Property marketed by Haighs Estate Agents
Latteridge Green Farm, Iron Acton, Bristol, BS37 9TS
- For the Over 60s
- Lift Access
- Well presented
- No Onward Chain
- Close to Downs
- Close to shops
- Communal Garden
- Communal Parking
- Fitted Kitchen
About this property
A beautifully presented one-bedroom econd-floor flat (with lift access), for people who are at least 60 years of age, set in a wonderful building in a fantastic location!
Beautifully presented throughout, and enhancing the character that one expects from living in a converted church, this is a wonderful one-bedroom lift-accessible second-floor flat for the over-60s, available at just 70% of its full market value! The location is as fantastic as the building itself, just around the corner from all the shops, boutiques and cafes of Clifton Village, and across the road from the wide open spaces of Clifton Downs. Offered with no onward chain, this flat is ready to move into.
Council Tax Band: Band B (£1824.08 per annum 2023/24)
Tenure: Leasehold (138 years)
Ground Rent: £25 per year
The flats in this development change hands at 70% of the full market value.
Front door from communal landing, with spyhole; built-in storage cupboard with shelves; walk-in airing cupboard with large insulated tank, shelves and light; smoke alarm; 24-hour emergency call system panel and entryphone.
Lounge w: 14' 8" x l: 19' 1" (w: 4.47m x l: 5.82m)
L-shaped; south-facing double-glazed window to rear; smaller window towards front; TV and phone pts; electric night storage heater with shelf over; folding door into...
Kitchen w: 7' 3" x l: 7' 2" (w: 2.21m x l: 2.18m)
Double-glazed window towards front; range of fitted base and wall units, in white, including drawers and shelves; rolled-edge black granite-effect worktops and blue tiled splashbacks; inset 1½-bowl single drainer stainless steel sink and mixer tap; built-in Hotpoint electric 4-ring hob with integrated hood; built-in Electrolux electric double oven; space for fridge/freezer.
Bedroom w: 8' 10" x l: 15' 5" (w: 2.69m x l: 4.7m)
Irregular shape; leaded window to rear/side; built-in double wardrobe with sliding mirrored doors; electric radiator.
Shower Room w: 7' 3" x l: 7' 2" (w: 2.21m x l: 2.18m)
White suite, by Heritage, of w.c. with concealed cistern, cabinet with countersunk wash basin, and glazed corner cubicle with tiled surround and Mira Advance shower; matching cupboards and shelves; half-tiled walls; extractor fan; wall mirror; Dimplex fan heater.
An attractive sun-trap, professionally maintained. And, of course, Bristol's biggest shared "garden" is on the other side of the road...
A number of spaces under the building, accessed via a roll-up door.
Situated close to the well-known Clifton landmarks of Christ Church and Brunel's iconic Suspendion Bridge, this development is well placed for those who want to be independent but within easy reach of shops and the general hubbub of Clifton Village life. The building, a Grade 2 Listed church conversion, is mostly made up of flats for the over-sixties, which are sold at a preferential rate to ensure that everyone, not just the area's landed gentry, can afford to live in this prestigious locality.
Leasehold (lease expires in 2161), subject to an annual rent charge of £25 (Land Registry states that this figure may rise to £75 over time).
A service charge of £264.54 per month covers the costs of buildings insurance, water rates, any remedial works required to the building and its communal areas, communal electricity (including the lift), provision of a 24-hour emergency call system, the services of a visiting estate manager, use of the laundry, maintenance of the heating system, weekly cleaning of communal areas, external window cleaning, and replacement of doors and windows in the flat if needed.
Council Tax Band
Band B (£1824.08 per annum 2023/24).
These particulars do not constitute nor form part of any offer of contract, nor may they be regarded as representative. Measurements are approximate. No services, appliances or fittings described in these particulars have in any way been tested by Haighs and it is therefore recommended that any prospective buyer satisfies themself as to their operating efficiency before proceeding with a purchase. Photographs are used only to give an impression of the general size and style of the property, and it should not be assumed that any items shown within these pictures (internal or external) are to be included in the sale. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves of the accuracy of any statements included within these particulars by inspection of the property. Anyone wishing to know specific information about the property is advised to contact Haighs prior to visiting the property, especially if in doing so long distances are to be travelled or inconvenience experienced.
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Property added 20/09/2023