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This APARTMENT provides plentiful SPACE inside a LUXURY gated development with allocated PARKING, perfect for whose hustle and bustle lifestyle requires a quiet enclave at the end of the day.
In the mid-1870s Salford’s consisted of about ten or twelve Farms, including one with a water mill; a few cottages and that is about all. A number of these farms are still working today so you get that country feeling at the back of your property. Lovers of food will relish in this neighbourhood, as restaurants, cafes and eateries are open every day.
Everything inside is modern and fresh, so you can move straight in and plan out where to put all your new furniture and really make it a home you can’t wait to come back to!
There’s a separate kitchen to cook all your favourite meals in when entertaining friends and family, with contemporary storage units, a four ring gas hob or if you’re getting ready to hit the town at the weekend, get everyone over for pre-drinks and only a short taxi ride down the road will get you into Reigate High Street where you can enjoy a great night out in the many pubs, bars, club and restaurants.
There is a large double bedroom with room for all of your furnishings and a stunning, luxury bathroom in grey porcelain marble tiles, LED spot lights with a chrome heated towel rail.
Maple Court is set in what we know it as, the historic pass through town. Passing through the Parish was the main London, Brighton and South-Coast railway line and roughly parallel with that, a road which later became the main A23, making this a desirable area to live in, especially for commuters as Salford’s train station is only a short walk down to the end of Honeycrock Lane.
All in all, this apartment would suit any professional, couple or investor, with easy living and a sociable layout.
"What sold this to us was the gated development and spacious apartment. We have recently updated the bathroom which we are very pleased with. The shops at the end of the road are very handy and the walk to Salfords station only a few minutes across the road."