A bright & spacious ground floor apartment situated on the outskirts of Arundel, in a sought-after private development, surrounded by superb grounds. This impressive apartment offers high ceilings and comprises two bedrooms, courtyard garden, garage & allocated parking.
Tortington Manor is a prestigious development only a few miles outside of Arundel. Arundel & Ford mainline train stations are both nearby offering great rail links to London & coastal areas. The grounds and gardens extend to approximately 16 acres with many mature trees, two hard tennis courts, and a function room for residents.
Situated on the ground floor, the accommodation comprises a spacious hallway with doors to all principle rooms, storage cupboards and cloakroom with WC & wash basin. The sitting/dining room is of generous size and enjoys a bay window and a central fireplace with gas fire.
The bright kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of neutral units with integrated appliances and the breakfast area features ample space for table and chairs, a sky light, and double doors opening to the southerly courtyard.
There are two double bedrooms, both benefitting from ensuites, with the main bedroom also comprising built-in wardrobes and double doors to the delightful paved courtyard.
Outside, the property offers a single garage enbloc which is fully wired for light and power. There is an additional private parking bay and allocated visitor parking.
The property comes with a share of the freehold and the lease is on the remainder of 999 years from 2002. The maintenance charges are approximately £6,000 per annum which includes full buildings insurance.
From the Arundel roundabout on the A27 and A284, proceed southwards towards Ford. The entrance to Tortington Manor will be found on the right-hand side of the road. Once in Tortington Manor, follow the road through the development and The Manor House is the building on the left-hand side.
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