St Thomas Square, Monmouth, NP25
- Two Bedroomed Apartment
- Communal Garden
- Walking Distance to Amenities
This is an exciting opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented apartment set in a prime location overlooking the river Monnow and St Thomas' Square, close to the river and the iconic Monnow Bridge in this sought-after historic market town. The building has two shops on the ground floor with the 4 apartments on 2 floors above, all having the benefit of a spacious, landscaped communal garden.
The building has a painted render finished with inset double-glazed sash windows to front and UPVC casement windows to the rear and wooden external doors. There are two sets of communal entrances and staircases to the two upper floors and they all share a communal courtyard garden at the back. The apartments been converted and finished to a high standard and have moulded skirtings and architraves, with four panel internal doors with stainless steel furniture. Heating is via automated electric convector heaters. Domestic hot water is via tanks with electric immersion heaters. Each has door entry systems and hardwired fire alarm systems with sprinklers throughout. Each is being offered on a lease (term to be confirmed) overseen via a bespoke limited management company to protect the interests of all owners. Each is being sold with the benefit of a 7-year architect's certificate.
The entrance to 13A & 13B from the pavement is to the front left of the building through a part glazed door into the COMUNAL HALLWAY: with door into services cupboard. Pine staircase with square balustrades and newel posts to both floors to; FIRST FLOOR LANDING: with front door into;
APARTMENT 2 (13A): £185,000: Hallway with door entry telephone, electric consumer unit and roof access trap up to boarded roof space. Doors into the following:
KITCHEN:: 3.32m x 2.07m (10'11" x 6'9"), Window overlooking the back garden and attractive countryside views beyond. Corian worktop and matching upstand along one wall with inset single drainer stainless steel sink and mixer tap. Neue electric four ring hob with convector oven under and stainless-steel extractor above. Painted panelled cupboards and drawers set under with built in washer/dryer and dishwasher. Pair of doors into matching wall cupboard. Low voltage downlighters. Wood effect ceramic tiled floor.
LOUNGE:: 3.77m x 3.09m (12'4" x 10'2") opening into recess, South facing window with views across to the church and open countryside beyond.
STUDY/ BEDROOM TWO:: 2.29m x 2.19m (7'6" x 7'2"), Window to front with views across to the church and open countryside beyond. Door into airing cupboard with hot water tank.
FAMILY BATHROOM:: Contemporary white suite with P-shaped bath, curved shower screen, mixer valve with head on adjustable rail. Ceramic panelling to three walls. Low level W.C. Square basin set into vanity unit. Mosaic tiled splashback. Wood effect ceramic floor tiles. Extractor fan.
BEDROOM ONE:: 3.76m x 2.53m (12'4" x 8'4") average, Window with views across the church and open countryside beyond.
The entrance to apartments 1 & 2 (9 St Thomas Square) is from the pavement is to the front right of the building through a Upvc panelled front door with glazed panel into a communal passageway accessing the COMUNAL GARDENS. Services cupboard. A part glazed UPVC door leads into STAIRWELL with pine staircases two floors.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:: With window to back. Panelled front door with glazed panel into;
COMMUNAL GARDENS:: Only the apartments have use of these which are at the back of the building and there is a combination of gravelled and paved areas interspaced with trees and shrubs and a timber decked sun terrace. Covered area for bicycles.
PARKING:: Will be available via the local authority permit system for either the carpark or on the street.
SERVICES:: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Council tax band TBC; EPC bands TBC.
DIRECTIONS:: From Monnow Street cross over the pedestrianised Monnow Bridge and the property is on the curve to your right just before the St Thomas's roundabout which can be accessed by car via the new Monnow Bridge and Drybridge Street.