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Devon Palms, Teignmouth Road, Torquay
£650 pcm *Tenant Info | 1 bedroom

Property available on: 01/10/2021

Property features

• TV with Freeview
• Fully fitted kitchen
• Fully furnished
• Walking distance of the beach
• Communal gardens
• Parking
• Sea views
• Tenant fees apply
• Available from 1st October 2021

DESCRIPTION
A second floor flat within walking distance of the village centre of Maidencombe with its own beach and public house. Communal gardens to enjoy along with parking for one car and on a bus route. Stokeinteignhead village is closeby. Offering one bedroom, shower room and open plan kitchen / lounge /diner.

ACCOMMODATION
Door from COMMUNAL HALL into the:- STAIRS: stairs up to the flat in the:- OPEN PLAN LOUNGE / KITCHEN / DINER: comprising of wooden fronted units, oven, fridge freezer, extra day bed (can be made into a double bed), kettle, views to countryside and to the sea and door to:- BEDROOM: outlook over the balcony and door to: ENSUTIE SHOWER ROOM: corner shower, WC and wash hand basin.

OUTSIDE
1-acre landscaped grounds with sitting-out area and garden furniture (shared with other properties on site). Children's play area (shared with other properties on site).

SERVICES
Mains electric. Each rental unit has an individual sub meter and the landlord will calculate the charges as per the units used. No Water and drainage costs as it is included in the let. WiFi included. No cats or dogs. Other pets may be considered. Communal Laundry onsite with washing machine and tumble drier (costs approx £1.00 per machine). Council tax via: Torbay District Council, Town Hall, Castle Circus, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 3DR. Tel: 01803 201 201. E-mail: fss@torbay.gov.uk

SITUATION
Maidencombe is only 10 minutes away from the centre of Torquay, and Teignmouth with its lovely safe sandy beaches is approximately the same distance. Both towns offer a rich variety of daytime and evening entertainment, with many Restaurants offering some of the best cuisine in Torbay.

The hamlet of Maidencombe (mentioned in the Domesday Book, 1086) is on the most northerly reach of Torbay. Torbay is relatively densely populated and yet Maidencombe, still a part of Torbay, remains rural with a backdrop of farmland and facing North/East stretches down to the wonderfully rich Devon sandstone cliffs which overlook the sea and Lyme Bay. This red sandstone is responsible for the soil's red colour and sometimes cloying texture, but is a feature of the local farmland.

Maidencombe is also on the coastal path route enjoyed by many on holiday and is controlled by the local authorities as an area of preservation and managed by the Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust. Maidencombe has always been popular with residents of Torbay and this naturally attracts visitors who appreciate nature, views, walks and the country style of life, yet are within striking distance of a decent sized town.

Torquay is less than 4 miles away, which can be reached either on foot, via the coast path (recommended for walkers) by car or by bus, passing through St. Marychurch and Babbacombe on the way.

There are numerous pretty Devon villages in the surrounding area as well as stunning country and coastal walks. The rural splendour of Dartmoor with its walking, horse riding etc, is only a half hour car journey away.

DIRECTIONS
From Exeter: From M5 follow A38 then A380 to Torquay. After 2 miles turn left on to B3192 Teignmouth for approx. 3 miles. At bottom of hill turn right at traffic lights. At next set of lights take left filter over Shaldon Bridge. Follow coast road towards Torquay for approximately 2 miles to Maidencombe. Devon Palms can be found on the right hand side clearly signed.

From Plymouth: Take the A38 towards Exeter, After approx. 23 miles take the A383 towards Newton Abbot. From Newton Abbot follow the signs for the B3195 to Teignmouth via Kingsteignton. Cross under the A380 towards Teignmouth on the A381. Afterv3.4 miles take the sharp left hand turn towards Torquay on the A379. Cross the Causeway and follow the A379 for 2.9 miles to Maidencombe. Devon Palms is clearly marked on the right hand side.

LETTING
The property is available to let on a Winter Let for a maximum of just over 7 months only, furnished and available between 1st October 2021 and 31st May 2022. RENT: £650.00 pcm exclusive of some charges. Where the agreed let permits pets there will be an additional charge on top of the rent of £50.00. Deposit £750 Returnable at end of tenancy subject to any deductions (all deposits for a property let at Devon Palms are landlord held and administered in accordance with the Deposit Scheme and Dispute Service). References required, viewings strictly through the agents.

HOLDING DEPOSIT AND TENANT FEES
This is to reserve a property. The Holding Deposit (equivalent of one weeks rent) will be withheld if any relevant person (including any guarantor(s) withdraw from the tenancy, fail a Right-to Rent check, provide materially significant false information, or fail to sign their tenancy agreement (and / or Deed of Guarantee) within 15 calendar days (or other Deadline for Agreement as mutually agreed in writing). For full details of all permitted Tenant Fees payable when renting a property through Stags please refer to the Scale of Tenant Fees available on Stags website, office or on request. For further clarification before arranging a viewing please contact the lettings office dealing with the property.

TENANT PROTECTION
Stags is a member of the RICS Client Money Protection Scheme and also a member of The Property Redress Scheme. In addition, Stags is a member of ARLA Propertymark, RICS and Tenancy Deposit Scheme.
 

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