1 bedroom ground floor flat within easy reach of town centre and beach.
- Allocated parking
- Communal garden
- Near Shanklin Old Village
- Own entrance
- Recently redecorated
- AGENTS COMMENTS Originally the ground floor to 'The Coach House' serving 'Ashcombe Court House', this once grand gentleman's residence is situated on a tree lined avenue and offers spacious accommodation throughout.
- Converted in 2004, Ashcombe is now a private residence comprising of privately owned apartments, all of which benefit from allocated off road parking for residents and visitors.
- Spacious accommodation comprising of lounge/diner, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom are all accessed from the central entrance hall. Outside, there is a communal garden positioned at the rear of the property. Due to the apartments design and location, we feel that the property will appeal to a variety of buyers, ideally suited to first time, downsize, investment or holiday home buyers alike.
- Shanklin Old Village, vibrant town centre, costal cliff path and beautiful beaches are all but a short walk away from the apartment not to mention the beautiful neighboring countryside - an ideal location to dust off the cobwebs enjoying coast or country walks.
- GROUND FLOOR
- Entrance hall
- Lounge 13'2 x 10'7
- Kitchen 11'8 x 10
- Bedroom 12'3' x 9
- Communal gardens
- Allocated parking
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