Introducing this well-maintained, 3-bedroom end of terrace house that epitomises modern, comfortable living. Situated in a sought-after location, this property boasts tasteful design, a spacious layout, and an array of attractive features that make it an ideal family home.
Beyond the charming exterior, this residence welcomes you into a warm and inviting living space. The ground floor encompasses a modern-equipped kitchen, added as an extension by the current owners approx 12 years ago, complete with a freestanding island for added functionality and convenience. The sleek design and quality fixtures and fittings create the perfect space for culinary enthusiasts.
Flowing from the kitchen you will find a separate dining room with a stylish log burner as a centrepiece to the room, creating a cosy atmosphere for intimate gatherings or family meals.
The living room is a true highlight of the property, and was also an added extension by the current owners approx 18 years ago, featuring pine flooring and dual sliding doors that lead out to the beautiful rear garden. Sunlight cascades through these doors, creating a bright and airy ambience that is sure to uplift your spirits. The generous proportions of the living space provide ample room for relaxation and entertainment.
In summary, this 3-bedroom terraced house presents a rare opportunity to own a home that combines contemporary living with classic charm. With its modern features, spacious design, and enviable location, this property is truly a gem in the market. We highly recommend scheduling a viewing to fully appreciate the possibilities it has to offer with scope to put your own stamp on it.
Council Tax Band: B
EPC Rating: TBC / Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Teignbridge District Council
Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas.
Heating: Gas central heating (Installed approx 3 years ago)
PLEASE NOTE: 3 Year Devon Rule Applies.
Prospective purchasers of former Council properties in one of the designated rural areas of Teignbridge must comply with Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985 in that they must have lived or worked in Devon, or a combination of the two, for three years immediately prior to purchase.
If there are two purchasers, only one person has to satisfy this requirement. The restriction is intended to suppress the price of the property thereby making the property affordable to local people.
Local people are defined as those who have lived or worked in Devon etc. as defined above.
Dining Room: 4.85m x 3.50m (15’11” x 11’6”)
Living Room: 4.93m x 3.19m (16’2” x 10’6”)
Kitchen: 4.86m x 3.82m (15’11” x 12’6”)
Bathroom: 1.78m x 1.72m (5’10” x 5’8”)
Bedroom One: 4.86m x 2.73m (15’11” x 8’11”)
Bedroom Two: 3.56m x 3.15m (11’8” x10’4”)
Bedroom Three: 2.60m x 2.38m (8’6” x 7’10”)
“We have been lucky to have such a fantastic family home, stepping through the door with our tiny children over 25 years ago, our home has grown with us. An ideal indoor space with a cosy wood burning fire, a sizeable flat rear garden for games of cricket, football or relaxing in the sun on the decking. As the children have grown older the advantages of 2 reception rooms and parking for 4 cars became apparent. It’s location is perfect for a stroll into town and we have great access to public transport with a bus stop at the end of the road.”
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