- BAY FRONTED SEMI DETACHED
- SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- ENCLOSED SUN ROOM
- GARDEN WITH BAGS OF POTENTIAL
- SUBSTANTIAL FAMILY HOME
- STUNNING KITCHEN DINING ROOM
- WC, SHOWER ROOM & ENSUITE
- DRIVE, PARKING & GARAGE
- SOUGHT AFTER RESIDENTAL LOCATION
Presented in a great condition after being lovingly upgraded by the current owners, this semi detached house enjoys a traditional feel with a modern twist and the contemporary kitchen dining room really embraces modern family living. The accommodation is arranged over two floors with three double bedrooms (master ensuite), a modern shower room along with the aforementioned kitchen dining room with bay window. The lounge, with potential to add a wood burner in the fireplace, benefits from double doors opening out to the rear patio. The is also a sun room, WC and utility cupboard.
Externally, there is a pillared driveway with parking for three cars at the front with gated access to the rear and level lawn, which could be utilised as further parking. There is also a single detached garage with power and lighting. The rear garden comprises of a 'sunken' level patio area, a level lawn and further steps up to the remainder of the garden. The hard landscaping has been done by the original owners and comprises of three level areas. The garden is in need of some TLC but offers a wonderful opportunity for the next owner to really stamp their mark on it and create a garden to suit their needs and style. The garden faces the south to the front so enjoys a great deal of sunshine. Specimen plants and mature tree with a TPO.
Newton Abbot itself is a bustling market town with excellent transport links, both by rail and road, with a mainline train station to the capital. With easy access to Plymouth, Exeter, Torbay and the M5 network there is also an excellent array of local amenities, shops, busy high street, superstores and schooling. The Willows shopping centre is also a short drive and includes a M&S, Next and Sainsburys. Newton Abbot is also perfectly placed for the outdoor lovers with Dartmoor National Park and the beautiful South Devon coastline both within easy striking distance. Milber Wood is located at the top of Aller Brake and offers a convenient dog walking area.
Driveway parking and path leading up to the front of the house and obscure double glazed door to
Sun Room - 16'1" (4.9m) x 6'2" (1.88m)
Double glazed sliding doors to the front aspect, quarry tiled floor, power and light point. Obscure glazed door opening into the hall.
Stairs rising to the first floor with stunning feature stain glass window to the rear aspect. Useful understairs cupboard. Radiator and doors to
Kitchen Dining Room - 30'0" (9.14m) Into Bay x 10'5" (3.18m) Max
Maximum measurements used. Feature double glazed bay window to the front aspect and two double glazed windows to the side aspect. The dining area makes the most of the bay window with a timber breakfast bar opening into the kitchen. Recessed spot lights and two contemporary upright radiators. The kitchen comprises of a range of high gloss base and eye level units with polished concrete effect worktops and matching upstands. Inset induction hob with oven below, contemporary extractor canopy above and polished concrete effect splash back. Inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap above and drainer to one side. Integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. Useful utility cupboard with light. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler. Engineered oak flooring and obscure double glazed door to the rear garden and door to
Recessed spotlights and obscure double glazed window to the rear. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Contemporary wash hand basin with mixer tap above and concealed cistern WC and vanity mirror.
Living Room - 16'5" (5m) x 11'10" (3.61m)
Internal glazed window to the front aspect and into the sun room, double glazed double doors to the rear aspect opening out onto the patio. Chimney breast with timber mantle, hearth and gas point (potential for open fire, wood burner or gas fire). Radiator and television aerial point.
Picture rail and radiator and doors to
Bedroom One - 15'2" (4.62m) Into Bay x 10'4" (3.15m)
Wonderful double glazed bay window to the front aspect. Radiator and door to
Ensuite Shower Room
Recessed spotlighting and extractor fan. Hatch to loft space and obscure double glazed window to the side aspect. Contemporary vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap above, concealed cistern WC and tiled walk-in shower cubicle with mixer rain shower above. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Contemporary upright towel rail radiator.
Bedroom Two - 16'5" (5m) Into Recess x 14'5" (4.39m) Into Recess
Maximum measurements used. Part sloping ceiling to the front and double glazed window to the front aspect. Radiator.
Bedroom Three - 11'10" (3.61m) x 7'10" (2.39m)
Double glazed window to the rear aspect. Radiator.
Part sloped ceiling with recessed spotlights, extractor fan and velux window to the rear. Contemporary vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap above, concealed cistern WC and tiled walk-in shower cubicle with mixer rain shower above and hand held attachment. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Contemporary upright towel rail radiator.
To the front of the property and via pillared entrance there is a driveway providing parking for approximately three vehicles leading to the garage and gated access to the rear. The front garden is laid to level lawn.
The rear garden comprises of a `sunken` level concrete patio area with storage out building and outside light and water tap. There are steps leading up to a level lawn and further steps up to the remainder of the garden which is a generous size.
The hard landscaping has been done by the original owners and comprises of three level areas. The garden is in need of some TLC but offers a wonderful opportunity for the next owner to really stamp their mark on it and create a garden to suit their needs and style. The garden faces the south so enjoys a great deal of sunshine. Specimen plants and mature tree with a TPO.
With metal up and over door with light and power along with a courtesy window to the side aspect.
The video tour will appear on our YouTube channel and also on FaceBook from 2pm on Wednesday 25th November. It will then be available on our website and the relevant property portals afterwards.
Please note, that this is a basic tour and for your information only.
No offers will be accepted on the property without a `physical` property inspection, arranged and undertaken under the relevant government guidelines due to Covid-19.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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