See inside our featured home. A modern two-bedroom apartment in Masefield House

12th November 2020

Our featured home is apartment 29, which is situated in the contemporarily styled Masefield House.

Situated on the first floor, this spacious apartment benefits from two large double bedrooms, open plan living and a private balcony.

Secure entry at ground level leads you into a communal area, where you have lift or stair access to your front door on the first floor. Once you enter the apartment you are greeted by a large bright entrance hallway with plenty of additional storage space.

The large open plan living room is beautifully designed with full height windows flooding the room with natural light during the day, and you are treated to your own private westerly facing balcony to enjoy afternoon and evening sunshine.

A bespoke Langstaff Ellis kitchen is exquisitely designed offering all of the integrated appliances you could need and with cabinetry designed to optimise space and functionality of the kitchen.

Finding room for all your clothes in the master bedroom is not an issue with a large built-in wardrobe and plenty of floor space for additional furniture.

A luxurious specification and invigorating walk-in shower awaits you in the master bedroom’s en-suite.

The second double bedroom is also generously large in size so overnight guests are treated to plenty of space – and you and your guests have the use of a beautiful main bathroom, finished to the highest standards and featuring a relaxing bath tub.

This is a stunning modern apartment offering 1109 sq ft of living space.

And with private parking, all of your external maintenance taken care of for you and use of all the beautiful shared courtyards and gardens, apartment living at Laureate Gardens will quickly become a relaxing pleasure.

Get in touch to arrange an appointment to view Laureate Gardens.

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*The bathroom images that feature show the correct interior specifications but this apartment’s bathrooms are subject to minor layout differences.

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