1 Bedroom Flat For Sale
Bank House has a date stone of 1901 and was designed by VA Lawson, the property has been Listed Grade II for its historical importance and mentioned in Pevsner’s Buildings of England. The handsome property occupies a prominent position just off the town’s Market Place and a short walk from the charming parish church of St Mary. It accommodated Lloyds Bank for many years.
The property was sympathetically converted into four residential dwellings whilst retaining the ground floor retail unit in 2019. Number 2 Bank House lies to the second floor and offers a spacious and bright apartment extending to a gross internal floor area of approximately 647 sq ft (60.1 sq m) excluding the basement. Presented to a high decorative standard, the property briefly comprises living room with two windows enjoying westerly aspect views to the front, lobby to the double bedroom and well-appointed shower room. The kitchen offers a good range of base and wall mounted units with built-in appliances, large window to rear and ample space for dining.
To the basement lies a cellar which is included in the sale.
Subject to the usual consents, the layout could provide the division of the sitting room to offer a further bedroom.
The property is sold on a 250-year lease from January 2020 with a ground rent of £125 per annum. Management cost of £308 (2023) this covers buildings insurance, general maintenance and sinking fund. All mains’ services with the exception of gas are connected. Council tax band ‘B’ charges 2023/24 £1,614.81. EPC exempt. Local Authority, Cotswold District Council (01285) 623000.