2 Bed Conversion Flat For Sale

Bradford-On-Avon

£299,950

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

1

Receptions

1

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  • FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT IN THE HEART OF BRADFORD ON AVON
  • TRULY TREMENDOUS FINISH THROUGHOUT
  • IMPRESSIVE POTENTIAL FOR GENERATING AN EXCELLENT YIELD AS A HOLIDAY LET
  • CLOSE TO THE RAILWAY STATION AND A SUPERB ARRAY OF AMENITIES ON THE DOORSTEP
  • IDEAL FOR A FIRST TIME BUYER, SOMEONE WANTING TO DOWNSIZE TO SOMETHING SUPER CENTRAL OR INVEST
  • TWO SPACIOUS DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • HIGH-SPEC SHOWER-ROOM WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING
  • SOLID OAK KITCHEN WORKTOP AND BREAKFAST BAR
  • CHARLES LOWE & SONS HAND PLANED OAK FLOORING
  • FARROW & BALL COLOURS THROUGHOUT
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

Situated in the heart of Bradford on Avon, overlooking the picturesque River Avon and possessing a truly tremendous finish throughout. This first-floor apartment, part of an attractive Grade II Listed period building, boasts an impressive pedigree as a lucrative investment for the current owner. With the towns superb range of amenities on the doorstep the property allows the new owner to enjoy all the benefits of a lifestyle that embraces residing in Bradford on Avon, including excellent access to the railway station. Once inside you will discover; entrance hall with a surprising amount of storage, beautifully presented living/kitchen space which is the heart of the home, two double bedrooms, one of which looks directly over the river Avon, and the high-spec shower room with underfloor heating. The property features Charles Lowe & Sons hand planed oak flooring, Farrow & Ball colours and beautiful finishing touches throughout. Ideal for a first-time buyer looking for a spacious and central base, downsizer looking to be close to amenities or those of you with a keen eye for an excellent investment opportunity, early viewing essential.

The property is situated right in the heart of the town centre, just a short and level walk away from the wide (and growing) range of shops and local cafes. Highly regarded 'up-market' restaurants and popular public houses, such as The Weaving Shed and Timbrells Yard can be found nearby, as well as other useful amenities such as the well-stocked town library and swimming pool. The railway station also provides direct services to Bath, Bristol, Salisbury and London Waterloo and is also very easy to access from the property. There are a range of pretty countryside, canal, and woodland walks on offer to the residents of Bradford on Avon, and for the more active members of the community there are several tennis courts, football pitches and rugby clubs to enjoy.

Tenure: Leasehold (994 years 11 months remaining)
SERVICE CHARGE: £600 PA Approx
GROUND RENT: £60 PA Approx

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