Guide Price £375,000-£400,000. A large and much improved two double bedroom, two bathroom, apartment set within the historic Royal Herbert Pavilions with seven acres of grounds, fitness centre, swimming pool and tennis courts.
The property is located on the first floor and is in excellent decorative order with features including very high ceilings, gas fired central heating and large sash windows.
The accommodation comprises; a bright and airy 15'8 x 15'2 reception room and modern kitchen with wooden worktops. A large 14'2 x 12'1 master bedroom with beautiful ensuite shower room, an 18'5 x 8'8 second bedroom and an attractive modern second bathroom.
The property further benefits from a parking space and a share in the freehold.
This is a wonderful apartment and sold chain free, your immediate viewing is essential. Virtual tours can be seen on the usual websites.
The Royal Herbert Pavilions is a sort after private development, it is a conversion of the old military hospital which was built in 1865. This particular wing of the building is named after Florence Nightingale and some of the features of the development include the use of fitness centre, a pool, gymnasium, tennis court, Residents bar to relax in and vast communal gardens.
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