Accessed via secure entrance to the rear of the building, the communal entrance leads to the original spiral staircase which takes you to the top floor of the building where the apartment is located.
Upon entering the apartment, the spacious entrance hall leads to the kitchen and living room benefitting from a working fireplace and four sash windows allowing plenty of natural light into the apartment aswell as views towards May Hill and Gloucester Docks.
Taking the staircase from the entrance hall, the apartment is completed with two generous double bedrooms along with the beautifully presented bathroom complete with roll top bath. The apartment further benefits from allocated parking to the rear.
With plenty to offer for residential buyers and investors alike, viewing is highly advised for this unique apartment in a desirable location.
Located on the edge of the historic Gloucester City Centre, the apartment is within close proximity of many shops and eateries aswell as the popular Gloucester Docks which benefits from the designer outlet along with many more waterfront bars and eateries. The train station and bus station are also in the vicinity offering access to all the major cities including direct train links to London Paddington.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are believed to be connected to the property.
Gloucester City Council - Tax Band B (£1,515.45 per annum).
Lease: 999 years from 1st December 2003
Management Company: The Old Custom House Management Limited
Management Charge: Approximately £1,500 per annum towards general maintenance of the building and communal areas.
In purchasing the apartment the prospective buyer has the opportunity to become a shareholder of the management company.
*Information correct as of 7/7/22*