Addendum To Printed Catalogue
This is a four bedroom property, not three bedrooms as stated in the catalogue.
A beautifully presented, four bedroom penthouse apartment, a conversion of a prestigious building previously a hotel which has kept many original features. This apartment has planning permission to form an additional apartment and balcony. The current accommodation includes an open plan lounge, modern kitchen with integrated appliances, three double bedrooms master en-suite, separate bathroom, large storage cupboard. The building benefits from a lift to the apartment’s internal hallway and views to the sea and marina, allocated parking, visitor's parking and communal gardens.
The property Collingswood is situated in an elevated location in the Wellswood area of Torquay, which forms part of the English Riviera of Torbay a popular residential and holiday destination with many beaches, a marina and harbour. The town has many other amenities with many shops, restaurants and the theatre and is situated some 22 miles south of Exeter and 34 miles east of Plymouth.
Secure key code gated access to the property, with intercom entry to the main building, communal entrance hallway to stairs to all floors, lift to all floor levels with secure key to the penthouse only.
Entry to penthouse hallway with 2 storage cupboards, cloakroom wc, lounge/dining room opening to kitchen /breakfast room, four bedrooms with master en-suite, family bathroom.
Fabulous communal gardens and views from the rear of the property to the sea and harbour.
Electric double gated access to the car park with allocated parking and visitor parking.
A Grant Of Planning Permission was permitted on the ‘Re-submission of P/2012/0416 to form additional apartment and balcony at roof level.’ on the 28th August 2015. Any enquiries should be directed to Torbay Council 01803 201201 or www.torbay.gov.uk
Energy Performance Rating - C
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