Property Ref: 60651
Stevenage comprises both the New and Old Towns and is close to the A1M. The Historic High Street in the Old Town offers a good selection of shops, a Waitrose and Tesco Express supermarket, cafés/restaurants, public houses, public library, local Schools and a bank. There are more comprehensive shopping facilities in the nearby New Town with Schools, a Leisure Complex, Theatre and Arts Centre and Stevenage mainline train station with fast regular trains to London Kings Cross (23 mins).
Period arched hardwood front door with video entryphone system opening to the communal hallway with original tiled flooring extending to a generous hallway with motion sensor lighting and oak veneered front door opening to:
Downlighters with motion sensor, video entryphone system, double panelled radiator and doors to:
A dramatic open-plan living room dominated by tall ceilings combining seating, dining and kitchen areas. Sash style double glazed windows to the front elevation with further double glazed french doors opening onto the private rear garden. Concealed wiring and recess for a wall mounted television, TV aerial point, stylish wooden flooring, ample space for sofas and dining table. Concealed multi-functional mood lighting and radiator.
Remodelled by the current owner and fitted with a comprehensive range of white gloss base and eye level units and drawers extending to a peninsular breakfast bar finished with black polished granite work surfaces with matching upstands and inset stainless steel sink unit with a carved drainer and counter-mounted mixer tap. In addition there is a tall larder style cupboard providing full height storage with a retractable pantry cupboard with wire racked storage.. Further granite work surfaces with matching upstands with integrated appliances including a built-in Bosch self-cleaning black oven with a microwave above and an inset black touch-sensitive Bosch induction hob with concealed extractor canopy above, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer with space and plumbing for washing machine.
Measurements include a comprehensive range of bespoke built-in light oak bedroom furniture including built-in wardrobes with further eye level storage cupboards above and a built-in chest of drawers with a fitted vent for the sealed radiator below. Double glazed sash window to the rear elevation.
Dual purpose bedroom fitted with a comprehensive range of oak study furniture including a curved desk with cupboards below, fitted vent for concealed radiator with fitted book shelves with further cupboards opposite. Original built-in cupboard housing wall mounted gas fired boiler and double glazed sash window to the rear elevation.
Fitted with a Laufen white three-piece suite finished with Grohe chrome sanitaryware comprising a low level wc with a concealed cistern with wall mounted chrome push button flush, vanity hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap with cupboard below and a panelled bath with a central filler and wall mounted chrome taps and shower controls above with fitted shower screen. Grey porcelain tiled walls and floor, chrome heated towel rail, shaver point, extractor fan, downlighters and double glazed window to the side elevation.
The property has the benefit of one allocated parking space situated to the front of the building with further visitors parking space available, approached via a sweeping driveway with the added security of an electric remote controlled gated entrance.
Generous communal gardens laid predominantly to lawn with a number of mature specimen trees and an area of woodland enhancing the private nature of the property. Remote electric gates with impressive brick pillars, stone finials, brick retaining walls and entryphone system.
The apartment enjoys the unusual added advantage of a landscaped private rear garden finished with a tiered wooden deck and paved terrace with a generous wooden built utility room with power and light and space for further kitchen appliances with a garden shed with power beyond. Further outside power points and lighting. The garden enclosed by trellis topped wooden panelled fencing and a period, original tall brick wall finished with stone finials and a stone archway providing private gated access to the garden whilst opening onto the communal lawn.
The management company is "Redbrick Management". We have been advised that the current yearly service charge is £1448.96 and the ground rent is £300.00 per year. The apartment is held on a 99 year Lease from 4th June 2008, therefore 90 years remain unexpired.
The Council Tax Band is "D" and the amount payable for the year 2017/18 is £1,596.35.
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