Beautiful Grounds ** 3 Bedrooms ** 2 Bathrooms ** 5 Reception Rooms ** Inc Lounge ** Living Room ** Study ** Orangery ** Dining Room ** Plus Breakfast Kitchen ** Downstairs WC ** Front & Rear Vestibules ** Gorgeous Landscaped Gardens ** Large Double Garage ** Office Above Garage ** No Onward Chain
We are privileged to offer for sale this local gem! Sat in a 0.21 acre plot, surrounded by countryside, this spacious home boasts well proportioned living space, which has been well maintained over the years.
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Tenure: Leasehold properties will typically have a Ground Rent payable, but not always. No Ground Rent is usually in the case of the owner(s) also owning the Freehold. One example would be an apartment complex where all of the residents own an equal share of the Freehold and therefore do not charge themselves a Ground Rent. Please consult with a legal expert if you have any concerns.
Tenure: Freehold properties can often still have what is known as a "Chief Rent" payable, often referred to on the Land Registry Title as a "Perpetual Yearly Rent Charge". The amount is usually nominal and fixed and is not to be confused with a Ground Rent which relates to a Leasehold Property. The amount is often written in old money (Shilling) and sometimes no longer collected. The amounts are typically but not limited to between £5 and £20. Please consult with your solicitor if you have any concerns.
Floorplans: Our floorplan may not show some small recess areas and any floor or total area measurements quoted will include all of the areas shown on the floor plan, unless otherwise noted. Furthermore no appliances including main heating and electrics have or will be test by Snapes Estate Agents and we cannot be held responsible for a seller changing or removing fittings which are currently shown in our marketing.