Communal hall with lift and staircase to the upper floors • Sitting room with fine views • Kitchen • Double bedroom • Bathroom • Communal amenities include building manager, Care Line alarm system, residents' drawing room, laundry room, maintained communal gardens • Permit parking
This one double bedroom apartment is situated on the first floor of this beautifully maintained Georgian Grade I listed town house, specifically for 55+ age residents and managed by FirstPort Retirement Property Services. The apartment has an entrance hall off the communal landing, wall mounted entry phone, electric storage heaters and provides access to the bathroom, bedroom and sitting room. The high ceilings and curved window features give the apartment a characterful feel and practical inbuilt window storage seats in the sitting room give you a fantastic vantage point over the communal gardens, Henrietta Park and the Georgian buildings of Daniel Street behind. There is a large storage cupboard off the entrance hall and also a separate airing cupboard. Available to residents are features including the residents' drawing room served by an adjoining kitchen and with cloakroom facilities, laundry/utility room with washing machines and tumble dryers. There is a useful guest suite available for use by visitors of the residents at a nominal charge. The property has a manager and an alarm system provides peace of mind for residents and their families alike. A grand communal entrance hall with staircase and passenger lift to all floors is an excellent welcome to the property and immediately shows the meticulously well looked after state of the overall property.
Great Pulteney Street leads directly into the centre of the city and it is a level walk to the famous and eclectic collection of shops and restaurants the city has to offer, as well as a nearby Waitrose supermarket. Just a step away is the world famous Holburne Museum of Fine Arts. Recreational facilities are close to hand which include; the Bath Leisure Centre offering a swimming pool and gym facility, the famous Thermae Bath Spa, as well as walking, jogging and cycling along the picturesque canal path 500m away that leads to Bradford on Avon. Bath is a UK world heritage city made famous for its Roman origins and Georgian architecture and its cosmopolitan lifestyle with good communications. It is served by a mainline railway service to London Paddington taking 75 minutes and Bristol taking 15 minutes. The M4 motorway is accessed at junction 18 approximately 10 miles to the north.
The lease contains specific arrangements for the re-sale of apartments. Re-sales are conducted on the seller's behalf by the freeholder, Retirement Properties Limited. The arrangements for the fees and costs which apply to this process have been amended by voluntary agreement with the Competition and Markets Authority. The sellers will be responsible for the fees of estate agents, solicitors and any other costs such as for an EPC, and in addition a fee calculated at 4% of the lower of the sale price or the seller's original purchase price, is payable to the freeholder.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through the selling agent Carter Jonas
Local Authority: Bath & North East Somerset Council.
Council Tax: Band C.
Lease Details: 999 year lease from 1985.
Ground Rent: £1.00 per annum.
Current management charges: Approximately £3,768 per annum.
Directions: From the City Centre, on foot, proceed over Pulteney Bridge onto Laura Place and into Great Pulteney Street and No.33 will be found at the far end on the left, next door to the doctors' surgery
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