Refurbished and ready to go! This spacious two-bedroom apartment set in a sought after city centre location is an ideal first home or investment property to any landlords portfolio.
Sitting within the heart of Leicester’s Cultural quarter stands Alexandra House, originally constructed to store bootlaces in 1897 and described by Architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner
as “the finest warehouse in Leicester and one of the finest in the country” was designed by Leicester architect Edward Burgess for Faire Bros. Ltd.
Now used as residential premises, Alexandra House is complete with its own underground secure parking space and valet service accessed through an external communal square.
The apartment sits on the third floor, available via multiple lifts and stairs. Recently refurbished the property is ready to go, making it an ideal purchase for a first-time buyer or investment property to any landlord portfolio. In brief, the property comprises two double bedrooms, with ensuite and built-in wardrobing to the master, a three-piece family bathroom and a spacious lounge kitchen diner.
Rooms & Dimensions:
Kitchen Lounge Diner: 4.33m x 5.35m (Max)
Bedroom 1: 4.16m x 5.00m (Max)
Ensuite: 2.15m x 2.00m (Max)
Bedroom 2: 2.42m x 2.65m (Max)
Family Bathroom: 2.42m x 2.33m (Max)
Leasehold 113 years
Ground rent: £250 pa
Service charge: £311.62 pcm
Viewings and Directions:
Strictly by appointment only through the sole agent Fraser Stretton
Postcode for Sat Nav: LE1 1SS
Council Tax Band: B
Tenure: Leasehold (113 years)
Ground Rent: £250 per year
Service Charge: £3,720 per year