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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Courtenay Park, Newton Abbot

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Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Victorian Villa
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Eat-In Kitchen
  • Conservatory & Cellar
  • Front & Rear Gardens
  • Garage Parking
  • Prestigious Address
  • Views Over Courtenay Park
  • Coast & Country Professional Photography

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A fine grade ll listed period home situated on exclusive Courtenay Park in the heart of Newton Abbot. Having been the subject of sympathetic updating over recent years but retaining a wealth of period features including; fireplaces, window shutters and a handsome staircase and landing with roof lantern over flooding it with natural light. The kitchen and bathroom have modern fittings in keeping in style with the properties age. The bathroom has a roll top bath and separate shower cabinet and the farmhouse style kitchen adjoins a delightful double glazed conservatory with in keeping tiled floor, which provides access to the level rear garden. There is also a useful cellar with good head height, this currently provides storage space, yet offers potential for other uses (stp). From its slightly elevated position the property enjoys lovely views to the front over the park, with expanses of lawns, bowling green and bandstand in the foreground. To the rear is a charming town garden, of a good usable size with lawn, terrace and ornamental plants. This enjoys a surprising level of privacy as it is enclosed by old stone walls. At the rear is a lock up garage with door to the garden.

Newton Abbot is a thriving Market town which offers a vibrant and attractive town centre with delightful mix of long established independent traders and national branded chains as well as an array of public houses, coffee shops and restaurants all within a virtually level walk. The property is also convenient for the mainline railway station with high speed link to London. 

Accommodation Heavy timber entrance door with front light over opening to

Entrance Vestibule
Part glazed inner door to

Reception Hallway
Stripped timber floor. Handsome staircase to first floor, part galleried landing with glazed roof lantern providing much natural light. Door and staircase to cellar. Doors, thought to be the original internal doors, opening to:

14' 9" (4.5m) x 12' 0" (3.66m)
Refurbished sash window enjoying a lovely open aspect across Courtenay Park. Decorative fireplace with marble surround.

Dining Room
12' 3" (3.73m) x 10' 6" (3.2m)
An excellent second reception room with French doors opening to the walled rear garden.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room
18' 1" (5.5m) x 11' 3" (3.43m)
An impressive and functional space with plenty of room for a table. Selection of base and eye level cabinets. Integrated fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher with matching doors. Space for range cooker. 1 ¼ bowl sink unit and further stainless steel sink. Integrated microwave. Window to side and twin glazed doors opening to

9' 6" (2.9m) x 7' 3" (2.2m)
Of modern timber construction with double glazing, glazed roof and sizable door to garden, finished in a period style with tiled floor.
12' 6" (3.8m) x 9' 3" (2.82m)
Previously used as an office with good head height and well style windows.

First Floor Landing
Part galleried and approached over a ¾ landing all flooded with natural light through a glazed roof lantern.

Bedroom 1
19' 3" (5.87m) x 12' 6" (3.81m)
A most impressive master bedroom with 2 refurbished sash windows overlooking the park. Polished strip timber flooring. Decorative fireplace surround.

Bedroom 2
12' 6" (3.81m) x 10' 6" (3.2m)
Overlooking the rear. Decorative fireplace.

Bedroom 3
11' 11" (3.63m) x 9' 0" (2.75m)
Overlooking the rear garden. Decorative fireplace.

Beautifully fitted with a modern, yet in keeping suite, including a free-standing roll top bath, oversized shower cabinet, close coupled wc and pedestal wash basin. Radiator / towel rail.

To the front a wrought iron gateway opens to a sweeping pathway leading though neatly tended lawns to the front garden.

At the rear the garden is a real treat with old stone walls enclosing it. Mainly laid to lawn with inset planting and delightful terrace the rear garden offers a surprising level of privacy.

Good size garage to the rear. Residents parking permit scheme details from Teignbridge District Council
( - 01626 361101)

Partners Comments

"In over 25 years of local estate agency, number 10 Courtenay Park is without doubt one of the best Victorian properties I have had the privilege to market. The terrace of three, known as 'Peamore Villa', is reputed to have been built around 1840. About the same time the Railway came to Newton Abbot and the town experienced much expansion. The park this house is situated on was the work of the earl of Devon, William Courtenay and was laid out and developed around 1854. With its wonderful accommodation and delightful garden this is an important local property which can only be fully appreciated by an internal inspection."


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Added on Rightmove:
28 May 2016


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