Cathedral View - Exclusive, on Cathedral Green
An impressive city apartment finished to an exceptional standard situated in the heart of the city with unrivalled views of the city out towards the countryside and down to the coast. In a unique position overlooking the historic Cathedral and bustling high street in the hea...
Situated on the 3rd floor (with lift access directly to the apartment) of this exclusive development, is the jewel in Cathedral View’s crown. This one double bedroom apartment has a private entrance hall and reception area. Original features, such as the exposed timber frame and original windows, add to the historic feel. There is a generous open plan living and kitchen area and an impressive double height ceiling. The sleek and stylish kitchen is finished in French grey panelling and has integrated appliances such as Induction Hob, Dual Cookers with Microwave, Dishwasher and Washing Machine. The addition of a breakfast bar creates an inviting atmosphere and provides additional workspace.
The bedroom is fitted with luxury fitted carpets, fitted wardrobes and a smart television. Adjacent to the bedroom is a beautifully designed shower room with marble tiles and premium ceramics.
Opulent, exclusive and elegant, from the moment you enter you will be struck by the high quality interiors. Classic design meets with contemporary living in these sumptuous residences. The original stained glass in the stairway, double height ceilings and period features provide a window into the past. Once inside your apartment there is every modern luxury. The free-flowing reception rooms make the most of the stunning views. Sleek kitchens with integrated appliances, quartz worktops and feature lights are a great space for entertaining.
Bedrooms feature luxe carpets, bespoke joinery wardrobes and integrated media access points. Creating a tranquil ambience, the shower room has floor to ceiling ceramic tiles, underfloor heating and fitted mirrors with de-mist technology. Oak hand-finished internal doors with contemporary ironmongery divide the spaces, with satinwood skirtings, architraves and window boards. Apartments also benefit from contemporary LED downlighting, secondary glazing and smart home technology.
Premium French grey fitted kitchen with chrome handles in all apartments
Marble quartz worktops and upstands add to the contemporary feel
Breakfast bar complete with marble quartz worktops
Cook something new with the AEG double oven and induction hob with integral extractor
Integrated fridge/freezer behind French grey door panels
Integrated dishwasher allows for ease of use
Washer/dryer fitted as standard behind French grey door panels
Set the scene with twin LED dimmer lights
Pendant lighting adds a warm tone above the breakfast bar
Enhanced sleek appearance with satin chrome electrical accessories and grid switch controls
Solid oak parquet flooring throughout
Marble hexagon floor tiles and brick effect wall tiles add a splash of luxury
High quality sanitaryware fittings
Duravit mirror with halo light and demister pad
LED downlights and LED recessed feature lights add to the calming tone
All bathrooms have a rainfall shower head and semi frameless shower screen, adding to the spa-like experience
Lower profile shower tray
Bespoke fitted wardrobes with soft close drawers
Luxury fitted carpets
High level integrated TV point, perfect for tech fans
Additional light switches by the bedside for added convenience
The apartment has a video door entry for enhanced security
Use of a lift to your apartment
Solid oak parquet flooring throughout
White, four panel doors with brassware
White Dove paint colour by Benjamin Moore adds a soft finish
Satinwood skirting and window boards
Satin chrome electrical accessories enhance the stylish feel
HEATING AND INSULATION
Smart heating controls in all apartments
Flat panel radiators enhance the contemporary feel of each apartment
Gas fired central heating and excellent insulation levels throughout keep you warm through the winter
Dual chandeliers in entrance lobby
Inspiring artwork and mirrors make a statement
• No use of the Spa (if applicable) after 10pm.
• No music to be played outside at any time
• Please keep noise, inside the property to a minimum after 10pm.
• Please remove your shoes before entering the propert.y
• No smoking in the property.
• The number of occupants is not to exceed the occupancy level set for this property as this will void the Owners house policy insurances.
The apartment is for exclusive use for the guests. The main entrance hall on the ground level and the lift system is for communal use.
A keycode will be provided for the keysafe on the day of the guests arrival.
Cathedral View is professionally managed by Fresh Escapes. A Devon based privately owned Vacation Rental and Management company who are here to ensure your stay runs as smoothly as possible.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE
You can park your car directly outside the front of the apartment to drop off luggage and there is a lift to the apartment. However, there are just a couple of steps in the hallway before accessing the lift.
Exeter Central Station 0.5 miles
Exeter St Davids Station 0.9 miles
Exeter International Airport 10.9 miles
Exmouth Town 12.0 miles
Teignmouth Beach 15.6 miles
Cathedral View is a development of just seven luxury apartments in a Grade II listed building dating back over 200 years.
The Cathedral and its picturesque Green are the jewel in Exeter's architectural crown. A popular location all year round with the Christmas Market an annual highlight.
The nearby cobbled streets are brimming with eateries, cafes and shops. England's oldest pub and hotel are a stone's throw away. For a modern dining experience, head to the city's new restaurant quarter for a cocktail at a rooftop bar or take your pick from a range of cuisines - Scandinavian, Middle Eastern or gourmet burgers.
The City also shines in the education arena with both Exeter University and Exeter College gaining national recognition as standout educational providers.
Exeter is one of the regions favourite places for shopping and Princesshay offers an abundance of high-street brands, with smaller independents nestled on the cobbled walkway of Gandy Street, located in the Castle quarter of the city.
Cathedral View, originally home to Wippell ecclesiastical suppliers in the 1880’s, is a Grade II listed building with impressive original Gothic Revival features. Exeter Cathedral is one of the oldest and arguably one of the most beautiful in England, dating back to the early 12th century. The Norman Cathedral, which was replaced from 1270 - 1340, forms the base for the beautiful Gothic building we see today, with its famous west front and elegant nave. The city itself dates back more than 2,000 years and once served as a centre of trade for the Roman Empire. The old city walls can still be found in nearby Southernhay, forming part of the City Wall Trail, one of many historical walks around Exeter. The city also shines in the education arena with both Exeter University and Exeter College gaining national recognition as stand out educational providers.
A dedicated restaurant quarter on Queen Street has brought new restaurants to the city, with rooftop bars, DJs and live music, making this a firm favourite for foodies. Exeter is also one of the region’s favourite places for shopping. Princesshay offers an array of high-street brands, with smaller independents in the Castle Quarter of the city, Gandy Street and Fore Street.
Exeter is a perfectly positioned city - it is easy to see why the Sunday Times voted it one of the best places to live in the UK. Two national parks, Dartmoor and Exmoor, are within easy reach, as well as stunning coastlines and rolling countryside. An abundance of culture awaits in Exeter. Art-house films are shown at the Picture House and Exeter Phoenix provides a full and varied calendar of events. Exeter also boasts various art galleries and a nationally acclaimed museum, Royal Albert Memorial Museum. Hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2015 put the city firmly on the map for sporting excellence. Exeter’s rugby team, the Exeter Chiefs, triumphed in the Premiership and continue to strive for excellence.
- Wireless Internet
- Air conditioning
- Indoor fireplace
- Suitable for events
- Smoke detector
- Carbon monoxide detector
A small city that packs a big punch, Exeter is one of the most vibrant, attractive and historically interesting cities in Devon. And what gifts it has: surrounded by beaches, hills, wilderness, astonishing food producers and old country pubs; a cityscape of medieval gothic and Georgian townhouses and never far from stunning views across the estuary to the horizon hills. The old canal basin is a delight of converted warehouses, shops and eateries.
Pre-dating the arrival of the Romans in AD 50, Exeter’s history is varied, which is reflected in a plethora of attractions and things to do. Try the unique Underground Passages, free Red Coat Guided Tours, imposing Roman wall and beautiful Quayside and award-winning Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
Exeter is a very walkable city. You can also rent a bike (or a paddleboard!) with Saddles & Paddles. Exeter has lots of cycle trails and walking routes to choose from, taking you beyond the city boundaries through beautiful valley parks and picturesque towns and villages.
Exeter is so close to the beach, you can easily leave your car at home and travel by train down to Topsham, Exmouth or Dawlish. Sit back and enjoy views of rolling countryside and dramatic coastline on one of a number of scenic journeys from Exeter, including the Avocet Line to Exmouth in East Devon, the Tarka Line to North Devon and the Riviera Line to South Devon passing over the famous Dawlish sea wall.
There is a good, reliable bus service, with buses running within the city and outside of the city. Travel Devon is a great place to start planning a day out from Exeter by bus. A handy interactive map allows you to view timetables and routes. Buses run from Exeter to numerous locations across Devon, including a number of popular attractions. These include Crealy Adventure Park, Exeter Racecourse, and the World of Country Life.
The Old Firehouse
Blink and you'll miss this teeny-tiny, up-and-down, atmospheric pub, steps from Exeter high street and once a fire brigade base in the 1800s. The Old Firehouse has bags of atmosphere and a selection of local ales.
Exeter Cathedral – don't miss the minstrels’ gallery, the organ and the astronomical clock, and be sure to look up to see the beautiful stained glass windows and the longest stretch of unbroken Gothic vaulting in the world.
Georgie and Flo
Georgie & Flo on Castle Street – an independent gift and homeware shop born from two friends’ love for all things ethical and handmade.