4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Ashburton

£470,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Hall
  • Cloakroom
  • Sitting Room
  • Day/Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Shower Room
  • Secure Parking for Two Cars

Full description


74 East Street is located towards the upper end of East Street, one of the oldest roads within the historic South Dartmoor town of Ashburton. The town is noted for its fine period buildings many of which are of architectural and historical note. There are excellent local shops and amenities including post office, pharmacy, two butchers, bakers, delicatessen, health centre and cafes/restaurants, all of which are within convenient walking distance of the property. Local educational facilities within the town include primary and secondary schools along with Sands independent.

Ashburton is a centre for arts and crafts and a new community arts space has recently been acquired with the community-led purchase of the former Methodist church in West Street. The town lies just off the A38 Devon expressway which links the two Devon cities of Plymouth and Exeter where the road joins the M5 motorway. The market town of Newton Abbot lies about 8 miles to the south and has a mainline railway station, as does the town of Totnes. Ashburton is located within the southern boundary of Dartmoor National Park and the rugged landscape of the open moor is just a few minutes drive away.

This handsome Georgian town house is arranged over three floors and contains numerous character features including reclaimed pine woodblock flooring, sash windows, a central turned staircase and several attractive fireplaces. There are modern kitchen and bathroom fittings along with full gas fired central heating. All the rooms are attractively proportioned.

Immediately adjoining the rear of the house is gated parking for two cars - an extremely rare find for an Ashburton town house. Beyond the parking area lies a long walled garden with sunny southerly aspect. The garden is attractively divided into several distinct areas and is planted with many specimen shrubs and has lawns and a productive vegetable growing space.

DIRECTIONS
From the centre of Ashburton, proceed up East Street and number 74 will be found on the right hand side, by the turning to Hares Lane.


Hall 
Wood panelled front door with two glazed panes. Matwell. Wood-block floor. Dado wall rail. Radiator.

Cloakroom 
12’8’’ in length. White wc and wash basin. Wood-block floor. Dado wall rail. Radiator. Obscure glazed window.

Sitting Room 
12’6’’ x 11’9” Sash front and side windows to East Street. Open fireplace with slate surround, cast iron/tiled inserts and inscribed slate hearth. Fitted storage cupboards along the front wall. Picture rail. Alcove recess with shelving to side of chimney breast. Radiator. TV point.

Dining/Day Room 
18’6” x 12’ overall. Sash window overlooking the rear courtyard. Wood-block flooring. Large fireplace opening with feature painted stonework, slate hearth, timber lintel and housing wood-burner. China cupboard to side of chimney breast, with wall shelving over. Radiator. Ceiling spotlights. Telephone point. Two understairs storage cupboards. Turned staircase to first floor. TV and telephone points. Panelled door at rear of room to

Kitchen 
16’3’’ x 7’5’’ Fitted with a modern range floor and wall units, including larder cupboard, with solid wood work surfaces. One and a quarter bowl stainless steel sink unit. Integrated fridge-freezer. Rangemaster Professional dual fuel range with five burner hob, two ovens and grill and Rangemaster canopy filter hood over. Breakfast bar area. Electric heater to kickboard. Spotlights beneath work surfaces. Window overlooking the rear courtyard. Multi-paned side window. Small stained glass window.

Utility Porch 
7’5” x 5’4” Window. Plumbing for washing machine. High level shelving. Stable door to the outside.

First Half Landing 
Window and book shelving unit to wall. Dado rail.

First Floor Landing 
Ceiling spotlights. Dado rail. Deep storage cupboard with shelving.

Bedroom 1 
13’2” x 12’ Sash windows to the front and side aspects overlooking East Street. Fireplace with slate surround and ornate cast iron grate with tiled inserts. Picture rail. Radiator. Built-in storage cupboard. TV and telephone points.

Bedroom 2 
12’7” x 9’2” Multi-paned sash window to the rear aspect with views over surrounding hillsides. Stone fireplace opening with wood lintel. Book shelving and storage cupboard to side of chimney breast. Tall storage cupboard to opposite side of chimney breast. Telephone point. Radiator. TV and telephone points.

Bathroom 
8’7” x 5’9” Fitted with an attractive white suite of WC, wash basin and bath with mixer tap, shower attachment and glazed screen. Tiles to bath and basin. Shaver socket. Radiator. Sash window to rear aspect with views towards hillsides.

Second Half Landing 
Book shelving with cupboard beneath and high level window.

Second Floor Landing 
Ideal gas fired combination boiler.

Bedroom 3 
13’2” x 12’ Sash front and side windows with views along East Street. Ornate cast iron fireplace with wood surround. Radiator. Cupboard with access to roof space 1. TV and telephone points.

Bedroom 4 
12’7” x 6’4” Window to the rear aspect with outlook towards the hills. Ornate cast iron fireplace. Shelved wall recess. Radiator. Cupboard with access to roof space 2. TV and telephone points

Shower Room 
Modern white suite of WC, wash basin and large shower cubicle with mains fed overhead shower. Tiled to bath, basin and shower. Some wall panelling. Ceiling spotlights. Sash window to rear aspect overlooking hillsides. Shelving.

Outside 
Immediately adjoining the rear of the property is an ENCLOSED COURTYARD with log store, and gate to PARKING AREA (accessed via folding doors from Hares Lane) for two to three vehicles. There is a pedestrian access for two neighbouring properties over part of the parking area. Beyond the parking area lies the long walled garden. This is a real delight and is laid out with two lawned areas, a productive vegetable/soft fruits garden and contains numerous established shrubs, trees and interesting plants. The garden is very private and enjoys a sunny aspect.

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Added on Rightmove:
19 August 2017

Nearest station

  • Totnes (6.1 mi)
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01364 714004 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Totnes (6.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Howard Douglas, Ashburton

2 North Street, Ashburton, TQ13 7QD

01364 714004 Local call rate

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