Accommodation (all measurements approximate)
When you buy an apartment within the historic Claremont Hall you buy a piece of architectural history. Originally built by George Weare Braikenridge a prolific collector of antiquities and a successful Bristol merchant. The Braikenridge family used Claremont Hall as a summer residence believing in the principle that by taking the sea air one would improve their health. This early Victorian property was gothicised in 1866 and is one of the areas most credited properties of this period.
The main living room within this flat was at one time the former library complete with heraldic ceiling with numerous coats of arms of eminent Bristolian families.
The conversion of the flats took place in the early 1990's with the careful preservation of the original architectural features whilst introducing exciting modern day luxuries.
This fabulous apartment takes full advantage of this elevated and south facing aspect with views to both the Mendips and the channel. Stone mullion windows are almost floor to ceiling.
An impressive entrance with double doors which open to a fine meeting Hall with the low rising staircase winding up and with the most stunning minstrels gallery looking down upon this impressive hall and reception area.
An original solid entrance door opens to a Hallway some 24'3" long With oak parquet flooring, beautiful wooden panelling and with large stone mullion windows. Two beautifully carved doors original to the property open to the most stunning:
Open Plan Lounge/Dining Room
22' 2'' x 21' 3'' (6.75m x 6.47m)
With ceilings some 14' high and adorned with numerous coats of arms which have been carefully documented. The most impressive stone mullion bay window complete with window seat looks in a southerly direction out over Clevedon towards the Mendip hills, the Bristol Channel, the island of Steepholm and beyond the Quantock hills. This great room provides character and style in abundance, a beautiful stone fireplace now with living flame coal effect gas fire creates the perfect focal point during those cold winter months. An expanse of oak parquet flooring raises the quality and makes this the perfect room for entertaining. Within this main room an area has been set aside for the:
17' 0'' x 9' 6'' (5.18m x 2.89m)
Fitted with a range of oak fronted wall and base kitchen units with built in appliances which include an oven with grill, four ring gas hob with extractor above and integrated freezer and dishwasher. One and half bowl sink unit, spotlighting.
18' 0'' x 12' 4'' (5.48m x 3.76m)
Again a beautiful and stylish room complete with its original period ceiling, surrounding picture rail and high moulded skirtings. A fine stone minster style fireplace. Splendid stone mullion window again enjoys fabulous southerly views.
12' x 11'5" max 11'0" min
A beautiful stone mullion window enjoying those impressive southerly views, high moulded skirtings, surrounding picture rail, access up to useful storage with further access into the extensive roof void with potential for development subject to planning.
7' 9'' x 7' 9'' (2.36m x 2.36m)
With two charming stone mullion windows with the original stain glass panels.
With contemporary white suite comprising panelled bath with folding glass shower screen and shower, Sottini washbasin set into a vanity unit which also incorporates a WC with concealed cistern, tiled walls and floors, extractor fan and ladder style radiator.
Useful Utility Cupboard
with plumbing for washing machine and access to the gas fired boiler
An impressive pillared entrance and driveway leads to the parking with allocated parking for two cars for Apartment 11. There are additional visitors parking spaces.
There is use of a decking area proving ideal for entertaining in those summer months.
Tenure: Leasehold 999 years from the early 1990's.
Management Company: Woods
Management Charges: £117.39 per calendar month which includes building insurance.
(The information relating to the Lease and Management Company has been provided by our clients but we advise this information is re-checked at the time of purchase).
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