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Churchview House is a handsome Victorian building on three floors. No2. Churchview is a first floor apartment which has been fully refurbished and improved with new wiring, plastering and a new hand built kitchen and a smart new shower room. It has a large living room with a big bay window overlooking the village square and the church and there are countryside views from most of the other large sash windows which let in loads of lovely natural light. The accommodation is bright and spacious throughout with a large kitchen, two big double bedrooms and the new shower room. Most of the windows are double glazed. There is an electric central heating system with conventional style radiators and all the switches and plugs are in brushed alloy. The property comes with a lease in excess of 990 years but the leaseholder will also own one third of the management company which owns the freehold. It is essential to view the property but it can be seen on the virtual video tour on Fowlers website.
Churchview House is set in the centre of the picturesque Dartmoor village of Drewsteignton. It is just a few metres walk from the village shop and post office, The Drewe Arms pub, the parish church and the excellent Old Inn restaurant. The village is surrounded by countryside and nearby riverside walks and there is another pub at the Fingle Bridge Inn by the river Teign. The ancient stannary town of Chagford is about 5 miles away and the county town of Exeter is about 15 miles.
A large part glazed panelled door leads from the village square into a ground floor hall with a staircase serving first and second floors. The front door to No. 2 is on the first floor landing. The electric meter boxes are located on the wall in this ground floor hallway.
A corridor hallway with a high ceiling, picture rails and fitted spotlights and high skirtings. The floor is stripped timber and is painted and there are panelled doors to all rooms. At one end, next to the front door, is a double cupboard with space for storage or a drier and concealing the circuit breakers.
This room has a marble tiled floor with matching tiled walls in the walk in shower which has a glazed shower screen and a built in chromed thermostatic shower with both a 'rainshower' head and a shower wand. A quality pedestal low level w.c. is fitted and there is a smart vanitary unit with a tiled top and an inset oval porcelain basin with a chromed mixer tap and tiled splashbacks. A ceiling mounted spotlight fixture is fitted, an automatic extractor fan and an electric wall mounted towel rail. There are tall new double glazed casement windows.
This is a spacious and bright room with a tall ceiling, picture rails and a large double glazed sash window with views over the edge of the village to the countryside. There is a central pendant light point, a painted timber floor and a wall mounted electric panelled radiator beneath the window. The kitchen is hand built and comprises painted wood base and wall cabinets with marble worktops with LED lighting and white 'landscape' glazed splashback tiles. Space is allocated for the Rangemaster cooking range which has a glass top with five induction rings and a grill, fan oven and a warming oven and there is a fitted circulator hood and lighting above. A Belfast sink is fitted and there is a fridge/freezer, an automatic dishwasher and there is plumbing in a tall cupboard for a concealed washing machine.
A bright south facing bedroom with a high ceiling and picture rails and a large double glazed sash window with a view over the edge of the village to woodland and the Teign Valley. The floor is painted timber and there are two built in double closets with an original cast iron fireplace with tiled returns, a painted surround and mantel and an oak hearth. There is a pendant light point and a wall mounted electric panel radiator.
This attractive room has a large single glazed bay window which looks across the village square to the church. It has a tall ceiling, picture rails, a pendant light point, a painted timber floor and a large electric wall mounted panel radiator.
A large second bedroom with a tall ceiling with picture rails and a pendant light point. There are two large double glazed sash windows with views across the village to the church and across the valley to woodland. The floor is painted timber and there is a large electric wall mounted radiator.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
The property has in excess of a 990 year lease. The leaseholder also owns one third of the management company which owns the freehold.
Upon reaching the village square in the centre of Drewsteignton look for the only three storey building overlooking The Square and opposite the post office and village shop. That is Churchview House and the entrance to the upper flats is on the side of the building opposite the Old Inn restaurant.