Description: From the main entrance there are stairs and lift to the first floor where the front door of the apartment leads to the Entrance Hall with Velux window and trap to the roof space. The Living room enjoys a westerly aspect with door leading to a Juliet balcony.
The Kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets with tiling over the work surfaces, an Electrolux four plate electric hob with built in electric oven, space for fridge below and space for freezer below worktop.
The Bedroom again enjoys a westerly aspect overlooking the front with built in wardrobes, part shelved and part hanging, enclosed by folding doors.
The Bathroom has a bath with shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, half tiled walls, strip light, Dimplex wall heater, electric heated towel rail and Velux roof light.
Outside: There are maintained communal grounds and a covered walkway leads to the communal laundry room with washer/dryers.
Lease: 99 years from September 1989.
Maintenance Charge: £225 per month which covers the House Manager, emergency alarms, all communal areas, use of washing machines and dryers. Gardens and grounds maintenance. Building insurance and Exterior window cleaning.
Ground rent £37.50 every six months. Water bills are at present are assess from one and divided up between the properties, management have stated they intend to have water meters installed to each individual flat.
Tax band C £1445.54 (payable 2017/18)
Services: Electricity, mains water drainage (water meters are installed in each individual flat).
Energy Performance Rating: C – full EPC available at our office
Lymington offers an extensive range of shops from large household names such as M&S Simply Food and WH Smiths to independent boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, pubs and tea rooms. There are also a variety of hair salons and beauticians to choose from. Saturdays provide a vibrant atmosphere throughout the town as the market attracts many locals and visitors from throughout the forest and beyond. Lymington is the ideal location for those who enjoy water sports with two marinas and sailing clubs holding access to the Solent and a short drive away from beaches.
Lymington was named by the Daily Telegraph as the eighth best coastal town in Britain 2014. “You’ve got the New Forest, unspoilt coastline, it’s a sailing hub and you can still get to London easily,’’ A pretty Georgian coastal town, Lymington benefits from good schools, boutique shops and Saturday street market.
Being so close to the New Forest it also offers the perfect location for those who enjoy horse riding, walking and cycling. The town offers a nine-hole golf course, rowing club, community centre, library, small cinema, bowls club and tennis club. Lymington Recreation Centre offers an indoor 25m swimming pool and many fitness classes, whilst during the summer months there is an outdoor seawater baths next to the River with a hundred years of heritage. There is also a Cricket Club, Football and Rugby Clubs, Skateboard Park and children’s play areas.
From a more practical view Lymington also offers churches of all faiths, infant, junior and secondary schools all within walking distance of the town.