An substantial garden flat, arranged over the lower ground floor of this commanding period villa. This large flat has over 1,475 sq ft (137 sq m) of internal living space and includes direct access into a private walled garden.
The front door opens into a entrance hall which leads through to a large 'L' shaped reception hall/breakfast room off which are most of the principal rooms. The hand crafted kitchen is of a good size with 'Shaker' styled units and Oak block work surfaces. There is a good range of low and high level cupboards. The sitting room has a deep splay bay window to one end, period styled fire place with marble surround and mantle and a useful separate study to the other end.
The three bedrooms are of a good size with two having fitted wardrobes. The main bathroom is fitted with a traditionally styled white suite and comprises a bath, W.C., basin and separate shower cubicle. In addition to the bathroom there is a good sized shower room with a W.C., basin and large walk in shower.
From the front of the property a secure gate gives access to the main garden (c.55'x17') which in turn provides access to the front door. The garden is private and enclosed by tall brick walling and wooden fencing with a paved terrace and raised retaining beds providing a pleasant sitting out area. The garden extends round to the rear of the property (c.44'x16'0).
There is off street car parking and a garage located close by.
This fine property is well presented throughout and features wooden and tiled flooring, central heating to radiators and is being sold chain free.
Tenure: Leasehold with a share of the freehold.
Lease: 999 years commencing 1985.
Service Charge: £150 per calendar month.
Managing Agent: Young & Gilling.
Having had really good experiences with buying and selling investment properties through Read Maurice, we entrusted them with sale of our family home at a guide price of £3.1m. They were again outstanding in finding and managing a buyer and pro-actively resolving a number of issues. Our lawyer said it all: “Read Maurice certainly earned their fee”.