Devonshire Buildings, Bear Flat, Bath, BA2 4SP
Captivating panoramic views from the first floor arched front windows in the sitting room of this gloriously characterful apartment. High ceilinged open plan reception/kitchen space, a neat white bathroom and a south facing double bedroom with fitted storage make a very appealing package for a city base.
Quietly situated at the southern end of Poets Corner and easily accessible to local Bear Flat amenities, parkland and city entertainment alike.
Excellent internal condition with modern kitchen & bathroom fittings. Gas central heating. Well maintained communal areas.
EPC rating C
Council tax band A
Tenure Long leasehold
First floor accommodation via ground floor rear communal hall. Front facing sitting room / open plan kitchen with classic 10ft ceiling heights and triple windows overlooking the cityscape. Internal three piece modern bathroom, hall and rear/south facing double bedroom with fitted storage.
Tucked away in this favoured Bear Flat road on the southern edge of Poets Corner with residents permit parking and local shops close by. Perfectly placed for city access down the Wells Road. Alexandra Park or Two Tunnels green spaces just around the corner.
The property is leasehold with 962 years remaining. Current service charge contributions for this property are £1044.30pa.
This Grade II listed terrace, the design of which may be attributable to Charles Harcourt Masters, was built circa 1800 - 1804. The first appearance of this building in city directories was in 1805. In 1852, the resident was Captain Benjamin Peach, treasurer of the city and borough of Bath.