5 bedroom detached house for saleWestern Road, St Marychurch, Devon, TQ1
Offers in Excess of
- Substantial Period Home
- Self-Contained 1 Bed Apartment
- Income potential
- 5 Double Bedrooms
- 3 Large Reception Rooms
- Large lawned Garden
- Parking & Garage
Large characterful detached 5 bedroom period home with self contained apartment. Substantial impressive property, Income potential, 5 double bedrooms, 3 large reception rooms, spacious lawned garden, parking & garage. EPC Band E.
Situation - Located in an elevated position on Western Road in St Marychurch the property benefits from a lovely green outlook over the surrounding area. St Marychurch is one of the more sought after neighbourhoods in Torquay and is set to the north of Torquay's bustling harbourside and town centre. Whilst it enjoys all of the facilities that Torquay has to offer it still retains its very own identity and independence. Many of the parks, grand villas, and features that made this particular village, as it then was, so attractive to the Victorians still exist today. Along with Babbacombe it has its very own promenade, beach, theatre, shops, restaurants, pubs (such as the popular Cary Arms) and of course the world famous Model Village.
Further afield the regional capital of Exeter provides all of the big brand shopping and dining experiences that one could wish for. Exeter's International Airport offers a wide variety of business and leisure destinations within Europe and beyond.
Description - Believed to have been constructed in the early 1900's this substantial period house retains much of the character and charm of that era with spacious rooms, high ceilings and elegant staircase. The main house is traditionally laid out over two levels with four double bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor, three spacious reception rooms off the impressive reception hall, as well as a 5th bedroom/study with adjacent shower room. Next to the main kitchen is a second kitchen/utility room. With its own entrance there is a separate one bedroom apartment on the lower ground floor which can provide a useful source of income.
Accommodation - The entrance vestibule opens up to a large sun room, a sizeable room with views across the surrounding area, French doors open up onto the decked patio. The original period door leads to the impressive hallway where the ornate Victorian staircase rises to the first floor. Off the hallway are two large reception rooms, both currently used as sitting rooms, however one could be utilised as a formal dining room. The sitting room has a large bay window and ornate fire surround with inset electric fire. There are two kitchens in the property, the main kitchen has a range of matching base and wall units, with a breakfast bar to one side. There is space for a gas freestanding cooker and fridge/freezer. The second kitchen would also make a sizeable utility room with a range of wall and base units, inset sink, inset electric hob with extractor, built in oven, space for a dishwasher or washing machine, a door accesses the outside. The 5th bedroom is also on this floor, a double room located next to a shower room with wash basin and WC.
Off the spacious landing are four double bedrooms, the two larger rooms have far reaching views to the rear of the property. Bedrooms 3 and 4 both have en suite WCs. The family bathroom has a shower over the bath, wash basin and WC with part tiled walls.
The garden apartments front door leads into the kitchen with a range of storage units, inset sink, space for a freestanding cooker, space for a washing machine and fridge. An inner hallway makes a useful storage area and leads to the generous sitting room and spacious double bedroom, off which is a dressing room, . The part tiled bathroom has a bath with shower over, basin and WC.
Garden & Grounds - The property benefits from an unusually large garden, and the main area of lawn is level. To the front there is gated driveway parking leading to a decked patio from where there are great views over the surrounding area. There is a detached single garage. A pedestrian gate gives the garden flat its own access from the road. The rear garden can be accessed from either side of the house and is set on a lower level. The lawned rear garden has mature trees and shrubs to the boundaries and has a sunny south westerly aspect.
Services - Mains drainage, water, gas and electricity. Main house - gas central heating. Flat - electric storage heaters.
Local Authority - Torbay District Council, Town Hall, Castle Circus, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 3DR.
Tel: 01803 201 201.
Viewing Arrangement - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags on 01803 200160.
Directions - From Stags offices proceed along the Strand to the clock tower roundabout known as the Mallock Memorial, turn left and proceed up Torwood Street, follow this road that becomes the Babbacombe Road (B3199), continue past the centre of St Marychurch and at the first roundabout, turn left onto Petitor Road, keep going straight and the road bears round to the right onto Park Road. Take the third turning on your left onto Western Road and the property can be found shortly on your left.
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