Stepping through the front door into the entrance porch, the period features of this property become immediately apparent. The porch, with tiled flooring, has hanging for coats and a half glazed stained window door takes you through to the entrance hallway. With stripped and varnished wooden flooring continuing apart from the kitchen and shower room, the hallway has deep skirting boards, high ceiling and dado rail with oak doors off to the rooms. The living room is a beautiful bright space stylishly decorated in keeping with a property of this period. An exposed store houses logs to fuel the log burner with surround and hearth and a large uPVC double glazed semi circular bay window gives elevated views and sea glimpse. The master bedroom on this level also has the same large bay window affording the same views as the living room. Both rooms are fitted with wall lights and deep skirting boards. The second reception is a versatile space with shelving and patio doors leading out to the garden. Currently used as a large office, it is versatile enough to be used as a bedroom or dining room. The family bathroom is equipped with a double shower cubicle with rainfall shower and additional attachment, pedestal wash hand basin with Bluetooth enabled touch screen mirror over, and low level dual flush WC. There are spotlights and a heated towel rail separately controlled to the central heating and sensor extractor with an obscure uPVC double glazed window to the rear. The kitchen, with terracotta tiled flooring and electric underfloor heating, is equipped with a range of duck egg base and wall units with work top and tiled splash backs. There is a 1 and half bowl stainless steel ceramic sink with mixer tap, wine cooler and the Worcester combination boiler is housed within a wall unit. There is an impressive gas range oven with extractor above, slimline dishwasher, plumbing and space for a washing machine and space for further appliances. This generous dual aspect room with uPVC windows to the side and rear provides plentiful space for dining room furniture. A uPVC double glazed door with fitted cat flap leads out to the rear garden. Through an archway from the hall, stairs ascend to the first floor where a large uPVC double glazed window fills the area with light and a further Velux window gives views of the sea and passing vessels from the bay. Two further bedrooms are located on the upper level. One has a Velux window with front elevated views and there is an en suite cloakroom with Velux window, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mirror and light above and heated towel rail. The other bedroom has uPVC double glazed window with elevated views overlooking the landscaped rear garden and a further Velux window gives lovely sea views. There is an en suite bathroom comprising double ended bath with shower attachment, low level dual flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There are spotlights, an extractor and Velux window. There is also a useful cupboard on the first floor with hanging and shelving and eaves storage is easily accessed from the bedrooms to provide further ample storage.
STEP OUTSIDE The front of the property provides driveway parking for two cars in addition to the garage with up and over door. The terraced front garden has an area laid to grass, well kept borders and a crazy paved area large enough for a table and chairs. This area provides a wonderful sunny space to sit with a morning coffee and enjoy the lovely sea views enjoyed from this beautiful spot. A pathway at the side gives access to the rear garden.
The rear garden which has been extensively landscaped has a pathway the width of the property with a courtesy door to the garage which has power and light. Steps lead to a raised area currently accommodating a greenhouse. Tiled steps to the side of the garden ascend to the beautifully manicured terraces with a Japanese theme with raised planting beds and a decking area with lovely sea views, white rendered walls and continuation of garden tiles providing pathways around the terraces. There is a good sized area laid to lawn which also enjoys sea views. The surrounding borders are very well maintained with a variety of grasses and a gate gives access out to The Mount at the rear which could provide additional parking.
As well as an outside tap, there is electric in the rear garden ready to accommodate an office/summerhouse etc.
MEASUREMENTS Living Room 12' 8" x 15' 9" (3.86m x 4.8m)
Bedroom 10' 9" x 15' 1" (3.28m x 4.6m)
Kitchen/Diner 12' 8" x 19' 7" (3.86m x 5.97m)
Bedroom 10' 9" x 11' 11" (3.28m x 3.64m)
Shower Room 6' 7" x 7' 10" (2m x 2.38m)
Bedroom 13' 7" x 8' 1" (4.15m x 2.46m)
Cloakroom 5' x 8' 1" (1.52m x 2.46m)
Bedroom 14' x 12' 10" (4.26m x 3.91m)
En Suite 6' 2" x 8' 6" (1.89m x 2.6m)
SELLER'S INSIGHT "I've lived here for 10 years and found it a peaceful and spacious place to be. We are now moving back to our home town for a first home together and will be sad to leave the house, garden, sea and the many birds that have come to our feeders over recent years. The house has been loved with the work put into it and we are sad we can't take it with us to Totnes."
Teignmouth is a popular seaside resort on a stretch of red sandstone along the South Devon Coast. The town has a comprehensive range of facilities including local independent shops, bars and restaurants, a small hospital, the Den with a Green Flag Awarded children's play park and both state & independent schools. Teignmouth has a mainline rail service with commuter trains running to London Paddington & Midlands daily. Access to the A380, A38 and M5 is within a few miles away with Torbay to the south and Exeter to the north.
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