9 Forde Park is an impressive and substantial Victorian villa which has now been sympathetically converted into five apartments successfully blending both Victorian period features and modern comforts and convenience.
All five apartments have been finished to an exceptional standard with standout features including video-intercom entry systems, high-gloss kitchens with granite worktops, integrated appliances, plush grey carpets, and wood-effect laminate flooring.
Many character features have been retained; such as high ceilings, high skirting boards, bay and sash windows, and even the window shutters have been refurbished.
Outside there is ample parking with spaces allocated to each apartment, plus a number of visitors’ spaces.
Communal facilities include a lawned garden, well screened by several mature trees, a bike shed, and bin store.
Located to the rear of the building on the ground floor, and approached by both steps and a ramp, Flat 3 benefits from its own private entrance without communal hallways as well as its own private garden. There is a spacious open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room which has been cleverly, but informally divided by use of different floor coverings. Off the central entrance hall are the two double bedrooms, the master having an en suite shower room and the second enjoying a dual-aspect, as well as the bathroom. Both bedrooms overlook the flat’s private garden which is enclosed and offers a good degree of privacy.
Gas central heating.
A-rated Baxi EcoBlue combination boiler with two-year manufacturer warranty.
Grey wood-effect laminate flooring and grey twist carpets.
Video entry systems.
Allocated parking and visitor parking.
Communal cycle shed and bin store.
Feature bay and sash windows.
Refurbished window shutters.
High skirting boards.
Fully fitted white gloss kitchens with grey fleck
Integrated Bosch appliances including fan oven, induction hob, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer.
Integrated Beko or Candy washer-drier.
All appliances are A-rated and come with a two year manufacturers’ warranty.
Fully fitted white suites comprising close coupled WC, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, and panelled bath with chrome mixer tap, shower over, and glazed screen.
Shower enclosure to en suites.
Wood effect laminate flooring.
Chrome heated towel rails.
Architects certificate (CML compliant).
* Please note the above specification is provided
as an indicative guide only.
Mains water, drainage, gas, and electric.
Originally forming part of the grounds of Forde
House, a Grade I listed Jacobean former manor house, Forde Park is an eight-acre area of historic parkland with three public tennis courts, a croquet lawn, and a pavilion. The park itself and the immediate surrounding area are part of the Forde Park Conservation Area. As well as Forde Park, there are also several others to explore namely Courtenay, Bakers, and Decoy Country Park.
The market town of Newton Abbot offers a comprehensive range of shops, from local independents to the well-known national brands, several supermarkets, a weekly market, a good range of leisure facilities, primary and secondary schooling, a hospital, and a mainline railway station to London Paddington. With its rugged terrain and famous Tors, Dartmoor National Park is only some six miles away.
The English Riviera, Torbay, is approximately six miles to the south-east. The Cathedral City and regional capital of Exeter is approximately 16 miles to the north and the historic naval City of Plymouth is approximately 34 miles to the south-west.
Newton Abbot mainline railway station
A380 dual-carriageway to Exeter and Torquay
A38 Devon Expressway dual-carriageway to
Plymouth and Exeter 5 miles.
M5 motorway 13 miles.
Exeter International Airport 20 miles.