2 Bedroom Apartment for sale in Station Lane, Ingatestone
GUIDE PRICE : £450,000 - £470,000
Victorian - A beautiful two bedroom split-level apartment located in an historic building, originally built in 1882 by the architect George Sherrin, who took a number of plots, notably in Station Lane, and built a number of desirable country residences for the middle classes. The Gate House, was the former home of the architect. After Sherrin's death the building became a school and remained one until the 1940s. By the late 1970s The Gate House was empty and prey to vandals and its future was in doubt. However in the 1980s the house was greatly extended and in the gardens Gate House Mews created.
This bright and spacious apartment is reached via the communal entrance (with security intercom) to a grand communal hall and staircase to the first floor. You enter into the vaulted living/dining room well-lit by a lovely wide stone mullioned window. The re-fitted kitchen comes with a full range of integrated appliances, white gloss units and contrasting work tops. A short flight of stairs leads from the living room to the large master bedroom with a delightful bay window and fitted wardrobes and drawers. The second bedroom is reached via an inner hall with a storage cupboard the double bedroom overlooks the rear gardens and has built-in wardrobes. A good-size shower room completes the accommodation, featuring twin wash basins and built-in storage cupboards.
The Gatehouse is conveniently situated moments from Ingatestone train station and a short stroll from the village centre. Within the grounds are beautiful communal gardens, visitors parking and a private garage.
Living/Dining Room - 5.28m x 4.11m (17'4 x 13'6) -
Kitchen - 4.42m x 2.36m (14'6 x 7'9) -
Bedroom One - 4.42m x 4.39m (14'6 x 14'5) -
Bedroom Two - 3.96mx 3.20m (13'x 10'6) -