from our offices, head down the High Street and turn left onto Market Street. Follow this road for 200 meters and Parliament Square will be the building in front of you.
The accommodation, with approximate measurements comprises;
Communal Entrance with security door and intercom system. Stairs to;
Entrance Hallway with telephone intercom system, radiator, storage cupboard, smart home control panel and separate entrance to;
Radiator, ceiling speakers, sound controls, double doors to balconette overlooking gardens.
Range of white fronted units providing ample cupboard and drawer space, matching fitted wall cabinets, integrated fridge, integrated freezer, integrated washing machine/tumble drier, stainless steel electric oven with four ring halogen hob and stainless steel splash back, inset circular stainless steel sink, polished granite work surface, under pelmet lighting.
Radiator, rear facing outlook, ceiling speakers, fitted double wardrobes.
Radiator, front outlook.
(max) Modern white suite comprising whirlpool bath with overhead shower and glass curved edge shower screen, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, inset ceiling speaker, chrome heated towel rail, airing cupboard with pine slatted shelving.
There is a secured car park offering an allocated off street parking space.
Gas Central Heating, Mains Electric, Water and Drainage.
Mid Devon District Council.
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