Stratton and King are proud to present this brand new one bedroom, first floor apartment available at Amelia Lodge.
Amelia Lodge is a stylish development of 33 one and two-bedroom retirement apartments, situated in the exclusive Bristol suburb of Henleaze.
Amelia Lodge is named after the English novelist, journalist and Egyptologist, Amelia Edwards, who lived in Westbury-on-Trym since 1864 and was buried in St Mary’s Church, Henbury. She founded the Egypt Exploration Society in 1882 which today is still a leading archaeological organisation.
Amelia Lodge is ideally located close to all local amenities. It is just a short walk to Henleaze Road, with its wide selection of both independent and specialist stores, including butchers, bakers and delicatessen, all providing locally sourced food. The town holds a food and craft market every second Saturday of the month, which features 30 stalls selling a diverse range of produce from gourmet sausages, preserves, freshly baked bread and local honey to handmade chocolates, crafts and gifts.
Henleaze is less than 3 miles from Bristol city centre, where you will find a comprehensive choice of shopping, food and recreational facilities. The city of Bristol, the 2015 winner of the European Green Capital Award, is a real melting pot of architecture through the ages from the ruins of the Norman castle in Castle Park, to the gothic masterpieces of Bristol Cathedral and St Mary Redcliffe, as well as many museums and galleries. Cabot Circus has 140 shopping outlets within a safe, pedestrianised area, many eateries and coffee shops and a 13-screen cinema. Bristol has a packed programme of events with an exciting mix of music, literature, entertainment and outdoor fun. No matter what time of year it is, you will be guaranteed to find events that suit your interests.
Getting out and about couldn’t be easier. Henleaze is well served by public transport, with frequent bus services to Bristol. By road, the A38 from the South, and the M32 from the North are the main roads to the city of Bristol, and by rail Bristol is at the hub of the national rail network in the West of England; First Great Western and other major train operators run local, regional and inter-city services from Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway Station. Bristol International Airport offers extensive flights both to domestic and worldwide destinations.
Service Charge (Year Ending 31 May 2020): £2,577.35per annum. Collected by Millstream Management every 6 months
Ground rent £575 per annum. Collected by Millstream Management every 6 months
Council Tax Band D
125 year Lease commencing 2016
Pets allowed with permission from Managing agent.
Service charges include: Careline system, buildings insurance, water and sewerage rates, communal cleaning, utilities and maintenance, garden
maintenance, lift maintenance, lodge manager and a contribution to the contingency fund.