The communal entrance to the property was recently updated in September 2020 and has been completed in an orangery style with a combination of UPVC double glazed windows and brick walling as well as a tiled floor and telephone entry system. Stairs lead to the first floor where the flat is located.
On entering the property the main hallway has doors to all principle rooms as well as a cupboard housing the electric meter. The lounge is a real feature of the property and has a bay window to the front elevation letting in plenty of natural light due to the flat being south facing. There is a partition wall in the lounge separating the kitchen area with two archways leading into the kitchen.
The kitchen was updated in February 2021 and benefits from shaker style units to eye and base levels as well as space for an under counter fridge and washing machine, integrated electric oven and hob, Perspex splash back and ample stainless steel power points with USB charger points.
The main bedroom is to the front elevation and is comfortably a double in size, this room also benefits from a doorway with adjoining windows and feature paneling that leads out onto the south facing balcony.
There is also a further double bedroom with a window to the side elevation and a cupboard housing the combination boiler as well as the bathroom which is part tiled with shower over bath, low level WC and wash hand basin.
Outside the property benefits from a communal garden area, one allocated off road parking space and further visitors parking to the rear of the block as well as a new shed for extra storage.
The property is located within the sought after Lower Parkstone area and within less than a quarter of a mile to the popular Ashley Cross Village with its array of shops and restaurants, Parkstone train station with direct routes to London is also within a few hundred meters and Poole town center is less than 3 miles away. There are also bus routes into Bournemouth and Poole. Viewing comes highly recommended, offered with no forward chain.
Tenure & Maintenance:
Tenure: Share of Freehold
Maintenance: The block has its own management company ' Sherway house management co ltd' which each flats pays £85 per month to.
Agent note: The house is approximately 120 years old and is now converted into 5 flats. The main roof of the building was replaced in 2014, the flat roof and balcony surfaces were replaced in 2017 and there was a new communal entrance installed in September 2020. The current owner had a new combination Worcester boiler installed 2019 and new double glazing heritage sash windows installed in September 2020.
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- Two Double Bedrooms
- First Floor Converted Flat
- Share of Freehold
- Allocated Parking
- Southerly facing balcony
- Communal Garden
- Within a quarter of a mile to Ashley Cross
- Offered with No Forward Chain