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Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common
Parkleys, Ham Common

Parkleys, Ham Common

£410,000 2 bed Apartment

NEW TO THE MARKET! Two bedroom ground floor apartment in GRADE II listed development moments from the open spaces of Ham Common. The apartment benefits from a SHARE OF THE FREEHOLD.

Full Details

A Well Presented TWO BEDROOM GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT in this sought after development
located just moments from the open spaces of beautiful Ham Common but also within reach of local shops,
eateries, and 24 hour bus services to central Richmond and Kingston.

Offered with the advantages of VACANT POSSESSION and NO ONWARD CHAIN

The apartment benefits from a SHARE OF THE FREEHOLD.

Bright lounge/dining room over 16ft x 12ft with flame effect fire in a stone fireplace.
Gas central heating system with a modern condensing combi boiler.
Main bedroom with sliding mirrored doors inbuilt wardrobe cupboards.
Smart bathroom with white suite.

Parkleys is Grade 11 listed by English Heritage as the first groundbreaking Span development by Eric Lyons
and also constitutes a Richmond Borough Conservation Area. To the rear, this apartment overlooks delightful
courtyard gardens.

COMMUNAL ENTRANCE:
With paved entrance area and shared bin store.

Entrance door into .
HALL:
Radiator in decorative cabinet, double doors to deep cupboard with internal light housing the combi boiler and electric consumer unit and currently housing a tumble dryer. Reeded glass door from hall into.

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: Abt. 16ft 2ins x 12ft 5ins (4.93m x 3.79m)
Room width windows to front aspect, radiator in decorative cabinet, flame effect gas fire set in fireplace and hearth, fitted bookshelves with spotlighting over and base level cabinets under.

KITCHEN : Abt. 8ft 9ins x 8ft 3ins (2.67m x 2.52m)
Fitted units at eye and base level, worktops and splashbacks, tiled floor, window to rear overlooking courtyard gardens, inset one and half bowl sink unit, inset hob with hood over, inbuilt oven, spaces for dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer.

Glazed door from lounge into ..
INNER LOBBY:
Doors to bedrooms and bathroom.

BATHROOM: Frosted window, panel enclosed bath with shower mixer and wall attachment, wash hand basin in tiled shelf with cabinet under, radiator, WC, fitted wall mirror and medicine cabinet.

BEDROOM ONE:
Abt. 12ft x 10ft 7ins minimum (up to the sliding doors of the wardrobes) (3.67m max x 3.32m minimum)
Window to front, radiator, sliding mirrored doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboards with hanging and shelving in addition to stated room dimensions, doors to inbuilt airing cupboard with internal radiator and slatted shelving in addition to stated room dimensions.

BEDROOM TWO: Abt. 9ft 11ins x 7ft (3.02 x 2.16m)
Window to rear courtyard garden aspect, fitted desk unit and shelves over, radiator, double doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboards with hanging and shelving in addition to stated room dimensions.

COMMUNAL GARDENS :

With a courtyard style garden area to the rear of the apartment.
Parkleys is Grade II listed by English Heritage for its architectural interest as the first major Span development by architect Eric Lyons (President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 1975-1977). He worked under
Walter Gropius (founder of the Bauhaus) and became noted for progressive developments with signature attention to landscape and community, with a blend of modernism with more traditional elements like tile hanging and stock brick. Beginning with Parkleys in 1955-6, his practice gained many awards and even as recently as 2005, Span received a special Housing Design Award given to schemes that meet the current Sustainable Communities Plan.

For further reading, potential purchasers are directed to Eric Lyons and Span by Barbara Simms,
RIBA Books 2006 or view the short video at https://www.thenbs.com/knowledge/eric-lyons-and-span

SHARE OF FREEHOLD:
The Freehold is held in common by the residents, each flat also having a lease of 999 years from 1982.

MAINTENANCE:
Maintenance is run in house with a quarterly charge of £600 to include building insurance, communal lighting and cleaning, general maintenance and repairs, gardening and external window cleaning.

EXTERIOR BICYCLE / STORE LOCKER:
The vendor informs us the lease demises an exterior lock up numbered J though we note to prospective purchasers that this does not appear on the Title or the Title Plan.

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These particulars are provided as a general outline only for the guidance of intending buyers and do not constitute, or form any part of, an offer or contract. All descriptions, measurements, implications as to usage, references explicit or implied as to condition and permissions for use and occupation, are given in good faith, but prospective buyers must not rely on them as statements or representations of fact and must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. Stated dimensions should not be relied
upon for fitting floor coverings, appliances or furniture. None of the services, fittings, appliances, or heating or hot water installations (if any), have been inspected or tested by Mervyn Smith & Co and no warranty can be given as to their working condition.
As a guide to prospective buyers, we have been advised by the vendor regarding the service charge but we have not inspected any accounts and we do not know their terms and conditions. Prospective buyers and their legal advisers will have to establish the exact outgoings and obligations prior to any legal commitment to purchase.

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