Online Viewings Available. In a BEAUTIFUL RURAL SETTING, this 1 bedroom GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT benefits from OFF ROAD PARKING and GENEROUS COMMUNAL GROUNDS. The property would make an ideal FIRST PURCHASE, lock up and leave or HOLIDAY HOME in the beautiful DEVON COUNTRYSIDE.
Haccombe house is approached along a country lane which runs through a picturesque valley. Pastureland with gently rising hills beyond form the backdrop for the once extremely grand single residence which has now been sub divided. Think Pemberley Estate from Jane Austen's, Pride and Prejudice; you may just catch a glimpse of Mr D'Arcy or hear the band playing at a highbrow social gathering from times past as you approach. Apartments here give buyers an opportunity to experience a fabulous location, live in a piece of history and even feel like the Lord of the manor at a surprisingly affordable price. Maintenance costs may be more than in some modern apartment buildings but for your money you get to part own and assist in preserving your very own and very impressive country pile. You may be a first time buyer or subsequent purchaser, looking for a lock up and leave or even searching for a holiday home. If you want to own something different, and you are looking for a rural location, look no further!
Each apartment at Haccombe House was formed by a sympathetic conversion of the property into homes of individual character. We have not seen two the same. This charming apartment is accessed via the communal entrance with intercom system leading to the communal hallway where the property's own private entrance door is situated. The lounge has a sash window to front with high coved ceiling. The kitchen has a pine base unit with sink and spaces for appliances with tiled flooring and also has a sash window overlooking the main entrance. The bedroom has two recessed shelving alcoves, night storage heater and sash window. The bathroom has a panelled bath with shower over, low level WC and wash basin.
Haccombe is a small picturesque Hamlet within the heart of the countryside with a small 14th century church on the edge of the communal gardens. The highly sought-after village of Combeinteignhead is close-by with a village shop, primary school and a popular public house/restaurant. The pretty coastal towns of Teignmouth and Shaldon, along with the larger market town of Newton Abbot, are within a short drive with an abundance of shopping and leisure facilities and good transport links via the A380 linking to the M5 and a mainline railway station with services to Manchester, Edinburgh and the capital.
Gardens Outside there are beautiful communal gardens mainly laid to lawn with picnic area.
Parking Resident and visitor parking on site.
Council Tax: Currently Band A
Ground Rent: £50.00 per annum
Service Charge: £210.00 per calendar month
Lease: 999 years from 1982