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STUNNING TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM APARTMENT! SECOND FLOOR (WITH LIFT ACCESS) OF GRADE II LISTED PERIOD FORMER BREWERY BUILDING! SIMPLY LOVELY VIEWS OF SHERBORNE ABBEY AND HISTORIC LONG STREET! ONLY MOMENTS FROM TOWN CENTRE AND MAINLINE RAILWAY STATION TO LONDON WATERLOO! ALLOCATED SECURE PARKING! PRETTY, WALLED COMMUNAL GARDENS! This superb second floor apartment is only a stones throw from the historic town centre of Sherborne. If you want to be a few minutes walk from a great cup of coffee, your morning paper or Cheap Streets buzzing out-and-about culture and street markets then this is the property for you. It is found in excellent decorative order throughout boasting double glazing, modern shower room and electric heating. The nicely arranged accommodation briefly comprises entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, two double bedrooms and shower room. The property boasts allocated parking for one car plus a visitors parking facility. The communal halls and areas are beautifully kept and there are various pretty lawned communal garden areas partially enclosed by period brick and stone walls. This property would be the perfect first or second time purchase, a great pied-a-terre in the town, retirement home or lucrative rental opportunity or holiday let. NO FURTHER CHAIN.
Secure communal entrance front door to entrance hall. Lift and stairs rise to the second floor.
Private front door leads to
ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL
A generous reception area with ceramic tiled floor. Electric night storage heater. Door leads to large hall cupboard space. Second door leads to cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater. Slatted shelving.
Doors lead off the entrance reception hall to
LIVING ROOM 16'5 max x 11'8
A generous main reception area enjoying a good degree of natural light with large double glazed feature window to the front enjoying a westerly aspect and the afternoon sun. Timber effect laminate flooring. Full lighting points. Telephone point. TV point. Oak fire surround with electric fire insert. Archway gives access to alcove area ideal for book shelving or study.
KITCHEN 12'3 x 6'7
A range of modern fitted kitchen units comprising of laminate work surface. Inset stainless steel sink bowl and drainer unit with tiled surrounds. Point and space for electric oven (electric oven included in sale). A range of drawers and cupboards under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Small breakfast bar. Matching wall mounted cupboards, wall mounted stainless steel cooker hood extractor fan. Space for upright fridge freezer. Double glazed window to the side.
BEDROOM 1 – 10'8 x 9'8 (not including wardrobe recess)
A generous double bedroom enjoying a good degree of natural light. Large double glazed feature window enjoys a west facing aspect and the afternoon sun plus fantastic views of Sherborne town centre, Sherborne Abbey and Long Street. Timber effect laminate flooring. Full height mirrored sliding doors lead to large built in wardrobe cupboard space with numerous fitted storage options, shelves and drawers.
BEDROOM 2 – 7'11 x 9'
A second double bedroom with a good degree of natural light enjoying a west facing aspect and large feature double glazed window overlooking the communal gardens, Long Street and views extending to Sherborne Abbey and town centre.
A modern white suite comprising of low level WC. Wall mounted wash basin. Glazed corner shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower over. Tiled surrounds. Fully tiled walls. Wall mounted heated towel rail. Extractor fan. ceramic tiled floor.
There are various beautiful communal gardens that are enclosed by period, redbrick and ham stone walling. Made up of well groomed, shaped lawns and flower beds. There is 1 allocated parking space with this apartment. There is also a visitors parking facility in the communal parking areas. Communal waste bin storage.
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