Toad Hall is a modernised period property situated within easy walking distance of Ashburton Town and short drive to the Moors. The period building has been divided into apartments and maisonettes retaining lots of character features.
3.90m x 2.00m (12'10" x 6'7")
The kitchen is a bright room with a window overlooking the rear of the property with an outlook onto woodland beyond. Comprising of wooden fronted base units with a granite effect roll top work surface above, stainless steel sink and drainer, oven with four-ring gas hob, wall mounted gas combi boiler. Appliance space for fridge and freezer, further space and plumbing for washing machine. Two ceiling light points, large opening looking down into the dining area. Doorway allowing access. Two steps down to the ...
Dining Area/Sun Room
4.52m x 2.20m (14'10" x 7'3")
A bright room with a double glazed door allowing access to the walled garden, with double glazed windows to two sides overlooking the garden and beyond to woodland. Tiled flooring, two ceiling light points, power points, radiator and built-in wooden seating.
5.00m x 4.24m (16'5" x 13'11")
Spacious and comfortable room, full of character and comprising large bay window with window seat, original stained glass door and old fireplace, with locally sourced woodburning stove. Ceiling light point, two radiators, beautiful staircase rising to the first floor landing. Large understairs storage cupboard, power points, T.V and telephone points. Door to ...
4.60m x 2.67m (15'1" x 8'9")
Positioned to the rear of the property having a feature bay window with uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the gardens behind and woodland, with a south easterly aspect. Ceiling light point, radiator and power points.
First Floor Landing
Wooden sash window on half landing providing lots of natural light to the living area. Hatch to loft space, ceiling light point. and doors to ...
4.72m x 4.11m (15'6" x 13'6")
Large dual aspect room with two double glazed sash windows, one overlooking the front of the property and the other having a south westerly aspect over gardens and beyond to the Moors. Built-in storage cupboard with shelving, alcoves ideal for wardrobe space, ceiling light point, radiator and power points.
4.60m x 2.67m (15'1" x 8'9")
Positioned to the rear of the property with a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and beyond to woodland, with a South Easterly aspect. Ceiling light point, power points and radiator.
Access to ...
A bright room with a uPVC double glazed window to side with a south westerly aspect over gardens and beyond to the Moors. Comprising panelled bath with hot and cold mixer tap and shower attachment with fully tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome hot and cold mixer tap, low level W.C, wall light and radiator.
To the side of the property is a walled garden. There is a small balcony with iron steps down onto the level garden area, which comprises of a mature fig tree and mature climbing plants and is mainly laid with stone chippings with a patio area to the side. The garden benefits from the sun from morning to afternoon as it is south westerly facing. Under the dining area is a large opening ideal for storage.
We understand from land registry title number DN443337 that the property is held on 999 year lease from 5 February 2001 with a peppercorn ground rent. There is a maintenance charge of approximately £80 a month which includes buildings insurance. The seller of this property is also the freehold owner of the building.
From the A38 Expressway Exeter bound, take the first exit for Ashburton. Follow the signs for the town centre, taking a right hand turn into Western Road and the property can be found on the right.