Situated on the longest Georgian crescent in Europe
Own private entrance
Courtyards to the front and rear
Small Garage / Storage
3 double bedrooms
4th bedroom / study
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A fabulous Grade II* listed, 4 bedroom, 2,082 sq ft, split level courtyard apartment, with its own private entrance and courtyards to the front and rear, small garage / storage, situated on the iconic Royal York Crescent, a stunning Georgian terrace in the heart of Clifton Village.
The property comprises on the ground floor of a spacious 21.5 x 14.5 ft reception room with feature fire place, wood burning stove and tall Georgian sash window looking out onto the rear patio, galley kitchen leading through to a conservatory / dining room and doors out on to the patio, two double bedrooms both with sash windows looking onto the front courtyard, recently redecorated family bathroom, shower room and a useful study / 4th bedroom.
On the lower floor can be found the master bedroom with arched ceiling, a French window onto the lower courtyard, and en-suite shower room plus utility / cellar storage.
Royal York Crescent has the honour of being the longest Georgian crescent in Europe and is one of the most iconic addresses in Bristol, held in extremely high regard. This is owed to the uniquely convenient proximity to Clifton Village and the breath-taking example of Victorian and Georgian architecture including some of the city's most prized and widely admired terraces and squares.
The variety of shops, boutiques and restaurants in Clifton Village are close by as well as several bus routes providing easy city centre access. Indeed, Bristol’s City Centre itself is within only one and a half miles allowing access to the national motorway network via the M32 and rail links to London Paddington from Temple Meads mainline station.
The vast expanse of Clifton's Downs are within a quarter of a mile as is the historic landmark of Brunel's world famous suspension bridge spanning the Avon Gorge. The area is particularly well served for schooling in both state and private sectors with Clifton College, qeh and Bristol Grammar School all within one and a half miles.
The apartment benefits from its own private entrance leading to the front courtyard and vault, which has been recently renovated and restored to create a pretty outdoor entertaining space. There is also a small garage accessible from the street, suitable for storage, a small car or motorbikes, as well as separate bin area. To the rear of the property accessed from the kitchen is a further small patio area and vaulted storage room. Furthermore you have the use of the wonderful Royal York Crescent Gardens, which are laid out in a picturesque manner with lawned areas interspersed with trees, flower beds and shrubs.
Tenure: Leasehold with 963 years remaining plus a share of the freehold. Service charges: £2,742.40 per year, which includes £1,400 sinking fund contribution. The flat is Grade II* Listed, whereas the courtyard and patio is believed to be Grade II Listed.
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