Prispen Drive,, Silverton, EXETER
This impressive apartment comes with a large lounge/diner, well fitted kitchen, balcony, 2 en-suite shower rooms, cloakroom/WC, double glazed sash style windows, Economy 7 night storage heating, garage and allocated parking space nearby.
Situated on the outskirts of the charming village of Silverton, Prispen House is set in an elevated position surrounded by trees, and overlooking fishing lake, and rolling countryside.
Electronic wrought iron gates operated with intercom or entry code provide this prestigious development with a heightened sense of privacy and security.
Stairs rising to first floor. Private front door leading to..
Intercom telephone entry system. Security alarm control panel. Night storage heater. Double glazed sash window to rear aspect. Airing cupboard. Double doors open to the..
Lounge/Diner 6.17m x 4.65m (20'2" x 15'3")
This room narrows to 3.86m (12’8). Feature marble fireplace with electric flame effect fire and wooden mantelpiece. TV aerial point. Telephone point. Night storage heater. Double glazed doors open onto the balcony. Large sash style window with picturesque outlook across the communal grounds.
Kitchen 3.56m x 2.82m (11'8" x 9'3")
A well appointed Paul Rosa ‘New England’ kitchen fitted with range of matching base, draw and wall cupboard units. Single drainer stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit. Plenty of work surface areas with wall tiling over. Built-in single oven and grill with extractor unit over. Four ring induction hob. Integrated Whirlpool dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Below counter space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Built-in wine rack. Wall mounted fan heater. Full height double glazed sash style window to front aspect with picturesque outlook across the communal grounds.
Bedroom 1 5.56m x 2.82m (18'2" x 9'3")
A generous sized double bedroom with fitted mirror fronted wardrobes. Night storage heater. TV aerial point. Telephone point. Large double glazed sash style window with picturesque outlook across the communal grounds. Door to..
En-suite Shower Room
A well presented shower room fitted with a three-piece suite. Wash hand basin with cupboard below. Wide Shower Enclosure. Close coupled WC. Heated towel rail. Shaver socket. Extractor unit.
Bedroom 2 4.32m x 2.67m (14'2" x 8'9")
Another double sized bedroom with fitted mirror fronted wardrobes and drawers. Night storage heater. Double glazed sash style window with outlook across the main entrance courtyard.
En-Suite Shower Room
A well presented shower room fitted with a three-piece suite. Wash hand basin with cupboard below. Wide shower enclosure. Close coupled WC. Shaver socket. Extractor unit. Heated towel rail.
Bedroom 3 2.64m x 2.39m (8'7" x 7'10")
Double glazed sash style window with outlook across the main entrance courtyard.
A well presented cloakroom/WC with a two-piece suite. Wash hand basin with cupboard below. Close coupled WC. Shaver socket. Heated towel rail. Extractor unit.
The extensive communal grounds are laid to parkland overlooking an adjoining fishing lake. They are approached by large security controlled electronic wrought iron gates. There is a well landscaped communal courtyard with fountain, sculptures, mature shrubs and plants providing a delightful well enclosed setting to sit and relax. The communal entrance leading to Flat 5 is accessed from this courtyard.
The garage pertaining to Flat 5 can be found in a block of garages close by and comes with electric powered up and over door, power and light supply, security alarm control panel and electric meter.
In addition to the garage, there is a dedicated parking space for No.5, plus gated visitors parking.
Service Charge £1,850 P.A.
A management company has been formed and the current Service Charge is £1,850 per annum paid half yearly; £925 in April and £925 in October.
There is no ground rent.
Lease Information - 999 years from 2002
All residents' have a shared ownership of the Freehold. The original length of lease was set at 999 years in 2002.
Description & Location
Prispen House is an impressive private residential development designed to reflect the architecture of the original village Rectory. Sadly, the old building was destroyed by fire in 1990 and was rebuilt in 2002 as a new development and one large building comprising a mix of nine townhouses and six apartments. Each property has either an integral garage or an allocated garage situated on the east side. Prispen House is set in extensive and very attractive grounds overlooking the village, with views towards Exmoor and Dartmoor from upper floors.
Silverton lies just 8 miles from Exeter along the valley of the River Exe on route to Tiverton which lies a similar distance to the north. Silverton offers a good range of amenities, including church, inns, primary school, post office and general store, and there are some lovely walks to be enjoyed in the surrounding countryside.
Exeter offers excellent transport links by road (M5, A38 & A30). Rail and air travel is provided vis with the regional airport, expanding rapidly to provide services to numerous holiday destinations.