An apartment in a converted church has come onto the market in Bath – and it’s beautiful.
The Spire on Coronation Avenue is one of the city’s landmarks, a short walk from the coveted Moorland Road and Bear Flat.
A small slice of its grandeur could be yours for just £ 325,000 and with two bedrooms it would be ideal for a couple who wanted a spare bedroom or home office.
Converted in 2016, the building was once a Moravian church – its red brick exterior marked it as quite unusual in Bath.
It has been restored and decorated with beautiful modern colors and finishes, with skylights, quartz countertops and white elements in the kitchen.
You can take a peek inside using our gallery below.
There is very little for the buyer for the buyer to do other than move in, as the apartment is clean and fresh, with lots of natural light.
Although this is a compact space, you still get the expansive feeling of being in a church, thanks to the high ceilings and hidden storage.
The open plan living room is perfect for entertaining, with space for everyone to separate into small groups without leaving the main party.
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Stunning original features – like the arched windows – have been preserved and give this apartment a period charm that you won’t find in new construction.
You can open the curtains in your living room each morning for a tranquil view of the gardens and terraces of traditional Bath stone houses.
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But gaining character doesn’t mean you have to compromise on modern essentials, like parking. There is a space attached to the apartment, as well as a secure bicycle storage room.
In other practical aspects, several general practitioners and dentists can be found nearby on Junction Road and Oldfield Park train station is just half a mile away.
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This notice was published: 2021-05-15 23:00:00