Glen Ashton is a large Victorian house comprising of 6 converted apartments, while the adjacent Ashton Lodge has been converted into 2 apartments. Traditionally built with facing brick elevations, under a clay tiled roof, the property was originally built in about 1880 as one of Colehill's main private homes, the building was converted in the 1970s into apartments. Benefits include mains electric, water and drainage, designated parking space, and quality oak internal doors with brushed chrome handles.
There is a small entrance hall with a short flight of stairs to the first floor landing with exposed A' frame timber, and blanket cupboard (with pressurised cylinder). The lounge is an attractive double aspect, west facing room with an electric panel heater. A brand new quality kitchen comprises an excellent range of working surfaces, base cupboards and drawers, matching wall cabinets, split level single fan oven, 4-plate ceramic hob with extractor and matching splashplate, integrated larder fridge, integrated drawer freezer, downlighters, and access to loft. The bathroom has a grey and white theme with double ended bath and handspray shower attachment, L' shaped wash hand basin with cupboards under, concealed cistern WC, and ceramic tiled floor. Outside, there is a designated parking space, and a small private garden area which is partly walled.
LEASE: Held on a new 125 year lease.
Directions: From the town centre, proceed up Rowlands Hill and at the roundabout, bear left and continue up Rowlands Hill. Glen Ashton and Ashton Lodge can be found immediately on the right hand side.
Council Tax Band: B
EPC Rating: E
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN