Purpose-built ground floor flat close to Wellswood 'village'
- Credit: Ridgewater Sales and Lettings
This Property of the Week is a well-presented ground floor flat located just a few minutes away from the Wellswood 'village' shops and amenities.
Asheldon House stands in large, well-maintained grounds with a large residents' car park and an allocated parking space opposite the main entrance to the building.
The grounds are enclosed by walls with tree-lined borders, large lawn areas with flower and shrub borders and beds.
The purpose-built ground floor flat is situated in a sought-after position within just a few minutes' walking distance from the amenities of Wellswood with its local parade of shops including a post office and supermarket, public house and the parish church of St Matthias.
A level walk leads to the Babbacombe Road with its regular bus services to the harbour and town centre and to St Marychurch.
Pleasant walks are nearby through Ilsham Valley and coastal walks leading to Meadfoot Beach and Ansteys Cove.
The flat offers spacious accommodation which has been well maintained and improved by the present owner with a modern kitchen and refitted shower room.
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The lounge features a balcony which enjoys the afternoon sun and enjoys pleasant outlooks over the communal gardens.
There is an allocated parking space conveniently located opposite the main entrance door.
Glazed main entrance doors with a security entryphone, open to a spacious main entrance hall.
The front door to the flat with glazed side screens and entryphone handset, features a built-in hall cupboard and built-in double cupboard with a hanging rail and storage cupboards over.
The lounge/dining room is a spacious room featuring almost full-width double glazed patio door and windows giving pleasant views over the lawned communal gardens and opening on to the balcony.
A large double glazed side window also overlooks the gardens.
The balcony enjoys the afternoon sun and pleasant outlooks over the gardens.
The kitchen is fitted with modern units in an attractive cream finish comprising floor-based cupboards and drawers with roll-edge worktop areas with tiled surrounds. There are matching wall cupboards, display shelves, tiled surrounds, a one-and-a-half bowl coloured sink unit with a mixer tap, Bosch four-ring electric ceramic hob with a stainless steel cooker hood over, a tower unit housing a Bosch fan-assisted oven, space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer.
Bedroom one has a pleasant outlook over the gardens, built-in double wardrobe with sliding doors and additional storage cupboards over, coved ceiling, overbed and ceiling lighting and a television aerial point.
Bedroom two overlooks the front with a tree-lined outlook. A fitted double wardrobe with sliding doors and storage cupboards over.
The shower room/WC has been refitted with a white suite comprising a WC with a concealed cistern and a wash basin in a vanity unit with drawers, a large walk-in shower cubicle with a glazed screen and a Triton shower unit.
The flat is held on the residue of a 999-year lease from 1961. Residents own a share of the freehold. The current service charge is £2,100 per annum to include the water rates, building insurance and upkeep of the communal areas.
The apartment is on the market at an asking price of £220,000 with Ridgewater Sales and Lettings. For details, call 01803 525100.