4 bedroom detached house for sale

Barnpark Road, Teignmouth

Guide Price £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • WELL PRESENTED, SPACIOUS DETACHED HOUSE
  • FAVOURED EAST TEIGNMOUTH LOCATION
  • SITTING ROOM WITH LOG BURNER, STUDY/SNUG, STYLISH KITCHEN/DINER
  • 4 BEDROOMS, MASTER EN-SUITE & BALCONY
  • VIEWS ACROSS TOWN TOWARDS THE SEA
  • GENEROUS SOUTH-WEST FACING GARDENS
  • GARAGE, EXTERNAL UTILITY & STORE
  • DRIVEWAY & PARKING
  • NO CHAIN

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

41 Barnpark Road is well-located, "tucked away" but within a quarter of a mile of Teignmouth town centre, the railway station and promenade. Teignmouth is positioned on the lovely South Devon coastline, approximately 13 miles from the cathedral city and county town of Exeter. The fine promenade with sandy beaches has a classic crescent of imposing Georgian buildings. There are boating opportunities on the estuary and the "back beach" has a selection of pubs and restaurants in a superb marine setting. The town has a wide variety of independent shops and cafes, along with a Waitrose supermarket and several excellent public houses. There is a further supermarket on the west side of the town, along with a recently opened theatre and bowling club close to the sea front. Teignmouth has several primary schools, along with a well-regarded secondary school/Community College, which is a relatively easy walk away from Barnpark Rd and Trinity School, being a private school offering both primary and secondary education. There is a mainline railway station offering a direct link to London Paddington. The junction to the A380 via the B3192 is just under 5-miles away, which can be used to access the A38 and the M5, offering an easy commute to Exeter and beyond.

Built in the early 1960's 41 Barnpark Road is a well-proportioned detached residence well-positioned and orientated with generous predominantly south-west facing landscaped gardens and with almost every room within the house having good elevated views across the valley and towards the bay. The property has an appealing approach with the frontage having mature trees, making a pleasant and relatively private sylvan setting. The entrance hall has attractive timber flooring and opens to a cloakroom and the receptions. The sitting room is particularly appealing with good views and a log burner. There is a comfortable study/snug and the open-plan kitchen/diner has stylish units with oak work surfaces, some integrated appliances and outstanding views with the dining room having French doors to an outside terrace. To the first floor the landing has excellent and extensive storage cupboards and the master bedroom suite is particularly appealing with high quality en suite shower room and balcony, taking full advantage of the views. There are three further double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom with separate WC. The is an external utility room and a useful store, along with the garage and ample parking. The gardens are a particular delight with landscaped terraces, perfect for al fresco dining and summer entertaining, mature well stocked areas of bedding, lawns and a vegetable garden.

From the part-paved entrance area a timber and part-double glazed door leads to the: 

ENTRANCE PORCH: A welcoming space with coat hooks, uPVC double glazed windows and tiled flooring. A part-glazed inner door with panelling and glass work beside leads to the: 

RECEPTION HALL: An attractive reception space with timber flooring and stairs with a feature balustrade rising to the first floor. There is a good-sized under stairs cloaks area with built-in unit, having a store cupboard and open shelves. Spotlights, doors to principal rooms, radiator. 

CLOAKROOM/WC: Exposed floor boards, uPVC double opaque glazed window. WC, wall mounted wash hand basin. 

SITTING ROOM: A lovely room with a light and spacious feel having a walk-in uPVC double glazed dual aspect bay window with good views over the gardens and having a westerly aspect across the valley as well as views towards the sea with Babbacombe and the Orestone in the distance, as well as taking in views across the town towards a local coastal feature know as The Ness with rolling countryside beyond. Feature fireplace with timber surround, raised hearth and feature inset log-burning stove. Two radiators, uPVC double glazed side window. 

STUDY/SNUG: An appealing and comfortable room, having exposed timber flooring, a uPVC double glazed window enjoys good views. Radiator, recess with open shelves. 

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: A lovely open-plan room providing a good "hub" for the house with timber effect flooring throughout and the spacious dining area having uPVC double glazed French doors with windows beside, taking in views as described and leading to the rear terrace, providing a good sense of inside/outside living. Feature arched opening to: 

KITCHEN: The attractive kitchen is fitted with a stylish range of units with numerous cupboards and drawers and extensive area of oak work surface having complementary tiled surrounds. There is an inset "butler" sink with a mixer tap over and a built in 4-ring Smeg gas hob with double oven beneath, an integrated dishwasher, spotlights and a uPVC double glazed window with good views similar to those described. A uPVC double glazed door leads to the outside at the side and there is a useful walk-in shelved pantry.

To the first floor the landing has spotlights, a feature balustrade and extensive fitted cupboards, one of which serves as an airing cupboard with the hot water cylinder. There are spotlights, two uPVC double glazed windows, a radiator and doors to the first floor rooms. 

THE MASTER BEDROOM SUITE: A lovely room with uPVC double glazed door with windows to either side leading to a balcony with balustrade. Through these windows and door and from the balcony wonderful views are enjoyed over the town and to the sea beyond as described. 

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: uPVC double opaque glazed window. Ceramic floor tiles. Attractive suite and fully tiled walls, with the suite comprising of a large walk-in shower area with dual attachments, a wash hand basin set into a surface with cupboard below and unit with inset mirror with spotlights above. WC. 

ADDITIONAL BEDROOMS: There are three further first floor double bedrooms, one of which is currently in use as a study, with uPVC double glazed widows enjoying good views as described. 

FAMILY BATHROOM: Attractive full-height tiling to the walls along with a tiled floor. Modern two-piece suite comprising of a panel bath, having an attached shower screen and an electric shower over. Vanity unit with contemporary-style wash hand basin with cupboard and drawers below. Ladder-style radiator/towel rail, shaver light, uPVC double opaque glazed window. 

SEPARATE WC: uPVC double opaque glazed window, spotlights, wall mounted wash hand basin. WC. 

OUTSIDE: A gated entrance opens to a driveway with a paved parking area beside and bedding with mature trees giving the frontage a lovely sylvan feel. The driveway descends to the garage, being of a good size with up and over door, power and light. Steps descend to the entrance area with outside lighting and a side courtyard gives access to a useful block-built store/workshop with light as well as the outside Utility Room, a really useful space with a tiled floor, the wall mounted boiler supplying central heating, space and plumbing for utility items and a single drainer sink unit with cupboard below.

To the rear of the property a paved terrace provides a lovely space to contemplate the surroundings and views. The lovely mature gardens have a south-westerly aspect and interconnecting areas of bedding with meandering pathways and steps in between. There are numerous shrubs and specimen plants including a mature acer and palm. A paved terrace at a lower level is another appealing space and there is a lawn set within the lower gardens as well as a vegetable garden. There is outside lighting and the garden is principally enclosed by character walling. 


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29 November 2017

Nearest stations

  • Teignmouth (0.1 mi)
  • Dawlish (2.5 mi)
  • Dawlish Warren (4.0 mi)
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12 The Triangle, Teignmouth, TQ14 8AT

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Nearest stations

  • Teignmouth (0.1 mi)
  • Dawlish (2.5 mi)
  • Dawlish Warren (4.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Dart & Partners, Teignmouth

12 The Triangle, Teignmouth, TQ14 8AT

01626 919049 Local call rate

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