3 bedroom detached house for sale

Coombe Vale Road, Teignmouth

Guide Price £500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • BRAND NEW CONTEMPORARY STYLE HOUSE
  • VIEWS TO ESTUARY & COUNTRYSIDE BEYOND
  • SUPERB S/W FACING WALLED GARDEN
  • UNDERFLOOR HEATING TO GROUND FLOOR
  • 3 BEDS, MASTER EN-SUITE & FAMILY BATHROOM
  • BRICK PAVED DRIVE, TERRACE & PARKING AREA
  • PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Garden House is situated in an enviable position being "tucked away" within a pleasant walled plot and yet within easy reach of local amenities to include Bitton Park, estuary side walks and local shops, along with the bridge giving access to the picturesque coastal village of Shaldon. Teignmouth town centre and promenade is around half a mile's relatively easy walk away and well regarded local primary and secondary schools are also within easy reach. Teignmouth is positioned on the lovely South Devon coastline, approximately 13 miles from the cathedral city and county town of Exeter. There is a fine promenade with sandy beaches, including a classic crescent of imposing Georgian buildings. There are boating opportunities on the estuary and the "back beach" has a selection of pubs and restaurants in a superb marine setting. The town has a wide variety of independent shops and cafes, along with a Waitrose supermarket and several excellent public houses. There is a further supermarket on the west side of the town, along with a recently opened theatre and two bowling clubs. There is a mainline railway station offering a direct link to London Paddington. The junction to the A380 via the B3192 is just under 5-miles away, which can be used to access the A38 and the M5, offering an easy commute to Exeter and beyond.

The Garden House is a brand new contemporary-style architect-designed detached house set within a superb south-east facing large walled garden. The stylish accommodation is beautifully laid out and has views towards the countryside above the Teign and moors from some of the rooms and estuary views from the master bedroom suite and garden. Externally attractive, the property has rendered and timber-clad elevations, powder coated and oak framed double-glazed windows and doors and slate tiled roof with photovoltaic panels. Internally features include attractive timber doors, underfloor heating to the ground floor and quality timber effect flooring in the receptions and bathrooms. An oak entrance door opens to the welcoming reception hall with vaulted ceiling and feature Iroko balustrades. The lower floor has underfloor heating and is a superb free-flowing space with the sitting room and kitchen/dining space (kitchen to be fitted,) having full height windows and French doors in the sitting area enjoying views of and opening to the paved terrace and garden, providing a wonderful sense of inside/outside living. To the first floor the master bedroom suite has wonderful views and a stylish en suite shower room, there are two further bedrooms and the family bathroom. Outside a shared entrance opens to an expansive brick-paved driveway, further parking area and terrace and there is a wonderful enclosed garden being over 70 feet in length and laid to an expansive area of lawn with bedding beyond.

Reception Hall: A feature panelled oak entrance door opens to the reception hall, a lovely light, spacious and welcoming space with vaulted ceiling with skylight and timber effect flooring. Stairs with Iroko balustrades rise and descend to the upper and lower floors and there are full-height glazed panels, one of which has good views across the gardens towards Bitton House and beyond.

Open Plan Reception/Kitchen: A wonderful large free-flowing space with full-height windows overlooking the gardens and countryside in the distance and French doors and an oak-framed door leading to the paved terrace and outside spaces, giving an excellent sense of inside/outside living. There is timber effect flooring with zonally controlled underfloor heating throughout the ground floor. There is extensive lighting and the kitchen area (to be fitted) has a side window. A large under stairs cupboard houses the manifold for underfloor heating and there is a further store cupboard.

Utility Room/Preparation Kitchen: A good practical space with fitted units having high-gloss cupboard doors and ample areas of work surface with matching surrounds and an inset single drainer sink unit. Undersurface space for utility appliances. A cupboard houses the Worcester boiler supplying gas-fired central heating.

Cloakroom/WC: Timber effect flooring, WC and wall-mounted wash hand basin with tiled surrounds.

First Floor Landing: Attractive timber doors with feature inlay to first floor rooms, feature timber balustrade above the stairwell and cupboard housing large hot water cylinder.

Master bedroom Suite: A wonderful space with large reveal, having full-height windows with good views towards the estuary, the Shaldon Bridge, Ringmore and countryside beyond. Further window with similar views. Recesses for wardrobes.

Luxury En Suite Shower Room: Beautifully tiled with timber effect flooring and a 3-piece suite comprising of a large shower cubicle with dual wall-mounted controls, a wall mounted wash hand basin with lit mirror over and a WC. Ladder-style radiator/towel rail.

Bedroom 2: Another pleasant room with views across parts of the town towards Dartmoor in the distance. Recess for wardrobe. 

Bedroom 3: Having some outlook and a recess for wardrobe. Family Bathroom: A lovely room with timber effect flooring and an attractive 3-piece suite with attractive tiled surrounds comprising of a P-bath with attached shower screen, mixer set and shower over, a wall-mounted wash hand basin with lit mirror over and WC.

Outside: A shared driveway opens to a private brick-paved driveway, flanked by walling and extending to a terrace with timber balustrade as well as a parking area. There is a wonderful south east-facing level walled garden, being over 70 feet in length and spanning beyond the width of the house. A paved terrace immediately behind provides a lovely space for alfresco dining, beyond which there is an expanse of lawn with bedding having a mature apple tree beyond. A paved path extends around the side of the house to a paved ramp leading back to the parking area and driveway. 

Specifications The Garden House is set in a large Victorian walled garden, which is partially laid to lawn and has mature trees including apple, fig, cherry, bay and magnolia.

There is a paved terrace and a block paved driveway.

The house is built using a 184 mm closed panel timber framed construction with high level insulation creating a U-value of 0.15.

The roof is made of natural slate and has a 3.8 kilowatt solar PV System.

Externally the house is constructed with a high tech/low maintenance ProRend Silicone Render System. The windows are slim framed 'A' rated powder coated aluminium double glazing and on the southern side of the house the windows are fitted with solar control glass.

The front elevation and porch are partially clad in treated premium grade natural cedar.

The porch is constructed from treated FSC sourced Iroko hardwood.

External doors are powder coated aluminium French Doors on to terrace.

Oak front door, back door and frame.

Internally the house is lined in Fermacell fibreboard, which has advantages over standard plasterboard.  

. It has a higher density, which means that load carrying of up to 50 kilos means no preparation prior to hanging cabinets, shelving etc. 

. Greater sound insulation  

. Fire, water resistant  

. Impact resistance The doors and architraves are oak veneer (except downstairs toilet door). 

Solid oak skirting Custom made hard wood Iroko staircase

Fully fitted en-suite shower room and family bathroom with illuminated mirrors with demister function. Ventilation is provided by low noise in line extractor fans.

Worcester Bosch high pressure, high capacity storage cylinder hot water system, with immersion heater to allow free heating of hot water via solar panels.

Heating system is underfloor heating on the ground floor with radiators on the first floor.

(There is an option for the buyer to fit a wood burner)

Luxury vinyl tiled floor fitted on the ground floor and upstairs bathrooms. 


Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
21 November 2017

Nearest stations

  • Teignmouth (0.4 mi)
  • Dawlish (2.8 mi)
  • Dawlish Warren (4.4 mi)
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Dart & Partners, Teignmouth

12 The Triangle, Teignmouth, TQ14 8AT

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01626 919049 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Teignmouth (0.4 mi)
  • Dawlish (2.8 mi)
  • Dawlish Warren (4.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Dart & Partners, Teignmouth

12 The Triangle, Teignmouth, TQ14 8AT

01626 919049 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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