Two bedroom luxury apartment set in 57 acres of parkland.
Bentley Priory is a converted mansion built in the 18th century and having been the home to the Dowager Queen Adelaide and RAF Fighter Command. Set in 57 acres of parkland with 24 hour concierge service, the property is an oasis of tranquility only 12 miles from central London.
Our apartment is set on an upper floor of the original building serviced by passenger lift and enjoys stunning views from all aspects. Internally the apartment has oak flooring to the receptions and kitchen, tiled bathrooms and carpets to the bedrooms. The spacious reception hall has two windows, utility cupboard and column radiators. Double doors give access to the fine sitting room which has two sash windows enjoying amazing panoramic views across the London skyline, fireplace with inset gas fire plus column radiators. Double doors lead to the kitchen, fitted with contemporary handless units with composite stone work surfaces, integrated Miele appliances and peninsular unit with breakfast bar. There is another south facing sash window with fine far reaching views.
The master bedroom is a large room with fitted wardrobes and sash window overlooking the front lawn which houses replica Spitfire and Hurricane gate guardians'. There is a dressing area that leads to an en suite "wet" shower room with walk in shower cubicle. Bedroom two also has fitted wardrobes and window to front. There is a further bathroom accessed from the hallway.
Externally the apartment benefits from two allocated parking spaces, one in the secure under ground car park and one over ground near the entrance to the communal hallway.
Bentley Priory is set in well tended grounds totally some 57 acres, which includes beautiful formal Italianate garden to the rear of the building, lawns, nature walks and tennis courts. There is a 24 hour concierge at the entrance gate for security and convenience.
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Beautiful position in the main building with some of the best views available in the developmentDouglas Sleaper