A wonderful three bedroom Grade II listed maisonette with private west-facing balcony, located in this highly desirable location.
Marlborough Buildings is set in a prominent location overlooking the Royal Crescent lawn, with attractive views to the rear towards the Royal Victoria Park.
Local shops and amenities are located nearby in St James's Square, Julian Road and Margarets Buildings.
The city centre is approximately 0.8 miles away and offers an excellent range of shopping facilities, together with many other amenities including a number of fine restaurants, the Theatre Royal and the mainline Bath Spa Railway Station connecting to London Paddington (journey time from 75 mins).
Bath benefits from a selection of well-regarded schools, together with good sporting amenities.
Bristol lies approx. 13 miles to the north west. Junction 18 of the M4 is approximately 10 miles north, offering access to London, Wales and the West Country.
The Garden Apartment at 10 Marlborough Buildings has been refurbished over recent years to high standards; the quality of the joinery and materials in the fitted cupboards, staircases, doors and panelling is excellent. Although it is a lower ground floor maisonette, The Garden Apartment has an abundance of natural light and this, combined with high ceilings and grand proportions, gives a light and airy feel.
On entering the building there is a communal hallway with mosaic flooring. Stairs lead down to a half landing with a communal laundry room, and then continue down to the lower ground floor and the front door to the apartment. From here, further stairs lead down to the garden level where a practical garden storage room is located with a door out to the communal gardens.
Once inside, there is an entrance landing with stairs leading to the lower floors. A doorway to the left leads into an exceptional contemporary style kitchen and dining room with a high ceiling, cornicing and an attractive stone fire surround.
The kitchen has an excellent range of contemporary units with marble worktops, a central island which is perfect for entertaining and extra cooking space, and a five ring aeg gas hob. The kitchen has the benefit of a range of integral utilities including an aeg microwave, oven and grill, dishwasher, fridge and a freezer. From the kitchen an oak staircase leads up to a galleried mezzanine overlooking both the kitchen and drawing room, currently used as a third bedroom with double bed.
To the other side of the landing is an exquisite drawing room with high ceilings, very fine cornicing and oak flooring as well as a contemporary fire surround. There are refurbished sash windows with shutters and oak stairs leading through a glazed door to an external, west-facing decked terrace. Steps from here lead down to the communal gardens.
Also from the entrance landing are stairs leading down to the garden level; on this level is the master bedroom with a range of fitted cupboards and double sash windows looking out to the communal garden. The room has an en suite shower room, which is newly refurbished and in a contemporary style. There is also a further newly refurbished contemporary style bathroom which includes a bath and a separate shower with a mosaic seat. There is a further double bedroom at the lower garden level.
Outside The communal gardens at the rear of the property are accessed either through the communal hallways or from the aforementioned steps from the apartment's terrace.
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