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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

£450,000 2 bed Apartment

NEW! Beautifully presented 2 Bedroom Ground Floor Apartment with French doors out to a patio and shared gardens. SHARE OF FREEHOLD. 16 ft x 12 ft lounge/diner with wood burner, stylish refurbished bathroom & kitchen/breakfast rm. Exterior storage. Quiet position in Conservation area.

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A beautifully presented Two Bedroom Ground Floor Apartment with French doors out to a patio and gardens.
Grade 11 listed by English Heritage as the first iconic 1950s Span development by ground breaking architect Eric Lyons.

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

Quickstep wood laminate flooring to the hall and bright lounge/diner over 16 ft x 12 ft with wood burner and slate hearth.

Main bedroom 12 ft square with two inbuilt wardrobe cupboards : Double aspect second bedroom/home office.
Stylish refurbished kitchen/breakfast with quartz worktops and space for breakfast table and chairs.

Refurbished bathroom.

Gas central heating system with an efficient Worcester Greenstar condensing combi boiler.

Own exterior store/drying cupboard plus a further individual store locker and use of a shared communal store room.

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

COMMUNAL ENTRANCE:
Communal area leading to entrance door to

ENTRANCE HALL:
Radiator, wood laminate floor, reeded glass door through to

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: Abt. 16 ft 1 x 12 ft 3 (4.90m x 3.74m)
Radiator, wood laminate floor, wood burner set in chimney breast with slate hearth, coving, front aspect windows and French Doors to patio and gardens.

KITCHEN: Abt. 8 ft 10 x 8 ft 3 (2.68m x 2.51m)
Units fitted at eye and base level, quartz worktops, inset twin bowls with drainer grooves in the worktop, pull out pantry, integral fridge and freezer, spaces for cooker and washing machine, space for breakfast table and chairs, wood laminate floor, window to rear.

Door from reception room into ...
INNER LOBBY:
Fitted shelving and doors to bathroom & bedrooms.

BEDROOM ONE: Abt. 12 ft x 11 ft 11 minimum (3.68m x 3.51m minimum)
Room width windows to garden aspect, radiator, double doors to inbuilt wardrobe cupboard,
double doors to further inbuilt wardrobe cupboard.

DOUBLE ASPECT BEDROOM TWO /HOME OFFICE : Abt. 10 ft 3 x 7 ft (3.05m x 2.16m)
Windows to front and side aspects, radiator, recess with inbuilt shelving.

BATHROOM:
Tiled floor, bath with shower screen and both shower head over and separate rinser, sink with cabinet under, WC, frosted window, heated towel rail.
OUTSIDE: Communal gardens.

STORE/DRYING ROOM: (off the communal hall)
Abt. 8 ft 5 x 2 ft 5 (2.60m x 0.77m)
Currently housing the boiler.

Door to
SHARED STORE ROOM:
Door off the communal hallway area to a shared bin store with door to further..
OWN BRICK BUILT STORE LOCKER:
Abt. 2 ft 6 x 2 ft 4 x 7 ft 8 (0.8m x 0.7m x 2.4m)


MAINTENANCE:
£600per 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.

PATIO:
The French doors lead out to a small paved patio and the extensive communal garden. We would like viewers to note the patio is not technically part of the demise of the flat, but effectively it has been used by the occupants of this flat.

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.

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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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