Hillside House\n\nImpressive five/six bedroom detached home providing 3,856 Sq Ft (358.3m2) of accommodation set in popular and exclusive private estate of Dormans Park, West Sussex, United Kingdom\n\nGenerous Entrance Hall ? Living Room ? Dining Room ? Family Room ? Well Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room (to include numerous appliances) ? Utility Room ? Cloakroom\n\nFirst Floor ? Master Bedroom with En?Suite Bathroom and Dressing Room ? Suites of Bedrooms 2 and 3 ? Bedroom 4 ? Separate Bathroom\n\nSecond Floor ? Bedroom 5 ? Bedroom 6/Cinema Room ? Jack and Jill Bathroom serving both rooms\n\nDouble Glazed Windows ? Underfloor Heating to ground and first floor ? Double Garage ? Landscaped Gardens with extensive Sandstone Terrace\n\n\nDescription:\n\nIMPRESSIVE FIVE/SIX BEDROOM RESIDENCE being traditionally built from brick using solid traditional building techniques and materials. The property is extremely well appointed and is offered for sale complete with a NHBC 10 year warranty. The kitchen and utility room are individually designed in oak shaker style units, complete with composite stone worktops, Rangemaster cooker and matching extractor hood and Miele appliances including double fridge/freezer, combination microwave, dishwasher and waste disposal. There is also an additional AEG wine cooler installed and further features include island unit with pop?up power points.\n\nThe bathrooms, en?suites and cloakrooms feature contemporary sanitaryware by Villeroy and Boch and wall and floor tiling where installed is by Porcelanosa. \n\nFurther features of note include underfloor heating to both the ground and first floors with radiators to the second floor, fitted carpets to all principal rooms, TV points to\nprincipal rooms and home cinema, telephone/Cat 6 data points to central hub, wiring for multi?room AV systems and recess solar heating panels integrated to garage roof\nfor additional supply of hot water and there is rainwater harvesting for an outside tap.\n\nExternally the driveway is resin bonded and there is a double garage (344 Sq Ft/32 m2) with fully automated door with power and light connected. Viewing is highly recommended.\n\n\nLocation:\n\nTHE DELIGHTFUL Dormans Park Estate is a peaceful, densely-wooded setting which ensures tranquillity and privacy for its residents. The property is situated in an elevated position in the private park, where the roads are jointly owned and maintained by the residents Road Trust and development is controlled by specific planning policies.\n\nDormans Station with its regular service of commuter trains to Croydon and London (51 minutes to Victoria) is within a few minutes walk, whilst the villages of Dormansland (approx. 1.5 miles/2.4km) and Lingfield (just over 2 miles/3.2km) are easily reached by car, both with junior schools and the latter having a good range of village amenities. The area also offers an excellent range of private schools including the highly regarded Lingfield Notre Dame school. \n\nEast Grinstead is approximately 3 miles/4.8km away where there is a wider range of facilities, including shopping centre, Waitrose and Sainsbury supermarkets and a variety of junior and senior schools. The\nlocal area offers a wealth of sports and recreational amenities with leisure centres, private sports clubs and golf courses as well as the famous Lingfield Park Race Course. \n\nWithin driving distance is the M23/Gatwick Airport (approx. 13.5 miles/22km) and the M25 London orbital motorway (approx. 9 miles/14.5km). Approximately 6 miles/9.7km away is the Ashdown Forest a fantastic place for walking, with spectacular views over the Sussex countryside.\n\nAny queries or requests for further information can be sent using the contact form on this page (in Germand or English please).
Situatated in a desirable area, the property has been refubished and is presented to a high standard. Due to the discrete nature of the instuction please contact the agent for further information.
Wow this great studio comprises of a good size living area.This room is a bright spacious living accommodation and features large bay windows and laminated flooring. The best feature in this property is the fact that the kitchen is separate from the living area giving you that extra living space you need. The kitchen comprises plenty work surfaces and cupboards and houses most white goods. The bathroom comprises a walk in shower perfect for a busy life style along with a toilet and sink of course! The surrounding grounds features small gardens for you to enjoy all weathers. HAVE YOU GOT A POOR CREDIT STATUS? We can help! Always be upfront & discuss your credit history Always be honest with us from the beginning and if you have bad credit, we may not have a problem renting to you. Get recommended A good reference from your previous landlord or agent, showing how prompt you have been with paying your rent and that you have looked after your current property could stand you in good stead with your application. Prove your income If you have been in a stable job for some time and can prove this with a reference from your employer, wage slips & bank statements showing your salary being paid into your account. This can be more important than your previous credit history. Get a guarantor Try to get someone with a clean credit history to stand as a guarantor for you. A guarantor is a person who signs an agreement to guarantee the rent, which means if you don`t or can`t pay the rent - they`ll have too! Advance rent Pay 6 months rent payments in advance. Whatever your situation, contact us and we will let you know immediately if we can help? Sale is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, in Greater Manchester, England. Historically part of Cheshire, the town lies on flat ground on the south bank of the River Mersey, 1.9 miles (3.1 km) south of Stretford, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) northeast of Altrincham, and 5.2 miles (8.4 km) southwest of the city of Manchester. As of the 2001 United Kingdom census, it had a population of 55, 000. Evidence of Stone Age, Roman, and Anglo-Saxon activity has been discovered locally. Throughout the Middle Ages, Sale was a rural township, linked ecclesiastically with neighbouring Ashton upon Mersey. In this period, its fertile fields and meadows were used for crops and cattle farming. By the 17th century Sale, had developed a thriving cottage industry, manufacturing garthweb, the woven material from which horses` saddle girths were made. The Bridgewater Canal reached the town in 1765, providing transport for goods and people, stimulating Sale`s urbanisation. The arrival of the railway in 1849 triggered Sale`s growth as a commuter town for Manchester and beyond, leading to an influx of middle class residents; by the end of the 19th century the town`s population had more than tripled. Agriculture subsequently declined as service industries boomed. Sale`s urban growth resulted in a merger with neighbouring Ashton upon Mersey, following the Local Government Act 1929. The increase in population led to the granting of a charter in 1935, giving Sale honorific borough status. Since then, Sale has continued to thrive as a commuter town, supported by its proximity to the M60 motorway and the Manchester Metrolink network. Retail, real estate, and business sectors have developed. Two of the town`s main attractions are the Sale Water Park, which contains an artificial lake used for water-sports, and the Waterside Arts Centre. Sale Sharks rugby union club was founded in the town, as was the Sale Harriers athletics club, although both have now relocated elsewhere TRANSPORT The first turnpike road in the area was the latter-day A56 Chester Road between Manchester and Crossford Bridge (on the border between Sale and Stretford). Turnpike trusts collected tolls from road users and used the proceeds to maintain the highway. There was a toll booth on the Sale side of Crossford Bridge. Another section of road between Altrincham and Crossford Bridge was turnpiked in 1765. The commencement of "swift packet" services on the newly opened Bridgewater Canal in 1776 made commuting from Sale into Manchester both practical and convenient, with boats travelling at a relatively swift 10 mph (16 km/h). However the arrival in 1849 of the Manchester, South Junction and Altrincham Railway sounded a death-knell for both the canal packet services and turnpike trusts. Many trusts went into terminal decline, mirroring a national trend. By 1888 almost all roads and highways were the responsibility of the local authority. Sale`s railway station, originally named Sale Moor, was renamed to Sale in 1856. Three years later Brooklands railway station was opened, followed in 1931 by the opening of Dane Road railway station along with the electrification of the entire line. The line was renovated in the early 1990s and is now part of the Metrolink. Following the completion of a tramway between Manchester and Stretford in 1901, the British Electric Traction Company applied to Parliament for an extension to Sale. The proposal was amended to continue the line further south, into Altrincham. The line through Sale was owned by Sale Urban District Council and leased to the Manchester Corporation. Services to Sale commenced in 1907. A branch along Northenden Road from the line to Sale Moor was created in 1912. Sale Moor`s line had only a single track which in 1925 resulted in a head-on collision between two tramcars, injuring eight passengers. Bus services were first introduced to the area in the 1920s, but became more widespread in the 1930s. The buses did not suffer the drawback of being limited to tracks and were therefore more practical than the tram services which from the 1930s went into decline. The tramlines along Northenden Road were removed between 1932 and 1934, and throughout Sale in the 1940s. The Metrolink system connects Sale with other locations in Greater Manchester. Trams depart the town`s three stations every six minutes between 7:15 am and 6:30 pm, and every 12 minutes at other times of the day. The nearest main line railway station is Navigation Road in Altrincham, from where trains run to Manchester Piccadilly, Stockport and Chester. Bus routes operated by various companies provide services to Manchester and Altrincham. The A56 road runs between Chester and North Yorkshire via Sale, Manchester, and Burnley, and the M60 motorway which encircles Manchester can be accessed via junction 7, just to the north of Sale. The M56 and M62 motorways are about 4 miles (6 km) away, and the M6 motorway, which runs between Warwickshire and Carlisle, is about 7 miles (11 km) to the west. Manchester Airport, the busiest airport in the UK outside the London area, is 4 miles (6 km) to the south Notice All photographs are provided for guidance only. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t53510/
Steep House, which is now in need of total refurbishment occupies a truly stunning, elevated setting above the cove at Portmellon, enjoying expansive broad views across the beach towards Chapel Point and miles of open sea beyond. Steep House is accessed via a recently built drive off the village lane through the paddock to the rear of the property. The house faces south east and is set on a plateau amidst sloping lawns with a pathway leading from the front directly down to the lane accessing Portmellon Cove. The availability of this porperty represents an exceedingly rare opportunity to acquire a spectacularly located house with development potential, subject to the necessary planning consents, which would be ideal as either a principal residence or indeed as a secure second home. Beside the entrance driveway is Old Portmellon Cottage, a derelict building which has for many years been used for storage. Whilst included in the sale, this could be excluded. Steep House occupies a dramatic and most beautiful cliff top location with panoramic sea and coastal views across Portmellon Cove to Mevagissey Bay and open sea beyond. Mevagissey itself offers a wide variety of local shops providing adequate day to day shopping facilities, whilst about 6 miles to the north, lies the town of St Austell, and about 14 miles to the west is the Cathedral City of Truro, both of which offer a wider selection of shopping, business and commercial facilities with private
A derelict Victorian country house with PP to demolish & replace with a new dwelling of approximately 13,500 sq.ft. About 12 acres. Situated to the south of Crowborough and approached off a narrow country lane. The property comprises a substantial 12 bedroom Victorian house, in a derelict condition, in an elevated position with commanding views over its grounds & countryside beyond. In addition to the main residence, there are various outbuildings including an unconverted oast house, former stables, potting sheds & glass houses. The gardens are now overgrown but must have been splendid in their time with tree-lined walkways & ornamental ponds. Planning Permission exists to demolish the property & replace with a new dwelling extending to about 13,500 sq.ft. Further details can be viewed on Wealden District Council's website: www.planning.wealden.gov.uk Ref: WD/20080052 Crowborough 1.5 miles, Tunbridge Wells 8 miles. (Distances approximate)
An attractive stone cottage with delightful gardens and three substantial stone barns surrounded by open countryside with potential for conversion (subject to the necessary consents), near Charlbury, Woodstock and Oxford. Home Farm Cottage is a detached stone cottage under a tile and slate roof with a single storey extension. Within the property are numerous period features including exposed beams and open fireplaces, with views to the south over open pasture land and rear gardens which rise up to an extensive parking area with a timber cart shed which incorporates three stables and covered parking. Barns - To the north east of the cottage are three Grade II Listed traditional stone barns, one of which is detached with an adjoining derelict Dutch barn, partially surrounded by a stone wall. In addition are two further two storey stone barns linked by a single storey barn. To the south and east of the barns is a fenced paddock. To the north of the traditional barns is a raised level area, currently occupied by a six bay concrete portal framed open barn. Woodstock 5 miles Charlbury (Mainline railway station to London Paddington 70 minutes) 5 miles Chipping Norton 7 miles Oxford 11 miles (Distances and times approximate)
One of Ten extensive high specification residences converted from a mid 18th Century Grade II Listed building. Approached along an imposing tree lined drive within an historical country estate. Hurry - only one left! Bromyard 9 miles, Tenbury Wells 9 miles, Kidderminster 11 miles, Droitwich 12 miles, Worcester 15 miles, Birmingham 33 miles, London 135 miles, M5 (J5) 15 miles. (distances approximate). Post code: WR6 6SG
An outstanding site of almost 35 acres including a vineyard, ancient woodland and lake. Planning permission is in place for a brand new property totalling in excess of 8,000 sq ft. Planning Ref. 08/P/01751. This special site occupies a very private and secluded setting off Hound House Road which is found to the south of Shere and to the west of Peaslake. It is a unique opportunity to build one's own house in a quite wonderful setting within the Surrey Hills. The current owners have planted a vineyard which extends to about 9 acres and has been planted with classic French varieties. The first harvest is scheduled for 2012. The property extends to almost 35 acres and incorporates a lovely belt of ancient woodland and fantastic lake put in by our clients. Planning permission has been obtained for an attractive replacement house designed by the architect Ian Adam Smith. The consent extends to circa 6,500 square feet over 2 floors and under its current layout has 5 receptions rooms, study, kitchen breakfast room, 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. In addition there is consent for 4 garages and a Victorian pool house to go next to the proposed swimming pool. Guildford 8 miles (London Waterloo 35 minutes) Dorking 9 miles (London Victoria 55 minutes) West Clandon 8 miles (London Waterloo 51 minutes) Central London 35 miles.
A beautifully presented 2 bedroom apartment incorporating one of the old reception rooms of Dollarbeg castle. The accommodation is over 2 floors and enjoys about 5 acres of communal gardens and grounds. Dollarbeg Castle is a Scots Baronial castle which was built in the 19th Century. In 2007 the castle was developed by Manor Kingdom into 10 luxury apartments. No.8 is a main door apartment and is situated towards the rear of the castle with views over the formal communal gardens and the Ochil Hills beyond. The accommodation is over two floors and incorporates the original Great Hall of the old castle. The Great Hall is on the first floor and has created the most wonderful open plan living area with a high vaulted ceiling and an abundance of natural light from three aspects. At one end, is a modern open plan kitchen with granite work tops and Siemens appliances. A central island/breakfast table separates the kitchen from the main sitting and dining areas. The ground floor comprises of a master bedroom and a further double bedroom. The master bedroom has its own dressing room and en suite shower room and bedroom 2 has its own private shower room which is separate from the bedroom. Dollarbeg is a mix of town and country living situated between all the major towns and cities: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Perth and Dundee. Dollar lies about 2 miles to the north at the foot of the Ochil Hills
The Garden Wing forms part of Newbyth House and is set in wonderful East Lothian countryside with a southerly aspect. The garden and grounds are shared between the residences of Newbyth House Newbyth House was designed in 1817 by Archibald Elliot in Georgian Gothic style with towers and castellated battlements. The house has now been converted into 8 apartments, 7 in the main house plus the Garden Wing. The Garden Wing is very independent and is almost separate from the main house. All the accommodation is on the ground floor apart from the tower room which is located above the snug and currently isn't being used but can be accessed through a hatch. The current owner carried out a programme of renovation works through out. The house is entered through its own private front door into a welcoming hall which is also used as a dining area. The drawing room which was formally the billiard Room of Newbyth House is located in the heart of the house. It has a beautiful open fire place and a bow window giving access to the veranda and gardens. A large central circular cupola gives fantastic light. Off the drawing room is a comfortable snug. East Linton 2.5 miles, Haddington 8.5 miles, Edinburgh 27.5 miles (distances approximate)
The White House is a beautifully presented 17th century house steeped in history & situated right on the seafront in the village of Anstruther. There are magnificent sea views over the Firth of Forth from almost every window. The property has tremendous character with many interesting features, including Adam style fireplaces, Delft tiling & original panelled walls. The property has also undergone a programme of upgrading to create a very comfortable family home. The accommodation is spilt over many levels and comprises: 3 public rooms, 5 bedrooms, breakfast/kitchen, bathroom, shower room, W.C, reception hall and utility room. Studio Flat The lower level is a self contained flat with separate access & a connecting door to the utility area of the main house. The accom includes bedroom, shower room & sitting room with kitchen area. '+CHR(13)+ Anstruther is one of the highly acclaimed east Neuk villages in Fife. The East Neuk is best known for its fishing villages built around picturesque harbours and sandy unspoilt beaches.
This sympathetic redevelopment by Kit Martin was carried out to a very high standard whilst respecting the integrity and historic importance of the original buildings. The sympathetic redevelopment was based on the creation of very large houses, incorporating the original state rooms without sub-division. The external changes have been so few as to be barely noticeable, likewise internal alterations have been minimal. East Tower extends over 4 storeys and is almost 4000 square feet in area. The heavy wooden door opens into an entrance hall off which are a very large kitchen and a corridor giving access to the dining room. From the hall a turnpike stair rises to the first floor where there is a study and a magnificent drawing room which is light airy and beautifully proportioned. The stair continues to two further floors which provide four bedrooms, three of which have ensuite bathrooms, a further bathroom and a sitting area which has also been used as an additional bedroom. The property has its own private garden and a further great attraction is the shared ownership of the 16.5 acres of wooded gardens that surround Cullen House. Cullen House is situated just to the south of the small coastal town of Cullen on the Banffshire coastline. Both Aberdeen and Inverness airports can be reached within about 1 1/4 hour and there are railway stations at Huntly and Keith.
Operational student accommodation scheme with potential for refurbishment. Mixture of accommodation types providing a total of 75 bed spaces. Located in the heart of the Bloomsbury district in Central London. Janet Poole House is a secure, self-contained development over lower ground and five upper floors and compromises three Grade II Listed Merchant Houses. The building provides a total of 41 bedrooms, ranging from single occupancy non en-suite bedrooms to triple occupancy studios, giving a total of 75 bed spaces. The majority of the rooms are en-suite and have individual kitchenettes. The scheme also includes communal kitchens,bathrooms, a lounge room and laundry room. To the rear of the property there is an external courtyard area and vaults. This space has the potential to be converted into further bedrooms, subject to all the necessary consents. The property is in close proximity to both Euston Square Underground Station (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines), which is located approximately 0.3km to the north, and Goodge Street Underground Station (Northern Line), which is located approximately 0.3 km to the south west of the subject property. Janet Poole House is in an excellent location occupying a prominent position in Bloomsbury, and within walking distance of Tottenham Court Road and Euston Road.
The former old harbour master's house is totally untainted by inappropriate modernisation and is located in agruably one of the most sought after locations in Weymouth with fantastic views over the harbour. This delightful property is not listed and has an enviable triple aspect of Weymouth's working harbour and perfect viewing for the Olympic sailing events in 2012. The property is versatile and could be used as 2 flats: a 1-bed garden flat and a 1-bed flat upstairs or one of the reception rooms could be converted into a bedroom to make it a 3-bed property. The property would benefit from some modernisation and refurbishment and has the potential for a roof terrace, subject to planning permission. Dorchester 7.5 miles. Bridport 13 miles. Direct rail service to London Waterloo in under 3 hours. It is a level walk from the house to the shops, beach and train station.
Situated in the popular village of Broom, this Laing Homes property was built in 2002 and occupies the largest plot of the 5 properties. Sitting in 0.43 acre the house has modern, versatile family accommodation with lovely gardens 4 Malt House Close was built in 2002 by Laing Homes and occupies the largest plot of 5 properties. It has the added benefit of a triple garage with annexe/studio above. The property has a study to the front of the property. Drawing room with brick inglenook fireplace, gas fire and tiled hearth. Double doors to dining room. Dining room with double doors to rear garden and patio. Kitchen/breakfast room with Shaker style units, Range Master range, integrated appliances. First floor with 5 bedrooms, the master having dressing room and en suite. Outside, 5 bar gate leads to driveway and parking area and access to triple garage. Formal lawned gardens to front and rear. Rear landscaped garden with extensive stone area, flower and shrub borders, timber fencing to boundaries with a further sun terrace. Triple garage with electrically operated up and over doors and staircase to annexe and studio above with kitchenette and shower room. In all about 0.43 acre Honeybourne Station 5 miles (trains to London Paddington from 1hr 34 mins), Stratford upon Avon 8 miles, Evesham 8.5 miles, Broadway 12 miles, M40 (J15) 14.5 miles, Birmingham 24 miles
Attractive and substantial attached oast and barn conversion situated in a peaceful, idyllic setting, within the Cranbrook School Catchment Area. School House Oast is set well back from a quiet, no through-lane, and approached over a long driveway culminating in a parking and turning sweep in front of the house. In a very peaceful location, the oast enjoys semi rural views over farmland and the Teise Valley. The village of Horsmonden is close by with its pretty village green with framed and interesting properties, and the village offers good local amenities, serving all the usual day to day needs, as do the neighbouring villages of both Goudhurst and Brenchley. For the commuter there is easy access to Paddock Wood with its own main line station, providing a regular service to Charing Cross / London Bridge in about 55 minutes. The property is well presented throughout and has light, well proportioned accommodation with good ceiling heights. The pretty garden has a very useful outbuilding providing a home office as well as a further garden room, garden store and stable. Brenchley 2 miles, Goudhurst 3 miles, Paddock Wood 4.5 miles, Royal Tunbridge Wells 10 miles (distances are approximate)
A fabulous two double bedroom duplex penthouse apartment atop a grand converted Victorian building built by the Co-operative in 1887. The apartment extends to 1336 sq ft with a large open plan reception room opening on to a private roof terrace. The 11'5x9'4 kitchen is tucked away to the back of the upper level with a double oven, plenty of storage and an electronically controlled Velux window with rain sensors. The current owners have given careful thought to the newly built storage in the dining area and other built in Neville Johnson pieces in the hall and bedrooms. On the lower level the south east facing master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and plenty of built in wardrobes whilst bedroom two has a fabulous new walk in wardrobe. The flat is in superb order with a combination of wooden floors and good quality carpets. Outdoor heaters on the roof terrace lend it perfectly to summer entertaining whilst the flat is airconditioned. Sugar House has a night time porter and shares daytime porter facilities with the adjacent development. The apartment is being sold with one underground car parking space. Two streets from the City of London and many residents walk to work in the Square Mile. Transport: Aldgate East (Hammersmith & City and District) and Aldgate (Metropolitan and Circle). Supermarket shopping at Waitrose less than 1/2 mile away.
A delightful semi detached property conveniently located within the village, close to the shop. 2 The Post House was built in 2006, and has been built in a sympathetic style, with locally sourced Michelmersh brick and clay tiling. The property also features wooden framed double glazed windows, and has 5 years remaining NHBC warranty. 2 The Post House provides comfortable accommodation which is ideal for a family home, and features a good size double aspect sitting room, spacious kitchen and dining room, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a playroom and family bathroom. The garden to the rear is an excellent outdoor space, which is mainly laid to lawn with a terrace area. There is also a vegetable plot, greenhouse, shed and flower beds. This is ideal outdoor space for a family. To the front is a brick driveway and undercover parking area. Micheldever Micheldever Station 2 miles (London Waterloo 56 minutes) Winchester 7 miles (London Waterloo 57 minutes) Basingstoke 12 miles (London Waterloo 47 minutes) Distances and times approximate
12 properties created from the refurbishment and restoration in a unique conversion of a Georgian terrace property, centrally located in the heart of the English Riviera town of Torquay. Overlooking the marina and harbour. 3 bedroom split level with sea views and own front door
A delightful bright two bedroom corner unit for sale on the fifth floor of Commodore House. The apartment boasts river views of the Thames from the spacious open plan reception room and both bedrooms. Wandsworth Town train station is just five minutes walk away with trains to Waterloo taking just 15 minutes. On site facilities include 24 hour concierge, secure underground car park, residents' health & fitness suite, Youngs Waterfront bar & restaurant, Cake Boy French patisserie, a Hudsons grocery store, Tesco and private business centre. An award winning St George PLC development located on the south side of the River Thames by Wandsworth Bridge.
3 Sunning House is a very spacious ground floor apartment standing in beautiful mature and private communal gardens fronting Sunningdale golf course. The M3, M4 and M25 motorways are also easily accessible. Sporting facilities in the area are excellent and include golf on Wentworth, Sunningdale, The Berkshire and Swinley Forest, polo in Windsor Great Park and the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club. There is racing at Ascot and Windsor and extensive walking and riding on Chobham Common and in Windsor Great Park. The local schooling is exceptional with many renowned private schools including Eton College, Papplewick, Sunningdale, St. Mary's, Heathfield, Hurst Lodge, St George's and St. John's Beaumont. In addition there is the American Community School and TASIS. Sunningdale village and station half a mile, Ascot 2 miles, Heathrow Airport 14 miles, Central London 28 miles, M3 5 miles, M4 9 miles (distances approximate).
A stylish one bedroom apartment in this former Victorian School with an easy walk to the city centre. The apartment is spacious and extremely light and has the benefit of a private parking space. Sutcliffe House is a former Victorian school situated to the east of Bath City centre. Converted in 2004, it now provides modern and stylish accommodation within this grade II listed building. Bath City centre is a within a easy ten minute walk. The apartment is a stylish well presented modern apartment on the top floor. Access to the apartment is through well maintained communal areas, once in the apartment the space and wealth of natural light is extremely striking. The large sitting room, with dual aspect, is the most impressive room with great views either side of the property. The kitchen is well appointed, with integrated appliances. The large bedroom is also extremely spacious, with integrated wardrobe, and enough space for a study area within the bedroom. There is a communal rear courtyard area which is open to the private car park Bath City Centre - 0.5 miles Bath Spa Train Station - 15 minute walk (London Padington approximately 85 mins) M4 Motorway (J18) 10 miles
Marconi House is an architectural masterpiece within the Strand Conservation Area, providing 79 magnificent luxury apartments and penthouses with hotel services created within an imposing Grade II Listed building. Marconi House has everything you would expect and more, every finite and exacting detail. From individually engineered kitchens to bespoke stone finishes, from in-wall bath TV's throughout to apartments featuring state of the art Smart Home Guide Entertainment Systems - Marconi House is the all encompassing lifestyle opportunity where specification is absolute. Residents facilities are planned to include: Over 2000 sqft reception, lounge and foyer. 24 hour concierge desk. Secure car parking (limited and subject to additional cost). Use of hotel restaurant and lounge bars. Use of hotel Level 10 Lounge and Sky Bar. Use of spa and fitness suite. Use of hotel room service. Please note, photos are of the show apartment and are for illustrative purposes. Completion due end of 2012. Marconi House is in a world class location close to The City, Covent Garden, The Royal Opera House, Theatreland and the restaurants and bars in Leicester Square. It is also within 2 miles of the most exclusive shopping streets in London - Oxford Street, Bond Street, Regents Street and Savill Row.
A one bedroom apartment available on 25% to 75% part buy / part ren. Rent is paid on the un-purchased equity. Prices start from £23,750. The site is located off Gt Billing Road close to Overstone Golf Course. By car you can be in Northampton town center with both train and coach stations in around 15 minutes. Bridleways also offers easy access to the A5, juction 15 of the M1 and A14.
A two bedroom apartment available on 25% to 75% part buy / part rent. Rent is paid on the un-purchased equity. Prices start from £23,750. The site is located off Gt Billing Road close to Overstone Golf Course. By car you can be in Northampton town center with both train and coach stations in around 15 minutes. Bridleways also offers easy access to the A5, juction 15 of the M1 and A14.