Est. Mortgage £830 per month
Firgrove Manor is an impressive Grade II listed building dating back to 1736 which was converted into individual units. The building is set in approximately 3.5 acres of rural land with surrounding paddocks and woodland. This one-bedroom apartment offers a wonderful balance of character from high ceilings, sash windows and panelling while offering a comprehensive layout and has fabulous views over the grounds and surrounding countryside.The spacious and well laid out property offers fantastic accommodation. The entrance hall has a storage cupboard for coats and shoes with high level storage above. There is also a cupboard housing the boiler. The Living Room has beautiful character features with high ceiling, panelled walls and a charming window seat overlooking the gardens.The double aspect kitchen has fitted high level and base units incorporating a fridge/freezer and dishwasher with space for a washing machine. The shower room is mainly tiled floor to ceiling with view across the grounds. The double aspect bedroom boasts stunning views and has enough floorspace for a wall of wardrobes.The property has use of ample parking including visitor parking. There is also use of the beautiful communal gardens that are approximately 3.5 acres. Beyond this there are adjoining paddocks and further countryside, perfect for walking.Well suited to commuters, this property has easy access to Winchfield and Fleet train stations which have trains to Waterloo taking approx. 55 minutes. Local state and private schools for all age groups are close by including the renowned Charles Kingsley School. Yateley is the nearest town located just 1 mile away which offers a supermarket and a high street with various shops, restaurants and coffee shops.Agent Note:The lease has 106 years left and is share of freehold.Council tax band C - Hart DistrictService Charge £1442 per 6 mth
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