- SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE
- LOUNGE & WOOD BURNER
- MODERN BATHROOM
- AMPLE PRIVATE PARKING
- POTENTIAL TO EXTEND (STPP)
- SUPERB KITCHEN
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- SINGLE GARAGE
- SOUTH FACING GARDEN
- VILLAGE LOCATION
Located in the sought after village of Abbotskerswell, benefiting from a primary school, village store, public house, village hall, church and bistro this property is ideally situated to make the most of village life. Comprising of an open plan fitted kitchen diner, there is a separate lounge with wood burner and double doors opening out onto the south facing garden, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Externally the property benefits from off road parking for numerous vehicles, ideal for a caravan, boat or motor home. There is also an integral single garage. The rear garden has been landscaped by the present owner and comprises of a level gravelled patio area, ideal for alfresco dining leading onto a spacious lawn and further raised area with timber shed. The garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is a real sun trap. The garden is ideal for the budding gardener, family living or for someone looking for a `slice of the good life.` Additionally, the property had planning permission to extend to the rear and side to create two further bedrooms and extra living accommodation and /or annex however this expired circa 2013 (10/02465/FUL).
Abbotskerswell is betwixt the market town of Newton Abbot and the Elizabethan town of Totnes. There are excellent transport links to the A38, A380 and M5 network and access to the capital via Newton Abbot`s mainline train station. For the outdoor lovers, the open spaces of Dartmoor National Park are a short drive away as too are the delightful beaches and coves of the South Devon coastline.
The property is approached via a private driveway with double glazed front door leading to;
Kitchen diner - 17'0" (5.18m) x 13'10" (4.22m)
A superb room which has been recently re-fitted. Recessed spotlights. Double glazed window to front aspect, further double glazed transom window to rear aspect and internal double glazed window to the garage. Contemporary high gloss white matching base and eye level units with squared work tops and matching up stands. One and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap over and drainer to one side. Inset induction hob with stainless steel canopy and splash back above and three deep pan drawers below. Built in eye level double oven. Intergrated fridge freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Concealed boiler supplying central heating system and domestic hot water. Radiator and plinth heater. Wood effect laminate flooring. Double glazed door to the garage. Open tread staircase to half landing.
Double glazed door leading to the garden, borrowed light to the lounge. Open tread stairs rising to the first floor. Door to;
Lounge - 16'8" (5.08m) Max x 13'2" (4.01m)
Double glazed double doors opening out to rear garden. Double glazed window to side aspect. Fireplace with wood burner and polished marble hearth and surround with timber mantel over. Two radiators.
Hatch to loft space, built in storage cupboard, radiator and doors to;
Bedroom One - 13'3" (4.04m) x 9'10" (3m)
Double glazed tilt and turn window to front aspect enjoying far reaching views across the village and surrounding countryside. Radiator. Exposed floor boards.
Bedroom Two - 13'10" (4.22m) Max x 10'6" (3.2m) Including Wardrobes
Dual aspect room with double glazed window to front and rear aspect. Range of high gloss mocha built in wardrobes and drawers. Radiator. Exposed floor boards.
Extractor light. Obscure double glazed window to front and further glazed window. Modern white bath suite comprising corner bath with mixer tap and electric shower over. Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over. Low level WC with dual flush. Mirror fronted vanity unit. Tiling to walls and chrome effect heated towel rail.
The front garden is mainly laid to level gravel offering plenty of parking for cars, boat, caravan etc along with driveway to garage. Integral garage (4.34m x 3.02m (9`11" x 14`3")) with electrically operated up and over door with light. Power and lighting and under house access hatch, double glazed door to kitchen.
The rear garden has been lovingly landscaped and includes an area of level gravel with water tap and outside lighting (ideal for alfresco dining). There is a generous area of lawn leading to a raised gravel area at the far end with timber shed. Gated access to the front via the side. The garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is ideal for the budding gardener, family living or for someone looking for a `slice of the good life.`
Additionally, the property had planning permission to extend to the rear and side to create two further bedrooms and extra living accommodation and /or annex however this expired circa 2013 (REF: 10/02465/FUL).
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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