A stunning 2 bedroom penthouse apartment with views over the canal towards the city centre.
Miles House is a fine Grade II listed Italianate Villa believed to have been designed by the acclaimed architect Henry Goodridge. The property is situated on the lower slopes of Bathwick Hill and dates back to the mid-19th century and was originally built as a rectory.
The property has been converted into four stunning apartments, each one occupying the entire floor of the building. Refurbished to an exceptionally high standard, each property benefits from high end fixtures and furnishings, with contemporary design that sits very well alongside original architectural details typical of the period.
The original house and conversion is the first phase with planning permission having been granted to construct Miles House 2 next door. The property has been sympathetically designed and will also provide four spectacular apartments.
Solid wood floor throughout
Underfloor heating and heated mirrors to bathroom and en suites
Burlington sanitary ware
Plumbing for washer/dryer in utility rooms
Fitted wardrobes with made-to-measure joinery
Allocated off-street parking and visitor space
CAT 6 cabling throughout the properties
Intruder alarms on ground and lower ground floor
Access to substantial communal garden
Individual gas central heating
Cast iron radiators throughout
Fully refurbished sash windows with new weights, pulleys and cords
Original Georgian shutters on ground and first floor windows
Layered lighting design
Timber panelled doors
Timber flooring to entrance and reception rooms
Wool mix carpet
Bulthaup kitchens individually designed for each apartment
Glass splashback and stone worktops
Comprehensive array of Siemens white goods
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
The views from the penthouse apartment are stunning, overlooking the canal and beyond towards the city centre, and over the communal gardens to the rear. Bathwick Hill is perfectly located for access not only to the city centre, but also to the many green spaces that surround it.Luke Brady