- Luxury Duplex Apartment
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Gas Central Heating
- Open Plan Living
- Contemporary Bathroom
- Level Walk To Station
Rare to market is this stunning three double bedroom duplex apartment that is located in one of the preferred neighbourhoods to the east of High Wycombe's town centre. With a contemporary finish throughout and an open plan kitchen/lounge/diner, it would make a superb first time buy.
The apartments in this small development were converted in 2016 by a well regarded local developer. With a gated courtyard garden to front, the private entrance opens to a lobby with stairs rising to the first floor landing. From here there is access to the three double bedrooms, along with the contemporary three piece bathroom suite. Stairs rise to the impressive top floor; the kitchen facilities are modern, with integrated appliances, electric oven with hob and overhead extractor fan, with a decent range of storage units above and below the worktop. The remainder of the top floor provides more than sufficient space for a dining table in front of the kitchen area and to the other side plenty of room for the lounge area with its southerly facing Juliet balcony. Externally, the property has a private parking bay and as mentioned, a courtyard garden which could, for example, house a secure bicycle store. Council Tax Band C. EPC Rating C (79). Lease length 122 years remaining. Service Charge & Ground Rent circa £1,400 per annum - to be confirmed by solicitors.
The Pinions Road area lies just to the east of High Wycombe's town centre and is within level walking distance of the railway station and the picturesque Rye Park which is home to the Rye Lido and many other out door leisure facilities. The Ryemead Retail Park is close by and offers a mixture of stores including a Marks and Spencers Simply Food. The town offers a wide range of facilities numbering among them the Eden Centre that has a host of retail, hospitality and entertainment venues, the ever popular Swan Theatre and an outstanding new sports centre with its Olympic sized swimming pool, a rock climbing wall for the brave, as well as many other amenities. Two key reasons for people moving to High Wycombe are the schools and the commuter benefits. Schooling in the area is extensive from Ofsted outstanding primary schools, through to the three Grammar schools. On the commuting front, the fast trains reach Marylebone in under half an hour and for road users, Junctions 3 & 4 of the M40 are a short drive away, with the M25 and London Heathrow Airport just beyond.