Shapley House is believed to be built circa 1886 for a tea importer and his family, originally with a ground spanning over 52 acres. In the mid 1980’s it was converted into apartments, whilst still having around an acre of grounds for the enjoyment of the residents. We are delighted to offer this apartment, benefiting from high ceilings and characterful features, with one bedroom with a brick exposed fireplace, and a bathroom that has enough space to provide a utility area. There is a central open plan kitchen/dining/living room, which has a triple aspect to make the most of sunsets with its Westerly aspect. The kitchen area has an integrated fridge and freezer, gas hob and tiled worktops. Other features to this property include the use of a shared cellar, gas radiator central heating, an abundance of light from the large windows, use of the grounds and subject to membership a nearby fishing lake, wooden exposed flooring, a garage and residents parking.