360 VIRTUAL TOUR - NO UPPER CHAIN - This duplex apartment is situated in the old Brewhouse of Prebendal House, built by radical politician John Wilkes who resided at Prebendal House from 1757-1764.
The apartment retains a number of period features, including the original bread oven and copper sink, along with two vaulted wine cellars that comprise the master and second bedrooms. The lounge & study are south facing, while the bedrooms and kitchen to the east elevation have views of St Mary’s Church clock tower. The Brewhouse building is accessed by a private front door from the secluded south facing courtyard only accessed by a few from the complex. The property benefits from allocated parking for 1 car and ample visitor parking.
The front door opens into a generous south facing lounge that is the width of the property, with a feature fireplace, an Internal hallway flows through to bedroom three to east elevation with original feature fireplace and bespoke window shutters, a guest cloakroom with airing cupboard and air circulation system, split level kitchen with integrated appliances and granite work surfaces.
The kitchen features the original mid 18th century copper sink and brick bread oven of the old brewhouse. Stairs then follow down to a four piece family bathroom. An inner stairwell then goes down to a study and Bedrooms one and two, all with barrel vaulted ceilings having been converted from the old cellars.
Externally there are beautiful communal gardens and allocated parking.
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LEASE DETAILS Lease 125 Years from 1st May 2010
Ground rent £250 pa
Maintenance £250 pm