A one bedroomed, third floor apartment conversion with gas central heating, carpets, wooden blinds and telephone entry overlooking the courtyard. The accommodation comprises of entrance lobby, open plan lounge/dining area and kitchen with modern range of white units and contrasting Oak block effect worktops, built in fridge freezer, stainless electric oven, gas hob, extractor fan and a washing machine. There is a double bedroom with a cupboard and a bathroom having a bath with fully tiled surround and a mains shower over, fitted mirror and white sanitary ware. The former Natwest Building in St Martins Leicester has been redeveloped by Kaikoura Ltd after lying empty for many years. The building was designed by S Perkins and Pick and was built in 1900. It is a spectacular building with giant coupled columns on the upper floor and two round domed angle towers. This historic landmark building is Grade II listed and sits between Hotel Street and Grey Friars within St Martins, close to Leicester Cathedral. It is ideally situated for access to the City Centre and to Highcross Shopping Centre, the Cultural quarter and Curve theatre, Leicester and Demontfort Universities and to Leicester Royal Infirmary.