- Two Bedroom Ground Floor Flat
- Southerly Aspect
- Double Glazing
- In Need Of Decorative Updating
- Elevated Position With River Views
- Leasehold 120 years from 1985
- No Onward Chain
No 2 Berkley Court is a self contained ground floor flat situated within this former hotel that was converted into apartments during the 1980's. Although the property is in need of updating throughout there is plenty of scope for improvement with its large picture windows, southerly aspect and convenient access to an area of communal garden. This part of the garden is rarely used, if ever, by the other residents and benefits from natural privacy due to the apartment having sole access on that side of the building. Internally the accommodation comprises - open plan living area, inner hall, shower room and two bedrooms (one double and one single). Externally there are communal gardens and an allocated parking space on a sloping drive. The property is located in an elevated position in the sort after and picturesque area known as Shutta and enjoys lovely river and town views. The railway station and ever popular Globe Inn are just a few hundred yards away and there is just a short walk to the centre of town with all its local amenities including the family friendly, picturesque Looe Beach . A perfect main home or 'lock up and leave' second home.
The property is in an elevated position and approached over a sloping drive and stepped path. This leads to the front of Berkeley Court, where a path to the right leads around to the side and the entrance to Number 2.
Partly enclosed with a uPVC double glazed door with obscured glass providing access into the flat.
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Room
An extremely light and sunny dual aspect room with picture windows on one side giving views over the river, the millpool and parts of Looe and double glazed patio doors on the other side that open onto the communal garden. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units finished in gloss black. Fitted worksurfaces that extend to form a breakfast bar. Built in oven, hob and cooker hood. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Inset single drainer sink. Large built in airing cupboard providing useful storage as well as housing the hot water cylinder. The remainder of the room provides space for dining and living room furniture. Opening into hall.
Doors off to all rooms
uPVC double glazed window with deep cill.
uPVC double glazed window tall window
Tiled to almost full height with a white suite of corner shower, close coupled wc and vanity wash basin. Wall mounted electric heater. Extractor fan.
The owners of the property have use of the communal gardens which comprise of small lawns, flower beds and borders and areas of decking. From the gardens there are attractive views over the river, the millpool and parts of both East and West Looe.
The owners have a single private parking space situated on the left of the sloping drive that leads up to the property.
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Hot water is provided by an immersion heater in the water cylinder.
Leasehold for a term of 120 years from 29 September 1985
Ground Rent £50 rising to £150 over the term of the lease.
The current owner paid £355.00 for year ending 2020 and this included building insurance and maintenance costs.
A covenant in the lease states the you cannot use the flat nor permit the same to be used for any purpose whatsoever other than as a private dwelling in the occupation of one family only.
The property can be let on a short hold tenancy basis but the EPC Rating is Currently a G.
On first visit the property is best approached on foot. From our office proceed north toward the train station and Globe Inn. Turn right by the Inn and proceed up the hill into Shutta. Take the first turning on the left and proceed up the slope that leads to Berkeley Court. Once at the property, flat 2 is on the ground floor on the right of the building.
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