- Three Bedrooms
- Large kitchen/diner
- On road parking
- Courtyard garden
- Walking distance of town centre
Three bedrooms - Courtyard garden - Large kitchen/diner - Walking distance of town centre - On road parking - EPC
Buckfastleigh is a small market town situated beside the A38 Devon Expressway, providing a direct link to the cites 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 a open air swimming pool, the historic Buckfast Abbey and grounds, Dart Rock climbing centre, 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 three bedroom end terrace cottage is located in the popular area of Jordan Street in Buckfastleigh. Benefiting from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing, along with a rear courtyard garden this property has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
On entering the property you have the living room to the left hand side, this room has a large sash window to the front, making it a bright space. It has a fantastic working fireplace making it the focal point of the room. The room offers plenty of space for furniture and family living.
The kitchen/diner is adjacent to the living room. Spanning the length of the property, this room is flooded with light from the large windows and light wooden floorboards. This room also has a wood burning stove and space for a large dining table, making it a great secondary room for the whole family to gather all year round.
The kitchen has a range of solid wood cupboards with space for an electric cooker and slimline dishwasher, there is also a utility/larder cupboard which offers additional storage and plumbing for a washing machine. From the kitchen you can access the courtyard garden via a back door.
On the first floor are two doubles bedrooms and a good size single. The master bedroom is a great size offering room for a large bed as well as a range of free standing furniture, this room comes compete with an ornamental fireplace. The further two bedrooms are neural in décor and offer space for a growing family. The family bathroom is also on this floor, and has a white suite with shower over the bath.
Outside the courtyard garden is laid to ornamental brick paving and offers space for garden furniture as well as pots and plants should you desire. The garden comes complete with a wooden shed giving outside storage space. This property has plenty of room for a growing family and would also suit a first time buyer or someone looking to down size.
Mains gas, electricity, mains water and drainage
Council Tax Band
Teignbridge District Council
Strictly by appointment with agent
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