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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Mount Pleasant Road, Central Area, Brixham, TQ5

Sold STC £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4/5 Bed Double Fronted Victorian Terrace
  • Many Original Features
  • Generous Lounge & Sep Dining w/Log Burner
  • Stunning Bathroom/Shower Room
  • Stone Wall Courtyard Gardens
  • Large 2 Car Garage + Storage
  • Gas CH & uPVC DG
  • 5 Mins Walk To Town & Harbour

Full description

A rare opportunity to own a period 4/5 bed property with garage parking for 2 vehicles, a user friendly courtyard garden and just 5 minutes walk to town & Harbour. Featuring sealed original floorboards, wrought iron fireplaces and a log burner in the dining room, the property strongly appeals to those seeking character. The property is well presented and boasts modern features such as uPVC double glazed windows, soffits, fascias and rainwater goods. A truly stunning property and not one to be missed!

Entrance Hall - Serving all principal downstairs rooms. Understairs storage cupboard. Stairs (see later).

Office / Bedroom 5 - 9'5 x 6'7 (2.87m x 2.01m) - (Extends to 8'4" - 2.54m). Window onto front. Built-in storage cupboards. Radiator. Plug sockets. Telephone point.

Lounge - 11'2 x 10'5 (3.40m x 3.18m) - A pretty room with original feature fireplace. The exposed stone walls and chimney breast have been painted which creates a very light and airy feel in this front room overlooking the town.

Dining - 12'7 x 11'3 (3.84m x 3.43m) - Large enough for a table to seat 8. A charming room with exposed stone walls that have been painted to tie in with the living room theme. A large log burner is the focal point of the room. There is a large understairs storage cupboard that it is believed to have historically provided an access staircase down into what is now the garage. This could possibly be reinstated providing useful internal access to the store/garage.

Kitchen - 13'4 x 6'9 (4.06m x 2.06m) - A range of wall and base units. Solid wood tops. Terracotta floor tiling. Electric oven with gas hob over. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer.

Breakfast Area - 8'10 x 7'2 (2.69m x 2.18m) - Space for a small table and chairs with double doors opening out onto backyard.

Landing area leading to...

Bathroom - 12'3 x 8'4 (3.73m x 2.54m) - (At average). Brimming with character! A sizeable bathroom flooded with light from its 3 obscure glazed windows facing onto both aspects. There is an early Victorian toilet with high level cistern and chain flush, a period feature sink and on a plinth, a large roll edge stand alone bath.

There is also a shower cubicle with glass door. Shelved cupboard space is built in at the rear of the bathroom with a cupboard housing the gas combi boiler next to it. Radiator. Wall lights.

First Floor -

Bedroom 1 - 12'11 x 11' (3.94m x 3.35m) - Facing out onto the rear patio garden. A beautiful room featuring the original cast iron fireplace with timber mantle and surround. Polished and sealed floorboards in excellent condition. Wall lights. Radiator. Plug sockets.

Bedroom 2 - 11'7 x 11'2 (3.53m x 3.40m) - Another beautiful room, looking out from the front of the property. This time with views across the town. The original features such as the fireplace with built-in cupboards either side of the chimney breast and exposed sealed floorboards are continued in this room. Radiators and plug sockets.

Bedroom 3 - 11'2 x 7'7 (3.40m x 2.31m) - A single room enjoying views from the front of the property over town. Exposed timber floorboards.

The beautifully sculpted spiral staircase leading to the second floor commands attention from the first floor landing with its hand sculpted plaster work and 'lookout point' window.

Bedroom 4 - 15'1 x 15' (4.60m x 4.57m) - (Reduced head height). A charming room located in the roof space but one where head height is only minimally reduced, a fully useable room! 2 Velux windows and 1 dormer window off the rear create a lovely light and airy space. With open eaves storage space and a curtained cupboard space with hanging rails (suitable as a wardrobe) this double room is one of the star attractions of the house.

Outside -

Front - Stone pillars sit either side of the short driveway leading down to garage.

Garage - 22'5 x 20'5 (6.83m x 6.22m) - (Narrowing to15'1 - 4.60m). A rarity for the road! A great size garage under the house with parking for 2 vehicles + storage space. Light and power. Up and over garage door. Gas Meter.

Rear - A beautiful stone walled patio garden set on large flagstones rising to a higher terrace with additional seating and a pretty stone rockery with planted shrubs. Some open views are available over towards Southdown Hill. All in all, a very light and open user friendly outside space, a rarity for the road!

Council Tax Band C -

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