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Park Hall is an elegant Victorian house built in 1880 by William Tasker in a Queen Anne style, constructed in red brick beneath a hipped roof. The house was formerly The Dower house to the Ragley Hall Estate. Latterly the property was owned by WarAG during the second world war, when it was used as a hostel for the Land Army. The main house was converted into six apartments in 1988 with number 3 occupying part of the first floor. The apartment has been beautifully updated by the present owner whilst retaining many charming period features including high ceilings, solid wooden doors, sash windows with shutters and glorious views across the surrounding grounds and open countryside. The accommodation briefly comprises; Entrance Hall, 23' Sitting Room with dual aspect windows and views, Kitchen with range of integrated appliances to include 5 ring gas hob, electric double oven/grill, dishwasher, washer dryer and fridge/freezer, Double Bedroom with dual aspect and Bathroom with underfloor heating. Ideal as a second home or 'lock up and leave' this apartment offers peace of mind to the security conscious and the chance to live in a beautiful historic building.
Park Hall is situated on the outskirts of Salford Priors on the Warwickshire/Worcestershire border. Salford Priors offers facilities to include a primary school, public house and Parish Church. The property is well-placed for access to a number of larger centres to include Stratford-upon-Avon, Alcester and Worcester. The M5 (approximately 16 miles) can be accessed at Worcester and there are good road links to the M40 at Warwick (approximately 17 miles).
Park Hall has large communal gardens, mainly laid to lawn with some specimen trees and herbaceous shrubs and borders. The apartment also benefits from use of a communal tennis court, parking area and an en-bloc single garage
The property is a Leasehold property with a 99 year lease that commenced in 1988. Maintenance charge £3400.00 per annum.
All mains services are connected. Gas-fired central heating. The property is rated council tax band C resulting in a charge of £1430.20 for 2015/16.
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