This area is dominated by magnificent flagstone flooring and a curved stone staircase with wrought iron detail.
This spacious and elegant public room is situated to the front of the apartment. Two magnificent sash windows afford impressive views over the gardens of Queen Street. There is a traditional fireplace, intricate cornicing, and panelling to dado height. The room is furnished to a high standard with two elegant sofas, a leather chaise and impressive artwork adorns the walls.
Located to the rear this, flagstone- floored kitchen is fitted to an exacting standard that any chef would appreciate: restaurant grade gas range; char grill; microwave (for the less established cook); fridge freezer and dishwasher. The furniture is white with stainless steel appliances and slate worktops. There is a good working area as well as a table and chairs sitting up to eight. An interconnecting door allows access to the dining room.
The dining room is bow shaped and situated to the rear with a tall sash window giving magnificent views to the north. It is panelled to dado height and has an original fireplace. A dining suite allows seating for up to fourteen. There is a bar area cleverly hidden behind a bow shaped door. This can also be accessed from the drawing room and so allows access between both rooms.
Use of this room requires a higher damages deposit.
This room is situated to the front overlooking the garden areas and has a traditional fireplace. It is furnished with a bed sofa allowing overnight accommodation for two. The master controls for the stereo system and satellite television are located in this room.
An interconnecting door leads into the drawing room.
When not in use as a bedroom, this area is utilised as a communal family room with a 42 " flat screen tv, a cupboard with young children's toys and offers a reasonable sized library of books. The apartment's broadband router is located here.