Stunning one bedroom apartment Excellent transport links to the City centre Modern kitchen and spacious, light sitting room Master bedroom Ensuite and separate cloakroom Allocated parking Views over communal grounds
On leaving the city, proceed along the Topsham Road (A3015) and take the first exit left at the Countess Wear roundabout into Rydon Lane (the Ring Road). Continue along this dual-carriageway for just over a mile and at the sign posting for Tesco's Superstore take the right hand turning into Russell Way. At the first roundabout take the first exit left into Digby Drive and then second right through the main gates to Clyst Heath. After entering the ornate gates turn left signposted South Grange. The Ballroom is the grand detached building with the blue clock tower to the right of No 24 South Grange. Stone steps lead down to no 6 which is on the corner overlooking the gardens and parkland .
Clyst Heath remains a premier development in Exeter. Its combination of easy access to the City centre and the M5, airport and local beaches coupled with a fine comprehensive selection of localised shopping facilities elevate this location to a highly sought-after residential area. There are frequent bus services, both to the city centre and the Hospital. The Digby and Sowton train station is close by and a very well regarded primary school is only five minutes walk away.
This fantastic Grade II Listed property was formerly the hospital ballroom. Its stunning setting in the park grounds makes it as unique as the accommodation it comprises. The grand windows looking out over the grounds are enjoyed from the impressive living room making it a light and tranquil room. There is a modern fitted kitchen and a good size master bedroom with en suite. There is a further guest WC. The apartment benefits from its own private access, allocated parking and access to the well maintained communal gardens.
Entrance hall Entering this fabulous apartment through a wooden front door, into the entrance hallway, which in turn leads to the living room. There are wooden floors, a wall mounted Glow-worm combination boiler and door leading to...
Cloakroom Cloakroom with low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with dual tap over. Radiator, and wooden flooring continued.
Living room20'4" x 16'5" (6.2m x 5m). A most impressive living room with three attractive arched windows overlooking the landscaped and well maintained communal grounds. On a sunny day, this room is absolutely flooded with light. Exposed brick work adds much character to this impressive room. Two radiators, stripped wooden floor continues.
Kitchen9' x 8'3" (2.74m x 2.51m). Modern and tasteful fitted kitchen with a range of base units with a granite effect work top over. Tiled splashback. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge/freezer. Integrated slimline dishwasher. One and half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Electric oven with four ring gas hob over and extractor fan. Wooden flooring continues in here.
Master bedroom11'10" x 10'2" (3.6m x 3.1m). Double bedroom with window to the side aspect, feature radiator, wooden flooring and door leading to the en suite.
En suite Modern en suite with three piece white suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin built into vanity unit and white panelled bath with shower over and fully tiled surround. Ladder style heated towel rail. Tiled flooring.
Outside To the front of the building is an allocated parking space and paved pathways leading to the entrance of The Ballroom. The park grounds are communal and extremely well maintained providing a beautiful setting for this unique and charming property.
Agents note The vendor advises that the property has the benefit of a 999 year Lease from 29 September 1995. We understand that the current service charge is £160 per month and includes buildings insurance, the ground rent is £87.50 payable bi-annually.
Lettings note Wilkinson Grant lettings department would consider the rental value of this property to be in the region of £800pcm which should give you a gross yield of 4.8%. For further information on this or any property letting or management matters, please contact a member of our Lettings Department on and they will be only too happy to assist with your enquiry.
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