60 The General is an exquisite two-bedroom apartment, situated on the second- floor (with lift access) of this historic landmark building, covering circa 1,160 sq. Ft. Of floor space and arranged over two floors.
The apartment is a perfect space in which to relax, work or entertain, with a feeling of space and light throughout complete with oversized windows, double height ceilings and a sprawling west facing balcony which overlooks the water and Bathurst Marina.
The apartment has a calming contemporary feel with lime washed oak floors in the entrance hall, reception room and kitchen and a high quality carpet on the stairs, across the landing and in the bedrooms.
Accessed via a charming curved front door an impressive entrance hall offers access via French doors to a stunning reception room and kitchen; with double height ceilings and naturally lit by an oversize sash window with bespoke hardwood 'New England' style shutters and an oversized glazed door opening to the west-facing balcony; each with a period fanlight above.
It is a wonderfully comfortable place to relax and unwind, stroll out onto the balcony for fresh air, or simply sit back and enjoy an al-fresco meal views over the Bathurst Basin and marina.
The kitchen itself is modern and beautifully appointed with an array of Neff appliances; including a double oven and grill, ceramic hob as well as an integrated full height fridge/freezer and a dishwasher.
For those who enjoy cooking, the kitchen offers an expanse of sleek worktop surfaces and array of storage options, including a sizeable granite topped island and a large storage cupboard or pantry.
To the opposite side of the entrance hall is a well-proportioned second bedroom which features the same impressive oversize sash windows, views over the water and boat masts and an additional oversized glazed door with further access out to the balcony - which runs the entire width of the apartment.
The second bedroom is served by a stylish fully tiled bathroom / guest WC, complete with an overhead shower, wall-mounted sink, vanity mirror a heated towel ladder. Opposite to the bathroom is yet another additional storage cupboard as well as a utility cupboard which houses a plumbed in washing machine and dryer.
Without doubt however, the master bedroom is superb and has exceptional views from its elevated position being perched above the sitting room on its own mezzanine level. The bedroom is effortlessly cosy, yet still very spacious and extremely well proportioned with the added benefit of enjoying private use of a bespoke and hand built dressing room and en-suite with a walk-in oversized shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c, vanity mirror and a heated towel ladder. Adjacent to the master bedroom is a small mezzanine study or reading room.
60 The General enjoys access to a private decked west facing balcony with views over the marina, water and chimney tops of the Bathurst Basin. Circa 30 plus ft. Long the balcony is spacious enough to enjoy all day long; from a morning coffee and breakfast to a small table and chairs for dinner.
60 The General has an allocated underground parking space with lift access and access to a secure bike store.
The General is a stunning Grade II Listed apartment building situated on the edge of Bathurst Basin and the Avon Cut, on the edge of Bristol's historic floating harbour, forming part of City & Country's award-winning development of the former Bristol General Hospital. Within the General's development are two Michelin star restaurants - Casamia and Paco Tapas - whilst within a mile or so are many of Bristol's best restaurants and casual dining venues including the award-winning cargo just 0.4 miles away.
The property is within walking distance of cultural venues such as The Tobacco Factory, Bristol Old Vic and Colston Hall, and also Bristol Temple Meads station. Extensive shopping is available just over 1 mile away; with a Harvey Nichols, Marks and Spencers and Showcase Cinema. Clifton Village is a little under 2 miles to the west, while the Ashton Court Estate (2.5 miles) provides 850 miles of open parkland.