- Two bedroom first floor apartment located within a Grade II listed building dating back to 1785
- Stunning communal entrance with stone stairwell, wrought ironmongery and glass dome to the roof
- Large, spacious living room flooded with natural light through the two large sash windows
- Fitted kitchen with a wealth of cupboards and integral appliances
- Property also benefits from en bloc single garage
- Surrounded by beautifully tendered gardens offering maturity and awash with colour
- Apartment 23 is the largest of the apartments located within Rockwood House
- Two double bedrooms, both offering fitted wardrobes
- Four piece bathroom with roll top bath plus separate cloakroom
- Offered to the market with no onward chain
Welcome to number 23, Rockwood House, a two bedroom, first floor apartment located within a Grade II Listed building that can be dated back to 1785 offered to the market with No Onward Chain and situated within well stocked, well tendered gardens that offer maturity and are awash with colour.
The picturesque medieval market town of Chipping Sodbury is located approx. six miles from Junction 14 of the M5 and around six miles from Junction 18 of the M4. Larger towns and cities of Bath, Bristol and Cheltenham can be accessed within a 30-minute drive. The historic town lies at the foot of the southern Cotswold escarpment in southern Gloucestershire. It's main street consists of 17th century Cotswold stone buildings and elegant 18th century Georgian shop facades. It also has a golf club, tennis club and several cafes, restaurants and renowned public houses.
Chipping Sodbury also hosts a twice-yearly Mop Fair. Mop Fairs have been a tradition of English towns for hundreds of years. A farmers market is also held twice a month, on the second and fourth Saturdays.
Returning to the property, one cannot help but be impressed as you drive up the long private drive to the pillared portico building, which sits effortlessly in its surroundings. Rockwood House, formerly a country estate, is a Listed 18th century building, which once stood in 41 acres. Former owners include wine merchants and quarrying families including the High Sheriff of Bristol. Walking into the imposing communal entrance hall simply enhances the appeal of the building. The entrance is spacious, welcoming and the sweeping staircase with wrought iron spindles is a delight, as is the glass cupola dome located over the stairwell, flooding the area full of natural light.
Once in the apartment the period of the building is evident from the large sash windows, which allows for a wonderful overview of the garden, as well as the high ceilings found throughout. Accommodation includes a large and spacious living room, two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes, a four-piece bathroom which includes a freestanding, roll top bath.
Final rooms completing the accommodation include a separate cloakroom and kitchen, which offers an array of fitted units and integral appliances.
Outside, the property includes a single en bloc garage, unallocated parking to the front of the building and use of the communal garden which cannot help but be used and enjoyed.
Start date of Lease: 19th July 1993
Length of lease: 125 years from 9th July 1993
Years remaining on lease: 99 years
Service Charge to include Buildings Insurance: £2512 per year
Ground Rent: £100 per year
Management Company: Rockwood House Management Company
Agents note: As this is a leasehold property you are likely to be responsible for management charges and ground rent. You may also incur fees for items such as leasehold packs and in addition you will also need to check the remaining length of the lease. You must therefore consult with your legal representatives on these matters at the earliest opportunity before making a decision to purchase.
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav - BS37 7BW. Upon entering Rockwood House, continue along the driveway. At the main house turn right and follow the driveway along where the entrance to the property can be found
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.