The property is positioned to the rear of Silver Street with access via a small passageway, accessing gardens behind and 5 Silver Street.
Accessed through a half uPVC glazed door into the entrance hall with window to the side, ceiling light point, radiator, doors to...
Roll top work surface with space for tumble dryer above and plumbing and appliance space below for washing machine and further wooden slatted shelving. Power points.
Downstairs Bathroom 2.4m x 1.7m (8'0" x 5'6")
Bright room comprising of a white suite with panelled bath with hot and cold mixer tap and tiled surround and wall mounted Gainsborough electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin with vanity unit below, tiled splashback, glass shelf and wall mounted mirror above and low level WC. Ceiling light point, extractor fan, radiator, obscure window to the rear, door to airing cupboard housing the combination condensing boiler supplying domestic heating and hot water with timber shelving above.
Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen/Breakfast Area
A dual aspect room which has been divided into defined areas retaining a lot of character features.
Living Room Area 4.8m x 4.2m (15'8" x 13'9")
Dual aspect room with a beautiful fireplace with granite mantel and stone hearth with inset wood burning stove. A uPVC double glazed window overlooking the left hand side of the property with an outlook onto a beautifully maintained garden with countryside views beyond and a further window to the right hand side with an outlook onto further maintained gardens. Ceiling light point, two radiators, power points, telephone point, TV point, satellite point, door to understairs storage cupboard with electric and further TV sockets, smoke alarm and carbon monoxide monitor.
Kitchen Area 3.9m x 1.9m (12'11" x 6'4")
There is a wooden beam to the ceiling providing character and uPVC double glazed window overlooking the right hand side of the property with an outlook onto gardens beyond. Comprising cream fronted base units with roll top work surface above with integrated stainless steel sink and drainer with hot and cold mixer tap, built in oven with four ring gas hob and extractor fan above, matching wall mounted units and tiled surround, wooden flooring, wall light, ceiling strip light and power points.
First Floor Landing
Stairs rise from the living area to the first floor. A bright and spacious area with uPVC double glazed window overlooking the right hand side of the property with an outlook onto beautiful period cottages and gardens, with window seat below. Cupboard housing the electric meters, built-in book shelves, ceiling light point, smoke alarm and hatch to loft space. Doors to...
Bedroom One 4.5m x 2.9m (14'9" x 9'7")
A dual aspect room with a double glazed window overlooking the rear of the property with an outlook onto the rear garden, over other beautifully maintained gardens behind and beyond to Buckfastleigh countryside and woodlands, with a southerly aspect. Another double glazed window overlooks the right hand side of the property with an outlook onto period cottages and gardens. Ceiling light point, power points, radiator and TV point.
Bedroom Two 3.3m x 1.7m (10'10" x 5'5")
Bright room with a double glazed window overlooking the left hand side of the property with a fantastic outlook onto beautifully maintained gardens to the side, period cottages and beyond to countryside with a south easterly aspect. Door to large wardrobe cupboard with hanging, ceiling light point, radiator and power points.
The rear garden is a good size, which has been extended by the current owners with a period stone wall to the left hand side boundary and an open boundary to the right hand side. There are four stone built storage sheds to the left hand side and the rest of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower borders and there is a small patio area to the rear of the building. It is southerly facing with a beautiful aspect onto the gardens behind and onto Buckfastleigh countryside and woodlands beyond. The additional piece of land runs along side the garden, mainly laid to lawn and offering potential for the grow your own enthusiast.
We understand from land registry title number DN220726 that the property is held on a lease of 5,000 years from 25th March 1814. There is no ground rent or management company.
There is no private parking with the property, but there is plenty of on road parking nearby and four parks in the town. A parking permit can be purchased for approximately £200.00 per annum.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage.
Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: email@example.com.
By prior appointment, contact Bradleys on 01364 642642.
From the A38, take the Dart Bridge junction and proceed towards Buckfastleigh. At the first roundabout take the second exit signposted to Buckfastleigh, follow the road around past the Abbey and up over the hill. As you approach the town, take the right hand turning into Church Street and then take the second turning on your right hand side into Silver Street. The property can be found through a passageway which is by No. 6 Silver Street.