Exceptional, brand new Georgian duplex two bedroom apartment with additional office/living/play room and allocated parking in the heart of Chester
Two unique apartments have been created from the sensitive restoration and conversion of a large, iconic Georgian town house in one of the city's most desirable locations. Dating from 1775 the house was owned in the Victorian era by the merchant Edward Tilston, a former Mayor of Chester and retains the quality of design and original architectural features of its era.
As you walk into the tiled hallway from the apartments' separate entrance you can immediately appreciate the original curved staircase and Venetian window that floods the space with light.
The apartments themselves are both luxurious and spacious, retaining a wealth of original features whilst being thoughtfully designed for 21st century living.
They incorporate high end Howdens kitchens with Bosch and AEG appliances, luxury LVT Neobo wood effect floors and attractively fitted bathrooms and bedrooms. A separate utility room accommodates two Siemens washer/driers and Worcester Bosch boilers, with additional storage space for residents.
Split over the first and second floors, this duplex apartment briefly comprises: Entrance hall with bespoke architect-designed 2-storey glazed screen highlighting feature internal Georgian staircase. Expansive open-plan kitchen/living space with three large sash windows. Howdens Chelford kitchen with island and breakfast bar, built-in AEG fridge/freezer, Bosch oven, Siemens hob and illuminated cabinets. Neobo Harvest Rye LVT floor. Large separate fitted storage cupboard. Large south facing master bedroom with en-suite incorporating a roll top bath and feature beam. Double guest bedroom with separate shower room and WC. Unique loft study/playroom/living room with original beam and views to Storyhouse and Chester Town Hall perfect for a home office.
You can click the following link to see the bespoke website for the property, which includes further information and video tours: http://mayorshousechester.co.uk/