DescriptionA deceptively spacious and nicely appointed, first floor duplex apartment, enjoying pleasant, elevated town views and superbly situated central to the high street. Benefiting from upvc double glazing and having sizeable and nicely presented accommodation over two floors comprising: Reception hall, L-shaped lounge/diner, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom and a rear communal terrace setting. Offered with no upward chain.
Access to the first floor duplex apartment is gained via The Bear Public House car park leading to a discreet communal footway. This in turn leads to a communal staircase rising onto a communal terrace and leading to the opaque double glazed entrance door giving access into the reception hall.
With upvc opaque double glazed side door window to the rear elevation, wall mounted electric heater, recently laid feature woodgrain effect vinyl flooring and stairs with handrail rising to the first floor galleried style landing. Feature opaque part panelled glazed door giving access into the kitchen and panelled door providing access into the spacious L-shaped lounge/diner.
Spacious L-Shaped Lounge/Diner
Approximately 11' 0" (3.35m) extending to 20' 8" (6.3m) x 12' 6" (3.81m) extending to 15' 11" (4.85m
With two upvc double glazed windows overlooking the high street to the front elevation, coving to ceiling, recently laid woodgrain effect vinyl flooring and spacious understair storage cupboard housing the wall mounted electric consumer unit.
Approximately 9' 4" (2.84m) x 8' 6" (2.59m)
Having a range of matching eye and base level feature hardwood effect fronted units to include: feature work surfaces with splashback to match in part, splashback wall tiling, inset bowl and a half sink unit with mixer tap, inset four ring electric hob with built in electric oven below and extractor canopy over. Integrated tall fridge freezer unit, deep pan drawer base unit, eye and base level wine bottle racks, electric fan assisted plinth heater, space and plumbing for washing machine, feature slate effect floor tiling and upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation.
With banister, ceiling loft hatch (loft being substantially boarded for storage) and panelled doors off to bedrooms and bathroom
Double Bedroom One
Approximately 14' 0" (4.27m) x 9' 5" (2.87m)
With upvc double glazed window overlooking the high street to the front elevation, wall mounted electric heater and built in double wardrobe with clothes rail and storage cupboard over.
Double Bedroom Two
Approximately 13' 1" (3.99m) x 9' 6" (2.9m)
With upvc double glazed window to the rear elevation, wall mounted electric heater and built in double wardrobe with clothes rail and storage cupboard over.
Approximately 10' 3" (3.12m) x 6' 1" (1.85m)
With wall mounted electric heater and upvc double glazed window overlooking the high street to the front elevation.
Having a matching white suite comprising close coupled push button WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with wall mounted electric shower unit and shower curtain rail over. Majority feature splashback wall tiling, feature slate effect floor tiling, upvc opaque double glazed window with deep tiled sill to the rear elevation and built in airing cupboard housing the pre-lagged hot water cylinder tank.
Enjoying a communal terrace setting.
We have been informed the property is Leasehold and we are awaiting confirmation of the remaining term of the lease and the amount of any ground rent and maintenance charges which are payable. You are advised to have this information verified by your legal representative at the earliest opportunity before entering into any negotiations.
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