- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Original Features including Fireplaces
- Level Plot
- CHAIN FREE
- Double Glazed
- Modern Fitted Kitchen and Bathroom
- Private Parking
Much updated by its current owners yet carefully blending the homely modern living space with many of the 1930`s original features including fireplaces, floor tiles, doors and even some of the stain glass has been retained as a feature.. This superb home located at the head of a cul-de-sac provides 4 bedrooms, level gardens with parking and sea views.
On the ground floor are two good size living rooms, spacious hallway, modern fitted kitchen with a utility area and entrance lobby with cloakroom. On the first floor are three bedrooms (Two being doubles) also some sea views and modern bathroom complete with a with `his n hers` hand basin. On the second floor is a great loft bedroom with lots of storage, velux window with great sea views across to Brixham/Berryhead.
There is off road parking for three vehicles. Side access to a southerly facing garden which is enclosed to one side by a Devon stone wall and has been cleverly designed to provide a great outdoor space complete with BBQ area and a cabin/workshop.
This property is being offered CHAIN FREE.
Approached off Monastery Road or via pedestrian walkway from Berry Drive you arrive into the parking spaces which are technically located at `the rear` of the house the lobby tends to be used as the front door which leads into the kitchen then through to the reception hallway.
With original black and white tiled flooring. uPVC double glazed double doors open into the
RECEPTION HALLWAY - 13'2" (4.01m) x 8'2" (2.49m) Into Recess
Lovely light welcoming hallway with stairs to the first floor with original spindles and balustrade. Under stairs cupboard plus storage recess. uPVC double glazed window to the side. Radiator. Original stripped wood doors leading to the following rooms.
SITTING ROOM - 14'7" (4.45m) Into Bay x 12'7" (3.84m) Into Recess
Bay fronted overlooking the southerly facing garden. Original fireplace with oak surround and mantle with glazed tiled backing and hearth, (has been used as an open fire but checks would be recommended). Picture rail. Storage recesses on either side. TV point. Radiator. A square feature opening looking through to the dining room.
DINING ROOM - 13'2" (4.01m) x 11'3" (3.43m)
Original fireplace with oak surround and mantle with with cast iron and tiled inset with partial tiled hearth. Picture rail. We understand from our clients that the original floorboards are beneath the carpet. Recesses on either side of fireplace. Radiator. Door from hallway plus square arch into the kitchen.
KITCHEN - 9'0" (2.74m) x 8'2" (2.49m)
Completely updated and remodelled about 3 years ago. The kitchen is arranged to three sides with a range of matching high gloss white wall and base units. The base units are set beneath a square edge work surface with matching splash back and comprise of drawer and cupboard space with a kick board heater. There is a built in electric oven and ceramic touch control hob over with and glass splashback set beneath an stainless steel and glass extractor hood. Inset double bowled stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Socket with built in USB points. Wall mounted cupboards with under lighting. Space for microwave and built in wine rack. Window to side. Contemporary heated towel ladder. Original door into the hallway. Multi pane door to
LOBBY/UTILITY - 8'6" (2.59m) x 7'3" (2.21m)
Tiled flooring. uPVC double glazed window to the side and door to the parking/front. Radiator. Utility recess with plumbing and electrics for washing machine with work surface over. Also wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler.
SEPERATE WC with low level WC.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Window on stairwell. Radiator. Stairs leading to the second floor. All the doors into the following rooms are the original doors.
BEDROOM 1 - 13'0" (3.96m) x 11'1" (3.38m)
Enjoying a pleasant outlook over the surrounding area towards Paignton Town. Attractive feature fireplace with hearth and mantle with built in cupboards in the recesses on either side. Radiator. Picture Rail.
BEDROOM 2 - 11'9" (3.58m) x 11'1" (3.38m) Into Recess
Lovely room with extensive views across Paignton to Roundham and around the coast to Brixham and Berryhead and out to sea. Another lovely fireplace with cast iron grate with wood mantle and tiled hearth. Recesses on either of fireplace. Picture rail. TV aerial point. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3 - 8'8" (2.64m) x 8'1" (2.46m)
Again fabulous views across Paignton to Roundham and around the coast to Brixham and Berryhead. Radiator.
BATHROOM - 8'6" (2.59m) x 8'0" (2.44m)
Recently re fitted with a modern white suite which comprises of a panelled bath with shower mixer taps, His N` Hers double sink set in vanity unit and low level WC. Tiled walls. Contemporary towel ladder. Two obscure glazed windows.
ATTIC BEDROOM - 19'0" (5.79m) x 11'0" (3.35m)
Accessed from the landing via a staircase which opens into this lovely space. Large Velux window enjoying super views across Paignton, Roundham and across the bay to Brixham & Berryhead. Radiator. There is a window to the side elevation. On both sides of the room are eaves storage areas.
Leading off Monastery Road is off road parking for three vehicles with raised flower border. To one side the Devon walls runs down the side of the property, where there is side access and leads around into the main garden. Electric power point.
The garden is Southerly facing and does have some `sea glimpses`. The current owners have built a covered BBQ area which has a lovely feature of stain glass windows, the stain glass was originally used in the front door of the house which was replaced. There is also a large sitting out/patio area. Pathways on either side of the garden with lawn and planted borders on either side leading to the wooden Cabin. The Cabin has been insulated so would be idea as a hobbies room or home office.
It is easier to access the property by foot from Berry Drive. Driving from Colley End Road turn into Berry Road then into Berry Drive. Go past the Old Monastery (St Marys Court) follow the road until you see a walkway on your left hand side. Walk through the walkway and the property is immediately on your right.
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