- 2 Double bedrooms
- Courtyard garden
- Allocated parking
- Character features
- 2 Reception rooms
- Town centre location
- Chain free
- Grade II listed
- EPC D
- Council tax band B
2 Double bedrooms - Courtyard garden - Allocated parking - Character features - 2 Reception rooms - Town centre location - Chain free - Grade II listed - EPC D - Council tax band B
Buckfastleigh is a small market town situated beside the A38 Devon Expressway, providing a direct link to the cities of Plymouth and Exeter as well as the M5, which makes it a great location for commuters. The town itself has a Primary school, Health centre, Post office, Newsagent and Co-Operative store, along with a variety of cafes, shops, and pubs.
The town offers a wide range of tourist attractions, such as an open-air swimming pool, the historic Buckfast Abbey and grounds, Pennywell Farm, the Butterfly and Otter sanctuary and the South Devon Railway.
The Norman town of Totnes is approximately 7 miles away providing a wide range of amenities and shops, including a mainline railway station getting to London Paddington in approximately 3 hours.
This generous grade II listed cottage is deceptively spacious, it comes with two good sized double bedrooms, two reception rooms and a kitchen/diner. There is also a beautiful courtyard garden and an allocated parking space, which is incredibly rare for a town centre location. Being located on Fore Street, it is a short level walk to all the local amenities, including the local primary school and medical centre.
On entering the property, you are greeted by the large formal reception room/dining area, this is a good-sized space with plenty of room for a large dining table and free-standing furniture. This then leads through to the second reception room on the left-hand side. The second reception room is currently used as a living room/snug area and benefits from a large original stone fireplace, as well as exposed beams which run the entire ground floor of the property.
The kitchen sits at the rear of the property and is access via a hallway leading off from the dining room, the hallway area benefits from some beautiful original features, including exposed stone and timber walls and a stone floor.
The kitchen is a good size with a range of base and wall mounted units. It has an integrated electric oven and hob, along with space for a fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. There is also space for a small dining table should you wish. There is additional storage in a large pantry cupboard in the hallway.
From the rear hallway you can access the courtyard garden and parking area via a back door. The garden sits just stone`s throw from the property and is a wonderful space. There is plenty of room for a table and chairs and it is surrounded by a border planted with flowers, shrubs, and climbers.
On the first floor there are the two good sized double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is a generous sized room, with plenty of space for a king size bed and free-standing furniture. The second bedroom is also a good-sized double. The family bathroom comes with both a free-standing roll top bath, along with a shower/wet room area.
The property comes with one allocated parking space at the rear, this would fit a small to medium sized car.
Agent note- This property has slightly restricted head height in places & there is a small flying freehold above the kitchen.
Mains gas, mains electricity, mains water and drainage
Council Tax Band
Teignbridge district council
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