A beautifully presented, 1 bedroom ground floor purpose built retirement maisonette (built in 1986), suitable for the 60 years plus, in an award winning development. Would also be ideally situated for those who regularly travel, but are looking for a UK base within easy reach of Central London.
The property is located in a quiet cul de sac with communal gardens and within easy reach of excellent transport links, (including Berrylands and New Malden BR Stations) A3 road links and local amenities.
The interior includes a small entrance hall leading to a lounge with wood flooring, open plan contemporary fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, integrated appliances including oven, hob and dishwasher, spacious bedroom also with wood flooring, large well designed shower room with white suite. Gas central heating and double glazed windows.
Other benefits include pretty and well maintained front garden
and parking for residents.
Offered with the advantage of no onward chain.
Entrance: Outside light, intercom entry system and UPVC part glazed entrance door:
Entrance Hall: Window to the side, consumer unit, shelf with mirror over, wood laminate flooring, radiator, ceiling light point and door to:
Lounge Dimensions: 12' (3.66 M) 6" x 11'10” (3.51 M)
Spacious and light with window to the front, wood laminate flooring, coving, radiator, ceiling light point, telephone point and internet connection, TV aerial and power points open plan to:
Kitchen Dimensions: 9' (2.74 M) x 6'3' (1.83 M)
Window to the front, fitted with range of high and base level units with granite effect work surfaces and under counter lighting, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with chrome mixer tap and tiled splashback, integrated electric oven with matching gas hob and extractor hood over, integrated slim line dishwasher, breakfast bar with space for under counter fridge and plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted 'Worcester' boiler (3 years old and annually serviced within the cost of the service charge), extractor fan, wood laminate flooring, part tiled walls, spot lights.
Bedroom Dimensions: 13'10" (4.22 M) x 8'11" (2.72 M)
Window to the rear, coving, radiator, wood laminate flooring ceiling light point and power points.
Bathroom/Wet Room: Window with modesty glass to the rear, fully tiled walls, fitted with a suite comprising ‘Aqualisa’ electric shower with shower screen and chrome furnishing, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap set into vanity unit with storage under, low level W.C. ladder heated towel rail, further chrome towel holders, mirror fronted wall cabinet, ceramic tiled flooring and ceiling light point.
Lobby Area: Huge cupboard with shelving, ceiling light and space for further appliances, central heating thermostat and ceiling light point.
To The Front: The front of the property has a well maintained garden which is part of the communal area, but allows leaseholds to plant/have garden pots in the patio area under the lounge window, if they wish to do so.
Outside Cupboard: Housing utility meters and perfect for storing gardening tools.
Communal Gardens: Secluded, well maintained lawned areas with seating areas, shrubs and trees.
Off Street Parking: For residents on a first come first served basis.
Service charge Estimate: £960 (2019/20) includes Ground Rent and Buildings Insurance
Council Tax Band: B
Tenure: Leasehold (125 years from 19th December 1986).
Energy Performance Certificate Rating: C
Total Floor Area: 45 m²
Agents Note: These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person representing White and Hayward has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. We would also advise any purchaser that the systems and appliances mentioned in these particulars have not been tested. Our Client has advised us of the aforementioned Tenure, however we would advise any interested party obtain confirmation of this fact from their legal representative
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).