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Guide price

£285,000

(£187/sq. ft)

3 bed terraced house for sale Pottery Road, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot TQ13

3 beds
2 baths
1 reception
1,527 sq. ft

Property location

  • The Greater Horseshoe School (SEN)0.8 miles
  • Bovey Tracey Primary School0.9 miles
  • Newton Abbot4.9 miles
  • Shaldon Teignmouth Ferry Landing8 miles

Features and description

  • Character

  • Period Property

  • Three bedroom, mid terraced cottage
  • Plenty of character
  • Exposed beams and window seats
  • Country style kitchen/diner
  • Beautiful living room
  • Accommodation over three floors
  • Master bedroom suite with ensuite and dressing area
  • Generous sized garden
  • Wooded area
  • Convenient location
An opportunity to purchase a fabulous, deceptively spacious and characterful mid-terraced cottage with three double-bedrooms, a master en suite and an enclosed garden, in the popular moorland town of Bovey Tracey.

A path leads along the rear of the terrace, into the garden and leads to the entrance. Inside, it is well-presented with stylish decor throughout and feels warm and welcoming with gas central heating and double glazing. Arranged over three floors, the property is deceptively spacious providing versatile accommodation for a growing family, and it has bags of character and charm, with many wonderful features including exposed timbers, thick stone walls, window seats, a woodburning stove and feature faux fireplaces.

The entrance door leads into a spacious kitchen/dining room which has a durable oak-effect vinyl floor and a wide staircase rising to the upper floors. There is a fabulous bespoke cream kitchen in a country-kitchen style, with solid-oak worktops, ample cupboard space and a shelving unit beneath the stairs. There is there an inset ceramic sink with matching drainer and a mixer tap with a flexible rinse nozzle and an integrated dishwasher beneath. A wonderful range oven provides the excellent cooking facilities, and there is space beneath the worktop for two appliances. A full-height cupboard provides storage and also contains the condensing combi-boiler which provides the central heating and hot water on demand. There is plenty of room for a dining table and seating for six or more places, ideal for any occasion and a wood burning stove makes a nice feature and focal point for the room with a chunky oak lintel above.

To the side of the entrance, a stripped-pine door leads into a living room with a durable vinyl floor, a window seat built into the thick stone wall and a feature fireplace (not a working fire) also makes a great focal point.

Upstairs, the fabulous galleried landing has a rustic oak balustrade with decorative wrought iron work, and leads to two double-bedrooms, one at either end of the property. One has a decorative fireplace and rails for hanging clothes, and the second with an integrated raised bed base, and a fitted desk, ideal for those working from home. The landing has an original brick fireplace and a useful cupboard in the recess on one side of the chimney breast. The family bathroom has a tiled floor and part-tiled walls, containing a corner whirlpool bath, a separate shower with a rain head, a WC and a pedestal basin.

A staircase continues up to the top floor, with a handy cupboard beneath, to the master bedroom suite comprising a very spacious double bedroom with a high vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers, built-in cupboards, storage and a dressing table, with plenty of natural light from two large Velux skylights. There is a decorative mock fireplace which makes a nice feature, beside steps up to an extensive storage area. Across the top floor landing is an en suite shower room with a wet room area that is modern and fully tiled containing a contemporary shower with multiple heads and jets, and another area with tiling, a built-in cupboard for toiletries, a wash-hand basin and a modern hidden-cistern WC, flooded with natural light from three skylights in its sloping ceiling. The ensuite leads into a dressing room area which has a porcelain tiled floor along with a small and versatile room on one side, currently used as a studio.

Outside, the southwest-facing garden is a generous size and is fully enclosed making it safe for children and pets. There is a paved patio and an area of artificial lawn great for entertaining be it a barbecue or alfresco dining. A large timber shed has lights and power, providing plenty of storage and there are a couple of timber-edged ponds, a log store for the wood-burner, herbaceous borders and a small putting green of artificial grass. There is also a wooded area on the opposite side of the property.

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