3 bedroom terraced house for saleStation Road, Bovey Tracey
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- Mid-terrace property and commercial premises
- Entrance hallway with storage
- Dining room with plenty of natural light
- Well-equipped kitchen
- Light and airy living room
- Three double bedrooms
- Courtyard garden
- Outbuilding/store/utility area
- Chiropodist commercial premises
- Prominent position
An opportunity to purchase a mid-terrace, three-bedroom maisonette and commercial premises, in a prominent position, in the heart of the sought-after town of Bovey Tracey.
The front door with a decoratively-glazed panel leads into a hallway with hanging space for winter coats and a staircase rising to the first floor, with useful storage beneath. On the ground floor, wood-effect laminate flooring from the hallway flows into a dining room, with a papered feature wall, two windows to the courtyard garden, providing plenty of light, and ample space for six around a dining table, perfect for any occasion. The kitchen is a good size, with a durable vinyl floor and plenty of solid wood worktops with tiled splash backs, and an inset Belfast sink beneath the window to the garden. A range of solid oak units, provide plenty of storage, and well-equipped too, there is a built-in double oven, a separate gas hob, and space beneath the worktop for a dishwasher. A cupboard at the rear, has a condensing gas boiler and storage, and a stable door leads to the rear garden.
Upstairs, a split-level landing has built in storage and airing cupboards. One side leads to a light and airy living room, which has a cupboard built into a chimney breast recess, and papered walls, and to a bathroom, part-tiled with a P-bath, shower, and curved glass screen above, a WC and a pedestal basin. The other side of the landing leads to three bedrooms, all light and airy doubles. The master with oak laminate floor, a papered feature wall, and display storage built into a fireplace, and two further good-sized bedrooms. The landing has space for a study area, and a hatch in the ceiling, providing loft access.
Outside, the courtyard garden has a terrace of timber decking, ideal for alfresco dining or a family barbecue, and the remainder is of hardstanding, with a walled bed of decorative gravel, and a couple of small trees, with potted plants and shrubs, and an outside tap, for the watering. A large outbuilding, has plenty of storage space and a utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. There is scope to knock through the rear wall to convert to a garage, subject to the necessary approval. A gate at the rear of the garden leads to a rear service area, where, whilst there is no available parking, there is vehicular access for loading and unloading.
The commercial premises, currently a chiropodist, is beautifully presented, and has a reception, consultation room, treatment room, a cloakroom, with a WC and basin, and a small kitchenette. The front door and shop window fronts onto the main road, and there is a rear door to the courtyard garden.
There is no parking with this property, however, on-road parking is available on neighbouring streets, or a permit can be purchased for the nearby car park.
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