FLAT 4, BANK HOUSE, 12 CROFTS LANE, HEREFORDSHIRE HR9 7AB, UK
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Last Sold: NOV 2017
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AI think: £138,539
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Agents think: £175,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £156,146
Richard Butler Sales & Lettings Agent Valuation of this property is £175,000
A delightfully appointed, two bedroom town centre first floor apartment which offers light and spacious accommodation with superb open plan kitchen/living space and a wealth of original features. Viewing is highly recommended.
Bank House is a stunning Regency building nestled within yards of shopping and social facilities, yet within easy reach of excellent road links to the midlands via the M50/M5 and South Wales via the A40/M4. The cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Cheltenham are all within easy reach.
The property is entered via:
Communal front entrance hall with hardwood door leading to communal stairwell. Original elegant staircase leads to first floor landing leading to:
Front Entrance Door:
Hardwood door leading into:
With original coving to ceiling. Wall lights, radiator, telephone entry system. Wood panelled door to:
Open Plan Living/Kitchen/Dining Area: 22'7" x 15'8" (6.88m x 4.78m).
A fantastic light and spacious area with lovely large period sash windows which flood the room with an abundance of natural sunlight.
Open plan living area with recessed period style book case. Radiators, wall lights. Period alcoves with under cabinet storage and uplighters for display niches. Fire surround with display mantle. Ornate period cornice and coving throughout.
Being well equipped with a range of white gloss base and wall mounted units with integrated induction hob with stainless steel splash back and extractor hood over. Under cabinet oven with grill. Plumbing for dishwasher and integrated larder style fridge/freezer. One and a half bowl drainer sink unit. Granite worktops with upstands and under cabinet lighting. Oak flooring throughout the living space and kitchen area. Power points, TV and telephone points. Concealed door to:
Bedroom 2/Study: 11' x 6'5" (3.35m x 1.96m).
A period circular sash window with secondary glazing to front aspect. Period dado rail and coving to ceiling, fitted radiator, power points and telephone point.
From the hallway a door provides access to:
Bedroom 1: 11'10" x 10'11" (3.61m x 3.33m).
A lovely size double bedroom with period original sash window with secondary glazing to side aspect with fantastic outlook down the town centre. Recessed wardrobe with under cabinet storage, period fire surround with integrated cast iron fire and decorative side panels. Dado rail, coving to ceiling, original skirting boards, fitted radiator, telephone point and power points. Recessed wardrobe with hanging rail and storage.
With recessed cabinet leading to space and plumbing for automatic washing machine with storage above. Further recessed storage cupboard housing electric boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. Modern white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with fitted mirror, light and shaver point. 'P' shaped bath with curved shower screen and Grohe mains pressured shower. Tiled splashbacks, recessed ceiling spotlights and full length almost floor to ceiling stainless steel ladder style heated towel rail.
With bin storage and bike area.
From the communal staircase and front entrance area a door provides access down to:
Having been partitioned off into separate lockable storage areas for each individual flat.
On Foot: Proceed right from the office taking the next turning right down Hill Street, take the next left down Croft Lane and the property will be found a short distant along on the left hand side.<br /><br />