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5 Bedroom Manor House For Sale, Coffinswell, Devon

Full Details 5 Bedroom Manor House For Sale, Coffinswell, Devon OVERVIEW Occupying a glorious position within the small South Devon village of Coffinswell, this striking COUNTRY RESIDENCE comes with TWO ADDITIONAL PROPERTIES generating a healthy income from letting, and a BARN with planning permission to create 3 FURTHER COTTAGES. Combining traditional charm with an elegant sense of style and situated in the heart of the village with great views of the surrounding countryside, the property offers expansive living space flowing onto the beautifully kept gardens and has been a loved home to our clients for the past 15 years. 'Coffinswell is a quintessentially English village with a great local pub serving delicious food, a church, which is dedicated to Saint Bartholomew and features a Norman font, and a church hall hosting various events and activity groups – the village has a good community spirit and a nice mix of young and old residents with everyone getting along very well'. The house was once owned by Lord Coffyn, hence the Coffinswell village name. Rather charmingly, there is a well on the property which supplies the Manor House and its adjacent cottages and barns with water, meaning water rates don’t apply. The traditional seaside town of Torquay is a mere 10-minute drive away, as is the charming market town of Newton Abbot which hosts Newton Abbot Racecourse, one of the country’s leading summer jumps racecourses. Further afield at a 20-minute drive away is the city of Exeter offering excellent amenities and all-year-round attractions such as the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Exeter Cathedral, a Medieval Gothic building known for its vaulted ceiling and astronomical clock. INTRODUCTION Welcome to Manor House, a truly wonderful family home in the desirable village of Coffinswell. A very handsome house dating back to the 16th Century which has been well looked after and designed to offer large, spacious and light accommodation throughout. It is a home that flows extremely well, with no wasted space. As well as beautiful spaces inside, the owners have managed to really bring the outside in, with a gorgeous part glazed oak extension which opens onto the terrace and gardens. The gardens have also been meticulously thought through and offer a lovely private space. You really do feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, so it is easy to forget how accessible the property is. As well as the main house there is an adjoining cottage, The Coach House offering lovely accommodation let out on an assured shorthold tenancy agreement which generates a healthy income for our clients. The long standing tenants would love to continue their tenancy if the new owner was happy for them to do so. There is also a further barn which has planning permission to be converted into three, two-bedroom cottages or it could of course be used for whatever you like, garaging, swimming pool, or leisure facilities. There are plenty of options! Manor House offers a home of exceptional quality and style along with a generous income and the possibility of more. A viewing is highly recommended to really get a feel for it and to appreciate everything it offers HISTORY The names of Coffinswell and those of its neighbouring villages originated from the estates that existed very soon after the Anglo-Saxon period of 1066. In 1086 the Doomsday Book names a manor at Willa or Willie. It was situated three miles from Newton Abbot and three miles from the nearest coastline and comprised of 1035 acres of manorial land. Its springs and wells give rise to two streams, Aller Brook and Doddawell, later known as Beersbrook which run through the village. Coffinswell was named after the unfailing springs of clear water that provided a good location for the homes of estate labourers. This view is supported by the Oxford Dictionary of Place Names, which confirms the name as ‘The spring or well of the Coffyn family; Coffyn-His-Well’. Manor House was indeed home to Lord ‘Coffyn’ and to this day, still enjoys the free spring water from ‘his-well’ albeit via a bore hole with modern filters rather than the actual well! STEP INSIDE The entrance of Manor House is a lovely first impression and sets the scene for the whole house. You’ll soon realise that this is a home full of quality, with everything having been done to a very high standard using the finest materials. As you walk through the entrance hall you’ll notice that the main reception rooms are on the garden side of the house. The first you come to is the lounge, a lovely size room with French doors out to the terrace and garden. There is also a marble fireplace with wood burner installed. The next reception is larger in size and classed as the Drawing Room. With two sets of French doors out onto the terrace this room has a lovely light feel to it, it really is a lovely space. There is also a grand fireplace here with another fitted woodburner. As you continue through the hall you’ll notice the old timbers, beams and cob walls, this section of the house is oldest part and would have been the entirety of the home before it was extended shortly after the first world war. The kitchen and dining room are in this section of the home with double doors connecting the two. The kitchen has lots of storage space and lovely granite worktops so there is plenty of prep space. It also has an oil-fired AGA as well as space for a range style cooker. The dining room is a good size room and has doors into the conservatory and directly on to the terrace. The conservatory is a beautiful addition to the property, a timber construction with glazed pitched roof and exposed stone. It opens out to the part glazed garden room which has been a very clever addition and really connects the living space of the house to the garden. The ground floor of the house also has a utility room which has lots of space for storage and laundry. There is also a spacious study and shower room, this could be used as a ground floor bedroom if required. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, all of which are double rooms. The master bedroom suite goes from the front to the back of the house and is double aspect with views over the garden and neighbouring fields, it is a very peaceful setting. It also has a dressing area which in turn, leads to the ensuite bathroom. Bedrooms two, three and four are all a good size too and each looks out over the impressive gardens and fields. Bedroom five is at the back of the house and is still a generous room. The family bathroom has bath with shower, basin and wc with a window to the side aspect. STEP OUTSIDE The gardens at Manor House are a real credit to the owners, each section has been well planned and so creates different ‘rooms’ outside. With the part glazed oak extension over the terrace, you can enjoy the fresh air whatever the weather or enjoy time in the hot tub. Being southerly facing means the gardens get a lot of sunshine throughout the day, especially on the terrace. There is lots of space here for outdoor furniture, its perfect for entertaining or parties. From the terrace there are a couple of steps down onto the formal lawn which is surrounded by trees, shrubs and various planting. To the side there is a path which leads to the vegetable garden, there are a number of raised beds, all fitted with an auto irrigation system. The garden also has a pond, further lawn area and an orchard. The whole garden gives a lovely feeling of space and tranquillity. If you are looking for a garden to unwind in after a tough day, this is certainly the one for you. With views over the gardens to the fields and with lots of different sitting areas, it really is peaceful. PARKING Large electric gates open from the lane to the large parking and turning area. There is a circular flowerbed with tree in the middle and enough space to simple drive in and drive out. This is the access to the main entrance door but there is also access to the garden terrace. There is also a second entrance further up the lane which gives access to Manor Lodge and Barn. Ample parking space is available with room for a motorhome or boat. MANOR LODGE This property is attached at one narrow section to the main house. It has a spacious living room on the ground floor, along with a kitchen, cloak room and store. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a shower room. They have a garden space to the rear which is totally enclosed and parking space to the front. This is accessed from the second entrance. You would hardly know they are there. The owners are currently achieving a healthy income and the tenants are on an assured shorthold tenancy agreement. The tenants would ideally like to stay in place, however vacant possession is possible if required THE BARN A large unconverted barn with planning permission granted for three, two bedroom cottages which would bring in a generous extra income. The barn with 2 floors and at 72 foot would however also be suitable as a large workshop or potential as a variety of alternative uses including creation of an indoor swimming pool/leisure complex, subject to any necessary consents being obtained. USEFUL INFORMATION Services: Mains Electricity, Private Water Supply, Private Drainage Heating: Oil Fired Central Heating Council Tax Bands: Manor House – G, Manor Lodge – B Broadband: Up to 38mbs via BT Superfast Fibre VIEWING INFORMATION Strictly by the owner’s joint agents John Lake Estate Agents – Tel: 01803 328899 or Fine & Country – Tel: 01803 898321 DIRECTIONS SAT NAV: TQ12 4SW.

5 bed detached house

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Coffinswell, Newton Abbot

listed on 2019-04-25  Fine and Country   

Guide Price £1,750,000 5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Coffinswell, Newton Abbot 4 5 3 An outstanding family home with beautiful grounds in a picturesque village location. Complete with an additional cottage and a large barn for conversion. The main property has five double bedrooms, four receptions and beautiful grounds. A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate all that is on offer. INTRODUCTION Welcome to Manor House, a truly wonderful family home in the desirable village of Coffinswell. A very handsome house dating back to the 16th Century which has been well looked after and designed to offer large, spacious and light accommodation throughout. It is a home that flows extremely well, with no wasted space. As well as beautiful spaces inside, the owners have managed to really bring the outside in, with a gorgeous part glazed oak extension which opens onto the terrace and gardens. The gardens have also been meticulously thought through and offer a lovely private space. You really do feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, so it is easy to forget how accessible the property is. As well as the main house there is one further property. The Lodge is at the back of the property and offers lovely accommodation. It is currently let out on an assured shorthold tenancy agreement and brings in a healthy income per month. The tenants are very happy and would love to continue their tenancy if the new owner was happy for them to do so. There is also a further barn which has planning permission to be converted into three, two-bedroom cottages or it could of course be used for whatever you like, garaging, swimming pool, or leisure facilities. There are plenty of options! Manor House offers a home of exceptional quality and style along with a generous income and the possibility of more. A viewing is highly recommended to really get a feel for it and to appreciate everything it offers. Call Fine & Country on 01803 898321 or joint agent John Lake on 01803 328899.   LOCATION The Manor House, which occupies a glorious position within the small south Devon village of Coffinswell just off the A380, the Newton Abbot to Torquay road, combines traditional charm with an elegant sense of style. Situated in the heart of the village, with great views of the surrounding countryside, the house was once owned by Lord Coffyn, hence the Coffinswell village name. Rather charmingly, there is a well on the property which supplies the Manor House and its adjacent cottages and barns with water, meaning water rates don't apply. The property, which offers beautifully kept, expansive indoor and outdoor living space, has been home to Graham and Patricia for the past 15 years; 'Coffinswell is a quintessentially English village with a great local pub serving delicious food, a church, which is dedicated to Saint Bartholomew and features a Norman font, and a church hall hosting various events and activity groups - the village has a good community spirit and a nice mix of young and old residents with everyone getting along very well' says Graham. The traditional seaside town of Torquay is a mere 10-minute drive away, as is the charming market town of Newton Abbot which hosts Newton Abbot Racecourse, one of the country's leading summer jumps racecourses. Further afield at a 20-minute drive away is the city of Exeter offering excellent amenities and all-year-round attractions such as the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Exeter Cathedral, a Medieval Gothic building known for its vaulted ceiling and astronomical clock.   HISTORY The names of Coffinswell and those of its neighbouring villages originated from the estates that existed very soon after the Anglo-Saxon period of 1066. In 1086 the Doomsday Book names a manor at Willa or Willie. It was situated three miles from Newton Abbot and three miles from the nearest coastline and comprised of 1035 acres of manorial land. Its springs and wells give rise to two streams, Aller Brook and Doddawell, later known as Beersbrook which run through the village. Coffinswell was named after the unfailing springs of clear water that provided a good location for the homes of estate labourers. This view is supported by the Oxford Dictionary of Place Names, which confirms the name as 'The spring or well of the Coffyn family; Coffyn-His-Well'. Manor House was indeed home to Lord 'Coffyn' and to this day, still enjoys the free spring water from 'his-well' albeit via a bore hole with modern filters rather than the actual well!   STEP INSIDE The entrance of Manor House is a lovely first impression and sets the scene for the whole house. You'll soon realise that this is a home full of quality, with everything having been done to a very high standard using the finest materials. As you walk through the entrance hall you'll notice that the main reception rooms are on the garden side of the house. The first you come to is the lounge, a lovely size room with French doors out to the terrace and garden. There is also a marble fireplace with wood burner installed. The next reception is larger in size and classed as the Drawing Room. With two sets of French doors out onto the terrace this room has a lovely light feel to it, it really is a lovely space. There is also a grand fireplace here with another fitted woodburner. As you continue through the hall you'll notice the old timbers, beams and cob walls, this section of the house is oldest part and would have been the entirety of the home before it was extended all those years ago for Lord Coffyn. The kitchen and dining room are in this section of the home with double doors connecting the two. The kitchen has lots of storage space and lovely granite worktops so there is plenty of prep space. It also has an oil-fired AGA as well as space for a range style cooker. The dining room is a good size room and has doors into the conservatory and directly on to the terrace. The conservatory is a beautiful addition to the property, a timber construction with glazed pitched roof and exposed stone. It opens out to the part glazed garden room which has been a very clever addition and really connects the living space of the house to the garden. The ground floor of the house also has a utility room which has lots of space for storage and laundry. There is also a spacious study and shower room, this could be used as a ground floor bedroom if required. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, all of which are double rooms. The master bedroom suite goes from the front to the back of the house and is double aspect with views over the garden and neighbouring fields, it is a very peaceful setting. It also has a dressing area which in turn, leads to the ensuite bathroom. Bedrooms two, three and four are all a good size too and each looks out over the impressive gardens and fields. Bedroom five is at the back of the house and is still a generous room. The family bathroom has bath with shower, basin and wc with a window to the side aspect.   STEP OUTSIDE The gardens at Manor House are a real credit to the owners, each section has been well planned and so creates different 'rooms' outside. With the part glazed oak extension over the terrace, you can enjoy the fresh air whatever the weather or enjoy time in the hot tub. Being southerly facing means the gardens get a lot of sunshine throughout the day, especially on the terrace. There is lots of space here for outdoor furniture, its perfect for entertaining or parties. From the terrace there are a couple of steps down onto the formal lawn which is surrounded by trees, shrubs and various planting. To the side there is a path which leads to the vegetable garden, there are a number of raised beds, all fitted with an auto irrigation system. The garden also has a pond, further lawn area and an orchard. The whole garden gives a lovely feeling of space and tranquillity. If you are looking for a garden to unwind in after a tough day, this is certainly the one for you. With views over the gardens to the fields and with lots of different sitting areas, it really is peaceful.   PARKING Large electric gates open from the lane to the large parking and turning area. There is a circular flowerbed with tree in the middle and enough space to simply drive in and drive out. This is the access to the main entrance door but there is also access to the garden terrace. There is also a second entrance further up the lane which gives access to The Lodge and barn. There is plenty of parking space there, and room too for motorhome or boat etc.   MANOR LODGE This property is attached at one narrow section to the main house. It has a spacious living room on the ground floor, along with a kitchen, cloak room and store. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and shower room. They have a garden space to the rear which is totally enclosed and parking space to the front. This is accessed from the second entrance. You would hardly know they are there.  THE BARN The current planning permission is granted for three, two bedroom cottages which would bring in a generous extra income. The barn with 2 floors and at 72 foot long would however also be suitable as a large workshop or could be converted to an indoor swimming pool and leisure complex or whatever you would like, subject to planning. Planning application number : 10/01548/COU   USEFUL INFORMATION Services: Mains Electricity, Private Water Supply, Private Drainage Heating: Oil Fired Central Heating Council Tax Bands: Manor House � G, Manor Lodge � B Broadband: Up to 38mbs via BT Superfast Fibre   VIEWING INFORMATION Strictly by the owner's joint agents Fine & Country � Tel: 01803 898321 or John Lake Estate Agents � Tel: 01803 328899   Property Features Beautiful Family Home With Five Bedrooms Four Reception Rooms Kitchen with AGA Stunning Glazed Open Garden Room Gorgeous Grounds and Gardens Picturesque Village Location Additional Property - Currently Let Further Barn With Planning Permission Available With No Onward Chain Media

6 bed detached house

Orley Road, Ipplepen, TQ12 5SA

listed on 2019-04-20  PurpleBricks   

A five/six bedroom extremely spacious family home with several reception rooms and also has benefitted from an extension and much improvement. The property has a large conservatory enjoying bright aspect set off of the lounge with a log burning stove, whilst overlooking the enclosed gardens with gate through to driveway and garage. The house is located in a highly sough after village and is surrounded by delightful countryside views. ACCOMMODATION The front door leads into a useful entrance lobby. There is also a cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. A door leads into a large kitchen/breakfast room which also offers space for a family dining table and chairs. The kitchen incorporates a range of fitted units, built in oven with five ring gas hob and space for appliances. Leading off the kitchen is also a small study/utility area. From the kitchen is an inner hallway which leads to two large double bedrooms. One of which has doors opening out to the garden and could be used as a dining room. There is a lovely bright and airy living/family room which enjoys a wood burning stove and double doors out to the garden. The first floor accommodation includes four further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms also enjoy views over surrounding countryside. The family bathroom offers a panelled bath with shower, WC and wash hand basin.

3 bed semi-detached house

Forde Park, Newton Abbot

listed on 2019-07-20  Complete   

The details A Victorian, semi-detached family home with three bedrooms, a conservatory, basement storage, a garage, ample parking and enclosed garden in a convenient position a short level walk from the shops and amenities in the popular town of Newton Abbot, and with easy access to the A380 to Torbay, Exeter and the M5. Double gates lead into the wide driveway of gravel and concrete, where there is parking for at least six cars, and a path leads to the entrance via the conservatory. Inside, it is well-presented with light and neutral decor throughout and has many period features including high ceilings, picture rails, deep skirting boards and working folding wooden shutters to many of the windows, and it feels warm and welcoming with gas central heating and double-glazing. The conservatory has a tiled floor and makes a fabulous sunny space for relaxing and the front door opens into the entrance hallway which is carpeted, and has a staircase rising to the first floor with an elegant original banister. A spacious living room has plenty of light from two windows to the side and French doors to the conservatory, all with working shutters and an inset fireplace has a tiled hearth and is fitted with a wood-burning stove making a nice feature and focal point of the room; wonderful with a roaring fire on a dark winter night. There are picture rails and several fitted cupboards with bookshelves above providing useful storage. A glazed door at the rear of the entrance hall leads to a door which opens to reveal stairs leading down to the basement storage area which has restricted height, but provides an abundance of dry storage space, and also houses the gas condensing combi-boiler which provides the heating and hot water on demand. The dining area is a generous size, carpeted and has recessed spotlighting and a built-in store cupboard. There is room for a table and seating for eight or ten, ideal for dinner party or a family celebration, and an opening leads into the kitchen extension which has a decorative tiled floor, brick-patterned part-tiled walls, a couple of beautiful solid-granite worktops with bespoke kitchen units, an inset Belfast sink with a mixer tap, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, a space for a range cooker with a wide extractor hood above, recessed LED spotlighting throughout and two Velux skylights adding to the natural light. There is floorspace for an American-style fridge/freezer and a door leads into a rear lobby where there is a convenient ground-floor cloakroom with a WC and a door to the side of property. Upstairs, the master bedroom is a spacious double with a wall of fitted wardrobes providing an abundance of clothes storage and a window to the side offers views over the town and the countryside beyond. There are two further light and airy bedrooms, a double with a built-in wardrobe and a single with dual-aspect windows and a decorative arched alcove. The bathroom and has a floorboard-effect ceramic tiled floor and matching part-tiled walls, containing a contemporary suite comprising an elegant centre-fill bath with a shower attachment, a separate shower with a rain head and auxiliary showerhead, a pedestal basin and a WC, all in white, with a chrome heated towel rail. Off of the half-landing there is a small storage cupboard, the higher landing has a window and plenty of space for a study area, there is an airing cupboard with slatted shelving for linen and a hatch in the ceiling providing access to the loft space, where there is plenty of additional storage space. Outside, the detached garage has lights, power, a courtesy door to the side, a roller-shutter door to the driveway, a small stainless-steel sink and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Beside the garage is a paved terrace, ideal for a picnic tea or sharing a bottle of wine with loved ones, and an outside tap for convenience. Beside the driveway is a timber summer house providing storage, a splash-proof power point on the side of the garage, and in front of the conservatory is a private area of garden with an artificial lawn, making a lovely venue for a barbecue or alfresco dining. Do you have a home to sell? Find out what your home is worth in just one click- www.completeproperty.co.uk/instant More about this property

4 bed detached house

Sandygate Mill, Kingsteignton

listed on 2019-06-21  Complete   

The details A detached family home with four double-bedrooms, an integral garage, parking and an enclosed rear garden in the popular town of Kingsteignton. This property is on the market with no chain and has easy access to the A380 to Torbay, Newton Abbot, Exeter and the M5. A block-paved driveway provides parking for at least one car beside the neat front lawn with a walled-bed of woodchip and hardy shrubs. Inside, it is well-presented with light and neutral decor throughout feeling warm and welcoming with gas central heating and double-glazing. A spacious porch has an oak-effect laminate floor and plenty of space for the storage of winter coats and shoes. The laminate flooring continues into the hallway where there is a carpeted staircase to the first floor and a handy store cupboard beneath. There is a convenient ground – floor cloakroom with a WC and basin and a door leading into the integral garage which has lights and power and an up and over door. The living room is spacious and filled with light from a wide window to the front and feels warm and welcoming with plush carpet underfoot and an inset living – flame gas fire makes a lovely feature and focal point for the room. French doors open into a separate dining room which has a laminate floor and plenty of space for six or eight places around a table, perfect for a dinner party or a family celebration and sliding patio doors leading to a decent – sized conservatory which makes a versatile space in which to enjoy the views over the garden with a cup of tea and a glossy magazine perhaps. A roomy kitchen has a durable vinyl floor, loads of granite-effect worktop space along two sides with tiled splashbacks and a range of light wood – effect base and drawer units with matching wall-cabinets, providing ample cupboard space. There is a built – in fan oven with a gas hob, stainless – steel splashback and extractor hood above, a one and a half – bowl stainless steel sink with a mixer tap, an integrated fridge/freezer, space beneath the worktop for a washing machine and dishwasher and a wall-mounted condensing gas boiler provides the heating and hot water, beside a door to the side of the property. Upstairs, the master bedroom is a good double with views over the rear garden and woodland beyond and has a modern en suite shower room with fully tiled walls containing a shower, a hidden-cistern WC and a vanity unit with an inset basin and storage beneath for toiletries. There are three further bedrooms, all light and airy doubles, the two at the front of the property having fabulous views over rooftops to the rolling Devon countryside. A family bathroom is fully tiled, containing a bath with a shower and glass screen above, a pedestal basin and WC all in white and the light and airy galleried landing has an airing cupboard with an insulated hot water cylinder and slatted shelving for linen and a hatch in the ceiling has a drop down ladder for convenience, providing access to the loft space where there is an abundance of additional storage. Outside, the rear garden is a generous size and is beautifully landscaped with a paved patio beside the conservatory making a fabulous private space for alfresco dining and a couple of steps lead up to a large, level, manicured lawn, bisected by a crazy-paved path leading to an extensive terrace of timber decking, perfect for entertaining guests be at family barbecue or sharing a bottle of wine with loved ones. Fully enclosed, the garden is safe for both children and pets and southeast facing it enjoys plenty of summer sunshine. There is an outside tap for watering and paths lead along both sides of the property where there are gates to the front, providing alternative access. Do you have a home to sell? Find out what your home is worth in just one click- www.completeproperty.co.uk/instant More about this property

2 bed bungalow

Croft Road Ogwell, Newton Abbot, TQ12 6BD

listed on 2019-04-20  PurpleBricks   

This property is a spacious and versatile detached bungalow which is located in the heart of this sought after village. The property enjoys a spacious living room with fireplace, two double bedrooms and a garage and parking to the front. The front door leads into an entrance lobby. A further door leads into a very spacious family friendly living room. This room offers a fireplace with gas fire and leads into a useful conservatory. The conservatory also has a door leading onto the covered rear decking, perfect entertaining space with incredible privacy. The remaining accommodation includes two double bedrooms, a family bathroom and fitted kitchen. The kitchen offers a range of fitted units, cooker hood and integrated dishwasher. There is also ample space for further appliances. The bathroom offers a panelled bath with electric and plumbed shower, W.C. and wash hand basin.

2 bed detached house

Primrose Close, Kingsteignton

listed on 2019-08-08  Complete   

The details A detached bungalow with two double-bedrooms, a garage, conservatory and extensive, enclosed rear garden with potential to extend in a quiet position in the popular town of Kingsteignton. Wrought iron gates lead onto a tarmac driveway which provides parking for one car beside neat areas of lawn bordered by mature hedge rows in front of the garage which has lights and power and an up and over door and contains a wall mounted regular condensing gas boiler which provides the central heating and hot water. Inside, it is nicely presented with light and neutral decor throughout feeling warm and welcoming with gas central heating and double glazing. The entrance hallway is carpeted and has an office area to one side ideal for those working from home. A glazed door leads into a spacious living room which is carpeted, has a stylish papered feature wall and natural light from a wide sliding patio door to the garden. A fireplace has a flame effect, remote control electric fire which makes a nice feature and focal point for the room. A good-sized kitchen is modern with a tile effect laminate floor, dark granite-effect worktops on three sides with red brick patterned tiled splashbacks and an extensive range of contrasting gloss-white fitted base and drawer units, with matching wall-cabinets, providing ample cupboard space. There is a built-in eye-level double-oven, a separate ceramic hob with an integral extractor hood above, an integrated dishwasher and a washing machine beneath the worktop together with an upright fridge/freezer in an alcove, both included in the sale. There is a stainless-steel sink with a mixer tap beneath a window to the garden and a door leads into the conservatory which has a tile effect laminate floor, a sliding door to the garden and electric heating and is currently used as a dining room, ideal for a dinner party or a family celebration. There are two good-sized double bedrooms, both with plenty of light from wide windows to the garden and a bathroom which has a vinyl floor and part tiled walls, containing a large shower enclosure, a pedestal basin and a WC, all in white and a medicine cabinet with mirrored doors. In the hallway there is an airing cupboard with an insulated hot water cylinder and slatted shelf for linen and a hatch in the ceiling provides access to the loft space which has a drop down ladder and a light for convenience and is well insulated. Outside, the garden at the rear is spacious and fully enclosed making it safe for both children and pets and south facing, it enjoys long hours of summer sunshine. There is a terrace of hardstanding bordered by a dwarf wall, making a fabulous private venue for alfresco dining, a barbecue, or sharing a bottle of wine in the sunshine. A large level lawn has a decoratively walled pond containing carp, there is a tarmac path with an expanse of crazy paving bordered by beds of shrubs and plants, a timber shed for storing a lawnmower and gates on either side of the property provide alternative access to the front garden. At the side of the property there is a large area of lawn, where there is potential to create additional off-road parking, subject to the necessary approval, beside a neatly trimmed hedge of Leylandii and Laurel. Do you have a home to sell? Find out what your home is worth in just one click- www.completeproperty.co.uk/instant More about this property

3 bed semi-detached house

Sackery, Combeinteignhead, TQ12 4RQ

listed on 2019-04-21  PurpleBricks   

DESCRIPTON This property is a spacious and well presented three bedroom semi-detached house which is located within this sought after village close to Newton Abbot. The property has benefited from much improvement and extension including a loft conversion and conservatory to the rear. ACCOMMODATION The front door leads into an entrance hall with a staircase rising to the first floor. There is a door which leads into a spacious living room. This room offers a fireplace with wood burner and a large window to the front. The room leads through to the kitchen. The kitchen offers a range of fitted units and leads through into a utility area. This area offers further units and space for appliances. An added attraction is the conservatory to the rear which offers space for a family dining table and a door opening to the rear garden. The first floor accommodation includes two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The bathroom includes a corner bath with shower, WC and wash hand basin. There is a second staircase which rises to a further bedroom. This attractive room offers a velux skylight window and a useful storage cupboard. NOTE: This property is subject to a three year Devon rule. For further information please contact Teignbridge District Council.

2 bed semi-detached house

Darran Close, Kingsteignton

listed on 2019-09-19  Complete   

The details A semi-detached bungalow with two double-bedrooms, master en suite, a garage, ample parking, a conservatory and front and rear gardens, in a quiet cul-de-sac location, conveniently located with easy access to the A380 to the local towns, Exeter and the M5. A resin driveway and an area of gravel provides parking for at least three cars beside the low-maintenance front garden with a paved patio and areas of decorative gravel and a path leads to the sheltered entrance. Inside, it is nicely presented with light and neutral decor throughout, though it is somewhat dated and would benefit from some modernisation. It already benefits from gas central heating and double-glazing throughout. The entrance hallway is carpeted, has a handy store cupboard and an airing cupboard with slatted shelving for linen and also contains a wall-mounted gas combi-boiler which provides the central heating and hot water on demand. A light and airy kitchen is a decent size and is modern with a durable vinyl floor, granite-effect worktops along three sides with mosaic-tiled splashbacks and a range of elegant gloss-white fitted base and drawer units with matching wall-cabinets, providing ample cupboard space. There is a one and a half-bowl stainless-steel sink beneath the window, a built-in eye-level fan-oven, a separate gas hob with an integral extractor above and an alcove for an upright fridge/freezer. There is a back door to the conservatory and the kitchen flows into a carpeted dining room filled with light from sliding patio doors to the conservatory and has plenty space for six or eight around a dining table, ideal for any occasion. The conservatory is half-carpeted and has central heating allowing use all year. There is a utility area with a tile-topped worktop and plumbing beneath for a washing machine. An archway leads from the dining room into a spacious living room which is carpeted and flooded with light from an almost full-width window to the front. There is a fireplace with wooden mantle and a granite surround and hearth and is fitted with a living-flame gas fire making a lovely feature and focal point for the room. The master bedroom is a generously sized double, with light from a wide window to the front. It has a built-in double-wardrobe and en suite shower room which has a vinyl floor and fully tiled walls, containing a large shower enclosure, a vanity unit with an inset basin, storage beneath for toiletries and a wall cabinet and shelf above and a hidden-cistern WC. The second bedroom is a smaller, light and airy double and has a full height fitted wardrobe providing an abundance of clothes storage. The bathroom has a durable vinyl floor and part-tiled walls containing a bath with a shower above, a WC and a vanity unit with storage beneath for toiletries, and a medicine cabinet above with mirrored doors. A hatch in the hallway ceiling provides access to the loft space where there is plenty of additional storage if required. Outside, steps from the conservatory lead down into the rear garden which is a decent size and is well maintained. There is a neat and level area of lawn bordered by beds of decorative gravel, shrubs and plants. There is terrace of timber decking covering a pond, making a wonderful outside space, ideal for a barbecue or alfresco dining. A uPVC door beneath opens to reveal an extensive storage area beneath the conservatory and a timber shed has lights and power and provides plentiful storage for a lawnmower, gardening tools and patio furniture. There is a water butt harvesting rainwater and a path leads down the side of the property, where there is a bin storage area, to the driveway. The single garage has lights and power, an up and over door, a tap, handy for car-washing, worktops and storage and plenty of additional storage above in the fully boarded loft space. Do you have a home to sell? Find out what your home is worth in just one click- www.completeproperty.co.uk/instant More about this property

3 bed semi-detached house

Lime Tree Walk, TQ12

listed on 2019-08-15  Your Move   

GUIDE PRICE: 225,000 - 235,000... We have the pleasure in selling this semi detached family home which is situated in a highly sought after residential road in Newton Abbot. The accommodation on the ground floor comprises, entrance porch, hallway, Bathroom, separate dining area, spacious living room, kitchen area leading to conservatory and side door to outside. First floor, master bedroom, bedroom 2 and 3 both doubles. To the rear is a lawn and patio area with garage at the side of the property. At the front there is ample off road parking and a front garden. The property would make the perfect project. AWAITING EPC.

3 bed semi-detached house

Naseby Drive, Heathfield

listed on 2019-06-07  Complete   

The details A semi-detached family home with three bedrooms, a conservatory, parking and an enclosed rear garden, conveniently located in Heathfield with easy access to the A38 to Plymouth, Exeter and the M5. A tarmac driveway provides parking for at least three cars beside an area of lawn and paved steps leading up to the entrance sheltered beneath a storm porch. Inside, it is well-presented with light and neutral décor and feels warm with gas central heating and double-glazing throughout. The entrance hallway has a pine-effect laminate floor, hanging space for winter coats and a carpeted staircase rising to the first-floor. A half-glazed door leads into a spacious living room which has plenty of light from a window to the front and has a handy understairs storage cupboard. A decent-sized kitchen/breakfast room has a durable, oak-effect vinyl floor and a modern fitted kitchen that has plenty of dark, granite-effect worktop space and a range of elegant gloss-cream base and drawer units with matching wall-cabinets, providing ample cupboard space, complete with under-cabinet feature lighting. There is a built-in double-oven, a separate gas hob with a glass splashback and integral extractor hood above, a one and a half-bowl stainless-steel sink with a mixer tap, floor space for an upright fridge/freezer and space with plumbing beneath the worktop for a washing machine and dishwasher. There is space for a table and seating, ideal for informal dining and French doors lead into a spacious conservatory with French doors to the garden, currently used as a dining room, perfect for any occasion. Upstairs, the master bedroom is a good double with pleasant views to the front and a fitted suite of bedroom furniture providing an abundance of clothes storage. There are two further light and airy bedrooms, a double and a single with a built-in cupboard above the stairs. The bathroom has an oak-effect vinyl floor and contains a bath with a shower above, a pedestal basin and a WC with white tiling above the bath and basin. The landing has a hatch in the ceiling providing access to the loft which has a ladder and a light for convenience and boarding providing plentiful additional storage. Outside, the rear garden is a manageable size with a triangular area of lawn and a terrace of paving at the side of the property making a nice outside space for a barbeque or alfresco dining. A timber shed provides storage for a lawnmower and patio furniture, there is an outside tap for watering and fully enclosed, the garden is safe for children and pets. A gate leads onto the driveway providing alternative access, ideal for transferring the recycling to the roadside for routine collection. Do you have a home to sell? Find out what your home is worth in just one click- www.completeproperty.co.uk/instant. More about this property