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Accommodation Summary

Elegant First Floor Apartment
Sought-after Exe Valley Village
Two Double Bedrooms
Large Dual Aspect Sitting Room
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Newly Fitted Bathroom
Garage and Parking
Gas Central Heating
Set in Beautiful Communal Gardens
Grade II Listed

Directions

From Exeter City centre proceed north on the A396 passing through the villages of Stoke Canon and Rewe. Turn left at the Ruffwell Inn signposted Thorverton and proceed through the village, over the bridge and past The Thorverton Arms and The Exeter Inn, continue along Bullen Street and follow the road around to the left when it forks. Take the first left into The Glebe then turn immediately right into The Old Rectory.

Situation

The popular village of Thorverton is located approximately 7 miles north of the Cathedral and University City of Exeter with the market town of Tiverton also about 8 miles away. The village has a primary school with pre-school, a well stocked village shop and post office, two public houses in the centre and a farm shop with new cafe, butchers and deli. There are also village football and cricket clubs. The larger village of Silverton is 2 miles away with a further range of local facilities. Exeter provides a wide range of retail and leisure facilities, a regular bus service to the village and St David’s railway station with its direct link to London Paddington which can also be reached from Tiverton Parkway.

Description

Situated in the popular Exe Valley village of Thorverton this beautifully presented first floor apartment offers a light and spacious dual aspect sitting room with beautiful views, a good size kitchen/breakfast room and two double bedrooms.

The property has been refurbished by the current owner including putting in gas central heating, a new bathroom, kitchen worktops and appliances and redecorated throughout.

The apartment also benefits from a garage and off road parking plus use of spacious communal gardens.

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES Communal entrance with stairs rising to the first floor. Front door opens into..

HALLWAY Spacious hallway with door to airing cupboard housing boiler. Access to loft with built in ladder and light. Doors to..

SITTING ROOM16'7" x 12'6" (5.05m x 3.8m). Large dual aspect sitting room with two large sash windows enjoying stunning views across the countryside. Two radiators. Space for dining table and chairs.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM16'8" x 9'11" (5.08m x 3.02m). Fitted kitchen with range of floor and wall mounted cupboards with wood worktops over and tile splashback. Larder cupboard. Neff induction hob with extractor hood over, Neff integrated microwave and Zanussi oven. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Sash window offering beautiful views across the countryside. Space for small table and chairs. Radiator.

BATHROOM Recently fitted bathroom with modern white suite comprising P-shaped bath with tile surround and mains fed shower over, wash hand basin and low level WC. Radiator.

BEDROOM ONE11'10" x 10'10" (3.6m x 3.3m). Good size main bedroom with sash window offering plenty of light. TV point. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO10'7" x 9'2" (3.23m x 2.8m). Double bedroom with sash window. Built in double wardrobe with cupboard above. Radiator.

OUTSIDE The property is approached by a driveway. By the parking area is a

GARAGE16'5" x 8'5" (5m x 2.57m). With up and over door.

GARDEN Enjoying an elevated position in the village The Old Rectory is set in surrounding gardens mainly laid to lawn, the garden is well established and has a communal bin store and drying area.

AGENTS NOTE The vendor advises they own a Share of the Freehold and form part of the Management Company with the other five owners. The property has the benefit of a 999 year lease from 24th June 1979. The annual ground rent is £20 and the current maintenance charges are £47.45 per calendar month, which includes buildings insurance, gardening and general maintenance.

Please note the vendor is an employee of Wilkinson Grant & Co.

Property info

Share of Freehold