Hatch House, Station Road, Sway, SO41
A unique first floor two bedroom apartment in beautifully renovated Grade II Listed building situated in the heart of the village. The property benefits from many original features together with balcony, three parking spaces and communal grounds.
PERIOD COVERED ENTRANCE PORCH: Victorian tiled flooring. Smooth plastered ceiling. Ceiling light point. Solid wooden front door with picture glazed window providing access to the:
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE PORCH: Part wooden coved and plastered ceiling with central ceiling light. Victorian tiled flooring and wooden and single glazed door with picture sealed windows both above and to the sides which provides access to the:
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALLWAY: Ornately coved and part wooden and smooth plastered ceiling with central ceiling light. Stripped wooden flooring with quarter twist stairs providing access to the:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING AND ACCOMMODATION: Obscure picture double glazed sealed window to the rear. Ornately coved and smooth plastered ceilings with two ceiling light points. Doors off to numbers 3 and 4. Solid wooden front door provides access to number 4:
ENTRANCE HALLWAY: Ornately coved and smooth plastered ceiling with light points and mains smoke detector. Stripped oak parquet flooring. Wall mounted security entry phone system. Single Victorian style cast iron radiator. Doors off to all living accommodation including door to the:
SITTING ROOM: 14' x 10'2" (4.27m x 3.1m) Ornately coved and smooth plastered ceiling with two ceiling light points. Triple aspect room with wooden and multi-glazed sash window to the side and front and further wooden and single glazed door which gives access from the side to the private balcony which has a smooth plastered ceiling, ornate wooden balustrading and lovely views over the village of Sway and paddocks and farmland beyond. Two double Victorian style cast iron radiators. Wall mounted digital and satellite television points which are connected to a central dish. Telephone points and ample power points.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 10' x 6'4" (3.05m x 1.93m) Ornately coved and smooth plastered ceiling with ceiling light points and mains operated smoke detector. Wooden and single glazed sash window to the rear. Natural wooden worksurface in part to two walls with a handmade and hand-painted base and drawer units below. Further matching wall mounted units over. Stainless steel sink inset to the worksurface with Victorian style mono-tap over. Integrally fitted dishwasher with adjacent space for upright fridge/freezer. Freestanding stainless steel electric oven with four ring gas hob and fitted extractor fan and light above. Single radiator. Natural stripped oak parquet flooring. Part tiled walls. Power points.
BEDROOM ONE: 12' (3.66m) narrowing to 10' x 9' (3.05m x 2.74m) Smooth plastered and ornately coved ceiling with ceiling light point. Wooden and single glazed sash window to the front with adjacent wooden and single glazed door which gives access out onto the front balcony. Double door cupboard with both hanging and storage shelving. Double Victorian style cast iron radiator. Telephone point. Television aerial point. Power points.
BEDROOM TWO: 10'3" (3.12m) narrowing to 6'5" x 10'7" (1.96m x 3.23m) narrowing to 6'3" (1.91m) Ornately coved and plastered ceiling with ceiling light point. Dual aspect room with wooden and single glazed sash window to the side and adjacent wooden and single glazed window to the rear. Double Victorian style cast iron radiator. Power points.
FAMILY BATHROOM: Smooth plastered ceiling with ceiling light point. Wooden single glazed casement windows to the rear. Matching suite comprising low level WC, ornate pedestal wash hand basin and wooden panelled bath with wall mounted shower over. Single Victorian style cast iron radiator. Oak parquet flooring. Wall mounted extractor fan with adjacent wall mounted shaver point. Part tiled walls. Single door cupboard housing the wall mounted gas heating and hot water boiler with built in timer switch and controls and wooden shelving and space for washing machine.
COMMUNAL GARDENS & GROUNDS: Forest Heath House is accessed via a sweeping shingled driveway which provides off road parking and for a number of cars. Each apartment is conveyed with separate and private parking. There is wooden numbered bin stores to the side for each apartment with a further numbered brick built storage/bike shed which is accessed via their own private doors and these sheds. There is a communal garden at the side for the use of all of the flats and this is accessed via a wrought iron five bar gate from the rear and has been laid mainly to lawn and is surrounded by borders containing an array of mature shrubs, trees and bushes offering a great deal of seclusion. There is a central feature pine tree with hedging and screening to all sides.
N.B.: The building has been upgraded to the best possible energy and sound proofing standards as follows:
All external walls have full cavity insulation.
All roofs have been renewed with high specification modern insulation.
All floors have been insulated to a high specification.
All party walls and floors have been insulated to meet the most stringent sound proofing criteria.