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Studio flat for sale

The Old Chapel, Lansdown, Stroud

Sold STC £92,000

Property Description

Key features

  • First Floor Studio Flat
  • Pleasant Views
  • Former Unitarian Chapel
  • Walking Distance to Stroud Centre
  • Community Car
  • Private Balcony
  • Communal Lounge/Kitchen
  • Communal Garden/Bike Shed
  • No Onward Chain
  • EPC Band C

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

The Old Chapel is a development of 14 private self-contained apartments with the additional option of enjoying communal areas such as a meeting room, communal kitchen facilities and landscaped gardens. In addition there is a laundry room and sheltered bike storage facilities. The common areas are of course for residents and friends to socialise and cook communal meals, organize events, hold residents meetings as well as run common aspects for the co-flats or simply to meet for a cup of coffee. There is a small car available to residents who are encouraged to book this for use rather than to own their own vehicle.

Shelving and coat hooks.

Window to side, French doors to rear patio and under floor heating.

Low level WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle, splash back tiling and a extractor fan.

This studio flat benefits in its own outside decking area to the front of the property. It has pleasant vies onto Uplands and is accessed via the French Doors inside.

Each flat has use of various communal areas. There is a lounge area which is regularly used for meeting and community meals. You also have the use of PC & a printer. Downstairs is a fully functioning kitchen which has integrated oven / hob / fridge-freezer / dishwasher. A laundry room follows on with washing machines and a tumble dryer - there is also a cloakroom next door. The communal garden is mainly paved patio and has benches, washing lines and attractive flowers & plants. Steps lead to a sheltered bike storage area and your own private outside locker.

The property is leasehold. The lease is 999 year lease from 2006.

Hunters believe the current maintenance charge is £30 per calendar months. There is a annual charge for the community car which is £140 per year.

We believe the current council tax band is A

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Wall, floor & draw storage units, roll-top work surfaces, built in oven / hob / fridge, extractor fan, laminate flooring, splash back tiling, velux window and a wall-mounted Glow Worm boiler.

The flat is located right on the edge of the town centre and provides easy walking access to the town centre which has a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities as well as a main line railway link to London Paddington. The emphasis on the location of the property must surely be its convenience to the town and it is not situated on a busy main road.

From our offices walk into Kendrick Street until it meets the T-junction with the paved High Street. Walk to the bottom of the High Street and turn right at the crossroads into Lansdown where you will find the property on the right hand side after about 100 yards.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 May 2018


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