Huge luxury bathroom with treble width shower cubicle and separate bath
Allocated parking and also visitors parking
Interactive entry system
Private communal gardens
Truly stunning apartment
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Built by Berkeley Homes in 2018. This larger than average, at nearly 600sq ft, one double bedroom apartment is offered for sale in immaculate condition throughout. Built with luxury in mind, this first floor home is one not to miss.
The accommodation in brief starts at the ground floor level with beautifully landscaped communal areas leading to the front door with interactive entry phone system. Stairs and lift lead to all floors. A private inner hallway gives access to the front door, leading into the entrance hall with deep boiler cupboard and further utility cupboard housing plumbing and space for a washing machine/dryer. The spacious lounge has double glazed French doors leading onto the large balcony overlooking a beautiful landscaped walkway. The kitchen enjoys a modernist feel with fully integrated appliances and a seamless finish to the wall and base units and matching work surface above. There is a full size dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven, four ring hob and extractor included. The double bedroom is an excellent size with the addition of fitted wardrobes included. The luxury bathroom has a treble width shower cubicle with power shower and rainfall style shower head, separate bath, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled wc. The walls have been tiled in a contemporary fashion with an inset cabinet with mirrored front also included.
Outside the apartment comes with the added benefit of an allocated parking space nearest the communal door, with landscaped walkways across communal ponds, giving access to the ground floor entrance. At the rear of the block is a gated private communal garden for the use of the residents with level lawns, flower and shrub borders, benches and a delightful sunny aspect. Other facilities include a secure cycle store and attractive surrounds, giving this development a premium finish.
Outgoings We are informed by our vendor that the lease is 135 years from new. Ground rent is £240 pa. The Estate charge £101 pa and the Management charge £1,118 pa.
Horsham is a thriving historic market town with an excellent selection of national and independent retailers including a large John Lewis at Home and Waitrose store. There are twice weekly award winning local markets in the Carfax in the centre of Horsham to stock up on local produce. East Street, or 'Eat Street' as it is known locally, has a wide choice of restaurants ranging from Pizza Express to the Michelin starred Tristan's. Piries Place in the centre of Horsham has been redeveloped to include the independent Everyman three screen cinema, a 92 bed hotel, shops and restaurants. You are spoilt for choice for leisure activities as there is a leisure centre with swimming pool close to Horsham Park whilst the nearby Capitol has a cinema and theatre. There are some beautiful walks and cycle rides in the immediate countryside. Further afield, the stunning South Downs and coast are within easy reach.
For those needing to commute, Horsham Station has a direct line to Gatwick (17 minutes) and London Victoria (56 minutes) and there is easy access to the M23 leading to the M25.
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