This charming and characterful two storey apartment is situated in a period Grade II listed former brewery, which was converted into modern and contemporary living accommodation in approximately 2001. The property has been sympathetically converted with a charming exterior with feature brick arches and internally exposed iron pillars, gull wing ceilings and internal brickwork detail. The terraced garden from this apartment enjoys spectacular views of the River Severn and onwards to The Quarry.
Leading from the communal hallway apartment A3 is located in the original brewery building. The contemporary front door opens to the hallway of the apartment with matwell, tiled wood effect floor and an opening to the sitting room. This spacious sitting rooms features gull wing ceilings and a window plus doors leading to the Juliet balcony with riverside views. There is a continuation of the wood effect tiles floor. On this floor, and leading from the hallways is a storage cupboard and a double bedroom with gull wing ceiling, obscure glazed window to the front. The ensuite shower room has been recently refitted with a double shower cubicle.
Stairs from the hallway lead down to the ground floor corridor with laundry cupboard under the stairs. The light and bright dining kitchen has been stylishly refitted in contemporary flat fronted cream units with wooden worktops and stainless steel accents. The integrated appliances include dishwasher, fridge freezer, oven, hob and microwave. There is space for a central table and freestanding furniture. Period features include gull wing ceilings, exposed brick walls and feature wrought iron pillars. The floor is finished in a slate effect tile and double doors lead to the large terrace with a continuation of the tiles. The terrace is an outstanding feature of this property, with river views and plentiful space for alfresco living.
A further double bedroom, with fitted bespoke oak storage cupboards and ensuite bathroom completes the downstairs accommodation.