Relax in an attractive setting in Lady Bluebell apartment, which blends antique charm with modern style in its decor and furnishings. The spacious open-plan living, kitchen and dining room provides a comfortable leather sofa and armchair, with a 40” TV with Freeview channels, a DVD player, and a Bluetooth speaker for your entertainment. The lounge area also has a wood-burning stove for added ambience and bi-fold doors which will take you out onto your own private terraced area.
The fitted kitchen has everything you’d expect, with an electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge, coffee machine, dishwasher, and washing machine. A second fridge/freezer in a cupboard in the hallway provides storage space for additional food. Afterwards, you can take a seat at the dining table, which sits in a prime location next to a large bay window, guaranteeing you a bright and airy ambience and gorgeous views while you eat.
This welcoming apartment has three bedrooms. The first contains a super-king bed, which can also be arranged as two twin beds if required. Its en-suite wet room means it’s ideal for older people or those with disabilities. The second bedroom has a double bed, as well as an en-suite shower room. In the third bedroom is another king-sized bed which can be made up as two singles, and it has its own en-suite bathroom, too.
Additional storage space is available in the large entrance hall.
Lady Bluebell is part of a listed building constructed in the ‘Arts and Crafts’ architectural style, emphasising the elegance of traditional craftsmanship and design which is evident throughout the property. The apartment is named for Lady Bluebell Walker, owner of the house from 1930 to 1960 alongside her husband, Sir William Walker.