Alton Station & Waitrose store within 1/3rd mile (Waterloo - minimum journey time 67 minutes) - High Street within 0.4 mile. This impressive second floor apartment has a triple aspect being in a detached three storey block built by Hollybourne Developments, a well known and award winning local company. Design characteristics include corniced and coved ceilings as specified, classique style panelled internal doors with brass finished handles, moulded architraves and skirting boards, electric and storage heating, an unvented hot water system and a communal entryphone. All rooms are independently accessed from the reception hall whilst power switchplates are located at a user friendly height.
Communal entryphone system, block pave red threshold, lighting. Double glazed replacement main front door with matching side screens to:-
Carpeted, dado rails,coved ceiling, lighting. Part glazed door to matching rear hall - alternative double glazed replacement door to outside and garaging. Metal balustraded stairs turning to:-
L-shaped - rear aspect. Part glazed door to entrance vestibule, push button light, electric meter box. Swept head panelled personal front door with brass furniture to:-
11' 5'' x 3' 4 (3.48m x 1.02m) main area
Ornate corniced smooth finished ceiling, entry phone with automatic door release, telephone socket(subject to connection). Built-in part shelved coats cupboard - fuseboxes. Built-in airing cupboard - recessed Tribune unvented hot water storage system, 2 immersion heaters, scale inhibitor. Hatch to loft with fitted ladder.
18' 6'' x 11' 8 (5.63m x 3.55m)
Twin aspect overlooking front and side gardens. Ornate corniced smooth finished ceiling. Decorative Adam style fire surround, dentil mantelpiece and marble style hearth, dado rails. Dimplex storage and slimline heaters, multi-media socket.
11' 8'' x 6' 10 (3.55m x 2.08m)
Rear aspect over townscape. Refitted to a maple theme with brushed chrome finished handles, granite effect laminated worktops and Zanussi stainless steel finished electric oven and ceramic hob with matching up stands and tiled back. Providing floor cupboards with some slide-out baskets, top drawer, corner larder and part glazed wall cabinets with matching split level breakfast bar and inset Franke stainless steel single drainer curved sink + mono mixer and tiled splash backs. Plumbing for washing machine, spaces for condenser drier, fridge and freezer. Stone effect vinyl flooring.
12' 6'' x 10' 10 (3.81m x 3.30m)
Front aspect overlooking communal gardens to grounds of Alton House Hotel beyond. Coved ceiling, woodblock effect vinyl flooring, Dimplex slimline heater.
11' 8'' x 10' 5 (3.55m x 3.17m)
Rear seasonal townscape aspect. Coved ceiling with downlight, woodblock effect vinyl flooring, Dimplex slimline heater, TV aerial lead.
8' 6'' x 4' 9 (2.59m x 1.45m)
Wooden framed Velux style rear roof window. Refitted with white suite, chrome finish fittings and low height tongued and grooved style panelling presenting panelled bath with mixers/hand shower attachment, pedestal wash basin with mixers, and wc. Chrome heated towel rail, shaver socket.
17' 2'' x 8' 9 (5.23m x 2.66m)
Found by leaving the rear door of the communal hall and proceeding left handed, being in the second block of garages on the right - first on left of 3. Opposite number 17. Approached by covered way. Up-and-over door with brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof. Bin store.
Are a particular feature of the development and are laid mainly to lawn with flower borders, shrubberies, hedging, mature trees, a network of paths, seating areas and lighting.
(a) Please note we understand that our vendor clients own a share in the freehold and have acquired a new 999 year lease.
(b) Photographs shown may include views and general scenes of the gardens and development.
From the Sainsbury's mini-roundabout, proceed on Drayman's Way, Alton's inner relief road towards the Station. Continue ahead at the Molson Coors Brewery mini-roundabout. At the next mini-roundabout, turn right onto Normandy Street. Turn first right into York Mews. Continue down the road. The apartment is in the second block on the left after the recessed parking on the left.
York Mews lies between the town centre and the Station, this apartment being on the Westerly side of the development, a private no-through road which consists of apartments of varying designs and sizes. The development has extensive tree studded communal gardens which adjoin the grounds of Alton House Hotel with the novelty of the Watercress Steam Railway Line forming the southerly perimeter. The neighbourhood also has local shops, Kings Pond, churches (St Lawrence and St Mary's RC), a cinema, a real ale inn, and doctors and dentists surgeries. Steeped in Civil War history, Alton also has Sainsbury's and M & S stores, further proposed national stores, restaurants, a library, museum and art gallery, schools, further education college, a sports centre, health and bowls clubs, and on the outskirts, two golf courses.