Price £535,000 - New Instruction

  • 5 Bedroom detached
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Large garage/Workshop space
  • Outbuildings
  • EPC D
  • Circa 300ft plot
  • Parking for 4+ cars
  • Potential ancillary accommodation (STPP)
  • Popular location

5 Bedroom detached - Circa 300ft plot - 3 Reception rooms - Parking for 4+ cars - Large garage/workshop space - Potential ancillary accommodation - Outbuildings - Popular Location - EPC D

Highweek is a small village located in the suburbs of Newton Abbot. The area itself has both a primary and secondary school, a village hall, church, pub and convenience store. Newton Abbot town centre is approximately one mile away and has a wide range of high street shops, several supermarkets, leisure facilities, hospital and A&E department. There`s also the mainline railway station reaching London Paddington in around 2.5 hours.

This impressive 1930`s detached 4/5 bedroom house sits in the popular area of Highweek. The property is centred in around a 300ft plot and comes complete with a large garage/workshop space, outbuilding and parking for 4+ cars. The property itself enjoys far reaching views of the countryside and Teignmouth estuary. This property has a lot to offer and has to be seen to be fully appreciated.

On entering from the front veranda, you are greeted with an impressive hallway. Either side of the hall, sitting at the front of the property are the first two reception rooms. The main living room to the left hand side really has the wow factor, with high ceilings, a feature ornamental fireplace and large dual aspect picture windows which benefit from a garden outlook. This is the perfect space for the whole family to come together.

The second reception room would lend itself to a formal dining room, music room, snug or work space. Again spacious in size and finished to a neutral décor this is great space to sit and enjoy the views of the garden.

The modern fitted kitchen sits at the back of the property and spans nearly the whole width. Offering a generous amount of floor units and finished with a dark granite worktop, this is every cooks dream. There is space for a range cooker, along with an integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher. There is also a separate utility space which houses both the washing machine and tumble dryer.

Leading off from the kitchen is a large dining room, this is a generous size with plenty of space to seat the whole family at meal times. The room is flooded with light from the large picture window overlooking the garden, there is also a feature fireplace.

On the ground floor there is the first of the 5 bedrooms. This is a versatile space, currently being used as a double bedroom, it could have many other uses. It would also be suitable for an older member of the family who requires sleeping living space all on one level. There is also potential to make an en suite by opening it through to the downstairs cloakroom that is the other side of the wall.

On the first floor are the further 3 double bedrooms and a single bedroom which could also be used as a study/hobby room. The master suite sits at the front of the property, and is generous in size. Offering a dressing area and en suite with shower room. There is also access out onto the balcony which offers the perfect place to sit and take in the amazing views towards the Teignmouth Estuary. The further 2 double bedrooms are both a good size, with neutral decor and allowing of plenty of room for free standing furniture.

To the front of the property there is parking for two cars, while the long driveway borders the property and leads through to further parking at the back for 2+ cars. The front garden is a large level area which has been laid to lawn with a range of trees and bushes providing privacy for the property.

The side and rear garden offer continued lawned areas, up to a raised decked area, which is perfect for BBQs and entertaining in the summer months. There is also a section which would make a great vegetable patch and comes complete with a greenhouse.

Located at the very rear of the plot is an outbuilding/large shed, with power, along with a large detached double garage with power and lighting. This has the potential to be converted into good sized ancillary accommodation (subject to permissions).

The property offers flexible living for someone looking for a large family home, or multi-generational living. The layout could easily be adapted to allow for separate accommodation for additional relatives. This property has to be seen to be fully appreciated.


Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage

Council Tax Band

Local Authority
Teignbridge District Council

Viewing Arrangements
Strictly by appointment with agent

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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