Price £230,000 - Available
4 Double Bedrooms - Large Modern Fitted Kitchen/Diner - Quiet Cul de Sac Location - Driveway Parking - Walking Distance of Schools - Backs onto Communal Green
Located between Plymouth and Exeter, Ivybridge sits on the fringes of Dartmoor. The town itself offers a range of shops, cafés and public houses, along with the newly developed Watermark Centre, which now offers cinema/theatre space, library and conferencing facilities. There are four Primary schools and a community college as well as a football, rugby, tennis and cricket clubs. On the outskirts sits the Leisure Centre which provides a gymnasium, Indoor swimming pool and squash courts. The Ocean City of Plymouth sits around 12 miles down the A38.
This four bedroom family home is located on the outskirts of the popular town of Ivybridge in a quiet cul de sac. Laid out in a town house style and set over three floors, this property offers a generous amount of space. With a good sized, low maintenance garden which backs onto a beautiful communal green and driveway parking, this property has a lot to offer a family.
As you enter the property there is a good sized hallway suitable for coats and shoes, as well as a downstairs WC. The hallway leads through to the light and spacious kitchen/diner, this newly fitted kitchen has a large amount of cupboard and work top space, as well as room for a cooker, dishwasher and fridge freezer.
Accessed from the kitchen to the front of the property is the living space, this room is flooded with light from a large window and offers plenty of room for a good sized family.
At the back of the property is the conservatory, this is currently being used as a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. This is also a great addition to the downstairs living area, giving extra room for the family to use, and is wonderful on summer days. From the conservatory there are French doors leading out into the garden.
The garden is beautifully presented, laid to paving and surrounded by fencing, which gives the garden privacy. Currently used by the current owners to house a variety of potted plants and shrubs, with the addition of a small pond. This is a great space for summer BBQs and entertaining, and also enjoys a view over the communal green area, to which you can access via a garden gate at the rear
On the first floor, to the front of the property is the master bedroom, this room is very light due to two large window, it also benefits from a feature fireplace. At the rear on this level there is a further double bedroom, which again has two large windows and views out across the garden and communal green area.
On the top floor are a further two good size double bedrooms, both benefit from built in wardrobes and storage. The second at the rear has views across the garden and green. On this level there is also the family bathroom, which has a white suite and shower over bath.
At the front of the property there is a paved driveway which provides parking for one car, there is also additional unrestricted on road parking available.
The property has uPVC double glazing throughout and benefits from gas central heating via a combination boiler. There has also been the addition of solar panels by the current owners, which can bring in revenue of up to £600 per annum.
Mains Gas Central Heating, Mains Water and Drainage, Mains Electricity and Solar Panels
Council Tax Band
South Hams District Council
Strictly by Appointment with Agent
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- 4 Double Bedrooms
- Quiet Cul de Sac Location
- Walking Distance of Schools
- Large Modern Fitted Kitchen/Diner
- Driveway Parking
- Backs onto Communal Green
Nearest train stations (distances are in a straight line)
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