We are delighted to offer an individual three bedroom property with landscaped sunny aspect garden. The entrance hall leads into the large lounge which is light and airy with full height window to front, a tiled hearth with a cast iron wood burner with wooden mantel above. The lounge leads to both the the kitchen and dining room and there is a large understairs storage cupboard. The dining room also has plenty of light and is double aspect with a window to front and french doors onto the rear garden.
The spacious kitchen has been tastefully refitted with a range of units comprising one and half bowl sink set into working surface with cupboards, drawers and pan drawers below, plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher, space for range cooker with contemporary stainless steel filter hood above, matching wall mounted units with pelmet lighting, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, large storage cupboard and space for fridge/ freezer.
The first floor landing has a window to side with countryside views, airing cupboard, large walk in eaves attic space with light and wall mounted Glow Worm boiler. The exceptionally large master bedroom has built in double wardrobes and distant sea views. Bedrooms two and three are double bedrooms with distant views and bedroom three has a built in single wardrobe. The bathroom has been refitted with a white suite comprising P shaped bath with glazed screen and rain head shower over, pedestal wash basin, close coupled w/c, heated towel rail, part tiled walls and tiled flooring.
The delightful rear garden is approx west facing and offers a high degree of seclusion. The garden is landscaped with a a large paved patio, decking area with inset rockery with pond/water feature lawn with inset tree and mature borders, outside tap and power point, side access and trellised arch to path/storage area with shed and gate to rear parking.
The property comes with the freehold title of 3 and 3 A Newick Close. There is a leasehold arrangement for each property which avoids a flying freehold issue because the lease deals with access for repairs etc. Therefore, there is no complication with a small part of no 3 being above part of 3a. The only impact of this is that No 3 is responsible for arranging buildings insurance for the whole freehold building, of which 3a pays one third. Repairs to the building are split in the same way.
The advantage of above is that the council tax band is very low as No 3 is categorised as a maisonette for council tax purposes.