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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Exeter Road, Kingsteignton

Sold by Us £180,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Two-bedroom, mid-terrace house
  • Plenty of character
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Open-plan living/dining room
  • Wood-burning stove
  • Galley-style kitchen
  • Enclosed garden
  • Garage with utility area
  • uPVC sun-room
  • Close to amenities

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A mid-terraced house with two-bedrooms, an enclosed garden, a garage and parking in the heart of the town of Kingsteignton, with easy access to the market town of Newton Abbot and to the A380 to Torbay, Exeter and the M5.

A wrought-iron gate leads from the pavement through the walled front garden, with paving and an area of gravel and potted plants, to the front door.

Inside the property feels warm and welcoming, with stylish decoration and plenty of character with thick walls, varnished floorboards, fireplaces and chimney breasts. A small, carpeted hallway has a door to a convenient downstairs cloakroom, with a WC and basin and an opening through the thick wall leads into a spacious, open-plan living/dining room. The dining area with varnished floorboards and a decoratively-tiled fireplace that makes a lovely feature and focal point for the room, and there is plenty of room for six or eight around a table, perfect for any occasion. The living area has a large fireplace, fitted with a wood-burning stove, wonderful on a dark, wintery night. A staircase rises to the first floor and there is a cupboard built into the chimney breast recess. The kitchen is in a galley style, with a slate-tiled floor, plenty of dark worktops, with tiled-splashbacks, and a range of contrasting white, high and low-level units, complete with under-cabinet lighting, providing ample storage. A fan-oven sits beneath a gas hob and extractor hood, there is a white, ceramic sink and draining board, an integrated fridge and space beneath the worktop for other appliances. A door leads into a small uPVC sun-room with views of, and access to, the garden.

Upstairs, there are two light and airy bedrooms, a double, stylishly decorated, with varnished floorboards and a cupboard built-into a chimney breast recess, and a single, carpeted, with a built-in wardrobe, a cupboard containing a gas combi-boiler, that provides heating and hot water on demand.

Outside, the rear garden is charming and fully enclosed making it safe for children and pets. Paved, with timber-edged beds of plants and shrubs, it is a real sun-trap, and enjoys many hours of summer sunshine and is ideal for a barbecue, picnic tea, or for sharing a bottle of wine with family and friends. An arbour seat, with a slate roof, is a fabulous place to enjoy the sunshine with a crossword or magazine perhaps. A door leads into the rear of the garage, which has lights, power, barn-style doors and a utility room at the rear with worktops and storage, a sink and space, with plumbing, for a washing machine.

A path with a wrought-iron gate leads to the driveway in front of the garage, where there is additional parking for at least three cars, accessed from Ley Lane. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 October 2017


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