Guide price £275,000
A two bedroom second floor apartment with a unique built in balcony offering superb views Communal entrance hall, Staircase to second floor, Hall, Sitting room, Study and library area, Kitchen/dining room, Staircase up to:- Master bedroom with bathroom en suite, Bedroom 2, Shower room, One designated parking space, Visitors parking spaces, Bin area, Communal lift, Communal landscaped gardens in courtyard The Property No. 23 Budgenor Lodge is a well presented apartment on two floors in the main building. It has a unique built in balcony off the sitting room that offers fantastic light throughout the day and lovely views both over Cowdray land towards the golf course and to the South Downs. There are sliding windows which bring a feeling of openness to the property. This area could have a variety of uses, currently it is a study and library area. The building is Listed Grade II and dates from 1794 when it was opened as a workhouse, after various other uses it was significantly redeveloped and finished in 2007 to provide 42 dwellings with landscaped communal gardens in the gated community. No 23 is on the second floor. Accessed through the front entrance where there are stairs or a lift. The sitting room has an East facing window overlooking the Cowdray fields and tall ceilings. This opens to the study and library area. Across the hall is the kitchen/dining room with a range of built in cupboards, built in fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher. There is an electric hob and oven with extractor over and space for a washing machine. A staircase leads to the master bedroom with built in wardrobes, en suite bathroom with bath in a tiled and glazed surround with hand held shower unit. There is also a guest bedroom and separate shower room with a modern fitted shower. The Location Budgenor Lodge is within walking distance both of Midhurst town and the acclaimed Cowdray Farm shop and café at Easebourne with a short walk to Cowdray Ruins. There are many other footpaths and bridleways in the area for walking and riding. Other recreational facilities in the area include polo at Cowdray Park, motor racing at Goodwood, horse racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, golf at Cowdray Park, Pulborough and Liphook and sailing out of Chichester Harbour and other centres along the South Coast. Midhurst town provides for most everyday needs, whilst the towns of Guildford in Surrey and the Cathedral City of Chichester, both with renowned theatres are within easy reach and provide more extensive shopping and leisure facilities. Haslemere to the north has a good range of shops supermarkets and the mainline station which offers a fast service to London Waterloo. Distances By Road: London 52 miles, Midhurst 0.5 miles, Petworth 7 miles, Haslemere 8 miles, Chichester 10 miles By Rail: Haslemere to London Waterloo from 49 minutes Service Charges The currently half-yearly service charge is approximately £2,000. This includes heating and hot water, buildings insurance, management fees, communal building and grounds maintenance, cleaning of communal areas and windows.
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