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HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND
HAM, RICHMOND

HAM, RICHMOND

£435,000 2 bed Flat

Bright Top (2nd) Floor Two Bedroom Apartment, stylishly remodelled and upgraded, enjoying lovely sweeping views across the communal gardens and offered with a SHARE OF THE FREEHOLD.

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A Bright Top (2nd) Floor Two Bedroom Apartment, stylishly remodelled and upgraded, enjoying lovely sweeping views across the gardens and offering the advantage of a SHARE OF THE FREEHOLD.

Lounge/dining room over 16ft x 12ft with a Westerly aspect.
Smart kitchen/breakfast room with integral oven and hob and space for table and chairs.
Spacious main bedroom with twin double doors to inbuilt wardrobes * Double aspect second bedroom.
Refurbished bathroom.
The property includes a private exterior store/drying cupboard and use of an additional shared store room.
Benefitting from upgrades to the central heating system and electrical installation.

Beautifully located in Richmond Conservation Area 67 overlooking gardens and trees from the reception room
and the main bedroom, yet only moments from shops, eateries, and 24 hour bus services to central Richmond and Kingston.

Protected by a Grade II English Heritage listing for its architectural interest as the first iconic Span development
by ground-breaking architect Eric Lyons, former President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Span were an early adopter of blending into the existing environment and the contemporary result is the flat benefits from the use of extensive landscaped private communal gardens.

COMMUNAL ENTRANCE:
With stairs to second floor landing. Door to storage room shared with the other 3 flats on this landing, plus door to
PRIVATE LOCKABLE STORE/DRYING ROOM:
Also housing the boiler.

Door from landing into ..
ENTRANCE HALL:
Reeded glass door and pane through to ...

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: Abt. 16ft 2 x 12ft 4 (4.92m x 3.75)
Room width windows to garden aspect, radiator.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST: Abt. 8 ft 10 x 8 ft 3 (2.68m x 2.52m)
Window to entrance side, wood floor, white fascia units at eye & base level, work surfaces, white brick tile splashbacks, inset sink inset hob, inbuilt oven, integral fridge, spaces for washing machine and dishwasher, space for breakfast table and chairs.

INNER LOBBY:
Reeded glass door from lounge/diner, door to shallow cupboard, doors to bathroom & bedrooms.

BATHROOM:
Tile enclosed bath, shower & screen over, WC, wash hand basin with cabinet under, radiator, frosted casement window, tiled floor.

BEDROOM ONE: Abt. 12ft 5 x 11ft 11 max (3.78m x 3.64m max)
Windows to garden aspect, radiator, double doors to built in wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelving, double doors to shelved cupboard.

DOUBLE ASPECT BEDROOM TWO: Abt. 9 ft 11 x 7 ft (3.01m min x 2.14m)
Windows to both front and side aspects, double doors to built in wardrobe cupboard, radiator.

OUTSIDE: Use of extensive landscaped private communal gardens.

MAINTENANCE:
Approx. £600 per quarter to include building insurance, communal lighting and cleaning, general maintenance and repairs, gardening and external window cleaning.

TENURE:
The freehold is held in common by the residents with an assigned Lease of 999 years from 25th December 1982.

Parkleys is Grade II listed by English Heritage for its architectural interest as the first major Span development by ground breaking architect Eric Lyons (1902-1980) (President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 1975-1977). He worked under Walter Gropius (founder of the Bauhaus) and became noted for forward looking developments with signature attention to landscape and community development, and a combination of modernism with more traditional elements like tile hanging and stock brick. Beginning with Parkleys in 1955-6, his practice collected 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.

Please note that as this is a listed building, no Energy Performance Certificate is required
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Ref: 2260
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. 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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