For Sale

Butts Road, Heavitree, Exeter

£175,000 Guide Price
  • Type: Retirement
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: C
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Property Summary

This spacious 2 double bedroom lower ground floor retirement apartment is privately tucked away in the far corner of this sought after retirement development set in arguably the best grounds of any retirement complex in Exeter. The property enjoys an unrivalled picturesque setting; the only sounds to interrupt the all encompassing quietude are bird song and the breeze through the surrounding trees.
Perfect for a single person or couple seeking independent and secure living within one of Exeter’s most popular retirement developments lying close to Heavitree's comprehensive shopping centre and a regular bus service to and from the city centre.

Strong interest anticipated and early viewings recommended.

Full Details

Private Entrance Hall

Lounge/Diner 5.30m x 3.16m (17'4" x 10'4")

Kitchen 2.23m x 2.10m (7'3" x 6'10")

Bedroom 1 4.08m x 2.89m (13'4" x 9'5")

Bedroom 2 4.36m x 2.63m (14'3" x 8'7")

Shower Room 2.10m x 1.66m (6'10" x 5'5")

Service Charge & Ground Rent
A 2 bedroom apartment - for the budget of 2023-2024: Estimated at £2,666.34 per annum which is divided into two equal payments of £1333.17 paid in September and March.

Ground Rent - We understand the ground rent is approximately £210 also divided into two equal payments of £110 paid in September and March.

Age Restriction
It should be noted that residents need to be aged 55 or above to be able to live at Mowbray Court. Please also note that as a single resident you need to be aged 60 or over and as a couple, only one of you needs to be aged 60 or over to reside at Mowbray Court.

Mowbray Court Information - See Online
Honiton 17 miles, Taunton 28 miles, Exmouth 10 miles, Okehampton 22 miles, Torbay 23 miles, Plymouth 46 miles, Exeter City Centre 1.5 miles, M5 Motorway 2 miles (approximate distances only).

Mowbray Court is conveniently situated within just a few minutes easy walking distance of Heavitree’s comprehensive shopping centre, pleasure park and a nearby bus service offering regular bus service to and from the city centre.

Mowbray Court – is an 'independent living' retirement complex of 60 flats set in beautiful grounds of about 4 acres set back from Butts Road. There is a communal lounge and kitchen area with access afforded from the lounge onto a patio area with outside seating. Here, you can sit and relax with friends while enjoying the picturesque view across the beautifully maintained communal gardens. The lounge is available to be used by all the residents and is the venue for the larger social activities such as quiz nights, race nights, afternoon tea group, bingo, Saturday night film etc. Next to this lounge is a small library/reading room for the smaller social activities such as poetry and Holy Communion. The complex is managed by a Manager who lives on site 9-5pm with an hour for lunch. The complex is, at all times, connected to a 24 hour Call Centre – which can offer assurance and call for help from the emergency services. Mowbray Court - under the 'right to manage' manages its own finances via an elected Board of Directors. All residents can apply for Membership of the Company. This retirement development comes with a lift, guest suite, communal lounge, resident manager's office and the communal laundry room with four 'Miele' washing machines, and four dryers.

Exeter is one of the country’s most famous Roman cities steeped in history with all the amenities and features of a modern day regional capital. The city also has an excellent choice of state and independent schools and Exeter University is one of the most popular universities in Britain consistently ranking within the top ten of many league tables. Exeter International airport lies five miles east of the city and there are excellent rail and road links including the mainline services to London (Paddington and Waterloo) the Midlands and the north of England plus excellent motorway connections with the national network at junctions 29, 30 and 31 of the M5 reaching a wide range of destinations.