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
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

LARGER STYLE 1st FLOOR PARKLEYS APARTMENT 850 Sq Ft with OPTIONS TO ARRANGE AS 3 BEDROOMS OR 2 BEDROOMS/2 RECEPTIONS. Shared freehold and use of extensive gardens to rear.

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WELL PRESENTED LARGER STYLE 1st FLOOR PARKLEYS APARTMENT OFFERING 850 Sq Ft WITH OPTIONS TO ARRANGE AS EITHER 3 BEDROOMS OR 2 BEDROOMS/2 RECEPTIONS.

The apartment enjoys an end terrace position with the ground floor entrance serving only 3 apartments - one on each floor, - each with their own individual store/utility/drying rooms.

Main lounge/dining room over 16 ft x 12 ft open plan to the kitchen offers formal and informal dining areas whilst creating a bright double aspect. The kitchen includes 5 ring gas hob, oven, fridge, pull out pantry and peninsula servery. The outer room currently accommodates the washing machine and tumble dryer.

The apartment has an extra room more than standard Parkleys apartments which can be a 2nd reception or 3rd bedroom.

Long lease of over 950 years plus a SHARE OF FREEHOLD

The apartment also shares an extensive communal garden area to the rear.

Located in Richmond Conservation Area No. 67 yet close to bus services to central Richmond and Kingston and all the shops on Ham Parade. It is only moments from the open spaces of picturesque Ham Common with its traditional village pond and cricket club and is also within reach of Richmond Park.

COMMUNAL ENTRANCE:
With flagged ground floor forecourt and stairs up to 1st floor landing with floor to ceiling front window.

Entrance door into the flat and door opposite the flat entrance into

PRIVATE DRYING ROOM/STORE/UTILITY
Currently housing the Worcester Greenstar boiler, washing machine and tumble dryer.

HALL:
With laminate floor, double doors to base level cupboard, window to rear overlooking gardens, coatrack, reeded glass door into

LOUNGE/ DINING ROOM : Abt. 16 ft 2 ins x 12 ft 5 ins (4.92m x 3.79m)
Room width secondary glazed windows to front aspect, fireplace and mantelpiece, laminate floor, radiator.

RECEPTION 2 / BEDROOM 3 Abt. 12 ft 5 ins x 10ft (3.79 x 3.06m)
Room width secondary glazed windows to front aspect, laminate floor, radiator.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST: Abt. 8 ft 11 ins x 8 ft 5 ins (2.72 m x 2.56m)
Windows to rear aspect overlooking the gardens, units fitted at eye and base level with worktops and splashbacks, peninsula servery/informal diner, inset one and a half bowl sink, inset 5 ring gas hob, inbuilt oven, integral fridge and pull out pantry cupboard, spotlights.

Reeded glass door from reception room into
INNER LOBBY: Door to store cupboard, doors to bedrooms and bathroom.

BEDROOM ONE: Abt. 12 ft 5 ins x 11 ft 11 ins (3.79m max x 3.64m)
Secondary glazed windows to front aspect, laminate floor, radiator, double doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboards.

BEDROOM TWO: Abt. 9 ft 10 x 7 ft (3.00m x 2.12m)
Secondary glazed windows to rear garden aspect, radiator, double doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboards in addition to room dimensions.

BATHROOM:
Frosted window with opening casement, wash hand basin with drawers and cabinet under, radiator, tile panel enclosed bath with shower over and supplementary mixer, shower screen.

COMMUNAL GARDEN AREA:
To the immediate rear of the flat.

Parkleys is Grade II listed by English Heritage for its architectural interest as the first major Span development by ground breaking architect Eric Lyons - President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 1975-1977). Together with his co-founder Geoffrey Townsend, their far sighted goal was to create affordable, well-designed homes in landscape settings, which would foster a village community atmosphere. Lyons had worked under Walter Gropius (founder of the Bauhaus) and became noted for progressive developments with signature attention to landscape and community, mixing a blend of modernism and more traditional elements like tile hanging and stock brick. Parkleys was built in 1955-6 but even as recently as 2005, Span received a special Housing Design Award for 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

MAINTENANCE (Service Charge):
£600 per quarter includes block building insurance, communal lighting and cleaning, repairs and maintenance to
exterior parts, gardening and external window cleaning.

LEASE: Freehold held in common by the residents with a Lease of 999 years from 1982.

REF 2246
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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