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1 bedroom Apartment for sale

Leigh-On-Sea, SS9 2AF


Property information:

Property type: Apartment (Leasehold)
Number of bedrooms: 1
Location: Leigh-On-Sea, SS9 2AF
Status: available

Key features

  • Final phase release 22nd January 2022
  • Stunning New Loft Style Development
  • Ground floor apartment with study
  • 125 year lease. Ground rent \u00a3250 per year
  • Close to all Amenities & Rail Station
  • 9 apartments, all with parking
  • Large communal balcony
  • Help to buy available
  • 0.6 miles to Leigh Broadway, 0.8 miles to Leigh Station
  • Call us to schedule your personal tour 01702 343060

Full description

*5 apartments reserved in phase 1*

Final phase now ready for release in this stunning collection of one bedroom, two bedroom, three bedroom and Penthouse apartments in Leigh on Sea Essex.

Bonchurch Lofts offer Italian bespoke fully fitted kitchens with integrated appliances to include built in oven with four ring hob, fridge\/freezer, washer dryer and dishwasher. The Penthouse apartments have built in microwaves.

The bathrooms and en suites boast high quality Roca suites, Bristan taps and are either partly or fully tiled.

Floor coverings are a mix of Amtico flooring in the hallway, living area and kitchen, tiled flooring to bathrooms, carpet in bedrooms.

Fibre broadband and Sky TV

Electric heating

Voice and Video intercom

Help to buy scheme available.

Little bit about Leigh on Sea!

The coastal town of Leigh-on-Sea, which sits at the mouth of the Thames estuary as it meets the channel, has been named the happiest place to live for the second time in three years. Dating back to Saxon times, Leigh-on-Sea is still an active fishing town with well-established events such as the Leigh Regatta and Leigh Folk Festival.

Leigh-on-Sea has a rich history dating back to Medieval times, mentioned in the Domesday Book as \Legra\ the Town was a small manor with livestock and fisherman, and said to be worth 100 shillings.

Over a thousand years the Town increased from a small village to a busy fishing town of national importance, trading between the 14th and 18th centuries. It's position on the Thames made it a crucial point for protection from the French, Spanish and Dutch armies and also as a fast route across the Channel.

To register your interest and book your personal tour call Ayers & Cruiks on 01702 343060