The Hexagon, Bath
- Two double bedrooms
- First floor
- Allocated parking space
- Dual aspect sitting/dining room
- East/west facing and gloriously light
- Built in storage
- Ideally placed for Sainsburys and Wellsway buses
- 2005 conversion
- Well kept communal halls & gardens
Property SummaryA gloriously light 579sqft first floor two double bedroom apartment with allocated parking in this 2005 conversion, ideally placed on the plateau at the junction of the Wellsway and Frome Rd. Retaining much of the original early 1800s character and charm with substantial Bath Stone elevations and sash windows. Dual aspect 20ft8 x 9ft4 sitting/dining room with open plan kitchen area off, two decent bedrooms (both with built in storage) and a white three piece bathroom. Perfectly situated for local amenities with Sainsburys just 200yds to the south and plenty of bus routes to town via the Wellsway. Off street private parking space in the courtyard below, well kept communal halls and gardens. Sole Agents.
AGENTS NOTES Tenure is leasehold - residue of 125yr lease from from December 22nd 2006. Management Company: Curo. Current Service Charge & Sinking Fund contribution: £74.12pcm from April 2019
St Martins Hospital was built between 1836 and 1838 as the Bath Union Workhouse. Model plans were designed by the architect to the Poor Law Commissioners, Samuel Kempthorne, for the City of Bath Architect George P Manners. The unusual hexagonal style of the building with Y shaped wings is only found elsewhere in Britain in Abingdon - another Kempthorne design. The hospital chapel to St Martins, designed by Manners in a Gothic Revival style, was opened in 1846 after the foundation stone was laid in 1843. The remarkable work of the chapel's builder is commemorated by a plaque on the chapel wall - "To record the services of John Plass, an inmate of the workhouse who, at the age of 78, working with much zeal and industry, laid all the stone of this building".
ENTRANCE HALL Panelled front door to communal halls, entryphone, cloaks area, coved ceiling, linen cupboard with pressurised hot water tank.
BEDROOM 1 Rear sash window, storage heater, large built in wardrobe, coved ceiling.
BEDROOM 2 Rear sash window, electric wall heater.
SITTING/DINING ROOM Dual aspect sash windows, two storage heaters, coved ceiling - open plan to kitchen at east end.
KITCHEN Front sash window, range of base and wall units with worktops and inset sink/drainer, inset electric hob with hood over and oven under, coved ceiling, fitted washer/dryer.
BATHROOM Front sash window, panelled bath with shower over, pedestal basin, low level W.C, heated towel rail, part tiled walls, shaver point, extractor fan.
ALLOCATED PARKING SPACE Parking space for one car immediately to the front of the property.
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