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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Bidders Close, Stoke Fleming, TQ6

Sold by Us £200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Double Fronted Terraced House
  • Large Lounge Diner
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Double Glazed
  • Level Garden
  • Beautiful Far Reaching Sea Views
  • Quiet Cul-De-Sac
  • Sought After Location
  • Devon Restricted (Section 157)

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A very substantial 1950's built semi-detached home that's an unpolished gem. It's situated in a very peaceful cul-de-sac close to the centre of this very pretty village and is double fronted. The accommodation is very good with a large lounge diner on the first floor and an adjacent kitchen that would be big enough to eat in. There is also some outbuildings that offer storage, space for a full utility room and a downstairs W.C. There are three bedrooms on the first floor and a family bathroom. All of the rearward windows enjoy far reaching sea view with mostly green space between this home an the cliff top. This home needs updating, kitchen and bathroom and decorating throughout. There is considerable value to be added to this property.

*****This home is subject to a Devon restriction (Section 157) - You must have lived or worked (or a combination of the two) in Devon for three years prior to purchase.

Entrance Hall
Level access from roadside level to a UPVC double glazed door with an inset obscure glazed panel with leaded style inserts. There is a night storage heater and large under-stairs storage cupboard, stairs up to bedroom level and doors to:

Lounge/Dining Room
A very bright and sizeable room with UPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect and to the rear which is overlooking the garden and offering significant 180-degree sea views. There is a fireplace in situ, 1950's tiled with a tiled hearth, not in use but easily recommissioned. The room narrows down to a dining area, room for a six seater dining suite.

Kitchen / Breakfast
Rear aspect UPVC double glazed, again offering views over the garden and 180-degree sea views. There is a basic set of oak fronted base and eye level units with rolled edge work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. The sink is inset, stainless steel wth a mixer tap over. A range cooker is in place, solid fuel, with a hot plate and oven below. There is also a traditional size walk-in larder. This kitchen is of good size, and room for a small breakfast table. There is a door to a covered lobby that offers a weatherproof walk-through access from the front to the back. A cloakroom is adjacent to this structure, another large storage cupboard, and a room easily big enough to convert to a utility - even that space has great views.

First Floor Landing
Side aspect UPVC double glazed windows at the bottom and top of the stairway offer good natural lighting. The first floor landing has access to the loft void and a built in airing cupboard with an immersion heater within. A night storage heater is also fitted. Doors to:

Bedroom One
A large double with a small wardrobe recess at one end. This has a large rear aspect UPVC double glazed window set that enjoys magnificent far reaching sea views.

Bedroom Two
Another good size double room, again, with a rear aspect set of UPVC double glazed windows that enjoys that same far reaching sea views.

Bedroom Three
A large single, described in most modern houses as a small double. There is a front aspect UPVC double glazed window.

Bathroom
Side aspect UPVC obscure double glazed window. Featuring a three piece coloured suite comprising a panel bath with a mixer tap and shower attachment over. There is an adjacent pedestal wash hand basin and a close-coupled W.C.

Outside
Front:

An oversize lawned garden area due to the double fronted nature of the home. There is a central pathway dividing a lawned area and a large flower bed. The perimeter is a mix of stone walls and natural foliage. A UPVC courtesy door offers access through to an inner lobby area, and on into the garden.

Rear:

Backing onto a large paddock with a far reaching 180-degree sea view. It's partial patio, lawn and vegetable areas. There is a glass greenhouse in place, and the perimeter borders are block to the side and chain link fencing at the sea end. There is an outside tap and coal bunker. Just like the house there's lots of potential here, it's very quiet and an idyllic space to while away the hours.


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