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A beautifully renovated and presented ground floor apartment forming part of a converted grade II listed Georgian rectory.
Outgoings: Council tax band: D Amount payable 2019/20: £1780.61 Mulberry House is a shared Freehold. The original lease dates from 1973 for a period of 200 years, providing for a ground rent of £40 pa & annual service charges for the maintenance of common areas including garden, a sinking fund, a proportion of the buildings insurance & management company charges. The current charge for each of the four ownerships is £100 per calendar month. Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Location: Mulberry House occupies a prominent position opposite St Marys Church within a level walk of the Town centre & local amenities & close to the Avon Valley footpath. To locate: From our office in Bridge Street, proceed into the High Street turning left into Provost Street then on into Church Street (see location map on page 4). Fordingbridge provides a variety of eateries and independent shops for day to day requirements, together with a building society, public library and churches of various denominations. The Infant, Junior and Burgate Secondary School & Sixth From Centre is located towards the north of the town. There is regular bus service (the X3) from Fordingbridge to Salisbury (11 miles to the north) and Ringwood and Bournemouth (6 and 17 miles respectively to the south). Southampton is approximately 19 miles to the east via the B3078 which meets the M27 at Cadnam (10 miles). There are rail stations at Salisbury & Southampton Parkway at Eastleigh. The property is one of four apartments converted from the original Georgian Vicarage in the early 1970s. Number 1 has been extensively and tastefully refurbished by the current owners, including the creation of a delightful kitchen/dining room, the addition of a wood-burning stove in the living room and a fabulous new bathroom. The beautifully presented apartment is light and airy with high ceilings, large sliding sash windows and generous room sizes. Covered entrance porch to a hall with radiator. Kitchen/breakfast room: Vaulted ceilings with heritage roof lights. Recently refitted with shaker style kitchen units including base cupboards, drawers and wall units. Laminated work surfaces. Integrated double electric oven, 5 burner induction hob with extractor over. Integrated dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Space for fridge/freezer. 1 1/4 bowl poly-carbonate sink. Wall mounted cupboard housing gas fired combi boiler. Cloaks cupboard. Laminate floor. Underfloor heating. Sitting room: A light and airy room with lofty ceilings. Fireplace with fitted wood-burning stove. 2 radiators. Bedroom 1: A double aspect room overlooking St Marys Church. Radiator. Window shutters. Bedroom 2: Radiator. Window shutters. Bathroom: Refitted with a free-standing roll top bath, pedestal washbasin, high-level WC and large shower enclosure with a rain shower. Heated towel rail. Built-in linen cupboard. Access to roof space. Underfloor heating. Outside: The property is approached from Church Street through a picket gate giving access to a private garden and the front door. The attractive communal and private gardens are laid mainly to lawn with some established planting. There is a single garage and parking to the rear of the property, accessed from Mulberry Gardens.