Guide Price £160,000 - Available
Arranged over three floors and boasting three bedrooms and spacious, versatile accommodation, this cottage would make an ideal holiday home, holiday let, buy to let or purely as a wonderful domestic residence. On the ground floor, the accommodation comprises a spacious lounge with study area and a shower room and on the first floor there are three bedrooms, two doubles and a single. On the lower ground floor there is a spacious open plan style kitchen dining room with a wood burner and rear door to a small area of open courtyard, ideal for potted plants, drying laundry or housing a bistro set.
The village of Kingskerswell lays betwixt Newton Abbot and Torquay and enjoys excellent commuter and transport links via rail and road, with a mainline train station at Newton Abbot a short distance away. The village enjoys a good range of local amenities including a shop, doctors surgery, post office, public house and hair salon. There are also a number of local churches, village hall, a kids play area and library. The Willows shopping centre is a short drive away with a large selection of outlets including Sainsburys and M&S, Next and Boots. For the outdoor lovers, the south Devon coastline with its picturesque beaches and Dartmoor National Park are both within easy striking distance.
Double glazed front door opening to
Period timber and glass door leading to
Reception Room - 11'4" (3.45m) Max x 22'1" (6.73m) Max
Irregular shape with maximum measurements used. Double glazed window to the front aspect, with feature curved divide and deep window sill. Recessed area, ideal for a desk/office/study area opening into the lounge with double glazed window to the rear aspect. Radiator, gas point and television and telephone aerial point. Period timber and glass door to the inner hall and further door to a hall with stairs rising up to the first floor.
Stairs leading down to the lower ground floor and door to
Obscure glazed high level window to the front. Extractor fan and tiled walls with built in shower unit with electric shower above and tiled walls with `low mobility shower screen`, pedestal wash hand basin and chrome effect heated towel rail.
Lower Ground Floor
Open Plan Style Kitchen and Dining Room - 19'8" (5.99m) Max x 17'9" (5.41m) Into Recess
Irregular shape with maximum measurements used. Obscure double glazed door to the rear and double glazed window to the rear aspect.
The kitchen area comprises of a range of matching base and eye level units with roll edge work tops and tiled surround. Inset stainless steel sink unit and four ring gas hob. Space and plumbing for washing machine, space for further under counter appliance and extractor fan.
The dining area boasts a painted stone chimney breast with timber mantle and tiled hearth incorporating a wood burning stove. Two radiators, television and telephone aerial point. Understairs cupboard and door to a useful store room with glazed window to the rear aspect.
From the ground floor, stairs up to a half landing
Door to WC. Low level flush WC, corner wash hand basin with tiled surround and ladder style towel rail.
Stairs to the First Floor Landing
Hatch to the loft space with light. Doors to
Master Bedroom - 13'0" (3.96m) Plus Recess x 11'3" (3.43m) Max
Irregular shape with maximum measurements used. Double glazed window to the rear aspect. Boiler cupboard housing a gas fired boiler. Radiator.
Bedroom Two - 11'7" (3.53m) x 8'7" (2.62m)
Double glazed window to the front aspect, picture rail and radiator.
Bedroom Three - 8'7" (2.62m) x 5'9" (1.75m)
Double glazed window to the front aspect. Immersion hot water tank.
At the rear of the property there is a very small area of outdoor space, ideal for potted plants, drying laundry or for a Bistro set.
Due to the age of the property, the floor plan is for illustration purposes only.
We have been infirmed by the vendor that there are a number of areas of flying freehold to the property.
There is No parking with the property, however parking is available in the Kingskerswell car park (by the Co-op) on a first come basis.
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.
- CHARMING TOWN COTTAGE
- KITCHEN DINING ROOM WITH WOOD BURNER
- SHOWER ROOM
- LOTS OF CHARACTER
- EXCELLENT TRANSPORT LINKS
- LOUNGE AND STUDY
- THREE BEDROOMS
- SEPARTE WC
- IDEAL LOCATION FOR THE LOCAL AMENTIES
- OVER THREE FLOORS
Nearest train stations (distances are in a straight line)
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