- TOP FLOOR APARTMENT
- OPEN PLAN LIVING AREA
- WONDERFUL BATHROOM
- COMMUNAL GARDENS
- SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN DINNER
- GRADE II LISTED
- STUNNING SEA VIEWS
- IDEAL HOLIDAY, INVESTMENT OR PRIVATE RESIDENCE
With residents and visitors parking at the back of the property, on a first come basis, this period property forms part of a Grade II Listed building and is set in an elevated position to truly take in the town, countryside and sea views. The accommodation comprises of a open plan style living area with a defined, modern contemporary kitchen with space for a dining table. A duo of double glazed windows enjoy spectacular views to the front and out to Shaldon and the sea with Thatcher Rock in the distance. There are two double bedrooms to the rear along with a wonderful, recently fitted, bathroom with claw foot bath and mixer rain shower. There is also the added benefit of a fully boarded loft with light and pull down stair ladder. Communal gardens are laid to level lawn and tree lined. The apartment is on a shared freehold basis.
The sea side town of Teignmouth offers a wide variety of local amenities including shops, bars and restaurant and local schooling along with sandy beaches and the Teign estuary, a popular location for numerous water sports activities. Access to the capital via the main line train station is very convenient as too is the regular bus service to Exeter and Newton Abbot and via the A380, A38 and the M5, road access across the region also very accessible.
Communal period entrance doors with door entry system, hall and stairs leading up to the top floor with a large period stained glass feature curved window. New carpets have been recently fitted to the hall and stairs along with refurbished balustrades. Door to Flat 4 with coat hanging space and private staircase up to
Open Plan Living Area - 21'11" (6.68m) Into Recess x 16'9" (5.11m) Max
Maximum measurements used. This area is separated into the lounge and kitchen diner, defined by engineered oak flooring in the kitchen. part sloped ceiling with two double glazed windows to the front aspect, enjoying far reaching views across Teignmouth, the Ness and Shaldon and out to sea, with Thatcher Rock in the far distance. television and telephone aerial point and two wall mounted Hershel infrared heating panels. The kitchen has been recently modernised and comprises of a range of contemporary high gloss base and eye level units with squared worktops and coloured glass splashback and surrounds. Inset four ring induction hob with pull out extractor canopy above. Eye level electric oven, inset sing unit with water filter, intergaeted dishwasher and space for upright fridge freezer. Under counter and plinth lighting and the aforementioned oak flooring.
Master Bedroom - 13'7" (4.14m) Max x 12'8" (3.86m) Into Recess
Recessed spotlights and double glazed window to the rear aspect with far reaching views over the town and the countryside in the distance. Hershel infrared electric heating panel and television aerial point.
Bedroom Two - 13'6" (4.11m) Into Recess x 7'3" (2.21m) Max
Double glazed window to the rear aspect enjoying similar views to the main bedroom. Useful storage cupboard currently housing the immersion hot water tank along with space and plumbing for a washing machine.
Accessed just of the living area. A beautiful, recently fitted bathroom suite comprising of a low level flush WC, corner wash hand basin with mixer tap above along with a modern claw foot style bath with mixer taps along with a mixer rain shower with hand held attachment and modern glazed tiles to surround. Extractor fan, wall mounted modern heated towel rail and decorative period style floor tiles.
Accessed via a pull down stair ladder and with limited head room, the loft area has been boarded and benefits from lighting. This area provides plenty of storage however could also be utilised as a handy home office or craft area.
We understand that there is residents and visitors parking at the rear of the property, which is on a first come basis and is not allocated. Barnpark Terrace also backs onto an area of tree lined garden which is laid to level lawn and again, understand that this can be used by residents of the terrace.
We understand that the terrace is Grade II Listed and the flat is being sold on a shared freehold basis (1/4). The lease from 1998 is 999 years and the charge for the year is c£650 and this covers the service charge, maintenance and building insurance and is managed by Parkview Management.
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.
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