Located in one of Tavistock's most highly regarded residential areas, a 2/3 bedroomed apartment occupying the first and second floors of a grand period house with far ranging views. Short walk to town. Private parking area and garden.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
Located in one of Tavistock's most sought after residential areas, this spacious apartment is arranged over the first and second floors of a large period townhouse and benefits from many original features including the turning staircase with sweeping handrail and beautiful large stained glass window above, galleried landing, well-proportioned rooms with high ceilings and period features including the fireplace in the sitting room, plasterwork, joinery work and cord sash windows with superb views over Tavistock town to Whitchurch Down. The property has a separate kitchen and utility room with space for drying, and a new Worcester boiler has been installed in the last year. The bedrooms benefit from spacious built-in wardrobes, and the top-floor bedroom is self-contained with an ensuite bathroom.
Outside, there is a shared driveway and turning space leading to a private parking area. Beyond the parking area is a cobbled courtyard, private and sheltered, suitable for a café table and chairs.
At the front of the house, a gently sloping path leads down to the garden (shared with Flat 2) which is a particularly attractive feature, level and laid to lawn with well-tended beds and borders filled with flowering plants, trees and shrubs designed to provide an array of seasonal colour.
Tavistock town and the extensive amenities therein is an easy walk from the property, via the pedestrian cut throughs at either Rocky Hill or Madge Lane.
Tavistock is a thriving market town adjoining the western edge of the Dartmoor National Park and was in 2004 voted the winner of a nationwide survey undertaken by the Council for the Protection of Rural England involving 120 other market towns. Among the assets taken into consideration were history, architecture, community spirit, planning sensitivity, recreational facilities and individuality of shops and businesses. Additional facilities include a hospital, a bustling Pannier Market, and a full range of schools both State and Private. Indeed, Tavistock can claim to have everything adding up to a quality of life which would be hard to rival.
Plymouth is only 15 miles away with fast Inter City rail links to London, Bristol, and the North. There are also ferry services to Roscoff, Brittany and Santander, Northern Spain.
Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances, or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves.
The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows:
6'2” x 2'7”
8'6” x 7' (including understairs alcove)
14'10” x 14'4”
12'4“ x 8'9”
9' x 3'9”
12'9” x 10'5”
DINING ROOM/BEDROOM THREE
15'9” x 10' (Including concealed study in cupboard)
10'2” x 7'1”
With eves storage cupboards
17'6” x 13'3” narrowing to 6'8”
8'10” x 8'
All mains services connected.
Leasehold. Remainder of 199-year lease which commenced on 1st December 1988 plus one third share of the management company which owns the freehold interest.
A Service Charge of approx. £350 pa is payable towards buildings insurance and maintaining the building and a Ground Rent of £100pa reviewable to £150pa in 2038.
We understand this property is in band 'C' for Council Tax purposes.
By appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT TAVISTOCK on 01822 612345.
Leave Tavistock's Bedford Square via West Street and continue to the brow of the hill. At the mini roundabout, bear right into Spring Hill, heading towards Tavistock Hospital. Immediately opposite the Hospital, turn right into Watts Road. Continue for a short distance where the entrance to no.4 will be found on the right-hand side.