Worplesdon Hill House was thoughtfully and imaginatively converted in 2004 into a number of beautifully proportioned and varied apartments in a location that walks a very nice balance between the pleasure of the countryside that surrounds it and the accessibility to neighbouring towns. This apartment has its accommodation laid out over the first and second floors and as such has a hugely appealing sense of space to it and provides an incoming buyer with an opportunity to secure something considerably more substantial than many of the apartments in the area.
The building itself is extremely well looked after and is principally run by the residents which clearly gives an increased sense of control but also means that it is maintained according to the wishes of the owners. The property is accessed through the main front door which leads into a large and welcoming reception hall with a central fireplace and a beautifully tiled floor. From here a wide turning staircase rises to the upper floor where a wide landing leads to the flats on this level. The sense of space in the flat is immediately apparent thanks to a very large reception hall which also a very attractive feeling of light that comes through a large front facing window. To one side of this is an uncommonly well proportioned sitting room with a deep bay window that overlooks the front and which likewise allows in a great deal of natural light. On the other side of the hallway the kitchen dining room is beautifully fitted out with a fully array of units and granite worktops incorporating various integrated appliances and where there is ample room for a large dining table.
On the first floor the main bedroom is again a very unusual size with a range of built in wardrobes and its own full en-suite bathroom while the remaining two bedrooms are both comfortable doubles and likewise both have their own en-suite bathrooms. All in all this is a very unusual and beautifully situated flat in a quiet and yet highly accessible position.