The property is well situated for many amenities including the railway station, supermarkets, town centre shops, restaurants and cafes and the multiplex cinema.
Access to London by train is direct via Westbury (approx 5 miles) and indirect via Trowbridge. The World Heritage City of Bath is just 15 miles away, famed for its shopping, period buildings and many places of cultural interest.
The property comprises
Communal Entrance Hall
With period tiled floor.
Stairs and landing
The entrance door leads onto stairs to the first floor, with a pretty stained glass window at the top, as well as coved ceiling and doors to the kitchen/Living Room and Bedroom.
14' 6'' x 14' 2'' (4.43m x 4.33m)
The living room offers a double panel radiator, intercom phone, coved ceiling and two sash windows. The open plan kitchen area benefits from a range of eye level and base units with wood laminate rolled work tops over, tiled splash backs, integrated electric oven and ceramic hob with extractor hood over, sink/drainer unit and extractor fan.
13' 10'' max x 9' 1'' (4.22m max x 2.77m)
With double panel radiator and sash window.
With radiator, boiler cupboard, large storage cupboard and window.
With wood effect flooring, a white suite comprising bath with shower attachment over, pedestal hand basin and low level W.C, loft hatch, extractor fan and obscured window.
The gravelled communal garden offers space for washing lines and bins.
The property is currently in council tax band A with the rate payable for 2016/2017 being £1,098.10.
The property is sold with a 999 year lease which started in 1999. Each of the flat owners in the building also own a share of the freehold. The service charges and ground rent total £560 per annum,