Entering the Tannery Park development you step through a glass panelled door which leads into the communal hallway and stairwell. The communal area and its stairwell boasts a glass frontage which allows ample light in and boasts a lovely view out over the development. Visitors can telephone the apartment via a telephone intercom. The apartment is located on the top floor and the communal hallway benefits from being recently decorated in modern tones.
You enter the apartment through a wooden door which leads into a large and neutrally decorated hallway. The hallway with its loft space above leads to an open plan sitting room/dining room which leads to the kitchen. The hallway also leads to the master bedroom, bedroom/study and the bathroom. The hallway boasts high ceilings.
A spacious open plan dining room and sitting room which boasts high ceilings and a large window which allows ample light in. This space is decorated neutrally with a lovely wooden floor below foot and coving to the ceiling. The sitting room leads into the kitchen.
The kitchen benefits from ample lower level and upper level cupboards finished in a wood effect. A contrasting worktop with tiled splashed back is present and a large window allows ample light in. The kitchen utilities comprises of an oven, four ring gas hob with extractor above, one and a half stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap above. A Whirlpool washing machine, dish washer and large free standing fridge freezer exist.
A commanding master bedroom which again is neutrally decorated. High ceilings continue, a large window boasts far reaching views out over Meanwood and allows ample light in.
A spacious and neutrally decorated bedroom which is currently used as a study. Again a large window exists boasting great views out over Meanwood and allows ample light in. The high ceilings continue.
The bathroom suite comprises of a bath with rain dancer shower head, body jets and a flexible shower hose. A pedestal wash basin, low level W.C. and a chrome towel radiator also exist. The bathroom has part tiled walls and the remaining walls are painted neutrally. The ceiling is again high.
The grounds of the Tannery Park development are extremely well presented and surrounded by ample green spaces with tree lined roads and mature but well tendered boarders. The Meanwood Beck runs through the grounds of the old Tannery making this a highly desirable and tranquil place to reside. A designated parking space and ample parking is found at the development. The Meanwood Valley Trail is accessed within moments from the apartment with direct access to Meanwood Park.
Tenure – Leasehold - 125 years from March 1998.
Service charge - £1,050.00 per annum.
Reserve Fund Contribution - £480.00 per annum.
Ground rent - N/A as you own a share of the freehold.
Council Tax Band - B.
Each leaseholder also owns a share of the freehold of the block as a whole.
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