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5 bedroom terraced house for sale

South Embankment, Dartmouth, Devon

Guide Price £1,350,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

** FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET SINCE ORIGINALLY BUILT **


Superbly situated on Dartmouth's historic waterfront enjoying a panoramic marine outlook over the estuary, the accommodation in this substantial double fronted Period residence has been divided into two apartments but could easily be restored back to a grand family home.

The property has a large garage accessed from Lower Street which in turn leads to the enclosed walled garden and house.

Level walking distance of all town centre amenities.

Ground Floor Maisonette    Entrance Hall    Cloakroom Sitting Room    Dining Room Kitchen Three Bedrooms Bathroom    Second Floor Apartment    Hall    Living Room    Kitchen    Two Bedrooms Bathroom    Outside Large Garage Walled Courtyard Garden

Situation and Description The lovely estuary town of Dartmouth is well known for its narrow streets and Victorian architecture, but it is indeed rare to find a substantial Period residence that has both a courtyard garden and a large garage within easy walking distance of all town centre amenities together with enjoying estuary views from its water front location.

. 'Castle View House' was built in 1913 by the present owners great grandfather, a builder of repute in the late 19th Century, for his own family occupation. This handsome property has stayed in the same family ever since and this is the first time it has ever come to the market. During this period it was at one time home to the late Admiral Sir William Pillar who was the third sea lord to the Admiralty and lieutenant governor of Jersey for some five years.

. Although the spacious accommodation has been divided to create two self contained apartments the house still retains much period charm and character having panelled doors, picture rails, high moulded skirting boards together with Victorian mouldings and coving to the high ceilings. There are some stained glass leaded lights and panels. A number of the rooms still have their original sash windows fitted whilst the bay windows at the front of the house are now Upvc double glazed. For a number of years the present owners have successfully holiday let either one or both of the apartments through Dartmouth Holiday Homes, see their website www.dartmouthuk.com.

THE ACCOMMODATION WITHAPPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES.

Entrance Lobby: Period panel front door having stained glass leaded light over. Quarry tiled floor. A panel door provides access through to the external staircase which leads up to the second floor flat. Double period doors with stained glass leaded lights open to:

Entrance Hall: Night storage heater. Turning staircase with heavily carved newell posts and turned spindles rises to the first floor accommodation. Attractive stained glass leaded light panel provides borrowed light from the lounge. Under stairs store cupboard.

Cloakroom: Low level WC. Corner wash basin. Window to rear aspect.

Sitting Room:18'4" x 14'5" (5.59m x 4.4m). Marble period fireplace with open grate. Fitted shelves in adjoining alcove. Night storage heater. Period coving to ceiling. Views over the estuary to Kingswear and out to sea past the castles are enjoyed from two sash windows.

Dining Room:11'2" x 10'2" (3.4m x 3.1m). Plus alcove with fitted shelved cupboard. Further built in store cupboards on other side of chimney breast. Part panelled walls to dado rail. Night storage heater. Part glazed panel door opening to rear courtyard and garden.

Kitchen:8'10" x 6'7" (2.7m x 2m). Stainless steel sink unit inset into working surface with cupboards beneath together with space, plumbing and points for dishwasher. Belling four ring ceramic hob inset into further working surface with extractor fan over and electric oven under. Fitted cupboards and drawers. Kick back electric fan heater. Space for fridge freezer. Matching fitted wall cabinets. Two double glazed velux roof lights. Windows overlook the adjoining courtyard.

First Floor Landing: Approached from the hallway below by the turning staircase having substantially carved newell posts. Large stained glass leaded window over the half landing. Period panel doors open to the bedrooms on this floor. The original staircase which would have provided access to the second floor accommodation & could be reinstated is still in situ but now enclosed within a large cupboard which also has a stained glass leaded light window.

Bedroom One:10'6" x 14'5" (3.2m x 4.4m). Into wide bay window which is double glazed and enjoys stunning views right across the estuary and out to sea past the castles. Two large fitted wardrobe cupboards with cupboards over. Fitted shelved cupboard.

Bedroom Two:12'2" x 16'9" (3.7m x 5.1m). Plus depth of the wide bay with double glazed windows. Wonderful panoramic views across the estuary are enjoyed. Original picture rail. Moulded architraves. Victorian coving to high ceiling.

Bedroom Three:10'2" x 8'10"aximum (3.1m x 2.7maximum). Large fitted wardrobe cupboard with cupboard over. Sash window to rear aspect.

Bathroom12'2" x 3'11" (3.7m x 1.2m). Modern white suite with chromium fittings comprising panel bath. Pedestal wash basin with wall mirror and shaver socket over. Corner cubicle with Triton shower. Part tiled walls. Window to rear aspect.

Separate WC: Low level suite and window to rear aspect.

Second Floor Apartment Tastefully decorated and enjoying stunning panoramic views across the estuary this flat is accessed from the rear courtyard by means of an external staircase. The two large bay windows at the front have modern Upvc double glazing and night storage heating is installed.

Entrance Hallway: Glazed front door with small panes opens from the staircase at rear. Night storage heater. Coat hooks. Panelled doors open to all the rooms on this floor.

Living Room:15'9" x 11'6" (4.8m x 3.5m). Plus depth of the wide bay with double glazed windows. Wonderful panoramic views across the estuary are enjoyed. Original picture rail. Moulded architraves. Victorian coving to high ceiling.

Kitchen:7'10" x 6'3" (2.39m x 1.9m). Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap inset into working surface with cupboard beneath together with space, plumbing and point for dishwasher. Four ring ceramic hob inset into further working surface with oven beneath and extractor unit over. Range of fitted wall cabinets. Space for refrigerator. Window to rear aspect.

Bedroom One13'5" x 10'6" (4.1m x 3.2m). Into wide bay window which is double glazed and enjoys stunning views right across the estuary and out to sea past the castles. Fitted wardrobe cupboard with cupboard over.

Bedroom Two11'2" x 8'6" (3.4m x 2.6m). Sash window to rear aspect overlooking walled courtyard and garden and with views to Jaw Bones Hill.

Bathroom3.3 x 1.2. Widening at one end where the door enters from the landing . Modern white suite with chromium fittings comprising panel bath with wall mounted Mira shower. Pedestal wash basin. Close coupled WC. Heated towel rail. Built in airing cupboard housing the factory lagged copper hot water cylinder together with space, plumbing and points for washing machine. Sash window to rear aspect. Extractor fan.

Outside

Large Garage4.4x16'9" (5.1m) narrowing at rear to 10'2" (3.1m). where a panelled door opens from a passageway suitable for storage and with door opening from the rear courtyard and garden. Electric power and light are fitted and timber folding doors open from Lower Street. The walled courtyard and garden are a real feature of this property being walled and considering its town centre location particularly private. There are flower borders and shrubs on either side of a small lawn whilst the courtyard is paved having a workshop store to one side and a further laundry room with plumbing and point for washing machine and drier. Outside tap. Access through to the shared entrance lobby. External staircase rising to the first floor flat.


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5-6 Fairfax Place Dartmouth TQ6 9AD

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fulfords, Dartmouth

5-6 Fairfax Place Dartmouth TQ6 9AD

01803 367033 Local call rate

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