An impressive 2440 sq. ft. City mews with private parking and a south/west facing garden/terrace. Offered with no chain
Austen House dates back to the late 1800's and was formerly a school and the city public reference library. The property was acquired by Beechcroft and resorted to its former glory in 2010 into 12 appealing apartments and this fabulous property which is located to the rear of the building. A perfectly situated mews style house, set back away from the usual fanfare of the City's day to day, the property is approached via secure gated access from the Exchange Square off Jewry Street.
The property interior has been superbly appointed and is of an excellent decorative order throughout. The exceptional interior of this property is configured over two floors with accommodation of around 2440 sq. ft. The ground floor has a welcoming entrance hall and middle reception that leads through to a large living area. The living space centralises around a spacious sitting room which then has an adjoining dining area and kitchen. There is a separate study off the entrance hall, as is a cloakroom with shower. The kitchen is fitted with a stylish range of units and integrated appliances.
From a galleried landing the first floor has a split level landing with three bedrooms. The principal bedroom has a en suite and walk through dressing area. The two other bedrooms share the Jack and Jill' bathroom suite.
The property also has means of use to a side access as an informal terrace garden which is accessible from a number of external doors. Unique to this property, in addition to the allocated private parking space located at the front of Austen House, there is vehicular access from Jewry Street to a gated terrace/parking area. Residents of Austen House also have access to an external bin store and secure cycle store.
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A superb amount of living space and located in this tucked away position off the Jewry Street. Ideal for City living and a convenient access to a wealth of amenities.Jon LaceyProperty agent