A striking penthouse within the City Walls with a private roof terrace and two allocated parking spaces.
The Warehouse offers stylish urban living for those seeking city life right in the heart of Chester. This unique development provides an opportunity to live in a contemporary and luxury apartment boasting a fabulous location within Chester's historic city walls.
The current owner has further enhanced the accommodation, including mechanised shutters across all windows throughout the apartment, fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms and fixed shelving.
The building is accessed via an electronic entry system from street level or from the secure undercover carpark where there are two allocated parking spaces for the owners of No.9.
9 The Warehouse is situated on the second floor of the building, accessed via a contemporary, communal stairwell. The apartment opens into a private entrance lobby beyond which is a long and spacious hallway with a storage cupboard housing the boiler.
At the end of the hallway the open plan kitchen, dining and living area is a magnificent space. There is a wonderful stream of natural light making this sociable setup a very enjoyable place for the practicalities of daily life.
The bespoke, handmade kitchen features a range of base and wall units in addition to an island. Integrated appliances include a Neff dishwasher and fridge freezer, and a Perrin & Rowe Phoenix 3 in 1 tap.
The two bedrooms are well-proportioned and both feature fitted cupboards. There is an en suite shower room to Bedroom 2 and a family bathroom accessed from the hallway.
The bathrooms are supplied with Duravit sanitary ware and the floors and walls are tiled with Italian porcelain tiles.
The apartment benefits from a private garden roof terrace with stunning views across the city centre. This outdoor space provides a lovely spot in which to relax or entertain.
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With two secure underground parking spaces, a roof garden and superb open-plan living space this city centre penthouse ticks every boxPauline Kay