A smart duplex apartment in attractive setting.
Begbroke Manor was constructed in the 1880s. In the 1940s a school, St Juliana's Convent, was established at the manor house. In 1984, a local company with an international reputation, Solid State Logic, acquired the manor house and converted the building into their prestigious corporate headquarters. In 2004, planning consent was sought and obtained by Oxford Homes to convert and extend the existing manor into 14 quality apartments.
This particular apartment forms part of the main building and has light accommodation of around 1688 sq ft arranged over the first and second floors. There are three nicely proportioned bedrooms, particularly the striking principal bedroom, and there is an en suite bathroom and two shower rooms. The centrepiece is the large, welcoming, open plan living room/kitchen, with a southerly facing bay window overlooking the gardens, and the dining room could also be used as a study or fourth bedroom.
Outside, there are two allocated parking spaces and the apartment is set in attractive, south facing, landscaped communal gardens.
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This is such a beautiful, well presented apartment with good sized rooms in this attractive manor houseHuw Warren