Grand porticoed communal entrance with courtesy light and intercom entry. Entrance lobby with original floor and wall tiling. Further doors to entrance hall and wide communal stairway to the first floor.
Built in storage cupboards for flat C. Own part glazed entrance door to:
Double panelled radiator. Wall mounted intercom entry phone. Original woodwork including dado rails, skirtings, architraves and fine ceiling cornicing. Fitted carpet. Double power point. Telephone point. Wall mounted electricity trip switches. Original woodwork for a hatch which used to serve a dumb waiter (now removed). Access to:
17' 2'' x 13' 1'' (5.24m x 4m)
A lovely south facing room replete with period features including a fine marble fireplace with open cast iron grate and decorative tiled surrounds, ornate ceiling cornicing and deep skirting boards. French doors open onto the balcony with original wrought iron railings and superb views across the city and towards surrounding countryside. Work shutters. Two double radiators. Fitted shelving in chimney recesses. Central ceiling light point with ornate plaster rose.
Telephone point. T.V aerial lead.
17' 0'' x 15' 3'' (5.18m x 4.64m)
This room easily accommodates a dining table to comfortably seat eight people. The kitchen is fitted with a range of solid wood, custom made base and wall cupboard units with solid wood work surfaces, tiled surrounds and fitted plate rack. Wall mounted Vaillant combi gas boiler. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Original sash window with storage chest under and outlook to the rear garden. Pine floorboards.
13' 6'' x 11' 9'' (4.11m x 3.58m)
Another well proportioned room featuring parts of the original decorative ceiling cornice and original door with brass furniture. Deep skirtings. This room also features glazed french doors to the south facing balcony which includes the original work shutters. Double radiator. Telephone point.
16' 5'' x 10' 0'' (5.00m x 3.05m)
This room has a sash window with superb south facing views towards the city and surrounding countryside. Exposed sealed floorboards. Original door with copper door furniture. Double radiator. Telephone point.
11' 9'' x 9' 9'' (3.58m x 2.97m)
This room has a large original sash window with a pleasant outlook over the rear garden. White enamelled bath with tiled surrounds and mixer tap with shower attachment. Modern pedestal wash basin with' Grohe 'mixer tap. Close coupled W.C. Shower cubicle with glazed screen and door, tiled walls and shower running off the hot water system. Double radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Fitted cupboards under the window with tiled top window seat. Fitted shelving and shelved storage cupboard. Three ceiling inset spotlights.
To the rear, the apartments at number 2 enjoy use of a wonderful, mature walled garden which provides lawns and a profusion of mature shrub, flower and rose beds. The garden provides a good degree of privacy and is large enough to catch the sun throughout most of the day. There is a communal storage shed and rotary clothes line.
The deed states that there is a legal right of way through the pedestrian access gate to the rear of the garden.
To the front of the terrace, the mature, park style gardens provide a wonderful space for the private enjoyment of local residents. (N.B. there is a voluntary annual service charge for the maintenance of the Park)
There is on street permit parking to the front of the building.
N.B. This property is being sold by a Director of Cooksleys.