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Sold STC £140,000

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Tenure: Leasehold

NO MAINTENANCE CHARGE FOR FIRST TWO YEARS. One of two skilfully converted luxury apartments designed specifically for those aged 60 years and above and being in the heart of this picturesque Sussex village approximately three miles north-west of Horsham. Situated on the top floor of this splendid former Victorian Rectory, the properties afford excellent room sizes throughout with attractive sloping ceilings giving interest and a character feel to the accommodation. The accommodation, which can be accessed by stairlift, comprises an entrance hall, large bedroom, a luxurious shower room and a large kitchen/dining/sitting room. Other benefits include a gas radiator heating system and sealed unit double glazing. There is an attractive communal garden area and a residents' car park. The development is managed by RLHA and the site has a part time on-site Estate Manager. There is also a 24 hr Careline system for peace of mind. The property is available for immediate occupation and viewings are strongly recommended.

Warnham village offers a selection of shops including a convenience store, well patronised butchers, a church and two popular public houses. Horsham town centre with its comprehensive range of facilities including mainline railway station, shops, restaurants, public houses, sports centre and cinema is approximately 3 miles distant. There is easy vehicular access to the A24 and A264, subsequently leading to the M23 and motorway network and there is a mainline railway station within a short drive which forms part of the Dorking line.

The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises:

Decorative Brick Porch
With ornate stone work and quarry tiled steps housing the security entry phone system along with the front door opening to the

Communal Entrance Hall
With further ornate tiling, fitted door mat, lockable letter boxes. Staircase, with stairlift, which rises to the

Second Floor Landing
Private door to

Large Entrance Hall
With emergency communication device with pull cord, spot lights and wall lights, smoke alarm and fire detector, cupboard housing the electricity fuse box and Ariston un-vented hot water heater, contemporary wooden doors with modern handles lead to each room.

14' (4.26m) x 9'8 (2.94m) max. With an interesting sloping ceiling with a double glazed Velux window and double glazed window to the rear, emergency pull cord, radiator, t.v. aerial point, telephone point.

Luxury Shower Room
With a brand new suite of low entry shower cubicle with Triton independent shower, fully tiled walls with a decorative mosaic effect relief, vanity style hand basin with mixer tap and soft close drawer below, shaver point adjacent, close-coupled w.c., double glazed Velux window, emergency pull cord, chrome towel warmer and extractor fan.

Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Room
In two defined areas:

Dining/Sitting Room
Being carpeted and having a double glazed dormer style window to the front enjoying an outlook over the churchyard towards the Rusper Hills, additional double glazed window to the side, radiator with painted ceiling timber above, t.v. aerial point, telephone point, emergency pull cord, smoke alarm. Open to the

With vinyl flooring and an additional double glazed Velux skylight, double glazed dormer window with display ledge and cupboard beneath, radiator, a range of cream coloured Shaker eye and base level storage cupboards with matching drawers and wood effect worktops and splashbacks, integrated appliances including electric multi-function oven with plinth above, four plate ceramic hob with stainless steel splashback and filter/light above, integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and slimline dishwasher, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, smoke alarm, spot lights and countertop lighting.


Communal Grounds
Surrounding the various buildings are attractive and established communal gardens with pathways leading around the building.

Garden Room
There is a residents' Garden Room adjacent to the residents' laundry where there are laundry appliances and a sink. There is also the Estate Manager's office.

There is unallocated parking in the residents' car park.

Leasehold - A new 99 year lease will be granted to the purchaser
Maintenance Charge - £3,319.21 for the period 2015/16 which includes water rates, on-site manager Monday-Thursday 08:00-12:30, 24 hour care-line
and buildings insurance, plus an estimated heating charge of £200 for the year. An important point for purchasers to consider when comparing costs for similar retirement properties is that RLHA has internal repairing obligations within each property.

N.B. No Maintenance Charge will be payable for two years from purchase.
Managing Agents - RLHA

Agent's Note:
We strongly advise any intending purchaser to verify the above with their legal representative prior to committing to a purchase. The above information has been supplied to us by our clients/managing agents in good faith, but we have not necessarily had sight of any formal documentation relating to the above.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 October 2015


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