- 2/3 Double bedrooms
- Large sunny garden
- Walking distance of the town centre
- Separate utility space
- uPVC Double glazing
- Immaculately presented
- Driveway parking for 2/3 cars
- 1/2 Reception Rooms
- Gas central heating
- EPC E
2/3 Double Bedrooms - Immaculately presented - Large sunny garden - Driveway parking for 2/3 cars - Walking distance of town centre - 1/2 Reception rooms - Separate utility space - Gas central heating - uPVC Double glazing - EPC E
The ancient market town of Totnes sits on the beautiful river Dart. Famous for its Norman Castle, as well as its narrow streets and independent artisan shops, this town is full of historic architecture, with examples of properties dating back to Norman, Medieval and Tudor times. The town has a wide range of amenities including a leisure centre, primary and secondary schools, an abundance of public houses, bars, restaurants and cafes. There is also a hospital, supermarket and mainline railway station, with trains to London Paddington in around 3 hours.
This deceptively spacious 2/3 bedroom house is located in the popular area of Westonfields in Totnes. The property is immaculate, having been lovingly maintained by the current owners. The property offers two large double bedrooms, off road driveway parking and a large lawned south facing garden, all within a short level walk of Totnes High street and local amenities.
You enter the property via a useful porch area, which is the perfect space for coats and shoes if required. From here is a large hallway with the living room to the left hand side. This is a large light living space, which is immaculately presented and has a light modern décor, with plenty of space for large furniture. This room has an abundance of natural light, from the large picture window to the front.
The kitchen sits at the rear of the property and benefits from a garden outlook. There is a range of base and wall mounted pine units giving it a farmhouse feel. It offers ample space for a keen cook, and comes complete with an integrated cooker and hob along with space for a dishwasher.
From the kitchen is a large utility area which leads out into the garden. The utility offers additional cupboard and counter space along with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer or other white good if desired.
The dining room sits adjacent to the kitchen and is a very versatile space. Currently used for dining, this could also be used as a home office or alternatively a third double bedroom if desired. It is a lovely space and enjoys views out to the garden.
The family bathroom is also located on the ground floor, and comes complete with a modern white suite with shower over the bath.
On the first floor are two large double bedrooms, both rooms have plenty of space for freestanding furniture. The impressive master bedrooms is a great space and runs from the front to back of the property.
Outside is a large back garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a small patio area. This is a great space for a family with enough room for play equipment. There is also the addition of a garden shed which is great for storage.
The property has gas central heating and is double glazed throughout and comes complete with off road driveway parking. This property has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
Council Tax Band
South Hams District Council
Strictly by appointment with agent
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