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TO LET - STUNNING CENTRAL SHERBORNE APARTMENT! GREAT VIEWS OF SHERBORNE ABBEY! BRAND NEW KITCHEN. ELEGANT PERIOD CEILING HEIGHTS AND HUGE THREE DOUBLE BEDROOM ACCOMMODATION SIZE! 1130 SQUARE FEET! WORKING OPEN PERIOD FIREPLACE! LARGE PERIOD SASH WINDOWS! LOVELY WALLED COMMUNAL GARDENS! If period elegance, impressive ceiling heights and size of accommodation is what you are looking then look no further. This second floor three double bedroom apartment also boasts large entrance reception hall area and 25'1 x 11'9 main reception room as well as a generous kitchen breakfast room. The flat boasts secondary double glazing and gas fired central heating. It is situated on the second floor of an attractive grade II listed building right in the heart of the town. Cheap Street and its popular and lively high street culture with artisan bakeries, boutique shops, restaurants and cafes is right on your doorstep, and yet, being on the second floor, you enjoy security and a level of peace and quiet. The railway station providing a direct link to London Waterloo in just over two hours, is a five minute walk away.
Communal entrance door to entrance hall and communal stairs rise to the second floor. Glazed and panelled front door leads to
ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL - 10'8 x13'11.
Elegant period ceiling heights, radiator. A generous entrance reception area providing a heart to the home enjoying sociable living space. Intercom phone system. Telephone point. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Multi-pane interior window into main reception room.
Panel doors lead off to
MAIN RECEPTION ROOM - 25'1 x 11'9.
A superb sized main reception room enjoying impressive elegant ceiling heights, large feature multi-pane period window to the front enjoying High Street town centre views, moulded skirting boards and architraves, moulded dado rail. Two radiators. Period cast iron feature fire surround. Slate tiled hearth. A functioning open fire. TV point.
Glazed door leads from main reception room to
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 11'2 x 10'9.
BRAND NEW. A generous kitchen breakfast area enjoying a range of panelled kitchen units and roll edge laminate work surface. Tiled surrounds. Inset sink bowl and drainer unit. Inset electric hob with stainless steel inset electric oven under. A range of drawers and cupboards under, space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge and freezer, space for upright fridge freezer. A range of wall mounted matching cupboards. Integrated cooker hood extractor fan. Wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler. Separate extractor fan.
Panel doors lead off the entrance reception hall to
BEDROOM 1 – 10' x 14'3
A lovely double bedroom with impressive elegant ceiling heights. Large feature period multi-pane sash window to the front. Secondary glazed unit. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves.
BEDROOM 2 – 15' x 10'6.
A second double bedroom with impressive elegant period ceiling heights. Period multi-pane feature sash window to the front. Secondary glazed unit. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3 – 10'4 x 12'
A third generous double bedroom with impressive elegant period ceiling heights. Large multi-pane period-style uPVC double glazed sash window to the rear with pleasant views over the communal gardens and a stunning vista incorporating the historic Sherborne Abbey. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves.
A fitted white suite comprising of low level WC, pedestal wash basin, panelled bath with glazed shower screen, wall mounted mains shower over, tiled surrounds. Extractor fan. Radiator.
A shared archway entrance leads from central Cheap Street in the heart of Sherborne town.
Communal courtyard and garden measuring 82' length x 31' width.
This beautiful communal garden is enclosed by natural stone walling. It enjoys a backdrop with views toward Sherborne abbey. It is laid mainly to well groomed lawn with a variety of shaped flower beds and borders and a selection of mature trees and shrubs. Communal wheelie bin area.
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