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Apartments

The House

Thomas Brocklebank built the house in 1740. Thomas and his brother John were the sons of Captain Daniel Brocklebank who founded one of the world's oldest merchant shipping lines: The Brocklebank Shipping Line.

Each apartment within the Grade 2 listed Georgian building is self-contained and unique. In many, period features in the form of original fireplaces, cast iron radiators, tall elegant ceilings, restored Georgian windows remain, combined with the best of contemporary modern fittings and furnishings.

Layout and Furnishings

Each apartment offers large open-plan living / dining areas with fully-fitted kitchens. Living areas are furnished with good quality dining tables, sofas and chairs. The bedrooms have double or king size beds and excellent storage facilities for clothes.

Kitchens and Laundry

Kitchens are fully equipped with electric ovens, hobs, extractors, dishwashers, fridge freezers, washer dryers.

Bathrooms

All apartments have full-size baths with separate or over-showers, except for Apartment 2 which has a shower room.

Garden

At the rear of the property is a large, delightful walled garden, with seating areas for the use of residents and their guests.

Facilities

All apartments have independent central heating and each apartment is individually metered.

All apartments are fitted with: satellite TV points, digital TV points, telephone points, entry phones, alarmed smoke detectors.

The following services are provided in the communal areas and are included in the rent: cleaning and servicing, heating, garden maintenance, cleaning of external windows.

Car Parking

Residents are entitled to free resident parking permits


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