Property Information

A beautifully presented and spacious apartment forming part of a prestigious English Courtyard development set around beautiful lawned gardens. Available to the over 65s.

Entrance Hall, Kitchen, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Balcony, Principal Bedroom with En-Suite, Second Double Bedroom, Shower Room, Beautifully Maintained Communal Gardens, Garage & Resident/Visitor Parking

The Property:
This bright and airy first floor apartment is set overlooking a courtyard enjoying a wonderful elevated position. It boasts spacious accommodation arranged over one floor with an open plan sitting and dining room with French doors out onto the private balcony which enjoys a peaceful aspect. The kitchen has a range of base and eye level units with a selection of integral appliances plus additional access to the balcony. The two large double bedrooms are generously proportioned, one with an en suite bathroom whilst the other bedroom is served but an additional shower room.

The Location:
Dean Lane is situated on the western edge of the City. To the top of the lane is a bridleway onto a network of paths through woodland which allow for beautiful walks into the surrounding countryside to Crab Wood, Farley Mount and Sparsholt, home to the renowned 'Plough' public house. Within easy access are day to day amenities including Waitrose, doctors' surgery, pharmacy and other shops on Stoney Lane. The railway station is just over 1 mile away with a direct train service to London Waterloo in around 60 minutes. The M3 is approximately 3 miles away offering direct access to London and the South Coast, the A34 is also easily accessible providing access to the A303 and the Midlands. Heathrow and Southampton Airports are 55 and 12 miles away respectively. Winchester offers a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities with a selection of boutiques, restaurants, cafés and a farmer's market twice monthly. There are also a range of cultural opportunities including the theatre, the City Museum and the Military History Museum.

Tenure:
Leasehold. 150-year lease commenced 24th June 2003, leaving 132 years remaining. The service charge is £6,912 per annum and includes; water rates, alarm system, general maintenance, buildings insurance, window cleaning and mini bus service. There are resident managers located on site and a guest suite is available to visitors.

Directions:
Leave the City via Stockbridge Road, continuing straight over at the Chilbolton Avenue roundabout. Take the next left into Dean Lane and proceed along for some distance passing Mornington Drive on the left-hand side. Wyke Mark will be found further up on the right-hand side. Proceed into the development and visitors parking will be found on the right-hand side beyond the arch and the apartment is located on the right.

Viewing:
Strictly by appointment through Belgarum Estate Agents (01962 844460).

Services:
No gas. All other mains services are connected.

Council Tax:
Band E (rate for 2021/22 £2,283.21pa).