2 bedroom semi-detached house for saleSouth Crescent, The Grove, Totnes, Devon, TQ9
- Attractive terraced home
- Totnes central location
- Two double bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Pretty cottage garden and views
- Peaceful tucked away location
- Private parking
A characterful and well presented 2 bedroom Victorian terraced home situated on the edge of Totnes town centre. Attractive terraced home with two reception rooms, pretty cottage garden and views, private parking, peaceful tucked away location. EPC Band D
Situation - Nicely presented stone and brick built Victorian 2 bedroom terraced home situated within a 2-minute stroll of both the High Street and Fore Street in Totnes. The property enjoys an attractive south facing walled garden with far reaching views and has its own parking space to the front of the house. 2 South Crescent is situated in a small private residential lane tucked away on the southern edge of the town centre.
Totnes is a bustling market town full of interest and with a range of independent shops and recreational facilities. The town is one of Devon's gems, full of colour and character, that stems from a rich cultural, historical and archaeological heritage. The facilities include a hospital, a wide range of good local schools, a supermarket, interesting range of independent shops and galleries together with riverside walks, the Guild Hall, churches and its very own Norman Castle. There is a mainline railway station to London Paddington. Totnes allows easy communication with the rest of the country, the A38 Devon expressway is approximately 6 miles away, allowing speedy access to the cities of Exeter and Plymouth and the country beyond.
Description - The property, which has gas central heating and is fully double glazed, is an attractive and well presented 2 double bedroom terraced home offering many character features including some original fireplaces and side cupboards from approx 1898 when the house was built.
There is a feature gas light over the main bedroom fireplace, dating back to the time when South Crescent was occupied by employees of the gas works and are believed to have been the first homes in Totnes to enjoy this innovation. In the bathroom is a period acid-etched mirror from the 1930's. To the rear, the house has a wrap-around conservatory, peaceful cottage garden and is offered in good decorative order with private parking.
Accommodation - Entrance door leading to porch and half glazed door into hall. Stairs rising to first floor. Sitting room with front aspect and recently fitted multi-fuel burner with cupboards and shelving to either side of the fireplace.
The dining room has a fireplace with living flame gas fire inset on tiled hearth and original storage cupboards to either side with shelves over. Walk in understairs cupboard.
Doorway leads to kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base units including space for washing machine or dishwasher, space for gas cooker and space for fridge. A window and half glazed door provides access to the uPVC double glazed conservatory which has polycarbonate roof and stone wall round the end utility area where there is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tall freezer. Ground floor WC and door to the garden.
On the first floor, the landing gives access to a good sized loft via an easy to use timber pull-down ladder. The loft space is fully boarded and lit by a Velux window to the south and with high roof pitch offers a large storage space or potential conversion to another bedroom, subject to any necessary consents.
Bedroom 1 is an attractive and spacious room with feature fireplace and aspect to the front. Bedroom 2 also offers an original fireplace and rear aspect. The family bathroom has white suite including panel bath with a Triton wall mounted electric shower over within a fully tiled recess.
Outside - To the front of the property is a private parking space. Behind the conservatory is a small paved patio area with shared covered secure access to the front.
Steps rise to a path leading to the peaceful and private garden which is attractively laid out and with stone walls to three sides enjoys a high degree of seclusion. There is a range of shrubs and trees including a fig, an apple tree and soft fruit bushes. To one side is a timber shed and aluminium framed polycarbonate greenhouse.
On the other side is a paved terrace with southerly views across Totnes to the countryside beyond.
Services - Mains water, drainage, gas, electricity.
Local Authority - South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags on 01803 865454.
Directions - From the bottom of the Totnes High Street, walk up towards the Clock Tower and turn left just before it into South Street. Continue along this road until it forks, take the left fork which is immediately left into The Grove. South Crescent is the first turning on the left hand side and number 2 being located approximately 50 yds along on the left hand side.
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