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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
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 Apartment

NEW FOR 2022 ! Bright 2 bedroom top (2nd) floor flat in iconic Mid Century development. SHARE OF FREEHOLD. West facing lounge/diner over 16 ft x 12 ft, spacious main bed, dbl aspect 2nd bedroom/home office, refurbished bathroom. Lovely shared gardens in Conservation Area.

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A Bright Two Bedroom Top (2nd) Floor Apartment in this iconic mid century development by ground breaking architect Eric Lyons.

Long lease over 950 years plus a SHARE OF THE FREEHOLD.

Westerly facing lounge dining room over 16 ft x 12 ft overlooking the leafy communal gardens.
Spacious main bedroom 11 ft 11 x 12 ft 6 with fitted wardrobe cupboard and an additional shelved recess.
Double aspect second bedroom/home office.
Fitted kitchen with inbuilt oven and gas hob.
Stylish refurbished bathroom.
Gas central heating system with an efficient Worcester Greenstar condensing combi boiler.

Own exterior store/drying cupboard plus use of a shared communal drying room.

Nestled in Richmond Conservation Area 67 surrounded by delightful gardens, yet only moments from local shops, deli, coffee shops and other facilities on Ham Parade with its 24 hour bus services to Richmond and Kingston,
Parkleys is also within nearby reach of the open spaces of picturesque Ham Common and Richmond Park.

ENTRANCE:
Communal area with stairs up to the 2nd floor landing, leading to entrance door to

HALL:
Laminate floor, and further door through to

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: Abt. 16 ft 3 x 12 ft 4 (4.96m x 3.76m)
Radiator, room width front aspect windows with window boxes overlooking the gardens.

KITCHEN: Abt. 9 ft 1 x 8 ft 3 (2.76m x 2.51m)
Fitted cupboards and drawers at eye and base level, corner carousel unit. inset stainless steel sink unit, worktops and tile splashbacks, inset hob with fitted hood over, inbuilt oven, spaces for washing machine, fridge and freezer, door to cupboard with shelving and also housing combi boiler, windows to entrance side.

Door from lounge/diner into ...
INNER LOBBY:
Recess with space for shelving, door over to deep eye level storage cupboard, doors to bathroom and bedrooms.

BEDROOM ONE: Abt. 12 ft 6 x 11 ft 11 (3.81m x 3.62m)
Room width windows to garden aspect, radiator, double doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboard, additional recessed shelved cupboard.

DOUBLE ASPECT BEDROOM TWO /HOME OFFICE : Abt. 10 ft x 7 ft (3.06m x 2.13m)
Windows to front and side aspects, radiator, double doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboard in addition to room dimensions.

BATHROOM:
Tiled floor, panel enclosed bath with shower head over, tiled surround and shower rail and curtain, sink with cabinet and drawers under, WC, frosted window, radiator.

OUTSIDE: Communal gardens.

PRIVATE STORE/DRYING ROOM: (off the communal landing) Abt. 8 ft 4 x 2 ft 6 (2.59m x 0.78m)

There is also a door off the landing to a SHARED DRYING ROOM: (shared by the 4 flats on the 2nd floor).

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

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

ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT POLICY:
Many properties built in the UK up to the 1990s may contain some elements of asbestos. These have been identified at this development with an asbestos management policy in place. We can email this document to any interested parties.

Parkleys is Grade II listed by English Heritage as the first major Span development by ground-breaking architect Eric Lyons, President of RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) 1975-1977. He worked under Walter Gropius (founder of the Bauhaus) and became noted for progressive developments with signature attention to landscape and community, blending modernism with traditional elements like tile hanging and stock brick. Beginning with Parkleys in 1955-6, his practice gained many awards and as recently as 2005, Span received a special Housing Design Award for schemes meeting the Sustainable Communities Plan. For further reading see Eric Lyons and Span by Barbara Simms, RIBA Books 2006 or view a youtube video at

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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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