Located in a beautifully converted Victorian Mansion is this spacious split level apartment which was converted in 2005 to a high specification. Read more
Located in a beautifully converted Victorian Mansion is this spacious split level apartment which was converted in 2005 to a high specification. Whilst the property is located within the main building it has its own separate front entrance door and is fully self-contained, set in a superb position between Barkby and Syston in a semi-rural position. The property is approached by an impressive tree lined driveway to a central courtyard car park and the apartment itself is accessed off an internal courtyard with steps rising to the independent front entrance door. The conversion is known as 'The Grove' and is well regarded locally. The property is offered to the market with no upward chain and has the benefit of high quality fittings throughout including an oak fitted kitchen, contemporary bathroom, oak flooring and oak doors throughout as well as modern uPVC double glazing. The owners of the apartment have use of the communal gardens and barbecue area and in addition to the allocated car parking space there is generous visitor car parking space available.
Entrance Hall With access up a small flight of stairs and entered via a composite door to the front elevation into the entrance hall with fully tiled flooring, oak doors with access to a large built-in storage cupboard which houses a hot water tank and electricity units and further doors off to:
Fitted Kitchen8'11" x 6'3" (2.72m x 1.9m). The kitchen comprises a range of oak fitted wall and base units with laminate worktops, inset is a stainless steel bowl and drainer unit, set within the unit is a Bosch electric oven with four ring electric hob and brushed stainless steel and gas extractor fan over, furthermore there is a built-in fridge freezer, slimline dishwasher and built-in washing machine. There is tiled splashbacks to the walls, continuation of the tiled flooring from the hallway and a uPVC glazed window to the front elevation.
Lounge/Dining Room14'8" x 13'11" (4.47m x 4.24m). A sizeable reception room with ample space for both seating and dining benefiting from a high ceiling level, solid oak flooring and wall mounted heater. There is a large uPVC glazed window to the front elevation, television point, open through to stairs which lead down to the lower ground floor and door off to:
Bathroom8'8" x 5'1" (2.64m x 1.55m). Fitted with a white three piece suite consisting of a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, wash hand basin and WC. The bathroom has neutral tiling to the walls and floor, an obscure glazed uPVC window to the rear and wall mounted chrome towel heater.
Master Bedroom14'8" x 13'8" (4.47m x 4.17m). A sizeable master bedroom located on the lower ground floor having two uPVC glazed windows to front elevation, an extensive range of spotlights to ceiling, wall mounted heater, telephone point and a built-in double wardrobe.
Outside The property benefits from beautiful established and well maintained communal grounds. The approach is via a long tree lined driveway into a central car parking court where there is allocated parking for the apartment and generous visitor car parking space also available. There is a communal garden which consists of a patio area, lawn and barbecue for use of all the residents.
General Note The property is held on a Leasehold basis, it is our understanding that there is a 999 year Lease commencing from 2004. The property is subject to a ground rent of £100.00 per annum and a maintenance charge of approximately £930 per annum, which is allocated on a monthly basis to include external maintenance of the building, ground maintenance and buildings insurance. The property benefits from mains services including electric, water and mains drainage.