Fore Street, Heavitree, Exeter
The property benefits from the home comforts of uPVC double glazing and the breakfast area in the kitchen has been built around the bay window to take full advantage of the picturesque view across Heavitree Park and the popular café/community hub venue. A side door from the kitchen leads to external steps which take you down to the rear garden and rear pedestrian access leading onto Whipton Lane. A bus stop on the opposite side of the road provides a frequent bus service to and from the city centre. On street residential parking permits are available for nearby streets and the surrounding area.
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Communal Front Entrance Hall.
Private inner entrance door gives access to stairs leading to..
First Floor (half landing).
Stairs rise to main landing. Doors to..
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.85m into bay x 3.11m (15'10" into bay x 10'2")
A well appointed kitchen fitted with matching base, drawer and wall cupboard units. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Ample work surface areas with wall tiling over. Built-in fan assisted double oven and grill with ceramic hob over. Freestanding appliance space for a large fridge/freezer. Built-in airing cupboard containing the hot water cylinder with space and plumbing below for an automatic washing machine. Bench storage seating has been built into bay window to create breakfast/dining area and take full advantage of the picturesque view across Heavitree Park and the popular café/community hub venue. Laminate flooring. Side entrance door giving access to side steps leading down to the rear garden.
Bathroom 2.17m x 1.92m (7'1" x 6'3")
A modernised and well appointed bathroom fitted with a three piece suite. Panelled bath with wall mounted shower unit over. Pedestal wash hand basin. Close coupled WC. Heated towel rail. Vinyl flooring. Small access to roof space. LED downlights set in ceiling. Small opaque sash window.
Small access to roof space. Doors to..
Living Room 5.06m x 3.71m (16'7" x 12'2")
This spacious living room widens into the bay window to 4.43 m (14'6") Central fireplace alcove set in chimney breast. Book/display shelving set in alcoves either side of fireplace. Picture rail. Bay window to front aspect enjoying south facing open outlook extending to trees in the grounds of Mowbray Court.
Bedroom 3.57m x 3.32m (11'8" x 10'10")
Exposed brick chimney breast with fireplace alcove. Sash window to rear aspect with view extending across Heavitree Park.
A side door from the kitchen leads to external steps which take you down to the rear garden and rear pedestrian access leading onto Whipton Lane.
The original garden has been divided into two halves. The left hand side of the garden belongs to the first floor flat (Flat A) and the right hand side of the garden belongs to the ground floor flat (Flat B).
On street residential parking permits are available for nearby streets and the surrounding area.
Service Charge/Lease Information (see online)
We understand that the vendor has a share of the freehold. The vendor owns the freehold for the ground floor flat (Flat B) and owns a leasehold for his first floor flat (Flat A).
The term of the lease is 999 years from 4th June 1982. He does not pay any ground rent or service charge. If works are required, these are agreed and sorted with the downstairs neighbour as and when they happen.
Location Information (see online)
Honiton 17 miles, Taunton 28 miles, Exmouth 10 miles, Okehampton 22 miles, Torbay 19 miles, Plymouth 44 miles, City Centre 1.5 miles, M5 Motorway 2 miles (approximate distances only).
Situated in the heart of Heavitree, this property occupies a central location close to Heavitree's comprehensive shopping centre and pleasure park, and comfortable walking distance of hospitals, the city centre and Exeter Business Park at Sowton. The property is also within easy walking distance of some outstanding local schools. Heavitree Pleasure Park hosts a range of recreational activities including a bowls club, tennis courts, children’s play areas, basket ball court and BMX dirt jumps, a bowls club, tennis courts, children’s play areas with paddling pools and a newly constructed café/community hub venue.
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, Exeter College and Exeter University which is one of the most popular universities in Britain consistently ranking within the top ten of many league tables. Exeter International airport is 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.