Bristol Property Centre are delighted to offer to the sales market rare opportunity to purchase a delightful apartment, set within a stunning grade ll listed development. Formally an Alms-house in the late 1800's No 18 The Three Kings Court is situated on the ground floor. In brief the apartment comprises of a living area, kitchen, double bedroom, w/c and a shower room.
Communal entrance leading to communal areas and private door opening into
Doors giving access to cloakroom, shower room, sitting room and bedroom. Electric heater.
Window to rear elevation. Wash hand basin. W.C. Heated towel rail.
Sitting Room 10' 8" x 8' 3" ( 3.25m x 2.51m )
Window to rear elevation. Electric heater. Opening to
Kitchen 10' 8" x 8' 10" ( 3.25m x 2.69m )
Window to rear elevation. Range of wall and base units with granite worktops. Single bowl stainless steel sink unit. Electric oven and hob with cooker hood over. Built in and concealed dishwasher and fridge. Space and services for washing machine. Electric heater.
Window to front elevation. Electric heater. Storage cupboard. Feature ceiling.
Shower cubicle and wash hand basin. Towel rail.
To the front of the building are well maintained communal gardens.
Location - Colston street is a Road steeped in character and is a well sought after location providing easy access to the shops, bars and restaurants Park Row/Park Street has to offer, this said the property is equally as close to Cabot Circus, bri, Bristol University and Bristol Temple Meads.
Foster’s House is a 'Burgundian domestic Gothic’ group of buildings at the top of the historic Christmas Steps in Bristol city centre. The almshouse was originally founded by bequest from 15th century merchant John Foster in 1482, a Bristol ship builder and salt merchant, who traded actively with Iceland. The almshouse has been rebuilt twice, first in 1708 and again in 1883, making the present building 128 years old. The site includes the almshouse buildings, three shops fronting onto Christmas Steps, and a chapel. The chapel is believed to be unique in Britain as it is dedicated to the Three Kings of Cologne, a cult that is believed to have arrived in Bristol as a result of trade with the Rhineland. The chapel was restored in 1883 and again in 1962. The almshouse was originally founded by bequest from 15th century merchant John Foster in 1482. The west wing of the current building was built in 1861, the north wing in 1872, and the south and east wings in 1880-83 by Foster and Wood. The Chapel of the Three Kings of Cologne, which was built for the use of those living in the Almshouse, was restored at the same time. The building has many original features including decorated ceilings.
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The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of the Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. You are advised to check the availability of this property before travelling any distance to view. We have taken every precaution to ensure that these details are accurate and not misleading. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact us and we will provide any information you require. This is advisable, particularly if you intend to travel some distance to view the property. The mention of any appliances or services within these details does not imply they are in full and efficient working order. These particulars are in draft form awaiting Vendors confirmation of their accuracy. These details must therefore be taken as a guide only and approved details should be requested from the agents.
Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the measurements of the rooms these are approximate and no responsibility is taken for any error, omission, or mis-statement.
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