- Town Centre Location
- Original Character Features
- Open Fire
- Gas Central Heating
- Two Bedrooms
- Large Farmhouse Style Kitchen
Town Centre Location - Garden - Original Character Features - Two Bedrooms - Open Fire - Large Farmhouse Style Kitchen - Gas Central Heating
Buckfastleigh is a small market town situated beside the A38 Devon Expressway and within the Dartmoor National Park. With the A38 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 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. As well as providing some wonderful countryside walks across Dartmoor.
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 two bedroom Victorian mid terrace cottage, is tucked away in a quiet location within walking distance of Fore Street. It has been recently refurbished by the current owner and has some beautiful character features, including original woodwork, floorboards and a Georgian fireplace.
As you enter the property there is a small sunny courtyard garden at the front, this leads into a useful utility space with plumbing for a washing machine. The kitchen has a large window to the front and a high ceiling, making the room feel very light and spacious. The kitchen is currently made up of free standing units, which will be removed by the vendor. This will allow space for someone to make the kitchen their own, there is plenty of room to put in either free standing units or a fitted kitchen. There is a Belfast sink unit with a solid slate top this will remain in the property.
The living room has original wooden floorboards and a working Georgian fireplace. This room has a large window which gives lots of light to the room and has garden views to the rear. From the living room there is a door leading out into the garden.
The garden is set out in a courtyard style, which has been laid to gravel and stone boarders. The garden backs onto the river Mardle, and benefits from beautiful river views, the bank of which is tree lined at the back and gives a good degree of privacy.
Upstairs there is a very good sized master bedroom at the back of the property, with built in storage. There is also a good sized single bedroom and the family bathroom. There is also additional storage space in the landing area, and access to the loft space which is full insulated.
Work recently carried out on the property includes;
- New bathroom and plumbing, including moving of stench pipe
- Works to electrics, including new fuse box
- New doors fitted to the front of the property
- Work carried out to the chimney and chimney stack
- New fireplace installed
- Landscaping of rear courtyard garden
- Installation of new loft hatch and ladder
- Loft fully insulated
- Decorative work throughout
Gas Combi Boiler, Mains Water and Drainage, Mains Electricity
Council Tax Band
Teignbridge District Council
Strictly by Appointment with Agent
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