- PERIOD TOWN COTTAGE
- LIVING ROOM WITH WOODBURNER
- ARRANGED OVER THREE FLOORS
- DETACHED PRIVATE GARDEN
- THREE BEDROOMS
- CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN
- STUNNING BATHROOM
- STONE OUTBUILDING
- NO FORWARD CHAIN
Ideally located to take advantage of the local amenities, this town cottage blends a lovely mix of traditional features with a modern, contemporary twist. The accommodation is arranged over three floors, with the ground floor playing host to the living room and the spacious kitchen breakfast room. The first floor comprises of the main bedroom and the stunning, contemporary bathroom with free standing oval bath. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, one with a sloping roof and velux window. Externally, there is a pretty courtyard and stone out building along with a detached garden which is laid to lawn and decking, and overlooks the river.
Buckfastleigh offers a good range of local amenities, school and shops and offers easy access to Newton Abbot, Totnes, Torquay, Plymouth and Exeter and in turn onto the M5 motorway network. A mainline train station is found in nearby Newton Abbot. The town is also perfectly placed for the outdoor lovers with Dartmoor National Park and the beautiful South Devon coastline both within easy striking distance.
From the pavement, a timber and glass door opens into
Living Room - 12'2" (3.71m) Max x 9'8" (2.95m) Max
Recessed spotlights and double glazed tilt window to the front aspect. Exposed stone chimney breast with open fireplace with slate hearth and tiled surround, currently incorporating a wood burning stove. (We understand that the fire is currently non operational and further investigation is required before attempting to light it is advised). Radiator and television and satellite aerial point. Door to
Stairs rising to the first floor and a useful understairs storage cupboard. Door to
Kitchen Breakfast Room - 12'6" (3.81m) Max x 8'9" (2.67m) Max
Recessed spotlights and double glazed window to the rear aspect, overlooking the courtyard. The kitchen comprises of a range of modern grey, high gloss base units with timber worktops. Inset composite sink unit with mixer tap above and drainer to one side. Inset circular bin caddy and inset three ring electric hob with contemporary circular canopy above and oven below. Space and plumbing for washing machine and space for upright fridge freezer. Gas fired, wall mounted gas boiler supplying the central heating system and providing domestic hot water. Radiator and door to the rear.
First Floor Landing
Stairs rising to the second floor and exposed timber doors to
Bedroom One - 12'5" (3.78m) Max x 9'10" (3m) Max
Recessed spotlights and period sash window to the front aspect. Previous open fire place, currently boarded up, radiator and television point.
Bathroom - 12'5" (3.78m) Max x 8'10" (2.69m) Max
A stunning modern and contemporary bathroom with recessed spotlights, and two double glazed windows to the rear aspect. Comprising of a low level flush WC, duo of vanity wash hand basins with mixer taps and illuminated mirrors above and storage below. Double walk in tiled shower cubicle with a mixer shower above. Free standing oval bath with free standing mixer taps and shower attachment. Radiator, heated towel rail and two extractor fans.
Second Floor Landing
Exposed timber doors to
Bedroom Two - 12'7" (3.84m) Max x 9'10" (3m) Max
Recessed spotlights and period sash window to the front aspect enjoying roof top views across the town and to the surrounding countryside. Previous open fire place, currently boarded up, radiator and television point.
Bedroom Three - 12'9" (3.89m) Max x 9'0" (2.74m) Into Eaves
Maximum measurements used, however the room does have a sloping roof so there is limited headroom. Velux window to the rear aspect and white washed exposed ceiling timbers and A frame. Radiator and television point.
To the rear of the property there is an attractive courtyard with access behind the neighbouring cottages and leading to the detached garden. Water tap and outside light. Across the courtyard there is a charming period stone and brick built out building with timber door and window to the rear aspect, an ideal garden store, hobby room or `summer house`.
Down the lane and across the river there is a detached private garden which is primarily laid to lawn with a deck overlooking the river and enjoys views across the neighbouring gardens and countryside beyond and behind, and is a real sun trap.
The video tour will appear on our YouTube channel from 2pm on Saturday 27th February. It will then be available on our website, the relevant property portals and Facebook 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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