A well presented one bedroom ground floor flat with a host of character features & set in the historic Old Brewery development.
The property is accessed via a secure communal entry door.
The front door opens out into a hallway where there is a cupboard housing the consumer unit & an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank with slatted shelving above.
The spacious living room has two double glazed windows overlooking the communal areas, the current vendors have a sitting area & a dining area. There is a Fischer wall mounted electric heater & a square arch through into the kitchen.
The modern kitchen has a four ring ceramic hob set into the work surface with a fitted oven below & a chimney style extractor & light above. There is a stainless steel sink set into the work surface, with matching cupboards at base & eye level & fitted appliances include a washing machine & a fridge. The feature of the room is the exposed brick work.
The master bedroom is a spacious room with the highlight being an exposed brick arch over the bed area. There is also a wall mounted Fischer electric heater, a window to the side aspect, alcove ideal for a wardrobe or dressing area, plus a spacious integral storage cupboard.
The bathroom has a white three piece suite comprising of a wc, wash hand basin & a bath with a wall mounted shower attachment. Additionally there is splash back tiling surrounding the suite & partial mosaic tiling around an arch. There is a wall mounted Fischer electric heater, extractor fan.
Parking & Gardens:
The property is set in well tendered communal grounds & is conveyed with an allocated parking space.
Living Room 17'3'’ (5.26m) x 14'11'’ (4.55m)
Kitchen 8'2'’ (2.49m) x 4'11'’ (1.49m)
Bedroom 13'5'’ (4.10m) x 20'2'’ (6.16m) irregular shaped room at maximum measurements
Bathroom 7'11'’ (2.41m) x 4'10'’ (1.48m)
The vendor has notified Purbeck Property that this apartment has a residue of a 999 year lease. Further lease details are available on request. We advise a buyer to arrange a legal representative to formally read through the lease & supporting documentation.
Wareham is a picturesque market town set on the banks of The River Frome & is the Gateway to The Purbecks. It has a historic Saxon Wall which surrounds the Town & is just under 10 miles from busy Poole Town Centre. Wareham has its own train station which is on the main Weymouth to London Waterloo Line. The main focal point of the town is its Quay with boat trips to Poole Harbour; with further benefits including Wareham Forest, independent cinema, sports centre, popular schools, restaurants, cafes, St Martins Church & the museum. There is also a market every Saturday & a Farmers Market on alternative Thursday’s.
Nothing in these particulars should be deemed as a statement that the property is in good structural condition, nor that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order or have been tested, nor that any accesses to the property are legal rights of way. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase by means of enlisting professional advice on all items and whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and do not form part of any contract.