Easy walking distance, across parkland to Newbury Town Centre, with its fine array of shops and waterways
Also close to some lovely walks across open fields, with marvellous views.
A well presented and unusually spacious one bedroom flat.
Peaceful location to live, with good amenities and transport links.
On the second floor of the grand building, formerly part of St Bartholomew’s School.
Luker Court is accessed from the attractive tree lined Buckingham Road – part of old Newbury. Newbury enjoys the best of all worlds. For the commuter, there are fast services direct from Newbury railway station to London (Paddington), the fast service taking just 41 minutes. The A34, which at this point is the Newbury Bypass, provides easy access to the M4 (Junction 13) just to the north and the M3 to the south. Journey times to nearby towns include Reading about 20 minutes, Swindon no more than 30 minutes and Bristol 50 minutes.
Communal Entrance Hallway: Grand staircase to first floor and further staircase to the second floor (serving just three flats)
Entrance hall with storage cupboards.Communal entry phone system
Bathroom: Panel enclosed bath with shower attachment and hand shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and heated towel rail.
Bedroom: 12’1 x 10'1 with scaled ceilingwindow with far reaching views to the west
Ensuite Dressing Room/walk in wardrobe 6’7 x 4’1
L Shaped Living Room/Dining Room/Kitchen: Maximum dimensions 20’9 x 19’ with scaled ceiling on one wall and two windows with far reaching views to the west – enjoy the evening sunset.
Outside: One allocated parking space. (NB. Additional unregulated parking in adjoining Buckingham Road)
Bin store. Communal cycle store.
Communal Gardens: The communal gardens are exceptional and were clearly laid out to a style in keeping with the former grammar school status of this building. There are some lovely specimen trees and shrubs to be appreciated.
Services: Mains, water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating.
Energy Efficiency Rating: C77
Council Tax Band: B
Tenure The property is held on a lease for a term of 125 years from 1st January 2012.
Ground Rent/Service Charge:
Ground Rent £250 per annum
Insurance: Annual premium of about £150 – due in August of each year.
Service Charge payable six monthly, with the most recent Service Charge bills as follows:
1st October 2018 – 31st March 2019 £630.41
1st April 2019 – 30th September 2019 £630.41
1st October 2019 – 31st March 2010 £615.20
1st April 2020 – 30th September 2020 £615.20
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with the Owner’s Sole Agents Martin & Pole. Tel: 0118 978 0777 or Email: email@example.com
No-one will be permitted access to the property without prior appointment and appropriate screening.
Estate Agents Act 1979: In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agent’s Act 1979, we wish to disclose the Seller is a connected person as defined within that Act. Full details will of course be disclosed to interested parties.
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