need. Bear Flat provides cafes, barbers, florist, Co-Op, Tesco Express, newsagents, pharmacy, deli , restaurant, antique shop and public house. In addition the delightful nearby Moorland road hosts a plethora of shops, supermarket and renowned family butcher. Recreationally there is Alexandra Park, with quite possibly the best views over the city, Entry Hill golf club and Baskervilles gymnastic centre. Local schools include Beechen Cliff, Ralph Allen, Hayesfield Girls school, Moorlands and Widcombe Infant and Junior schools.
Hardwood door to front. Carpeted. Stairs to first floor. Storage cupboard.
Stripped wood flooring. Access to all rooms.
Feature ornamental fireplace with gas fire. Wooden built shelves and cupboards to the alcoves. Stripped wooden flooring. Picture rail and decorative cornice. Large Venetian wooden sash windows with a tall semi circular opening and two square headed sidelights. Access to the kitchen diner.
Kitchen / Diner
Wall and floor units with wortop and inset sink drainer with mixer tap. Space for appliances and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry cupboard. 12-pane wooden sash window to rear aspect. Space for dining table.
Carpeted. Feature period fireplace. Picture rails and decorative cornice. 12-pane wooden sash window to rear aspect with wooden shutters. Two large built-in wooden wardrobes to alcoves.
Large Venetian wooden sash windows with a tall semi circular opening and two square headed sidelights with modern wooden adjustable folding shutters. Decorative cornice. Carpeted.
Floor to ceiling tiled. Wall mounted heated chrome towel rail. Glass shower enclosure with mains operated shower. Wall mounted basin with mixer tap. Low level WC with concealed cistern.
Devonshire Buildings is a one way street that runs in a horseshoe shape so you have the option of on-street parking at either front or rear aspect.
999 years from 25th March 1981
Ground rent £20 pa.
Management charge £1,360 p.a.
Standard broadband available up to 17Mb (Estimated 6Mb)
Fibre optic broadband available up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £7,250.00 in stamp duty. Your effective stamp duty rate is 2.10%.
As a first time buyer you will have to pay £2,250.00 in stamp duty. Your effective stamp duty rate is 0.65%
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