Posted on: 27th September 2021 | Comments: 0 Comments

Elegant Newcastle flat boasts underfloor warmth

With an asking price of £1.2 million, one of the Newcastle’s most select apartments has gone on sale, offering future residents unrivalled comforts, including underfloor heating.

Situated within a historic building in Newcastle’s Jesmond, the stylish duplex residence at Princess Mary Court is a sought-after address in the city. Located inside Abbot Memorial Building, the property is part of the Brandling Village Conservation Area.

With three bedrooms, the impressive two-floor apartment is exceptionally spacious and has been subject to a luxury conversion to meet exacting standards. The flat was sympathetically refurbished and re-modelled by its current owners, who spared no expense on the project.

Impeccably presented, it boasts premium features, from its underfloor heating system to lighting designed by John Cullen of London, the architectural illumination specialist. Cast iron radiators, hardwood doors, woollen carpeting and custom-built cabinetry are all examples of the fine attention to detail taken regarding its fixtures and fittings.

Rooms fitted with appliances like the beautifully lit kitchen and opulent bathrooms both benefit from space saving and luxurious underfloor heating. Both feature premium flooring solutions to maximise the potential of the underfloor warmth. The kitchen is tiled, while the bathrooms are fitted with limestone, slate and marble, all exceptional options for heat conductivity.

Other rooms include a drawing room, dining room and mezzanine lounge area for entertaining that are accessed by double doors. Showcase features include a sweeping staircase, an in-built state-of-the-art media centre, a heated vanity mirror and a balustrade crafted from glass.

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