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The Gallery Apartments, Gloucester Road, Ross-on-Wye

£170,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0375
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1

Property Summary

OFFERED WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN
A Stunning, Spacious One Bedroom Apartment in the exclusive Gallery Apartments Building. Town Centre Living. Parking. Must Be Seen.
EPC: B
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Property Features

  • Stunning Ground Floor Apartment
  • Open Plan Luxurious Kitchen, Living, Dining
  • High Specification
  • Cloakroom
  • Parking for One Car
  • Air Source Central Heating
  • EPC Rating B
  • Investment Opportunity
  • Lift From Lower Ground Floor
  • Lock Up and Leave
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Full Details

A stunning light and spacious, completely unique, one bedroom ground floor apartment, converted in 2014. Situated in an impressive landmark building, within the heart of the popular Market Town of Ross-on-Wye. Being luxuriously appointed throughout, and offered with no onward chain.

Being level walking distance to the excellent array of social and shopping facilities Ross-on-Wye has to offer, with individual and high street shops along with pubs and restaurants for excellent dining.

The M50 motorway is approx. 2 miles away and provides excellent commuter links to the M5 giving good access to Birmingham and the North and Bristol and the South. The A40 leads to the M4 at Newport, giving good access to Cardiff and Wales.

Council Tax Band: B (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Share of Freehold (989 years)
Service Charge: £1,140 per year

Front Communal Entrance
Upon entering through the ornate stone and wrought iron canopy is the impressive reception hall with porcelain tiled walls and flooring, ceiling spotlights and low level LED lighting. A bespoke Ash staircase along with a lift gives access to lower and upper floors.
Door to Apartment 3


From The Entrance Hall
A lift or staircase gives access to the lower ground floor with it's rear communal hall where there is a lock up storage cupboard and outside access.

Entrance Hallway
Oak flooring, power points, ceiling spotlights. Radiator.
Door to:

Cloakroom
Stylish and Contemporary, Porcelanosa fitments with low level WC, wall hung wash hand basin with mono block mixer tap with Led mirror over, tiles to wall and floor, chrome heated towel radiator.

Open Plan Kitchen, Dining & Lounge w: 6.1m x l: 7m (w: 20' x l: 23' )
This beautiful space oozes character. With its curved feature walls, it truly makes a statement. Oak flooring, inset ceiling spotlights and uplighters, built in double storage cupboards, power points, telephone and satellite points and the video entry panel.

Kitchen Area
Fitted with a matching range of Shaker style wall and base units, built in fridge, freezer, washing machine/dryer. Built in Neff double over with ceramic hob and stainless-steel extractor over. Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, finished with beautiful granite work surfaces and up stands.

Bedroom w: 3.18m x l: 3.23m (w: 10' 5" x l: 10' 7")
Double glazed hardwood window to side aspect, Ceiling spotlights, power points, radiator.
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En-suite Bathroom
Double glazed hardwood window to rear aspect. Fully tiled and fitted with a white Porcelanosa suite comprising of wall hung wash hand basin with mono block mixer tap, low level WC, tiled panelled bath with mixer shower over. Chrome heated towell. Radiator.

Entrance From The Car Park
Into the communal area having lock up storage facilities and bespoke Ash staircase and lift to the upper floors.

Parking
The apartment is allotted with one parking space which is situated to the rear of the Gallery Apartments complex.

History
Built out of local red Sandstone with Bath stone dressings and arches made of stone brought from the Forest of Dean. The foundation stone was laid on 3rd June 1867 by H. O. Wills of Bristol and it was completed and opened on 21st July 1868 by Rev Newman Hill of Surrey, it was Congregational chapel and later became the United Reformed Church in 1971. It finally closed late in the 20th century and was converted into an antiques centre. In 2014 the whole building underwent a complete refurbishment and now comprises of eight exceptionally high standard luxurious Apartments, with the interior and exterior retaining much of its original character.

Local Authority
Council Tax Band "B". Herefordshire Council 01432 260000.

Service Charge
£95 PCM which includes Buildings Insurance, Annual Service for Lift and Sprinkler System, Cleaning and lighting of Communal Areas.

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