Guide Price £105,000 - Available
Arranged over two levels and with numerous original features and architectural detailing, this maisonette forms part of this stunning building of historical importance. The property comprises of an open plan style lounge and kitchen with large stain glass window, three bedrooms, master ensuite WC and a bathroom with corner bath and shower. Each room retains some of the chapels original features and therefore enjoys a quirky layout due to the buildings original structure. Please note that there is NO parking on site or outdoor space.
Newton Abbot boasts a thriving high street, schooling, leisure facilities and shopping along with excellent transport links via both road and rail with a mainline station providing easy access to the capital. For outdoor lovers, Dartmoor National Park is within easy striking distance as too is the south Devon coastline with its stunning beaches and coves.
From East Street, period double timber doors open into the lobby with secure door entry system into the communal hallway with period tiled floor and granite steps. Bin storage area, post boxes and stairs to private front door opening to
Stairs rising to the first floor with door and stairs down to the lounge. Door to Bedroom Three.
Open Plan Lounge Kitchen - 20'4" (6.2m) Max x 16'1" (4.9m) Max
A beautiful original stain glass window brings in natural light to the side aspect with double glazed internal window. The lounge has an electric panel heater, telephone and television aerial point. The kitchen area comprises of a range of base and eye level units with roll edge worktops and inset sink unit. Space for cooker. Space and plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge freezer and space for under counter appliance.
Bedroom Three - 11'5" (3.48m) Into Recess x 7'0" (2.13m)
Irregular shape with `raised bed area` and maximum measurements used. A beautiful original stain glass window brings in natural light to the side aspect.
Split level stairs rise to Bedroom Two. Doors to
Bedroom One - 12'1" (3.68m) Max x 11'9" (3.58m) Into Recess
Irregular shape, with maximum measurements used. Velux window with tiled surround and exposed original A frame timbers. Panel heater, borrowed light from lounge and door to ensuite WC. Borrowed light from lounge with Low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and extractor fan.
L` shaped room comprising of a four piece bathroom suite with extractor fan and borrowed light from the lounge. Low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled surround, corner bath and corner shower unit. Part tiled walls and part exposed timber floorboards.
Bedroom Three - 15'6" (4.72m) Into Recess x 11'5" (3.48m) Max
With part sloped ceiling and an irregular shape, with maximum measurements used. Stunning original circular `swivel` window to the rear. Borrowed light from bedroom three. Panel heater. Exposed timber floorboards.
Due to the restrictions of the conversion and the quintessence nature of the building, the floor plan is for illustration purposes .
There will be a new lease issued as each property sales and this will be 199 years with a monthly charge of £75 which covers service charge, ground rent, maintenance and building insurance. The freehold will then be passed over when all properties have sold giving each flat a share in it. Further details available on request.
Please note that there is NO parking on site and NO outdoor space.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
- CONVERTED CHAPEL
- THREE BEDROOMS
- TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
- NO ONSITE PARKING
- SPACIOUS MASIONETTE
- OPEN PLAN LOUNGE KITCHEN
- ENSUITE WC
- LOTS OF CHARACTER AND CHARM
- IDEAL FIRST TIME BUY
Nearest train stations (distances are in a straight line)
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