A top floor apartment with lovely views to the coast and surrounding countryside, balcony, garage/parking and within walking distance to Thurlestone beaches and the local amenities.
Built in 1991, Arden House, Merchants Garden is a private, small development of apartments. No.5 is located on the top floor, has wonderful views to the coast and surrounding countryside and is within easy walking distance to Thurlestone beaches and the local amenities.
All rooms are accessed off the generous entrance hall and comprise of 3 double bedrooms, 2 have built-in wardrobes and bed 1 enjoys en-suite facilities and has access out on to the balcony, there is also a shower room and further bathroom. The kitchen has ample floor and wall units, integrated appliances, and space for a dining table to one end, there's also a very useful utility room. The sitting room is stunning, approximately 30ft in length, has dual aspect windows and doors opening out onto the balcony, this a lovely place to sit and take in the views of the grounds and towards the coastline. The property also comes with a garage and parking plus has the use of the beautifully maintained communal grounds.
This property would make an ideal permanent home, holiday home or lock up and leave.
Thurlestone is an attractive village situated close to the spectacular Devon Coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the South West Coast Path is the only hike in the UK to have made it into the highly respected Lonely Planet Adventures Guide Book. A short stroll takes you across to Thurlestone Sands with the landmark Thurlestone Rock, the popular ''Beach House' café and Thurlestone Marsh, one of three small wetlands south of the village. Thurlestone has a vibrant community with popular primary school, a busy village hall, shop and post office, pub and church. There is even a converted BT Red Phone Box providing ''The Thurlestone Book Exchange'. The Thurlestone Hotel has a superb health club with spa, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and there is a fine 18-hole links golf course. The nearby market town of Kingsbridge provides a good range of shops, a health centre, leisure centre with indoor swimming pool, library, schools and churches.
All mains services, electric, water and drainage.
Leasehold -150 years from 1991. Share of Freehold.Maintenance/Service Charges: Approximately £2,700 per annum.