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This charming bungalow is in a Cul de sac location, giving good access to the town centre. Known as the "Gateway to the Moors", Bovey Tracey offers a comprehensive range of shops and amenities including a health centre, library, primary school, inns and churches. The town also benefits from good sporting facilities, including a swimming pool and a sports field/ tennis courts. The A38 dual carriageway, linking Exeter and Plymouth to the M5 motorway is within two miles of the town and there are mainline railway stations at Newton Abbot and Exeter. The open spaces of Dartmoor lie just to the west of the town and the South Devon beaches are mostly within 30 mins driving distance.
There is a porch on entry of the property, leading to a hallway that flows through the property. An airing cupboard housing the water tank is located in the hall as well as loft access. The lounge has a coal effect gas fire in situ with a brick mantle surrounding. An arch way leads through to the dining room with a hatch that opens through to the kitchen.
The original kitchen has a built in fridge and freezer, an electric oven with gas hob and extractor fan over. There is space for a washing machine and the sink area overlooks the rear garden. The gas boiler is wall mounted, an array of kitchen cupboards and a larder cupboard. There is a door leading out to the rear garden.
There are three bedrooms in total, two doubles and one good sized single.
The bathroom is currently a green coloured suite with a bath, over-head shower attachment and wash basin in place. The WC is separate but next to the bathroom.
The windows are of wood frame with double glazing. The property is in need of modernising throughout, and is the perfect home for someone who is looking to put their own stamp on something.
*** It is the wishes of the family, that no internal photos were taken of the property. We can confirm the property is of good condition but will benefit from modernisation.***
Council Tax Band: D (£2,279 approx* PA)
Local Authority: Teignbridge District Council
Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas
EPC Rating: D
Constructed in 1995 approx.
"The current layout lends itself to be versatile for a new owner to create a different one. Currently the dining room leads from the living room however it is next to the kitchen so would be fairly simple to take the wall down and have a kitchen/ diner should this be preferable. (subject to relevant building consents) Located at the rear, it would make a perfect entertaining space. This property needs to be viewed to be appreciated and we would be happy to show you around"
Lounge: 4.30m x 3.59m (14'1" x 11'9")
Dining Room: 2.80m x 2.58m (9'2" x 8'6")
Kitchen: 3.25m x 3.02m (10'8" x 9'11")
Bathroom: 2.21m x 1.67m (7'3" x 5'6")
WC: 1.49m x 0.89m (4'11" x 2'11")
Bedroom: 3.61m x 3.00m (11'10" x 9'10")
Bedroom: 3.28m x 3.22m (10'9" x 10'7")
Bedroom: 2.75m x 2.52m (9'0" x 8'3")
Garage: 5.27m x 2.61m (17'3" x 8'7")
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