As you’ll see from the outside picture, the former Natwest Bank in Crediton’s High Street is a striking building. A recent renovation has transformed this previously tired, landmark building into a desirable property in a convenient and central location. The building will now offer residential living as well as a ground floor wine bar. Nearing completion in Summer 2022, the two flats share a secure entrance from Market Street and can be found on the first and second floors.
Flat 2 is on the first floor and is very grand in its presentation. With high ceilings and some huge windows, it has plenty of wow factor is every room. The layout is flexible with the option to use as an open plan living area and two bedrooms or one of the bedrooms could be used as a separate living space. There is a large shower room (plumbing for washing machine in here too) which serves the flat.
There is no garden with the property but each flat has use of a communal refuse and bike store on the ground floor. Parking can be found locally or an annual parking pass is available for the town car park at St Saviours Way.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax: TBC
Utilities: Mains electric, water, gas
Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 100Mbps (Money Supermarket)
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Gas-fired central heating
Listed: Yes Grade II
Tenure: Leasehold (999 year lease, £50 per month management charge for communal areas and building upkeep, share of insurance also payable).
DIRECTIONS: 133 High Street is the old Natwest Building on the corner of The High Street and Market Street with the entrance to the flats found in Market Street.
CREDITON : An ancient market town, with a contemporary feel – only a short, 20-minute drive NW from the city of Exeter. Set in the Vale of the River Creedy, amongst gentle, rolling hills and verdant pastures. Sincerely picture postcard. Once the capital of Devon, Crediton is famed for its inspiring sandstone church and for being the birthplace of Saint Boniface in 680 AD. Its high street is a vibrant place, abuzz with trade –artisan coffee shops, roaring pubs, a farmers’ market and bakeries, jam-packed with mouthwatering delights. For those commuting it has hassle free transport links into Exeter and for schooling a prestigious community college (Queen Elizabeth’s) – with an Ofsted “outstanding” sixth form. In addition, it boasts a brilliant gym & leisure centre for New Year’s resolutions, two supermarkets for the weekly shop and a trading estate for any practical needs. All neatly held in a single valley.
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