About 18 Homewood Court
Storage cupboard housing fuse box, Beko washing machine, radiator, call monitor system to 24 hour emergency assistance, loft hatch, panel glazed doors to;
A well appointed dual aspect room with a light airy feel, French doors lead to a Juliette Balcony which has a delightful outlook onto the mansion house and the Victorian conservatory. An additional side aspect window, coving to ceiling, TV/FM & telephone points, double panel radiator & opening into;
Modernised kitchen with a range of modern gloss white eye and base level units with granite effect worktops, integrated fridge-freezer, slim-line dishwasher, ceramic single sink with drainer, single filter tap and mixer tap, integrated Lamona oven, 4 ring ceramic hob with extractor fan above, all soft close doors, vinyl tiles and spotlights.
Lit well with natural light this room has a front aspect window overlooking the splendid mansion house and the Victorian conservatory. There is a built-in double wardrobe with sliding doors, radiator, TV/FM & telephone points and power points. Door to;
En-Suite Shower Room:
Comprising fully enclosed shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, radiator, extractor, 3x mirrored vanity cabinets, wall mounted mirror with shaver point and light and part tiled part painted walls.
Front aspect window enjoying a very pleasant outlook, cupboard housing brand new Vaillant boiler and new tapworks water softener unit, strip of downlights and radiator.
Suite comprising panel enclosed bath, low level WC, extractor, pedestal wash hand basin, 2x mirrored vanity cupboards, wall mounted mirror, shaver point, radiator, downlights and emergency call cord.
Cedars Village, set in 22 acres, is built around the exclusive Grade II listed mansion house which is the focal point of the community, providing facilities which include Victorian conservatory, restaurant, bar, library, snooker room, hobbies room, laundry, convenience store and croquet/putting lawn.
All properties are pre installed for Virgin Media – clients to organise their own media packages.