4 bedroom terraced house for saleHighweek Village, Newton Abbot
Sold by Us £210,000
- Mid terrace cottage
- Exposed stone walls
- Character features
- Utility room
- Sun room
- Galley style kitchen
- Warm and cosy
- Sought after location
An opportunity to purchase a charming, deceivingly spacious cottage in the heart of Highweek. Originally two cottages and once the village post office, this property is full of character and quaint features, exposed stone walls, odd-shaped rooms and split-level landings and floors, a lovely balcony and a courtyard garden to name but a few.
A paved courtyard garden to the front is full of beautiful begonias, other flowering plants, and a rainwater harvesting system for watering. The long hallway leads to a utility room, formerly the post-office storeroom, with a natural flagstone floor and a beautiful, original, cast-iron range, built into the chimney breast. There is a sink with a draining board, space for storage, and room for white goods.
The living room is spacious, has wooden French doors to the front, the original post office entrance and feels warm and cosy. A sun room to the front, is lovey and bright and overlooks the colourful garden. The current owners spend most of their time in this lovely room. A large cloakroom is ideal for storing the winter coats and shoes and stairs lead up to the snug. A fabulous room, it has plenty of natural light and exposed stone walls with a wonderful stone fireplace. A door leads onto the balcony, a south-facing sun-trap, with wonderful views over the valley, a great space to relax with a paper and a cup of tea.
On the ground floor there is a dining room with more wonderful stone features, and a door to a wide porch where there is an ideal space for an upright fridge/freezer, and access to the rear courtyard garden, with a beautiful patio, surrounded by potted flowers and fuchsias. The kitchen, is galley style and split over two levels, with a lovely vinyl floor. It has all of the essentials, a sink and drainer, wood-effect worktops and a range of beech-fronted kitchen units. There is room below the worktops for a washing machine and a fridge, and space for an oven.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two good doubles and a single. The split-level landing leads to a staircase, down to the entrance hall, to a useful, oddly shaped dressing room and a family bathroom with a sky-blue bath, WC and basin. A narrow winding staircase leads up to a fourth bedroom, a double, with exposed original rafters, vaulted ceiling and lovely far-reaching views.
what the owner loves most..
"The spacious accommodation and the superb far reaching views".
bear in mind..
The property does have a flying freehold, and a small garden, but offers very spacious, versatile accommodation throughout.
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