A well presented ground floor one bedroom apartment, superbly converted within the former Andover Union Workhouse, dating back to the mid 1800's - a building noted to have inspired the Dickens' novel Oliver Twist. Overlooking an attractive communal courtyard area and boasting allocated off street parking and no onward chain, the property provides characterful accommodation with a wealth of period appeal. Accommodation comprises a wide entrance hallway with inbuilt storage, leading into the bright and spacious reception room with dual aspect windows, beamed ceiling and ample space for relaxing, dining and entertaining. The separate kitchen comprises a range of matching wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating inset sink unit, gas hob with overhead extractor and electric oven below, and further space for appliances. There is a well sized double bedrooms with space for free-standing furniture, plus a bathroom with white three piece suite.
The property is conveniently located close to the centre of the historic market town of Andover, offering a variety of shops, restaurants and bars and amenities including a library and theatre, as well as excellent rail links with direct services to London Waterloo. The area is also well served by beautiful surrounding countryside, with stunning walks and scenery within just a short distance. The A303 is also close-by for excellent vehicular access.
Viewings of this apartment are highly recommended.
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