Chester – fancy living in a historic listed building within Chester’s City Walls?
Chester city centre living has just got even better with the sales launch of a boutique development of just five apartments located in one of Chester’s most historic streets
The apartments at Bridge Street Row East have been meticulously created to retain many historic features, whilst providing luxurious accommodation to suit modern living.
The apartments comprise a mix of studios, and one bedroom apartments, whilst the top floor penthouse offers a separate dining kitchen and exposed beams into the roof joists.
The apartments are located within one of the Rows, one of the four main streets of Chester City Centre. Dating from the medieval era, the Rows may have been built on top of rubble remaining from the ruins of Roman buildings, but their origin is still subject to speculation. The Rows were built in the four main streets leading from Chester Cross, each of which originated during the settlement’s early development.
In the Roman period the main street, now Watergate Street and Eastgate Street, lay on an east-west axis. It was joined at what is now Chester Cross by the main road from the south, present-day Bridge Street.
Chester – a First Rate Location
Cafes and restaurants are practically located on your front doorstep with Carluccios and Café Nero opposite. Piccolino and recently opened Opera Grill are just around the corner. Transport is well located for, should you ever want to leave Chester, with the mail rail station less than a mile away.
Chester has been voted one of the top five prettiest cities in Europe in a poll of Americans, beating of the likes of Venice and Paris and Rome. USA Today went on to explain that In Chester, Roman walls surround a charming collection of Tudor and Victorian buildings and a delightful shopping district filled with half-timbered shops.
Prices start from £135,000 for more information please contact LPC Living on 0800 587 8186 or email email@example.com