This delightful, first floor, one-bedroomed flat faces south and overlooks the Mews gardens and the parkland beyond.
There is a sitting room with wooden fire surround and a French doors leading on to a balcony which would be ideal for two garden chairs, or for placing plant pots and tubs which would thrive in the sunshine that floods in to the flat during the mornings. There are phone and T.V. points as well as several double power sockets in this room.
Leading from the hallway is the bedroom which is well-furnished with ample fitted hanging cupboards and drawers. There is a phone and T.V. point as well as plenty of double electrical sockets. The shower room is also off the hallway and consists of a shower enclosure with electric Mira shower, a w.c. and a basin over a vanity unit.
A cloakroom with w.c. and small wash hand basin is adjacent to the bathroom and ideal for visitors’ use.
The fully-fitted kitchen has a halogen hob, an electric oven and ample fitted cupboards and shelves. The fridge/freezer is freestanding. There is space for a small table and 2 chairs to enjoy eating breakfast and supper.
The French doors are double-glazed and made of UVPC.
Each flat in the Mews has the use of its own lockable attic space of approximately 6ft x 6ft for surplus small pieces of furniture, pictures and suitcases. The attics are on the second floor.
Garages are normally available under a separate contract.
In the stunning grounds of Amesbury Abbey
Apartment 16 at The Mews 1 is situated in 35 acres of peaceful parkland on the banks of the River Avon in the grounds of Amesbury Abbey, a magnificent Palladian-style stately home. The grounds include the restored Chinese summer house commissioned by Charles, Duke of Queensbury, and designed by Sir William Chambers, designer of the pagoda at Kew.
Lifetime Residency and Quarterly Charges
As well as the initial Lifetime Residency payment, which is 92% refundable when you vacate the property, there is a quarterly service charge which covers the vast majority of the costs and tasks associated with running and maintaining your home and the grounds, including an invitation to lunch daily with other residents.