City centre rooftop apartment living just got a whole lot cheaper.
A flat which commands views across the Leicester city skyline has just dropped in price by a massive 24 per cent.
In the heart of the city’s Cultural Quarter, the property is cheek by jowl with the dramatic Curve theatre and gazes out over the urban landscape and beyond.
This two-bedroom top floor flat in Alexander House – a Grade II listed building – can be yours for an offer in the region of £224,000.
Completed in 1897, Alexandra House was designed by Leicester architect Edward Burgess for Faire Bros. Ltd, one of the largest boot and shoe lace manufacturers in the world.
It was restored in the early 2000s and converted into apartments.
The property’s large balcony runs the width of the property with access from the living area and the master bedroom.
The fabulous elevated views are not overlooked by other apartment buildings.
Other notable features include a 24-hour attended entrance, with secure keyless entry to the communal entrance hall, free secure valet car parking, a private communal courtyard with secure bicycle storage.
The flat is being sold by Doorsteps.co.uk on 0208 128 0677.
For more information about the property go to Zoopla.
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