Woodcote End, Epsom, Surrey, KT18
- Luxury New Home
- Two Sizeable Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Stunning Build Quality and Finish Throughout
- Italian Kitchens
- Parking Available
Luxury new apartments available in the exclusive Chalk Lane conservation area.
This beautiful two bedroom plot is one of just 22 properties within this spectacular development. The Grade II Listed building has been painstakingly converted into this selection of stunning new residences, all of which will be finished to the very highest quality with Italian kitchens, stunning herringbone flooring and ' on select plots ' original features which have been beautifully retained.
Situated on the ground floor of the historic Heathcote building, Plot 19 is a stunning two bedroom apartment. Be welcomed into the hall which leads to the living/dining area with bay window. The Italian kitchen is separated and of an immaculate quality, with fully fitted Bosch appliances, a choice of three stunning colours and marble effect or stone effect worktops.
The master bedroom has a choice of either luxury carpet or for the herringbone flooring to continue throughout. There is a built in wardrobe area as well as an ensuite shower room.
One of the most impressive elements of the home is the simply spectacular bathroom. The timeless design features contrasting monochrome wall and floor tiles, as well as a luxury suite including bath with shower over.
Each plot at Chalk Lane Residences benefits from a design and finish of the highest quality, and offers the opportunity to own a home that has the perfect blend of the heritage of a Grade II Listed building mixed with the luxurious modern interiors throughout. A 10 year warranty comes as standard, and parking spaces are available to purchase at an additional cost.
Help to Buy is available on selected plots so owning your dream new home could be possible with just a 5% deposit. Contact us today to arrange a viewing of our beautiful show home, or for more information including a full price list and development brochure.
*CGI's/Images are of a typical plot within the development and not this actual plot.