A Grade II listed, two bedroom Ground floor apartment forming part of the Hexagon at the former St Martins Hospital. The property boasts high ceilings and raised windows giving spacious amount of accommodation. The location is excellent in this quiet part of the development, akin to a small cul-de-sac feel.
St Martins Hospital was built between 1836 and 1838 as the Bath Union Workhouse. This Georgian building, converted in 2006, has an unusual hexagonal style to its design with Y shaped wings creating unique living space.
The entrance hallway is long with sash windows at eye level allowing the light to flood whilst allowing privacy. At the end of the hallway is the living/dining room with dual aspect windows. A light modern space that allows room for ample furniture. The kitchen open to the side from the dining area, with a range of white cabinets and fitted appliances. This area layout is very sociable and logical.
Back along the hallway are two double bedrooms. The main bedroom has a deep set fitted double wardrobe with overhead space also. The high ceilings and king size bed further advertise the space available. The second bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe and study area is also a good size. There is a bathroom with a three piece suite along the hall and an airing cupboard.
Externally, an allocated parking space almost next to the property and communal gardens wrap around with lawns and benches to enjoy.
This property is ideally located between both Combe Down and Odd Down villages and reaps the benefits of all the amenities they both have to offer. There is an abundance of local schooling from nursery level right through to primary, senior and private schools. There is a large Sainsburys within a 5 minute walk, a Tesco Express with petrol station and further shops in both villages with Co-Op's, Deli, Post Offices and Bakeries among others. For recreation you will find Odd Down Cycle Track, Entry Hill golf course and a plethora of countryside walks. Read more