Guide Price £280,000 - Sold

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Good Decorative Order
  • Single Garage and Off Road Parking
  • Chain Free
  • Quiet and Desirable Location
  • Walking Distance of Town and Schools
  • Beautiful Low Maintenance Garden

3 Bedrooms - Quiet and desirable location - Good decorative order - Walking distance of town centre and schools - Single garage and off road parking - Beautiful low maintenance garden - Chain free

This well-presented 3 bedroom semi - detached house was built in 2001 and is located in a quiet cul – de – sac location within an easy walk to Ashburton town centre as well as South Dartmoor College and Ashburton Primary School.

The property itself is a ‘blank canvas` including potential to extend or convert to provide additional accommodation (Subject to necessary consents). So is perfect for someone who is wanting to put their own stamp on it. The outside of the house has been fully repainted and a new boiler fitted in late 2017.

As you enter the hall and pass the downstairs cloakroom you are greeted by a large light living room/dining room which stretches from the front to back of the property. There is a large window to the front providing a lot of natural light and patio doors at the rear leading out into a good sized conservatory. From the conservatory you can access the garden.
There is also a good sized kitchen to the right of the dining space.

The kitchen has a good amount of cupboard and worktop space, as well as space for a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer and gas cooker, all these items will be remaining at the property. The kitchen also benefits from a beautiful garden outlook.

Upstairs there is the master bedroom with en suite shower room. There is a further double bedroom at the back of the property, which enjoys garden views, as well as a generous sized single bedroom and family bathroom. In addition on the landing there is a good sized airing cupboard, access to the loft is fully insulated and boarded with a swing-down door, retractable ladder and light.

Outside to the rear of the property is a beautiful low-maintenance garden. Set on three levels, each offers a full patio and benefits from sunshine from morning to late afternoon. Mature plants and shrubs flank each level and thoughtful touches such as piped water to the top level continue the ease of maintenance theme. Being fully enclosed means the garden offers great privacy and is totally secure for children and pets, as well as wonderful for entertaining, BBQs etc. The single garage has power, lighting & high mezzanine storage and opens directly onto the lower garden patio. In front of the garage there is private off-road parking.

Miners Close is located in the Stannary town of Ashburton. Ashburton sits on the edge of the stunning Dartmoor National Park and a short distance from the River Dart, making it a hotspot for outdoor activities including hiking, kayaking, climbing and riding. It is also located conveniently just off the A38 Devon Expressway, providing a direct link to the cities of Plymouth and Exeter as well as the M5, so is a perfect location for commuters.

Ashburton not only lies at the foot of Dartmoor but also at the gateway to The South Hams, with beautiful rolling countryside and picturesque beaches and coastline this is a very desirable area, and a popular holiday destination.

The bustling market town of Newton Abbot is approximately 8 miles from Ashburton, and has a wide range of high street shops, several supermarkets, leisure facilities, hospital and A&E department, as well as a mainline railway station reaching London Paddington in around 2.5 hours.


Council Tax Band

Gas Combination Boiler, Mains Water and Drainage

Viewing Arrangements
Strictly by Appointment with Agent

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