Price £245,000 - Sold

  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Off Road Parking
  • South Facing Garden
  • Master En Suite
  • Garage
  • Cul- de- sac Location

3 Double Bedrooms - Master En Suite - Off Road Parking - Garage - South Facing Garden - Walking Distance of Town - Cul- de- sac Location

Known locally as the gateway to the moor, Bovey Tracey has a thriving local community with a broad range of amenities, including independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. There are two local primary schools with secondary schools in the nearby towns of Newton Abbot and Ashburton.

Due to sitting at the foot of Dartmoor National Park, Bovey Tracey has numerous visitor attractions including the House of Marbles visitor centre and the National Trust`s Parke estate.

Bovey Tracey sits a short drive from the A38 Devon Express way, so is the perfect location for anyone who is commuting to Plymouth and Exeter, with Exeter international Airport approximately 18 miles away.

The bustling market town of Newton Abbot is approximately 7 miles from Bovey Tracey, 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.

This three bedroom family home is located in the vibrant market town of Bovey Tracey. It is just a stone`s throw away from the town centre, the local park and the National Trust Parke. The property is well presented with a light spacious feel, it is built in a ‘town house` style and set over three floors.

As you enter the property on the ground floor there is a spacious kitchen diner, which offers a view out over the sunny South West facing court yard garden. The kitchen has an integrated electric cooker and gas hob with space for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. From the kitchen there is a downstairs W/C and access out into the rear garden.

Moving onto the first floor, to the front of the property is a comfortable living room. The room is very light due to being dual aspect, with a single patio door and Juliet balcony, it comes complete with electric coal effect fireplace. Also on this level at the back of the property there is a good sized double bedroom, complete with built in cupboard, and another W/C.

On the top floor is a good sized master bedroom complete with an en-suite shower room, built in wardrobe and dressing table. There is also the third double room, with space for free standing furniture. On this level there is also a family bathroom and airing cupboard.

Outside to the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden laid out in a low maintenance courtyard style with a mature Rowan tree. The garden benefits from sunshine most of the day, due to being South West facing. The courtyard garden is a real sun trap and offers a great space for alfresco dining, it also comes complete with a wooden shed.

At the front of the property there is a private parking space and external access to the garage. There is also access to the garage internally from the entrance hall. The garage offers generous storage space and mains electric.

There are also 4 visitors spaces within the Station Court development.


Council Tax Band

Mains gas central heating and hot water, mains water and drainage

Local Authority
Teignbridge district council

Viewing arrangements
Strictly by appointment with agent

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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