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This property is an impressive two bedroom ground floor apartment in a converted Victorian mansion house located off the high street of the popular village of Ardingly. Hapstead House was sympathetically converted into apartments in 2000 and features private gated parking and manicured communal gardens. The accommodation is approached by an impressive entrance hall which leads to the principle rooms, including an L-shaped sitting room with an attractive feature stone fireplace which has an inset multi fuel burner.
The windows to the front have attractive fitted shutters and there is a recessed area with space for a dining table. Double doors lead into the contemporary fitted kitchen, which offers a range of units and includes a fitted 4 ring Neff hob with oven below and concealed extractor, in addition to plenty of worksurface space. The bedrooms are both of a good size, with the master bedroom benefitting from an en-suite shower room with a fitted white suite. Both bedrooms also benefit from fitted shutters to the windows, taking in the aspect of the communal gardens. The main bathroom is also fitted with a modern white suite.
Ardingly is a picturesque and sought after village to the North of Haywards Heath. The village is home to Ardingly College, The Royal Botanical Gardens at Wakehurst Place and the South of England Showground. The reservoir offers good walking, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and fishing. Ardingly has an array of local shops whilst more comprehensive facilities including a mainline station with services to Victoria and London Bridge can be found approximately 4 miles distant in Haywards Heath.
Lease: 125 years from 01/01/2000
Service Charge and Ground Rent: £400.69 per quater including buildings insurance, gardening and maintenance
Ground Floor Apartment
Beautiful Communal Gardens
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
Close to the High Street
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