Stall Street, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1QE | New homes for sale | Savills
75.44 to 75.44 sq m
Guide price £490,000(14,070,900 EGP)

Stall StreetBath, Somerset, BA1 1QE

  • New development

Key features

  • Super central location
  • Range of apartment sizes to chose from
  • Staged CGI images used
  • Ideal for holiday letting
  • Period detailing throughout
  • Comprehensively refurbished with a luxurious specification
  • Double or secondary glazing

A city centre development of four distinctive apartments within an impressive Grade 2 listed corner property.

About this property

  • Stall Street comprises four newly redeveloped high specification flats located over three floors of an attractive Bath stone building at the corner of Beau Street and Stall Street. The property is in keeping with much of the attractive architecture of the city with traditional sash windows and Bath stone elevations.

    The Upper Floors are accessed via Beau Street on the southern elevation of the property and extend across three floors from first to third. The property has been recently converted and refurbished for residential use, comprising two one bedroom flats, one two bedroom flat and a penthouse duplex apartment.

    The apartments have been finished to a high specification with
    fully restored timber sash windows including some secondary
    glazing. Each apartment contains as follows:

    • Gas boiler

    • Carpeted bedrooms with wood effect vinyl to kitchen / living area

    • Wren kitchens with quartz stone worktops

    • Integrated AEG appliances including fridge / freezer, washing
    machine, hob and oven.

    • Bathrooms include Duravit sanitaryware and porcelain tiled
    walls and floors

    • Electric underfloor heating to bathrooms.

Local information

  • Bath is a city of extraordinary beauty with a long history. The importance of Bath was recognised in 1987 when it was designated a “World Heritage Site” the only city in England to be honoured in this way. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations in England.
  • One of the main tourist attraction's is the Thermae Bath Spa which opened in 2006. Visitors to the city are now able to enjoy Britain's only natural thermal waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago.
  • Visitors are drawn to Bath for its famous Roman remains and by some of the finest architectural sights in Europe such as the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. Bath is well known for its classical 18th century Georgian architecture and it is notable that there are more Grade I listed buildings in Bath than in central London. Bath is considered to be one of the best shopping destinations in the south-west. There are also excellent schools in both the state and private sectors and two universities.

Additional information

  • Tenure: Long leasehold 999 years at an annual rent of one peppercorn (£0)
  • Annual service charge: circa £2400 plus VAT
  • Council tax: to be determined
  • EPC: C
  • Directions: Road Bath is situated 13 km (8 miles) to the south of Junction 18 of the M4, linked via the A46 trunk road. In addition, Bath benefits from the A4, which runs west to Bristol and east to Chippenham, and also the A36 Lower Bristol Road which connects Bath to Trowbridge, Warminster and Frome to the south. Rail Bath Spa railway station provides access to Bristol (around 12 minutes) in addition to a frequent mainline service to London Paddington with an approximate journey time of 1 hour. Air Bristol Airport is located 32 km (20 miles) to the west of Bath city centre. In 2019 it was the 8th busiest airport in the UK, handling over 8.2 million passengers and it is also one of the UK's fastest growing regional airports. Bristol Airport offers over 100 direct international routes and it serves as the inbound gateway to the South West.
  • Tenure: Leasehold. Lease Expiry: 04/05/3022 (998 years remaining)
  • Service Charge: TBC
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: TBC