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Apartment 109


Canal view

One bedroom apartment

  • Exceptional canal view apartment with large balcony
  • Uninterrupted views of the canal and Merchant Square from lounge / dining room
  • Double bedroom with fitted wardrobe
  • Well appointed bathroom
  • Open-plan living room and kitchen with fitted appliances
  • 1 car parking space available

Help to buy scheme

Help to Buy available

General Specification

electrical & safety

  • Superfast broadband
  • Low energy downlighters to all principle rooms
  • BT TV connections
  • Entryphone system
  • iPhone and USB charger sockets above kitchen worktop


  • Fitted Porter kitchen with Snowball Quartz worktop
  • Bosch electric oven and ceramic hob
  • Bosch fitted microwave
  • Integrated fridge freezer
  • Integrated dishwasher
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Washer-drier in separate cupboard


  • Fully fitted bathrooms
  • Kaldewei Eurowa steel bath
  • Villeroy & Boch WC and washbasin
  • Methven taps and shower fittings
  • Methven dual outlet concealed mixer
  • Tekno porcelain grey tiling
  • Made-to-measure mirrors

interior finishes

  • Soft white / tones of grey throughout
  • Crown cut American white oak front door
  • Solid core internal doors with stainless steel lever furniture
  • White satin painted square edged skirting and architraves
  • Double glazed full height sliding glass doors

central heating

  • Individual gas boilers
  • Radiators with individual thermostatic valves
  • Electric heated chrome towel rail in bathrooms


  • Purpose made balconies with glass balustrades and aluminium hand rails

Each apartment comes complete with a 10-year warranty underwritten by Allianz against structural defects and includes a 6 month courtesy after sales visit.

Help to buy scheme

Help to Buy offers equity loans to first-time buyers as well as homeowners looking to move.

With a Help to Buy equity loan the Government lends you up to 20% of the cost of your newly built home, so you’ll only need a 5% cash deposit and 75% mortgage to make up the rest.

The history of Provender Mill

The original premises was designed by Evesham architect George Hunt and built by local contractors William Eassie & Co in 1862.

It comprised a six storey warehouse adjoining the canal with a two storey extension behind containing the mill machinery. A gabled wooden structure supported by pillars projected over the quay and an elevator was installed to lift seeds from the quay.

In the mill, linseed and cotton seed were crushed, heated and then pressed to extract the oil, and the residual slabs of cake were sold as cattle food.