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Inglewood House was once a magnificent manor house which has become the centrepiece to this retirement village which boasts The Audley Club, a luxury health club with swimming pool, library, restaurant, bar and bistro. There are social events and exercise classes as well as professional care services for residents. Number 51 is a beautifully presented ground floor apartment with rooms leading off the welcoming entrance hall. The fully fitted kitchen opens out into a dining room/study which was previously a second bedroom and could be reinstated as such. The double bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room whilst the main bathroom would serve the second bedroom if it were utilised as such. The reception room is of generous proportions; it is bright with a door leading out to the courtyard garden.
Inglewood House is situated about a mile from the popular village of Kintbury, within a conservation area and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village itself has a good range of facilities including post office/store, butchers, church, school and several public houses. Kintbury sits on the beautiful Kennet and Avon Canal and has a train station which offers a service direct to London Paddington in approximately 1 hour. The location also enjoys wonderful surrounding countryside with a wealth of footpaths and bridleways. The historic market town of Hungerford lies approximately 4 miles to the west and provides a wide range of shops and services. The larger centre of Newbury is 7 miles to the east and has a train line to London Paddington. The M4 lies to the north and can be accessed at junction 13 or 14.
There are extensive, manicured communal gardens, with Number 51 being accessed via a formal courtyard area. The apartment unusually has a private patio area planted with perennials on raised beds for an all year round interest. The garden is surrounded by a high wall offering some seclusion. A large car park provides ample parking space for visitors.
Lease - 125 years from December 2012.
Ground Rent - £250 per annum.
Current Service Charge - £763 per calendar month.
Master Bedroom with En-suite
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