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Converted into apartments about 15 years ago, Moorlands is a former woollen mill with a magnificent listed Georgian front elevation. Apartment 11 is a two storey property with a large living room, a fitted kitchen with major appliances and a w.c. on the lower level and a large landing, shower room, double bedroom and a master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom on the top floor. Underfloor gas fired heating is fitted with individual room thermostats and the whole apartment has it's own air circulation and heat recovery system (ACHR) to keep the air in the apartment fresh, filter out pollen and dust and move warmth around in the winter. The property enjoys super views over the edge of town to countryside and the moor. It is essential to see this property to appreciate it, but there is a virtual tour online.
Moorlands is set only two hundred metres from The Square and is an almost level walk. Despite being near the centre of the town its elevated position allows Apartment 11 gorgeous views over the edge of town to Meldon Hill, the Dartmoor countryside and the moor itself. Chagford is an ancient stannary town and has a wide range of day to day and specialist shops, cafes and pubs. It has a primary school and pre school, a library, parish church, Roman Catholic church and a chapel. There are surgeries for doctor, dentist and vet and numerous clubs and societies. The town is surrounded by countryside and riverside walks and there is easy access to the nearby moor. The A30 dual carriageway is about 5 miles away and Exeter is approximately 20 miles.
The main entrance door leads into the lift lobby which also has access to an internal staircase. The lift rises to a smart second floor landing and a painted panelled door leads into Apartment 11.
The hall has a fitted wall light point and two halogen downlighters, an entryphone instrument and light wood veneer doors to the living room and kitchen.
A bright room with two large double glazed sash windows looking out over the edge of town to the countryside and moor. The room is spacious with a wall mounted thermostat for under floor heating and two back up electric convector radiators for back up. There are four wall light points, ten power points, two telephone points, two TV points and a satellite point. Four ceiling downlighters are fitted and an ACHR vent.
The kitchen has a large double glazed sash window which looks out over the edge of town to Gidleigh Forest and the moor. It is fitted with a smart kitchen with base and wall cabinets, roll top stone effect work tops and fitted Neff major appliances including a gas hob, extractor hood, a fan oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer and a washer drier. There is a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with a mixer tap, five LED downlighters, an ACHR vent, a light wood door to the lower level w.c and a doorway to the stairwell.
Fitted with a white low level w.c. and a pedestal wash hand basin, an ACHR vent and a vinyl floor.
A staircase rises from the kitchen to the bright top floor landing where there are two large Velux double glazed windows, white painted exposed roof trusses, a solid balustrade around the stairwell, two wall light points and a top floor entryphone telephone instrument. There is space for a work station, a telephone point, four power points, eaves access and a cupboard housing the ACHR equipment and a doorway to the fire escape. Light wood doors lead to all rooms.
A double room with two Velux double glazed windows with black out blinds and views to the surrounding countryside. There is access to eaves storage, six power points, a telephone point and an ACHR vent.
A bright room with a large double glazed Velux skylight with a blackout blind. It is fitted with a fully tiled shower cubicle with a glazed folding shower screen door and a built in thermostatic shower. There is a low level w.c. with a concealed cistern and a wash hand basin set into a marble vanity surface and an ACHR vent.
A bright double room with two large Velux double glazed skylights with blackout blinds and lovely views over the edge of town to Meldon Hill, Dartmoor countryside and the high moor. There are two wall light points, an ACHR vent, ten power points, a telephone point and a TV point. In one corner is a lightwood half size doorway to the boiler room where the Glow Worm central heating boiler is sited which runs the underfloor heating and the hot water. A full size lightwood door leads into the ensuite bathroom.
Fitted with a white pressed steel bath with panelled sides, a wash hand basin set into a marble vanity surface, a low level w.c. with a concealed cistern, a shaver point, three downlighters and an ACHR vent.
At the front of Moorlands is a private car park with numbered spaces corresponding to each flat number. There is also one single visitor/tradesman space.
To the rear of Moorlands is a large enclosed garden which is maintained by a firm of gardeners with the cost forming part of the monthly maintenance fee. There are sitting area and two lawns.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
The owners at Moorlands have a management committee which liases with Plymouth Block Management in respect of the block maintenance of the premises. The maintenance fee includes the block insurance, Plymouth Block Management's fees, heating, light and cleaning of the communal areas and gardening. The fee is currently £230.00 per month.
This is a leasehold flat with a 999 year lease from 2nd December 2002. When purchasing this lease you also become part owner of the Moorlands Management Company which owns the freehold.
From Fowlers office doors on The Square turn left and walk to the top of The Square. Turn right and walk into Mill Street. Walk along the street for about 200 metres and on the left you will see the entrance into the Moorlands parking area in front of the building. On the far side of the car park is an entrance door in the corner which leads into the lift lobby.