9, The Waterhouse, City Centre, S1
£220,000 (Asking price)
- No onward chain
- Two bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Open plan living kitchen diner
- Popular building and location
- Well presented
- Neutral decor
- Period features
- Lift to all floors
- EPC Rating E
Positioned on the third floor of this stunning Grade II listed building overlooking the Peace Gardens is this superb two bedroom apartment which is offered to the open market with no onward chain. Well presented throughout the property enjoys generous natural light, high ceilings and some period features such as coving, skirting boards and sash windows. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall which has a store cupboard and plumbing for a washing machine, a living room which has a feature fire surround and is semi-open plan to the dining kitchen which has a range of fitted cupboards and integrated appliances which includes an extractor hood, induction hob, dishwasher, electric oven and a fridge freezer. Furthermore there is a master bedroom which has an en suite shower room, a second bedroom, and a bathroom that has a white suite. An full internal inspection is essential to appreciate this wonderful apartment.
The Waterhouse is a stunning Grade II listed building designed by the famous Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse. It is located on the corner with Pinstone Street and St Paul's Parade. The situation, right in the heart of the city centre, gives you ideal access to the university, many of the city's largest companies, and the amenities on your doorstep are in abundance. For things to do locally, the list is endless, with the spa and gym at the Mercure hotel, coffee houses including Costa, Cafe Rouge, and Nero, and great restaurants of all kinds within a short walk, including the Leopold development with Wagamamas and so many more.
EPC Rating E
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