Guide Price £175,000 - Available


  • END TERRACE COTTAGE
  • LOUNGE WITH FIREPLACE
  • SHOWER ROOM
  • DETACHED GARDEN
  • POPULAR VILLAGE LOCATION
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • MODERN FITTED KITCHEN
  • PRIVATE PARKING
  • NO FORWARD CHAIN
  • BAGS OF CHARM

This period cottage is located at the end of a terrace and offers pleasant, characterfull accommodation over two floors with many of the period features retained and combined with a modern kitchen and shower room, double glazing and gas central heating. A stable door opens into a tiled lobby with stairs to the first floor and open into the lounge which benefits from a brick fireplace (not currently in use). At the back of the cottage there is a modern kitchen dining room. Both these areas have exposed beams and timbers. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both with built in wardrobes and a contemporary shower room.

A key attraction to the cottage is the detached garden and parking area which is located at the end of the terrace. The first area is laid to gravel and provides level parking (currently housing a caravan). There are two further areas, one laid to level raised grow beds/vegetable patch and a lower gravelled area, surrounded by fencing.

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, public houses and hair salon. There are also a number of local churches, village hall, a children`s 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.

Approach
Modern stable door opening into the lobby area.

Lounge - 17'5" (5.31m) Max x 12'8" (3.86m)
Tiled floor lobby area with stairs rising to the first floor with useful cupboard below. Period exposed ceiling timbers, double glazed window to the front aspect with window seat. Brick built fireplace with open hearth (currently not in use), gas point. Radiator, television and satellite aerial point. Opening to

Kitchen Dining Room - 17'3" (5.26m) Max x 7'10" (2.39m)
Exposed ceiling timbers. Double glazed window to side aspect. Range of modern base and eye level units with roll edge worktops and tiled surround. Inset stainless steel four ring gas hob with extractor canopy above and oven below. Composite Lamona sink unit with mixer tap above. Space and plumbing for washing machine and space for two under counter appliances. Radiator and tiled floor.

Landing
Hatch to loft space and doors to

Master Bedroom - 17'6" (5.33m) Including Wardrobes x 12'8" (3.86m) Max
Double glazed window to front aspect with window seat below. Useful built in storage cupboard and radiator. (Irregular shaped room with maximum measurements used.)

Bedroom Two - 11'4" (3.45m) x 8'1" (2.46m)
Double glazed window to side aspect. Built in wardrobe and radiator.

Shower Room
Velux window. Modern shower room suite comprising of low level flush wc, vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap above, walk in shower cubicle with tiled surround and mixer shower above. Tiling to walls and floor. Radiator

Outside
A key attraction to the cottage is the detached garden and parking area which is located at the end of the terrace. The first area is laid to gravel and provides level parking (currently housing a caravan). There are two further areas, one laid to level raised grow beds/vegetable patch and a lower gravelled area, surrounded by fencing.

Notice
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.

Floor Plan
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