2 Bed Flat  Let  Generator Hall  Coventry  West Midlands  CV1  
£1,500 pcm
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1894, Coventry needed power. In 1895 the first Power Station in Coventry began serving the community. The switch on was just the start. The Power Station became the crucial factor in a growing community and rapidly expanded to supply surrounding factories including famous names like Daimler, Standard and Coventry Eagle. The massive turbines generated megawatts for local consumption and were fuelled by coal from local pits, shipped via the canal a neat arrangement all-round. Now Electric Wharf is revived, retaining the best of the Victorian architecture to create stunning spaces, this time buzzing with the life of creative industries and the power of new technology.

Electric Wharf is a community of creative people living and working in a dynamic and attractive canal side environment where converted existing buildings and retained features of the industrial past, together with Architect designed modern additions, come together to create unique spaces for business.

Re-using old buildings and using recycled materials in new construction saves raw materials and reduces land-fill. Working in a community of similar businesses within a short walk of the city centre, reduces vehicle journeys and saves time and money. Living sedum roofs retain water and soften hard urban edges. Electric Wharf`s environmental aspects compliment the creative environment at the heart of this unique development.

Artistic involvement runs throughout the design of Electric Wharf with an extravagant flourish in the external areas. At the main entrance, Esther Rolinson has created `trace elements`, a major artwork using LED lighting embedded in reclaimed railway sleepers, a theme which will be continued along the canal frontage in later phases. The original character of the buildings has been recorded by local photographer, Charlie Gallagher and embedded in the finished product through the use of reclaimed materials as integral parts of the scheme.

Strictly by appointment via Lawrence Property Consultants.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS 2003 - Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your cooperation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.

MEASUREMENTS - The measurements indicated are supplied for guidance only and as such must be considered incorrect. Potential buyers / tenants are advised to recheck the measurements before committing to any expense.

TENURE - We understand from the vendor(s) that the property is LEASEHOLD. Lawrence Property Consultants has not sought to verify the legal title of the property and any buyer must obtain verification from their solicitor if they should have any doubts.

FURTHER INFORMATION - For further details on our services and a full list of other properties available at www.lpcestates.co.uk

The Energy Performance Rating is D. A full copy of the EPC is available to download on line via the EPC Register

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Electric Wharf is a street in the settlement of Coventry which is within the electoral area of Radford Ward in the administration area of Coventry District Council located in the West Midlands Euro Region of the UK.

Electric Wharf is located 87.25 miles North West from the centre of London, 0.67 miles North from the centre of Coventry, 17 miles East from the centre of Birmingham and 22.02 miles South West from the centre of Leicester.

Electric Wharf is approximately 54.80 miles from the sea (tidal high water mark) and is 96 metres above sea level

Band: - 2014/15 - � - Local authority reference: - For council tax band please contact the number below: Coventry City Council 024 7683 3333. The band values for every property in England and Wales will now appear on the Valuation Office Agency`s website. This can be accessed on

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Development Grounds

Allocated Parking Bay

Generator Hall Entrance

Entrance Hallway

Luxury Fitted Shower Room

Bedroom Two - 16'4" (4.98m) x 10'6" (3.2m)

Bedroom One - 10'6" (3.2m) x 7'7" (2.31m)

Luxury Fitted En-suite Shower Room

Open Plan Living Area - 23'7" (7.19m) x 18'1" (5.51m)


Storage Cupboard

Water Tank Cupboard

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Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)
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