• 161.9 sq. M | 1,743 sq. Ft
• 2 double bedrooms both with en suite
• Grade II listed building in historic former school
• Original historic features including grand ceilings, cornicing, and working flue
• Large private garden
Originally the Learning and it Resources Department of the former historic school, this now spacious ground- floor apartment includes a grand, spacious adjoining garden directly accessed from the majestic reception rooms. Surrounded by established trees and shrubbery, the property is secluded whilst being only a stone throw from Magdalen Road High Street. A private haven close to the heart of the city, with an abundance of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, creating an exclusive feel within an inclusive community.
Private entrance with original door.
Large entrance hall with engineered oak flooring.
Modern and fully furnished, open-plan kitchen boasting a large island worktop with ample space for cooking and entertaining, making the kitchen the real heart of this home. A double-cooker, 5-ring induction hob, fridge/freezer, wine cooler and polished chrome fittings and engineered oak flooring complete this luxurious kitchen. Double doors provide direct access into the garden.
Enjoy gatherings in the large dining area which is adjacent to the kitchen and living room in a modern open-plan style. Floor to ceiling windows provide additional access to the garden and patio for al fresco dining.
A feature fireplace, dramatic high ceilings, and engineered oak flooring throughout adds to the grandeur of this historic property. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow an abundance of natural light into Wynlaton House and double doors provide direct access into the garden.
Spacious bedroom with woollen carpets, and adjoining modern en suite including shower over bath, basin, toilet, and vanity unit.
Light and airy with ample room for storage and access to an en suite. Original wooden shutters and luxurious woollen carpets throughout.
Accessible from the kitchen, dining and living room the large lawned garden has many established trees and shrubbery for privacy and includes a sizable terrace for al fresco dining.
Beside the hallway you have a convenient WC for guests.
Enjoy the convenience of your own allocated off-street parking bay.
Ground-source heat pumps supply sustainable heating and hot water to the properties, whilst solar panels have been incorporated onto the roofs to preserve the character of the buildings and provide households with renewable energy.
A total of 12 electric car charging points are available at on a first come, first served basis, with capacity to add more if required.
High efficiency LED lighting throughout.
Close to the vibrant Magdalen Village, St Leonard's is one of the most sought-after areas of the cathedral city of Exeter, with good access to the city centre and quayside.
A short walk from an array of independent shops including a butcher, bakery, fishmonger and greengrocer, the area also offers a wealth of restaurants, bars, and artisan coffee shops. Nearby, Waitrose is the local supermarket serving the area.
Several private and public health services are nearby, including dental practices and medical specialists, while the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital is less than 5 minutes away. St Margaret's is situated just off the main thoroughfare in and out of Exeter, meaning the M5 is easily accessible for residents.
The prestigious Exeter School is a two-minute walk away and offers academic, cultural, sporting, and wide extra-curricular provision for children between the ages of seven and 18. St Peter's CoE Aided School (rated Excellent) is a short distance from St Margaret's for secondary school pupils and serves the local area. Meanwhile, several independent nurseries pre-schools welcome new, younger children.
Exeter St Thomas Station 1.2 miles, Exeter Central Station 1.7 miles, Exeter St David's Station 1.9 miles, Exeter International Airport 5.1 miles, Exmouth Town 11.1 miles, Sidmouth Beach 15.3 miles, Teignmouth Beach 15.5 miles(All distances quoted are approximate)