Keller Williams UK
2 bed Apartment For Sale

Flat 4, The Music House, Richmond Grove, Exeter


Property Description

  • Sophisticated Open Plan Living
  • Two Generous Double Bedrooms
  • Gourmet Kitchen with Quartz Worktops
  • Luxury Underheated Flooring
  • Gorgeous Bathroom & En Suite
  • AEG Appliances & 3 in 1 Boiling Water Tap
  • Powder Coated Anthracite Double-Glazing
  • High Ceilings
  • Allocated Parking & EV Charging Points
  • Award Winning KHP Group Development with 10 Year Warranty

**Welcome to Flat 4, The Music House at Richmond Grove – A Showcase of Style and Elegance**

Located in the distinguished Richmond Grove development in the heart of Exeter, Flat 4, The Music House is a sanctuary of luxury, perfectly suited for discerning professionals or retirees. This two-bedroom, first-floor flat offers easy access via a lift, blending convenience with modern living.

Upon entering, you’re welcomed into a spacious, elegantly designed hallway, complete with extensive storage solutions, including a utility cupboard equipped with a washer/dryer.

At the centre of this home is the stunning open-plan lounge, kitchen, and dining room, meticulously designed to cater to both vibrant social gatherings and peaceful relaxation. The kitchen is a culinary delight, boasting an L-shaped configuration and a central island topped with exquisite quartz worktops. It’s fully fitted with premium AEG appliances, such as an induction hob, extractor hood, and oven, alongside an integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Strategic under-unit and low-level lighting, along with brushed stainless steel sockets, infuse the space with a contemporary flair. A useful utility cupboard houses a Worcester boiler serving the heating and hot water. Two large sash windows provide a pleasant outlook to the rear of the property.

Luxury vinyl tile oak-effect flooring with underfloor heating extends from the hallway into the living/kitchen/dining room, providing a warm, comfortable environment underfoot. An intercom system enhances security, ensuring peace of mind.

The principal bedroom is a generously sized retreat featuring a sash window with an anthracite powder-coated, double-glazed finish that overlooks the green, which was previously the Bramdean school rugby grounds. The room includes a luxurious ensuite shower room with a glass surround, a rainforest shower head, a handheld unit, and elegant Roca sanitary ware, all set against tastefully tiled large tiles with underfloor heating.

The second bedroom is equally impressive. It offers pleasant views to the front aspect through its own sash window and includes a spacious double wardrobe that adds to the room's functionality and appeal.

The additional bathroom mirrors the elegance of the en suite, equipped with a large bath featuring a black thermostatic shower, a minimalist WC with courtesy lighting, and a vanity unit that provides plenty of storage, complemented by a heated towel rail and underfloor heating.

For your convenience there is a lift serving the first and second floor of The Music House. This exceptional flat includes allocated parking and charging points, ideal for electric vehicle owners. The property comes with a new 999-year lease. The council tax band is pending.

Flat 4, The Music House isn’t just a place to live; it’s a lifestyle choice for those who aspire to combine modern luxury with the timeless elegance of urban living. Every detail has been thoughtfully considered to ensure comfort and style, making it a prime example of sophisticated living in Exeter.


Exeter Living: Convenience, Refinement, Exemplary Eateries & Entertainment

Exeter is a historic city boasting a rich tapestry of culture and modern conveniences, making it an exceptional place to live. This vibrant city offers residents a unique blend of the ancient and the contemporary encapsulated within its stunning landscape.

One of the city's most remarkable features is its deep-rooted history, visible in its well-preserved architecture and landmarks. The Exeter Cathedral, a magnificent example of Gothic architecture, is a testament to the city's medieval past. The historic quayside, with its antique shops and cafes, offers a picturesque setting for leisurely walks along the River Exe.

Exeter is particularly appealing to golf enthusiasts. The Exeter Golf and Country Club is a prime example, offering a challenging 18-hole course set against the backdrop of the beautiful Devon countryside.

The city's location offers unparalleled access to yachting and sailing adventures from the Exe Estuary, leading out to the stunning South Devon coast. Here, the marinas are bustling with activity, offering yacht charters and sailing clubs catering to all experience levels.

The city's commitment to sustainability and outdoor living also enriches its appeal to those who prefer an active lifestyle. Cycling and walking in the scenic Exe Valley or along the historic Exeter Ship Canal offer leisurely yet upscale pastimes.

The serene beaches of the South Devon coast offer a perfect balance between urban living and nature's tranquillity. For the more adventurous, nearby Dartmoor National Park offers horse riding, fly fishing, and exclusive guided experiences in the great outdoors.

The city's shopping experience caters to the discerning shopper, with boutique shops and designer stores offering luxury goods and fashion. The vibrant Christmas market and seasonal events add to the city's charm, providing exclusive shopping and socialising opportunities.

The city is also celebrated for its green spaces and commitment to sustainability. Exeter aims to become carbon neutral by 2030, promoting green initiatives that enhance the quality of life for its residents. From the lush Exeter Valley Parks to the serene Riverside Valley Park, the city offers abundant outdoor activities, including cycling, walking, and water sports, contributing to a healthy and active lifestyle.

Lastly, Exeter's thriving cultural scene, marked by festivals, theatres, museums, and art galleries, ensures a rich social life and community spirit. The city's culinary landscape is equally impressive, from traditional pubs to Michelin-starred restaurants and a variety of high-end dining options that showcase the best of local and international cuisine.

In conclusion, living in Exeter offers an unparalleled quality of life. The seamless integration of historical heritage with educational excellence, sustainable living, and cultural richness creates a unique and supportive environment. This blend positions Exeter as a city that both honours its past and embraces the future, a harmonious balance between tradition and modernity.


Trains, Planes and Automobiles: The destinations you want with the convenience you need

Exeter is a nexus of transportation, boasting superb road, rail, and air connections that seamlessly link it to the South West, the rest of the UK, and international destinations.

**By Road:** Nestled just a stone's throw from the primary artery connecting Exeter City Centre to the M5, Richmond Grove offers unparalleled access to major cities such as Bristol, Birmingham, and Cardiff, along with direct routes to London via the M4. For a more picturesque journey to London and the South East, the A30/A303 provides a scenic alternative, enveloping travellers in the stunning landscapes of the English countryside.

**By Bus:** Richmond Grove's prime location ensures effortless access to an array of central bus stops, enhancing the ease of urban navigation. The nearest bus stop is a mere stroll away, less than a minute's walk, linking residents to Exeter's extensive network of bus services that span the city and beyond.

**By Rail:** Exeter serves as a hub for rail travel with two mainline stations, Exeter Central and Exeter St David's, facilitating direct and regular services to numerous UK destinations. These include swift connections to London, which can be reached in just over two hours, offering a convenient option for commuters and travellers alike. Additionally, regional lines are well-served by local stations, ensuring that the beauty and charm of the South West are easily within reach.

**By Air:** Exeter International Airport, situated a brief drive from the city centre, opens the door to a wide array of destinations both within the UK and internationally. With a diverse selection of flights, the airport provides an essential gateway for global travel, business trips, or holiday escapes, making it a vital asset for residents and visitors of Exeter alike.

Leasehold Information

Number of years remaining on the lease: 999 years

Council tax band: Not Required

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