Carter Edwards are delighted to present substantial well-appointed apartment with unparalleled views over Southampton, over to the Isle of Wight and the New Forest. The apartment itself is situated on the ninth floor with lift access and was formerly two apartments. Over recent years the property has undergone many internal improvements including replacement of the bathrooms, redecoration throughout, Fully Re-wired and a well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room. Brampton Tower is situated in the popular district of Bassett and the property has the advantage of a garage and communal gardens.
The Approach Impressive entrance to the building with water features and welcoming hallway. Secure door entry. Lift and stairs to all floors.
Ground Floor The spacious entrance hall gives access to all rooms and accommodates ample storage cupboards. The lounge/dining room is of a generous proportion with windows covering the whole length of one aspect giving impressive views over Southampton. There is also a feature fireplace with marble hearth and surround. The kitchen/breakfast room comprises a range of modern wall and base units, integrated oven, grill and hob with extractor over. Again there are spectacular views over Southampton. The apartment accommodates two modern bathrooms, one comprising a three piece suite the other comprising a four piece suite. The family room boasts stunning views over Southampton. The master bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes and is of a generous proportion. There are two further bedrooms both benefitting from exceptional view.
Outside Outside benefits from communal garden and grounds which are mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. Communal parking is offered along with a private garage.
Location SouthamptonSouthampton is the largest city in the County of Hampshire and is situated 75 miles south west of London and 19 Miles north-west Portsmouth. Southampton is a major port and the closest city to the New Forest.Southampton is a world leading seat for education with outstanding schools and two Universities, with Universities in the city leading the way in research and development of laser technology as well as contributing to the research and development of technique to assist the gb Olympic and Paralympic teams for 2012.The city is home to the longest surviving stretch of medieval walls in England, as well as a number of museums such as the SeaCity Museum & Tudor House Museum. The home of the Boat Show which takes place each summer and is the largest exhibition outside of London.Arts are well cater for with a number of theatres around the city, the Mayflower Theatre is the largest theatre in the south of England and often plays host to West End shows and has regular performances from the English National Ballet and the Welsh National Opera.A strong local economy is under pinned by several multi nation companies who chose to base their UK operations in and around the City of Southampton.Transport links are very strong with access to both the M3 & M27 motorways for the south coast and Home Counties, direct British Rail to London in 1hour 30 minutes and Southampton Airport the national and International flights to continental Europe.Southampton is a vibrant growing city, full of opportunity. A great place to live and work.London: 80 milesWinchester: 13 MilesSalisbury: 24 miles
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