From the car park, the property is accessed via a secure communal entrance into the entrance foyer. An interior door opens into a private internal foyer for flat number 16 with a built-in cupboard housing electricity meters. A further wooden front door opens into the flat.
Fitted carpet. Radiator. Doors to bedrooms one and two, bathroom, living room and built-in cupboard housing the electric hot-water central heating system. Wall-mounted entry-phone.
Fitted carpet. Two radiators. TV point and telephone point. Double glazed french doors to a Juliet balcony with sea and country views. Archway to kitchen.
Tiled floor. Radiator. Double glazed sash window to the rear overlooking the Watersmeet valley. Four recessed ceiling lights. Range of light beech-style wall and base storage cupboards with worktops over. Single drainer, 1½-bowl stainless steel sink unit with matching mixer tap, tiled splash-back on two sides. Built-in SMEG four-ring electric hob with oven/grill below and extractor hood with light above. Built-in (integral) fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washing machine/tumble dryer. Space for kitchen table and chairs.
Fitted carpet. Radiator. Double glazed sash window to the front overlooking the communal pergola seating area and car park. Fitted wardrobe.
Fitted carpet. Radiator. Wooden double glazed window to the front.
Ceramic tiled floor. Radiator. Tiles on all four walls. Three-piece bathroom suite including panel-enclosed bath with chrome taps, built-in shower above, low-level flush WC, pedestal wash basin with mirror above. Extractor unit.
Communal Grounds & Summerhouse
The communal grounds include car parking for residents and visitors, sheltered sitting areas, a pergola with seating and a communal summer house with gravelled area outside. The summer house is of timber construction with windows facing the bay and offers dramatic sea views and a delightful place to sit and relax.
Heating is by Electramate 2000 off-peak central heating and mains-pressure hot water system. Mains smoke alarm, entry-phone system.
Share of Freehold
The flat is held on a lease originally of 999 years. The flat owner also owns one 33rd share of the company set up to own the freehold.
All exterior maintenance, up-keep of the grounds and buildings insurance is covered by an annual service charge. We understand that the charge was around £1,200 in 2018.
To ensure the privacy and quiet enjoyment of the residents, the 33 owners of Castle Heights voted in 2017 not to allow holiday letting of the individual properties within the Castle Heights development. The properties can be let on assured shorthold tenancies (AST) and can be used on a non-commercial basis by family and friends, but may not be formally rented as holiday lets.