A well-presented 1 double bedroom ground floor flat situated in a convenient location close to the town centre, harbour and marina with allocated parking and front and rear gardens. No Onward Chain.
DESCRIPTION: We are pleased to be able to offer, for sale, this well-presented one double bedroom ground floor flat which is located within the handsome Victorian Dashwoods house. The property is situated a short walk from local amenities, the town centre, harbour and marina and benefits from double glazing and electric heating. The spacious accommodation comprises in brief: communal entrance hall leading to the front door; hallway; living/dining room with feature fireplace inset with electric fire and a feature bay window; kitchen with a range of matching wall and base units and a range of white goods which are to be included in the sale (cooker, washer dryer and a fridge); double bedroom and family bathroom. Outside to the front of the property the garden has been laid to gravel with low maintenance in mind, to the rear of the property there is a further small garden area which has been fenced to two sides with a wooden gate giving access. There is also an allocated parking space for one vehicle. Viewings of this flat are recommended to fully appreciate its size and location.
DIRECTIONS: From our office in Swain Street proceed up to the railway bridge and turn left onto Brendon Road which then becomes South Road, follow the road round to the right and the property will then be found after a short distance on the left hand side and indicated by our 'For Sale' board.
LOCATION: Situated in the ancient harbour town of Watchet, boasting a colourful maritime history dating back over two thousand years. Nestled between Exmoor National Park and the Quantock Hills it is hard to believe that the M5 is only half an hour away, with Bristol and its international airport easily commutable. 21st Century Watchet still holds all the charm from long ago while offering the amenities essential to modern living including; junior school, bank, a post office, hairdressers, convenience stores and a host of antique, gift and art shops as well as pubs, hotels, a museum and a doctor's surgery, the town certainly has a great deal to offer anyone wishing to make their home here. The coastline and Marina which opened in 2001, are notable attractions of the area. For steam enthusiasts, The West Somerset Railway runs regularly throughout the year connecting Bishops Lydeard and Minehead with Watchet and all local stations on route.
ACCOMMODATION [All measurements are approximate]
Living/Dining Room 14'11 x 14'2 (4.54m x 4.32m)
Kitchen 10'3 x 4'8 (3.13m x 1.42m)
Bedroom 14'11 x 12'11 (4.53m x 3.94m)
Agents Note: This property is sold subject to a lease which is dated 26th July 1991 for a period of 999 years with an annual ground rent of £100 and a service charge of which you are liable for 20% of the total yearly expenditure.
Agents Notes: Some of the photographs used by Wilkie, May & Tuckwood have been taken with a wide angled lens to show the property off to its best advantage. Please note the floorplan is for guidance only and is not architecturally accurate.
THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991
The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor.
References to the Tenure of the Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor.
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