- Living room with feature fireplace
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Master bedroom affording large en suite and walk in wardrobe
- Family room/ study/ bedroom 2
- Guest bedroom/ office
- Separate shower room
- Decked patio area
- Utility and linen storage cupboards, secure communal storage facilities
- Video entry phone
- Adjacent allocated parking
A rare opportunity to acquire this stunning ground floor two/three bedroom apartment c.1294 sq ft which forms part of this impressive Victorian period property, thoughtfully fusing contemporary living with period charm and situated within walking distance to the historic town centre.
One of four unique apartments converted in 2011 by Berkerley Homes, offering a wealth of characterful features including high ceilings and stone mullion windows the well-appointed accommodation comprises communal entrance hall with communal secure storage room, entrance lobby and hallway. Leading off from the hall is an elegant light and airy living room with large windows affording the original shutters and Victorian fireplace with an recently refurbished open plan kitchen/dining area featuring a stone mullion and stained glass window. The accommodation is further complemented with a spacious master bedroom benefiting from a walk in wardrobe and luxurious large en suite with bath and shower cubicle; a delightful family room/study/bedroom 2 opening out onto the decked patio area to the rear of the apartment as well as a guest bedroom/office with built in wardrobes and adjacent shower room. In addition property benefits from a utility cupboard with space for storage as well as a washing machine and a large linen/airing cupboard. Outside the property offers allocated parking and a secure communal bike store.
LEASE 125 years from May 2011
GROUND RENT £200 pa
MAINTENANCE including building insurance c.£2,200 pa
No pets without permission from the management company
All main services connected
Gas fired central heating to radiators
"Just a quick mail to Thank you for the professional and dedicated manner in which kennet close was sold. Plus a Thank you for being involved with the purchase of Warmans close via the not so professional agent in Didcot! (Holding my self back on that subject) I would have sent a mail earlier but unfortunately, Warmans wasn't left to us in a particularly great condition. Although after clearing away the grime and much DIY the house is starting to show it'self as a lovely place to live. Thank you again."