General information This thoughtfully converted first floor apartment is situated within the former Malthouse of Clare. Full of character and original features the apartment boasts well proportioned rooms throughout, including security controlled entrance door to the communal hallway which provides a storage area, oak and iron staircase leading to the first and upper floors.
The apartment entrance door leads to a hallway which contains some of the original features, intercom to the front door and doors off. The well-appointed bathroom has a panel enclosed bath, mixer tap, walk-in shower, wash hand basin and vanity room, extractor fan and one of the building's original windows. On the right of the hallway is the spacious bedroom which has a window overlooking the lane with views over Clare Castle and an original cast iron beam and pillar as a focal point of the room.
The open-plan kitchen/dining/living area benefits a double aspect. To the front of the apartment is the living area which has views of Clare Castle and retains the original exposed brick wall. The kitchen area has tiled splashbacks, electric induction hob, integrated electric oven, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with the draining area integrated into the granite effect work surface. There is a range of base units, an integral slim-line dishwasher and space for further appliances. The accommodation is concluded with a small utility room which has plumbing for a washing machine and houses the gas boiler.
Entrance hall 9' x 6' 3" (2.74m x 1.91m) L-shaped
Kitchen/dining/living room 26' 3" x 11' (8m x 3.35m)
Utility room 11' x 3' 6" (3.35m x 1.07m)
Bedroom 14' x 9' (4.27m x 2.74m)
Bathroom 8' 9" x 8' (2.67m x 2.44m)
Where? Clare is known as Suffolk's smallest market town and has a thriving community often visited and admired for its fabulous architecture and listed buildings. Only a short from the apartment building the village has a 36-acre country park featuring a Norman Castle. Clare benefits from a range of boutique shops, antique shops, hairdressers, convenience stores, restaurants and café. The larger market towns of Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds are both within 15 miles to the East and the North. The nearest branch rail link connecting to London's Liverpool Street via Marks Tey can be found at Sudbury.
Important information Council Tax Band - tbc
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Leasehold
EPC rating - C
Our ref - SP
Lease information Lease length 999 years
Ground rent £10 per annum
There is a share of the communal upkeep at a minimal cost
Subject to confirmation from the management company and/or, these charges are for the current year and maybe subject to change.
Agents note Any intending viewers or purchasers are advised of the following: An EWS1 form (External Wall Survey) may be recommended for certain apartment buildings dependant on issues such as the height of the structure, the positioning of balconies and composition of any external cladding. Fenn Wright have not undertaken any such assessment in respect of this particular property and this note has been added to all flats being offered for sale throughout our business as appropriate general guidance. We recommend that potential purchasers seek advice from their solicitor and an independent Chartered Surveyor before committing to a purchase.
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This sympathetically restored former Malthouse, in the heart of the popular market town of Clare, has been converted into four luxury apartments. This apartment offers one well-proportioned bedroom, bathroom and an open-plan kitchen/dining/living area along with a utility room.
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