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Home 8 - a one bedroom apartment with a spacious open plan living area which includes a modern fitted kitchen with integral appliances, high ceilings throughout, a double bedroom and modern bathroom with decorative flooring tiles completes this unique apartment.
We are delighted to offer St. George's House, a Georgian period property that is situated in the heart of Teignmouth town centre.
This new development comprises of eight bespoke apartments that have been well thought out and finished to a beautiful standard in keeping with the quaint and charming characteristics of the original building.
When arriving to the property you are greeted with a wide and open entrance foyer with oak engineered flooring being carried out throughout the communal area. There is lift access to some of the flats however there are steps and stairs with in some of the apartments.
Each apartment benefits from engineered oak flooring to the living spaces and hallways, carpet to bedroom and decorative ceramic floor tiles to the bathroom and entrance lobby. The spacious kitchen benefits from Oak worktops, tiled splashbacks and integrated kitchen appliances as standard.
Teignmouth is a bustling seaside town with its active harbour and regency style seafront and pier. The town offers an array of shops, bars, restaurants, patisseries and bakery's. Teignmouth offers a beautiful scenic coastline with walks leading to neighbouring town of Dawlish or catch the ferry to Shaldon village, you cut through the foot paths to the quaint village of Bishopsteignton village. With Teignmouth offering fantastic transport links such as the train station and easy access to the A380 on to the M5.
Disclaimer: Floor plans and images shown are for general guidance only. All the floor plans and the room sizes shown have been taken from plans prior to the development and their accuracy cannot be confirmed. The information contained does not constitute or form part of an offer or contract nor may they be regarded as representation. All interested parties must themselves verify their accuracy.