Superb new development in the centre of Kenilworth
Ground floor apartment
Finished to an exacting standard
Built in white goods
Modern and sleek bathroom
Gated secure parking
Video entry system
Furnished or Unfurnished
This superb development in the centre of Kenilworth has been converted from The Grand Hotel. This ground floor apartment has been finished to an exacting standard with the future occupant in mind. There is gated secure parking and nicely landscaped frontage. Through the imposing original front door, you don't have far to carry your shopping to apartment One! Once inside the apartment, there are high ceilings with skirting boards to match and a box bay window.
All in all, this new home has been really well thought out. It's light, it's open and it's luxurious. Please call us on 01926 854 458, to have an in person look, we advise that you're quite quick... Unfurnished and available now!
KITCHEN/LIVINGAREA17' 10" x 8' 10" (5.45m x 2.7m) There is LVT flooring in the living and kitchen space, there are south and west facing windows and a brand new open plan kitchen with granite worktops and upstands.
The kitchen is a modern matte light grey shaker style and there is a washer dryer, fridge with freezer compartment, pan drawers, an electric oven with induction hob and stylish splashback.
BEDROOM15' 1" x 7' 10" (4.60m x 2.40m) The bedroom is off the main living area, through double doors. There is a west facing WINDOW, currently furnished with a desk looking out of it to show there is ample room to work from home. There is grey carpet and USB plugs
SHOWERROOM7' 10" x 5' 2" (2.40m x 1.60m) The bathroom is fully tiled, modern and sleek, there is a wide shower and a light up mirror.
OUTSIDE Allocated, secure gated parking
Council Tax band: A
EPC rating: E
Holding Deposit - Capped at 1 week's rent
Security Deposit (per tenancy. Rent under £50,000 per year) - Five weeks´ rent.
This covers damages or defaults on the part of the tenant during the tenancy.
Client Money Protection (cmp): Propertymark
Redress scheme: The Property Ombudsman
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