Occupying an elevated location with superb views to both front and rear over Blockley brook and surrounding countryside, this second floor, two bedroom penthouse apartment is one of six properties in this converted mill complex in the centre of Blockley village.
The property has been stylishly and thoughtfully improved over recent years and has two double bedrooms, both with Southerly aspects over the mill race, spacious living room with a beamed ceiling and a real fire, large rear dining room, a stylishly appointed fitted kitchen with a good compliment of units incorporating a built in oven, hob, microwave and dishwasher and the property has the unusual advantage of both a shower room/w.c. and a separate bathroom/w.c. so that guests have their own facilities.
The property has gas fired central heating from a combination boiler, the use of communal gardens to both front and rear and the right to park one vehicle in the communal car park through the archway at the rear of the building.
Viewers cannot fail to be impressed by the many windows producing optimum light penetration and the superb views particularly to the front over the gently cascading mill race and gardens towards distant countryside.
Blockey village centre is only a few hundred yards away with a local village store and tea room, there are two public houses, two hotels, a nursery, primary school and the property is within the catchment of Chipping Campden School
Communal Entrance Hall:
With returning staircase leading to second floor and entrance to flat 6.
5.51m (18ft 1in) x 1.32m (4ft 4in)
Half storey to main landing area, with part beamed ceiling back to back window to stairwell
2.92m (9ft 7in) x 2.13m (7ft 0in)
With beech block style laminate work tops fitted to all sides with split level ceramic Neff hob and split level Neff electric circatherm oven with integrated Neff microwave above. One corner unit housing combination boiler for instantaneous hot water and gas fired central heating, inset 1 1/2 astralite sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, slim line white dishwasher, two tier vegetable basket, integrated Zanussi fridge and freezer, concealed pelmet lighting illuminating work surfaces, five matching wall mounted cupboards, one with a glazed cabinet display front and integrated lighting, timber panelling surround to work surfaces and exceptional northerly aspect over roof tops and treescape towards Blockley.
4.42m (14ft 6in) x 4.27m (14ft 0in)
With single radiator, two large windows with northerly aspect over treescape, beamed ceiling and some painted stone pillars.
4.98m (16ft 4in) x 3.84m (12ft 7in)
With single radiator, a superb southerly aspect over Blockley brook and communal front garden, rustic brick surround to a real fireplace with stone hearth, t.v. aerial point and beamed ceiling. Painted stone pillars.
Front Bedroom 2:
3.99m (13ft 1in) x 3.25m (10ft 8in)
A superb southerly aspect over Blockley brook, painted stone pillar, exposed beams to the ceiling and single radiator.
3.91m (12ft 10in) x 4.06m (13ft 4in)
With an attractive southerly aspect over Blockley brook, exposed beams to the ceiling, painted stone pillar, two double and one single built in wardrobes, two three draw units built below the window sill and two free standing bedside tables, single radiator.
With three piece suite in white, low flush w.c., wash hand basin set into double cabinet with delta shaped shower cubicle, folding glazed door and shower unit, ceramic tile walls with dado picture rail tiling relief, large dressing mirror and double mirrored vanity cupboard, ladder style chrome heated towel rail and radiator.
2.59m (8ft 6in) x 2.51m (8ft 3in)
With three piece suite in white, low flush w.c. with cupboard to one side, panelled bath with central chrome mixer tap and a wash hand basin set into double cupboard unit with cupboard to one side. Double mirrored vanity cupboard with pelmet and low voltage light, part ceramic tile walls with dado tiling relief and utility cabinet with built in Zanussi washer/dryer, large tall ladder style chrome heated towel rail and radiator.
We are informed that the property is held under a 199 year lease from December 1993 with a service charge of approximately £1,900 per annum to cover buildings insurance, gardening, cleaning of the communal areas general maintenance and sinking fund. Whilst the property can be used for full time occupation, a second home and can be rented out under an assured shorthold tenancy, there is a provision within the lease that the property cannot be let as holiday accommodation unless it is to family or friends. The purchaser is advised to ascertain the exact terms and conditions of the lease in pre contract enquiries prior to exchange of contracts.