A well presented, 1st floor, 2 bedroom apartment within a period building with stunning sea views, parking and a good-sized outbuilding for storage. Read more
A well presented, 1st floor, 2 bedroom apartment within a period building with stunning sea views, parking and a good-sized outbuilding for storage.
Washington House, with origins believed to date back to 1850, commands a prominent and elevated situation on Castle Hill. Flat 3 occupies a first-floor position and as such enjoys stunning views. The panoramic view stretches over the communal gardens, Seaton beach and the sea. This lovely 2-bedroom apartment benefits from communal parking, gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows throughout. The present owners have improved and updated the apartment since purchasing. In particular they upgraded the kitchen, including installing a new oven, hob, fridge and slimline dishwasher along with new flooring. The apartment also has the benefit of a large storage shed, ideal for bikes or beach equipment etc.
There is a communal entrance door which opens to the communal hallway with stairs rising to the first floor with external private cupboard which houses the consumer unit and electric meter for Flat 3. The private front door opens to a long entrance hall with door to the living room which is a particular feature of this apartment with high ceilings and a large picture window which takes full advantage of the fabulous views. The good-sized master bedroom is directly behind this room with window to rear and fitted wardrobes. Accessed from the entrance hall is a deep airing cupboard and a couple of stairs continue down into the inner hall with further shelved cupboard and doors off to the fully fitted kitchen, bathroom with white suite and bedroom 2. Both the bedroom and kitchen have a view from the window to the side with an attractive outlook across the town and beyond to the cliffs and countryside in the distance. It is very well presented throughout and must be viewed internally to appreciate its location. Outside: Communal grounds include a large lawned area to the front surrounded by well stocked flower borders. There is a footpath that leads up from Castle Hill which has a couple of seating areas to the side of the path which take in the fantastic views across to Beer Cliffs. There is a communal drying area to the rear of the property which includes storage sheds. Flat 3 has use of a sizeable private storage area within a wooden shed with a lockable door.
Tenure: We are advised that the property is 1/6th share of the freehold with a 999 year lease which commenced 1981. We are advised that there is a monthly charge of £145 which covers buildings and garden maintenance, window & communal area cleaning as well as buildings insurance.
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Council Tax: We are advised that the property is Council Tax Band C. East Devon District Council. Tel: 01404 515616.
Services: We are advised all mains services are connected