Plot 2, The Oak, Pridham Place, Bideford
- For Sale
An exciting new development of 72 two, three & five bedroom homes now available at 'Pridham Place', Bideford, a thoughtfully planned development incorporating individually designed homes.
Plot 1 - Show Home via negotiation
Plot 2 - £229,995 RESERVED
Plot 3- £219,995
Plot 4- £219,995
Plot 5- £219,995
Plot 6- £219,995
Plot 7- £219,995 RESERVED
Plot 8- £219,995 RESERVED
Plot 9- £219,995
Plot 10- £219,995
Plot 11- £219,995
Plot 12- £219,995
Plot 13 - £219,995
Plot 14 - £219,995
Plot 63- £219,995 RESERVED
Plot 64- £219,995 RESERVED
Plot 65- £219,995 RESERVED
Plot 66- £219,995 RESERVED
Plot 67- £219,995
Plot 68- £219,995
HELP TO BUY scheme available.
The scheme is well situated and Bideford town centre is within easy reach. This ancient port and market town straddles the River Torridge and The Quay is still in regular use. The town centre has a pleasing blend of local shops and the historic Pannier Market. Mill Street is a pretty thoroughfare with boutique type shops and cafes. There are national supermarket chains on both sides of the river and within very easy access to the development is the retail outlet facility at Affinity Devon (formerly known as Atlantic Village) as well as supermarkets including Asda and Lidl.
Westward Ho!, known for its fine sandy beach and backed by the famous 'Pebble Ridge' is within easy reach. The fishing port and quaint village of Appledore, at the mouth of the River Torridge has a maze of narrow streets which are noted for their galleries, restaurants and inns. Across the river, is the pretty village of Instow which is home of the North Devon Yacht Club.
The main North Devon coastal route to Cornwall is the Atlantic Highway (A39). The regional centre for North Devon is Barnstaple and is located 9 miles away and from there the North Devon Link Road (A361) provides a fast route to the M5 motorway (Junction 27) where Tiverton Parkway railway station is also located (London Paddington approx. 2 hours).
North Devon has something for everyone. For golfers there is a variety of courses including the Royal North Devon Club at Westward Ho! reputedly the oldest club in the land playing on the original links course and across the bay are the two championship links courses at Saunton. Sailing and surfing is available on the coastal waters and within easy motoring distance are the two national moorland parks of Exmoor and Dartmoor.
The properties are located just off Stucley Road with a pedestrian and cycle access to Clovelly Road. Pridham Place is names after a past owner of the land, T. L. Pridham, a Doctor in the mid 1800's well known within the Bideford area for his kindness towards the less fortunate. A storied excample of his goodwill is that on Christmas Day in 1863 he invited 70 of the oldest and less fortunate inhabitants of the town of his residence and provided a delectable roast beek and plum pudding festive meal.
Pridham Place is just a short walk from the local shops, health centre and schools, which include Westcroft Infant School and Nursery, St Mary's C of E Primary, Kingsley School and Bideford College. It is also conveniently located for supermarkets and on a regular bus route.
Internally, these impressive properties have a bespoke kitchen with up stands to match the worktops. There is an electric hob with a stainless steel electric single oven below, extractor hood and a built-in fridge freezer. All properties offer well proportioned rooms and bathrooms/en-suites are finished in a contemporary style.
These modern homes provide low maintenance, energy efficient living, with double glazed windows and internal finishes that include contemporary panelled doors with polished chrome level handles and smooth finishes to the walls and ceilings.
At the rear of the property the gardens include a paved patio area. There is off road parking or allocated parking for all properties.
Please be advised that the properties are still under construction and are for sale off plan currently and if you would like to make a reservation on the site at this stage, you can have the choices of Kitchens (dependent on the stage of build).
All properties benefit from the LABC - 10 year warranty.
Kitchen/Diner with patio doors leading to paved area and rear garden, separate Lounge, Cloakroom. Three Bedrooms with en-suite to master and Bathroom.
KITCHEN/DINER: 6.60m x 3.30m (21'7" x 10'10") *
LOUNGE: 3.90m x 3.40m (12'9" x 11'1")
BEDROOM ONE: 4.20m x 3.40m (13'9" x 9'10") *, leading to EN-SUITE
BEDROOM TWO: 4.20m x 3.40m (13'9" x 9'10") *
BEDROOM THREE: 3.20m x 1.80m (9' x 6'10")
* maximum measurements
Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.,The Development Adams Court is the latest development by regional developer MJ Saltmarsh, comprising just 14 detached houses, finished to an exceptionally high standard.
The INSTOW is a detached house briefly comprising an entrance hall, cloakroom, utility, dual-aspect lounge/diner, dual-aspect kitchen, four bedrooms, family bathroom, en suite shower room, front and rear gardens, driveway, and garage.
Lounge/Diner - 3.40 x 7.95m / 11.1 x 26.0ft Kitchen - 4.10 x 2.95m / 13.4 x 9.6ft Utility - 1.90 x 1.70m / 6.2 x 5.5ft
Bedroom 1 - 3.75 x 3.45m / 12.3 x 11.3ft Bedroom 2 - 3.00 x 3.30m / 9.8 x 10.8ft Bedroom 3 - 2.90 x 2.75m / 9.5 x 9.0ft Bedroom 4 - 2.35 x 3.35m / 7.7 x 10.9ft
Garage - 2.80 x 5.50m / 9.1 x 18.0ft
Specification uPVC anthracite grey double glazing Gas fired central heating including high efficiency Ideal Logic combination boiler (35w) Multi-point security locking to windows and external doors Level threshold to front of all properties
Warranty 10 Year NHBC warranty
External Turfed rear garden with patio Closeboard timber fencing to rear and side boundaries Natural slate roofs Brick and Cedral cladding elevations (maintenance free) Security lighting External lighting PVC rainwater goods
Internal Dordogne smooth style doors with Newington satin levers and hinges Mains powered smoke detectors TV points to living room and bedrooms Telephone point to living room USB points to all habitable rooms
Kitchen / Utility Benchmarx Soho Dove matt grey kitchens (soft close and handleless) Integrated oven and gas hob with stainless steel chimney extractor hood Integrated fridge/freezer Integrated dishwasher Integrated washing machine
Bathroom / En suites Thirty6 sanitaryware in white Thermostatic shower Shower cubicle with mains shower (En suites) Luna Dust grey matt wall tiles Chrome towel rails
Help to Buy Adams Court is eligible for the Government-backed Help to Buy Scheme, available to both first time buyers and existing homeowners.
With a Help to Buy Equity Loan the Government lends you up to 20% of the cost of your newly built home, so you'll only need a 5% cash deposit (instead of the normal 10%).and a 75% mortgage* to make up the rest.
Please contact us for further information, including the eligibility criteria.
*Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Location Bideford is an attractive town located on the west bank of the River Torridge and is a short drive from some of North Devon's finest beaches and coastlands. Bideford has something to satisfy every taste, whether that is quirky restaurants, strolling the town lanes, or roaming the glorious coastline.
Conveniently located 10 miles outside of the large town of Barnstaple, Bideford enjoys a range of facilities including a variety of pubs and eateries, with reputable health clubs and outstanding schools. Bideford was once Britain's third largest port and takes its name from "By-the-ford". Known for its thriving shopping centre, the town is home to a historic pannier market which has everything from fresh produce to local arts and crafts. It also has some incredible antique shops which are scattered through the famous narrow back streets and alleyways leading to the tree lined Quay.
A ferry operates between Bideford Quay and Lundy Island, which lies approximately 22 miles (35 km) away in the Bristol Channel. Lundy has a population of 28 people and is undisturbed by cars. The Island encompasses a small village with an inn, Victorian church, and the 13th century Marisco Castle. There is also a disused lighthouse to discover which offers stunning views over the island.
There are variety of activities to participate in too, including bird watching, fishing, and diving. For cyclists and walkers, there is the traffic-free Tarka Trail, perfect for exploring the lovely local scenery. The track stretches over 32 miles from Braunton to Meeth along woodlands and the estuary.
Bideford's beautiful Victoria Park boasts a wonderful children's play area and free splash pool which is popular on sunny days. Scattered around Bideford are some charming villages such as Appledore, Instow, and Clovelly, offering many fascinations. If you love exploring nature, not too far away is the beautiful Exmoor National Park.