2 bed house in Upper Town
About the Property
Chestertons is delighted to exclusively offer to market this spacious house perched in an Upper Town location with beautiful views of the Bay of Gibraltar. Arranged over two floors, this deceptively spacious home boasts two large double bedrooms, a well designed kitchen, two bathrooms and garage with enough room for either a small car or two mopeds. Furthermore, you benefit from an enclosed terrace space with incredible Westerly views. Only steps away from town with its commercial and entertainment offerings and currently undergoing somewhat of a renaissance, the upper town is one of the few places where it is still possible to find value, with a number of older properties with large dimensions ripe for renovation and redevelopment. Viewing essential.
Accessing the property roadside, you enter into what could be described as an enclosed terrace. The space is fully weather-tight and is adjacent with an open plan layout with the garage. Currently being used as a social space, this area of the home boasts wood effect floor tiles and two large windows that capture the stunning West facing views. From here you can see the wonderful Bay of Gibraltar with the African and Spanish coastlines as well as the Strait.
Useful garage space benefitting from an up and over garage door and space for a small car or two mopeds.
Descending a flight of stairs from the enclosed terrace you happen upon the first of the property's bathrooms. Boasting a white suite, large shower with glass doors and wall attached rain shower head and separate handheld attachment, wall mounted heated towel rail and natural light and ventilation. The room also benefits from a stone effect floor and wall covering that gives the space a rustic feel.
The kitchen is a practical space with a good amount of wall and floor storage in the form of light wood effect cupboards and a contrasting black Silastone worktop with a glitter effect. Appliances include a Samsung fridge freezer, Amica dishwasher, Beko washing machine and Belling oven and grill. The room benefits from a high ceiling and natural light and ventilation gained from the West facing window with partial Bay views. Furthermore you avail of a set of stairs that lead you to the lower floor and bedrooms.
West facing lounge room with high ceiling and benefitting from a wood effect floor tile, dado rail, central ceiling fan and wall mounted living flame fire. Once again you avail of partial Bay of Gibraltar views, capturing the impressive Strait of Gibraltar and the African coastline in the distance.
Generously proportioned size double bedroom availing of high ceilings, ceiling mounted fan, coving, double wardrobes and a West facing window allowing for partial Bay of Gibraltar views.
Accessed via a set of stairs that descend from the kitchen you come to bedroom number two. This again is a spacious double bedroom with natural light and ventilation with a Western orientation. The room benefits from a wood effect floor tile, a ceiling mounted fan, wall-mounted heated towel rail and clothes hanging space.
Currently being refurbished, this wet style bathroom has the facility for a contemporary shower. The white suite of toilet and sink are set in a corner alcove with natural light and ventilation with a further side storage area with decorative tiles. The while space benefits from a wood effect floor tile.
Internal 97 sq m
No Service charge
Rates £700 pa approx
- Spacious rooms
- Enclosed terrace
- Upper Town location
- West facing Bay views
About the location
Gibraltar is steeped in history, culture and diversity – did you know the skull of a Neanderthal woman was discovered here in 1848 and was only the second Neanderthal skull ever found and the first adult Neanderthal skull to be discovered, eight years before the discovery of the skull for which the species was named in Neanderthal! The upper town offers a treat for anyone wanting to learn more about Gibraltar’s history or just explore the Rock. Including St Michael’s Cave, the Moorish Castle, the Great Siege Tunnels & WWII tunnels, Princess Caroline’s Battery and, of course, not forgetting the Apes Den.