Last 2 to go ! ** ask for details of the fantastic incentives available ** 11 luxury 1 & 2 bedroom apartments in this iconic & historic building at the heart of skegness. Beautifully positioned overlooking the lovely tower gardens, close to shops, beach & holiday attractions, each apartment comes with allocated parking space to the rear with 24hr recorded CCTV, your own large ground floor utility/store room for bikes & scooters etc.
Whether this is your main residence, an exclusive holiday home or investment purchase you will be delighted with the imaginative and no-expense-spared transformation of the Masonic Hall into this extremely 'des res' specification The Atrium entrance features quality travertine stone floors and solid oak staircase, doors and one-hour glass fire doors.
All the high gloss kitchens have quartz worktops, integrated fan oven, induction hob and extractor hood (with colour changing lights), microwave and spaces for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, oak flooring and doors and carpets..
Services Each Apartment has its own water, electric and gas meter, gas combi boiler, pvc double glazing, CCTV door entry intercom with key code door and a burglar alarm system. Each ground floor Store Room has plumbing, light and power (in addition to spaces for washing machines and dishwashers in each Apartment).
Location Skegness is the principal Lincolnshire coastal resort with a resident population of around 18,000 persons increasing substantially in the summer months with the influx of holiday markers and day visitors. It is some 40 miles east and south of Lincoln and Grimsby respectively with main communication links via the A52 and A158 roads to the south and Midlands. Skegness is well served by bus and rail services and the local primary and Grammar Schools have excellent reputations. The town boasts beautiful sandy beaches, Gibraltar point Nature Reserve and two superb Golf Links.
History Built around 1883, The Pembroke House School, originally for the eduction of the 'Sons of Gentleman' as a 'High Class School' was built by a Mr T J Kassell and acclaimed to be one of the best positions in Skegness. In 1886 the school became The 'Essendon Girls School'. Subsequent uses include a Derbyshire miners home, then it became formally known Masonic Hall in 1945. The new transformation into high specification modern apartments using quality materials whilst retaining key architectural features and period character.
Tenure Leasehold (virtual Freehold) for a term of 999 years from 1st January 2018 at an annual peppercorn ground rent of £10 plus costs of services, repair, maintenance, insurance and management charges etc of approx £740.00 per annum (itemised schedule available). Each apartment will own an equal share of the Freehold following the sale of the last apartment. A copy lease is held by Hunters for inspection by prospective purchasers.
Guarantee Council of Mortgage Lenders Certificate 10 year warranty.
Viewing By appointment with Hunters Turner Evans Stevens office in Skegness. If you wish, the landlord/developer of the project will be pleased to meet you to discuss the extensive renovation works and history of this prestigious property.
Photos Most photos show the Show Apartment 2 and a variety of other apartments and views from penthouses over the nearby park and beach.
Energy performance certificates The energy efficiency rating is a measure of the overall efficiency of a home. The higher the rating the more energy efficient the home and the lower the fuel bills will be. The modern apartments have extremely good ratings, excellent sound proofing and low running costs.
Floor plans For guidance purposes and not to scale.
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