- Southerly Facing Apartment
- Period Conversion
- Raised Ground Floor Apartment
- Stunning Communal Gardens
- Allocated parking
A lovely one bedroom apartment forming part of this stunning period property converted by Gleason Homes into 16 separate flats and situated within a moments’ walk of the picturesque village High Street. The property used to be occupied by the Hannington’s: C Smith Hannington was the founder of the Brighton department store. His son became Anglican Bishop of Equatorial East Africa.
The apartment is light and airy with feature full length French windows throughout and comprises steps up to a grand communal reception hall with a security entry phone system, a large private entrance hall which could easily be used as a study, a lovely sitting room, a kitchen with a built in oven , hob and extractor hood above, space for domestic appliances a double bedroom and a bathroom with white suite comprising of an enclosed bath with shower attachment a wc and wash basin.
Outside there are beautifully presented and well-manicured communal gardens. Stocked with large areas of lawn, an English Heritage Oak framed covered seating area and a lovely central feature. There is also an allocated parking space to the front of the property.
Lease – 999 years from 2002 plus a share of the freehold.