Shepton Mallet area Property of the Week: Apartment for sale in Oakhill with access to pool

  Posted: 05.04.21 at 12:32 by Tim Lethaby

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Our property section is full of great homes in the Shepton Mallet area.

Here is our top pick for the week:

Two-bedroom apartment on a development with access to a swimming pool and gym, in Oakhill High Street, offered for sale by Killens.

Positioned within the popular village of Oakhill is this superb brewery conversion that now hosts a wonderful collection of residential apartments and its very own leisure complex.

This lovely apartment has two double bedrooms, open plan accommodation and allocated parking.

Entry is via a very well-maintained communal stairway and there is a lift, if required. The front door opens to a large entrance hall which has doors opening to all rooms.

Two-bedroom apartment in Oakhill

The living area is open plan and modern by design. The room incorporates the sitting room, dining area and kitchen that blend seamlessly together.

The kitchen, in particular, is stylish and fitted with appliances, as well as wall and base units with a granite work surface over.

Both bedrooms are doubles and the master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and an attractive en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is double aspect and also benefits from having built in wardrobes.

The bathroom is fitted with a contemporary white suite bathroom that incorporates a low level WC, wash hand basin and a panelled bath.

Externally there are communal grounds with allocated parking. Also within the complex is a leisure facility that includes a residents' swimming pool and gymnasium.

Two-bedroom apartment in Oakhill

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