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Tern House

Internal Specification  |   External Specification  |   Outside Space

Tern House comprises reception hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and WC to the ground floor. The first floor comprises bedroom one with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, bedroom two with en-suite shower room, bedroom three with en-suite shower room and bedroom four with en-suite bathroom. To the second floor is bedroom five with en-suite bathroom and laundry cupboard.

The accommodation totals approximately 4,144 sq ft.

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Internal Specification

  • Limestone flooring with underfloor heating to entrance hall, kitchen, utility area and rear hall
  • Sea grass floor covering to other ground floor rooms
  • Alarm and smoke detectors
  • Panelled doors with brass door furniture
  • Bespoke fireplace to drawing room. Gas point provided
  • Traditional coving to ceiling to all ground floor rooms
  • Quality internal joinery painted in natural Farrow and Ball style matt country colours
  • Hardwood handrail to main stairs
  • Traditional country-style Farrow and Ball painted kitchen units with Iroko wood and granite worktops and matching upstands, porcelain Belfast sink, Franke mixer tap, Rangemaster stainless steel finish range cooker with overhead extractor fan, Samsung Fridge Freezer and Bosch integrated dishwasher.
  • Utility room with matching panelled units, sink and inset lighting
  • Quality sanitary ware, chrome fittings, roll top baths and bespoke vanity units with inset lighting to bathrooms and en-suites.

External Specification

  • Gravel surface to courtyard with central water feature and pollarded willows
  • Pleached Hornbeams to the front of the properties
  • Externally rendered
  • House name plate
  • Feature planting to the front of the properties
  • Hardwood, painted front door with brass fittings
  • Traditional sash or casement windows. Conservation roof lights to some properties
  • Landscaping to the front of the property, to include key trees and hedges
  • Black painted aluminium or copper finish outside light
  • Natural clay or smut pantile roof with lead flashings
  • Off black painted aluminium rainwater goods
  • Wood entrance gate(s) to individual properties where applicable
  • Stone paving to front of property and rear terrace (as defined)
  • Garage barns pitched roof with pantiles, traditional wooden doors. Wood/garden store to some properties. This property includes an attached garage

Outside Space

  • Electrically operated wooden main entrance gates with side personnel gate, key pad and sensor entry system
  • Galvanised iron estate fencing with hedging fronting Ship Lane
  • Private access road with pea shingle "Estate Road" surface
  • Grass and woodland areas with mature protected trees for owners/residents only
  • Central refuse collection building (no refuse vehicles to enter site) with separate direct access to Ship Lane
  • On site secure boat and dinghy storage area at the western end of the development by licence from the management company with a minimal licence fee payable
  • Central TV/satellite receiver dish with underground ducted supply to each property
  • Central gas tank located with pressured supply to each property with separate metering

There is a non-profit management company, St Georges Management Company Limited who are responsible for maintaining the remaining areas of the development (entrance including gates, roads, landscaping, tree belt, grassed areas, boat storage, central TV satellite system and central gas system etc). The freehold of these parts of the development will be transferred into the management upon the sale of the final house. Each house owner has one equal share in the Management Company. The road into the site will therefore remain a private road and is gated. The landscape contractor for the Management Company also offers garden and housekeeping services to the individual house owners on the development throughout the year.


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