4 bedroom cottage for sale

Radway Hill, Bishopsteignton

Offers in Excess of £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • WONDERFUL GRADE II LISTED CHARACTER COTTAGE
  • BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED AND RICH IN CHARACTER AND CHARM
  • SITTING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK FIREPLACE
  • DINING ROOM & FARMHOUSE-STYLE KITCHEN WITH AGA
  • UTILITY AND CLOAKROOM
  • FOUR BEDROOMS (EN SUITE TO MASTER)
  • MODERN FAMILY BATHROOM
  • GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
  • BEAUTIFULLY STOCKED COTTAGE STYLE GARDENS
  • PARKING, TIMBER GARAGE AND SUMMERHOUSE

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SITUATION/DESCRIPTION Marys Cottage is a truly delightful picture book style period cottage with stone and rendered elevations beneath a Devon thatch. The property was extended some years ago and provides well-proportioned family-sized accommodation with many character features and is presented in good decorative order throughout.

Marys Cottage is delightfully positioned within a small cluster of similarly-styled properties set close to the heart of ever- popular Bishopsteignton. Bishopsteignton is a desirable village with a strong sense of community, being set above and beside the beautiful Teign Estuary. The village has many local amenities including a Post Office/store, a chemist, a garden centre, a church, a village hall, a public house, a local real ale brewery, a vineyard and the Cockhaven Manor Hotel. Additionally there is a well-regarded primary school. The seaside town of Teignmouth is around 2-miles away, with its promenade, a sandy beach and a wide range of shops and amenities to include a Waitrose store, a mainline railway station, a secondary school, and many cafes and restaurants etc. The estuary offers good boating opportunities and Teignmouth golf course is approximately 2-miles away. There is a good accessibility is enjoyed to the A380, making for a fast commute to the cathedral city and county town of Exeter and the M5.

Within Marys Cottage a charming entrance porch opens to a dining room, rich in character with exposed beams. The delightful sitting room has an Inglenook style fire place, character beams and small-paned windows overlooking the pretty gardens. The lovely kitchen/breakfast room has a quarry tiled floor and provides a wonderful hub for the house with farmhouse styling and a gas-fired Aga, along with modern kitchen units with some integrated appliances, a pantry and doors opening to a pretty courtyard. On the first floor the master bedroom suite has a luxury en-suite shower room and a window with views taking in the estuary and beyond. Bedroom 2 is another well-proportioned room, also having some estuary views. Bedrooms 3 and 4 have views towards Dartmoor in the distance. There is a modern family bathroom with a contemporary-style suite and oak flooring. Outside, the sheltered and quintessential cottage-style gardens have a south west orientation and comprise of lawns and terraces, along with well-stocked areas of bedding and borders with a profusion of variety and colour. Additionally there is a summer house and a timber garage with parking beside. Marys Cottage has been completely re-thatched with water reed in 2017.

 

ENTRANCE/DINING ROOM To the front of the property there is an attractive paved entrance terrace with a balustrade. Glazed double doors open to an entrance porch with a tiled floor and a part panel and glazed inner door, which opens to the dining room. This being a particularly charming and welcoming space with exposed beams, a picture rail and a front-facing small paned window overlooking the front gardens. Recessed full height shelved cupboard. A panel and latch door opens to the...... 

SITTING ROOM Another wonderful dual aspect room rich in character and charm with exposed beams and with small paned windows overlooking the gardens. There is a feature inglenook-style fireplace with exposed stone surround and heavy beam over, along with a raised stone hearth upon which there is a log burning effect gas stove. Wall lights and picture rail. A panel and latch door opens to the stairs to the first floor.

 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Approached through a lobby with a quarry-tiled floor the kitchen/breakfast area is a particularly attractive space with farmhouse styling. The kitchen is set out in two parts, also with a quarry-tiled floor. There are numerous attractive floor and wall mounted units comprising of numerous cupboards and drawers with areas of timber effect work surface, and an inset one and a quarter bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap. There is a feature gas-fired AGA with an attractive tiled surround and carved display mantle with inset spotlights over. There is a built-in dishwasher and fridge, spotlights to the ceiling and French doors lead out onto and overlook the courtyard. The breakfast area also overlooks the courtyard and is the perfect place to set a dresser and kitchen table. Also within the kitchen area a part glazed stable door opens onto a second courtyard area, where the external gas-fired central heating boiler is housed. Additionally there is a useful shelved pantry with spotlights. 

UTILITY Having ceramic floor tiles and an area of timber effect work surface with under surface space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a space for a tumble drier beside. Built-in part shelved cupboard, a small paned window and a panel and latch door opens to..... 

CLOAKROOM/WC Ceramic floor tiles, low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Feature rustic-style balustrade, panel doors to first floor rooms and a second landing area/lobby has a door opening to steps up into a good-sized loft area. Recessed cupboard. 

BEDROOM 1 A delightful master bedroom suite, being dual aspect with the side window taking in views ncluding glimpses of the estuary and countryside beyond. Spotlights to ceiling, a panel and latch door opens to the..... 

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM A well proportioned en-suite with an opaque-glazed window and a modern luxury suite comprising of a large shower cubicle with dual shower heads being fully tiled with a seat, safety handrails, a spotlight and extractor fan. Pedestal hand wash basin with mirror and wall light above and a WC. Ladder-style radiator/towel rail. 

BEDROOM 2 A good sized double bedroom with exposed stonework to one wall and a recessed ornamental fireplace with a raised tiled hearth and beam over. A small-paned side facing window takes in views with glimpses of the estuary, countryside and Dartmoor in the distance. There are exposed beams and a recessed cupboard with hanging rail. 

BEDROOM 3 Another room rich in charm with exposed beams and a front facing small paned window with views towards parts of the village and Dartmoor in the distance. 

BEDROOM 4 Another lovely room with exposed beams and a front facing small paned window with some outlook. Built in cupboard/wardrobe with hanging rails. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Beautifully presented with an oak floor and a modern suite having travertine tiled surrounds comprising of a deep panel bath, a wall mounted wash hand basin and a WC. Medicine cabinet and an opaque glazed window. 

OUTSIDE Marys cottage is set in a lovely tucked away setting with a private lane approach. There is a parking area immediately in front of the gardens, being laid to stone chippings and with a timber garage/store beside, having power and light. Double gates flanked by character walling open to a path with a feature clematis arch over and outside lighting, which in turn leads to the front of the cottage. On one side of the path there is a paved area immediately in front of a charming stone and timber summerhouse with glazed entrance doors, windows and a vine growing over. This area opens to a paved area immediately in front of the cottage with well stocked areas of bedding beside. The main expanse of garden is laid to well-kept lawn and has well stocked borders. The gardens face approximately south west and enjoy quite a sheltered position. There are various small trees and palms and, above the main garden area steps lead up to terraced lawns from where wonderful views can be enjoyed towards Dartmoor in the distance. There is also paved courtyard area at the side with feature stone walling, a wisteria and raised borders. 


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 May 2018

Nearest stations

  • Teignmouth (2.0 mi)
  • Newton Abbot (3.1 mi)
  • Dawlish (3.8 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Teignmouth (2.0 mi)
  • Newton Abbot (3.1 mi)
  • Dawlish (3.8 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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