An elegant apartment of generous proportions set within this imposing Grade I listed Georgian mansion
The Waterhouse Suite is an impressive first floor apartment with elegant and well-proportioned accommodation. Features include attractive fireplaces, herringbone flooring, ceiling frieze, picture rails, and column radiators. Of particular note are the two balconies offering superb far reaching southerly views. There is also the benefit of about 6 acres of communal grounds.
The apartment is approached via the grand communal entrance hall and stairway.
The impressive drawing room has a fireplace and double doors to the balcony with wrought iron balustrade.
The kitchen/dining room has an interesting mansard ceiling with some exposed timbers, and panelling. There are full height windows incorporating double doors to the second balcony with a stone balustrade. The kitchen comprises a range of base and wall cupboards and matching island units together with a range of appliances.
The bedroom accommodation comprises the principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, and two further bedrooms served by a further bathroom.
Brasted Place is approached through electronically operated wrought iron gates which lead via a shared gravel driveway to two separate parking areas and a designated single garage.
The delightful communal grounds are a superb feature comprising formal gardens and woodland, totalling approximately 6 acres.
History - The present Brasted Place mansion dates from 1784-5, having been designed by the celebrated architect Robert Adam for John Turton, physician to Queen Elizabeth I and later George III. Subsequent alterations and additions include notably the 1871 west-wing extension, designed by Alfred Waterhouse from whom this apartment gets its name. Brasted Place was Grade I listed in 1954. An award winning restoration and conversion was undertaken in the mid 1990s under the auspices of the English Heritage. This removed the 20th Century additions and created seven individual residential apartments.
Lease - Remainder of a 999 year lease from 1997 with a share of the freehold.
Maintenance charges - £3,391 paid in 2020 including maintenance of communal grounds and the Estate road, regular exterior redecoration and upkeep of common parts. Peppercorn ground rent.
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An incredible building with magnificent grounds, living here is owning a piece of historyJames Stacey-Clear