COMMUNAL ENTRANCE Approached via an internal communal hallway with easy to manage low rising stairs with the added benefit of having a Stannah stair lift. The communal areas within The Pennings are well decorated and include a small residents lounge.
ENTRANCE HALL Accessed via a self-closing front door. Coved and textured ceiling with light. Wall mounted fuse box and electric meter housed in high level cupboard. Telephone point.
BEDROOM 9' 4" x 16' 11" (2.84m x 5.16m) A front aspect room with double glazed sash window. Large walk in wardrobe with light. Television point, storage heater. Coved textured ceiling with central ceiling light.
SITTING/DINING ROOM 10' 4" x 21' 5" (3.15m x 6.53m) A front aspect room with double glazed sash window. Television aerial point, telephone point, FM radio aerial point. Storage heater. Smoke detector. Coved and textured ceiling with two ceiling lights. Arch way through to Kitchen.
KITCHEN 7' 6" x 7' 3" (2.29m x 2.21m) The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and eye level units with down lighting. Inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. Built in electric oven, four ring electric hob with extractor above. Space for under counter fridge and freezer. Integrated washing machine. Tiling to splash sensitive areas. Textured and coved ceiling.
8' 7" x 6' 10" (2.62m x 2.08m) The bathroom suite comprises low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panel enclosed bath with wall mounted electric Mira shower. Part tiled walls, mirror, light with shaver point. Dimplex wall mounted heater, extractor fan, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with immersion.
OUTSIDE OF THE PROPERTY The rear of the development is accessed via electric gates with coded access. The tarmacadam driveway leads to allocated parking spaces at the rear of the property. There is entry to the development on either the ground floor from the front or first floor from the rear making this apartment suitable for those wanting a ground floor apartment only.
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