A rare opportunity to acquire a bright and beautifully presented spacious one bedroom first floor apartment, situated within this charming period Arts & Crafts detached house, built circa 1877, for the Lady Eversfield. Ideally positioned in one of St Leonards most sought after quiet, residential roads and set in a conservation area, with ample on-street parking. Within easy reach of the many independent shops, restaurants, galleries and both mainline railway stations in St Leonards as well as the seafront , beach and the nearby Burton’s St Leonards Gardens, all just a short 10-15 walk away. The stunning, well-kept, communal oak staircase leads you to the airy first floor accommodation which comprises: an entrance hall with bespoke storage cupboards, spacious 18’4 living room with dining area, a fitted kitchen, a fitted bathroom with deep roll top bath, and an impressive 18’3 double bedroom with generous space for super king-size bed, plus impressive ceiling height of nearly 3m throughout. The property further benefits from many original features to include: original timber window frames with new double glazing, gas central heating, original cornice, picture rail, leaded feature slit windows, wide panelled wooden doors/frames and communal gardens to both front and rear. Viewing is highly recommended to truly appreciate all this property has to offer by the vendor’s sole agents, Burgess & Co.
With entry phone system, stairs to
With private front door to
2.46m x 1.57m (8'1 x 5'2)
With entry-phone system, large storage cupboard with shelving & hanging space, further storage above, a further storage cupboard with shelving, new consumer unit.
5.59m x 4.42m (18'4 x 14'6)
With two radiators, picture rail, coving, high skirtings, wool carpet, feature wall with local artist Louise Body wallpaper, original wood panelled bay window frame with double glazed windows enjoying an easterly aspect, two original leaded single glazed windows.
4.70m x 2.01m (15'5 x 6'7)
Comprising matching range of wall & base units, worksurface, inset ceramic 1 & ½ bowl sink unit with drainer, tiled splashback, fitted Whirlpool induction hob with extractor hood over, fitted Whirlpool oven under, integrated slimline dishwasher, space & plumbing for washer/dryer, space for fridge/freezer, feature wall with local artist Louise Body wallpaper, coving, high skirtings, wall mounted Glow-worm combi boiler, under counter plinth lighting, original window frame with double glazed panes.
5.56m x 3.78m (18'3 x 12'5)
With picture rail, high skirting, coving, radiator, fitted shelves & hanging rail, wool carpet, original wood panelled bay window frame with double glazed windows.
2.82m x 1.37m (9'3 x 4'6)
Comprising deep roll top bath with Victorian mixer tap & shower attachment, low level w.c, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, fitted vanity mirror with storage, partly tiled walls, Victorian style heated radiator, original single glazed frosted window to the side.
There are communal gardens being mainly laid to lawn with mature plants & shrubs.
There is the remainder of a 999 year Lease from 2002 to include a share of the Freehold and we have been advised that the service charges are £100 pcm with a peppercorn ground rent. Council tax band: A