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Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Porch
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen-Dining Room
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Gas Fired Heating
  • Delightful Enclosed Courtyard

Full description

2 Market Street is a traditional terraced cottage dating back several hundred years in parts and listed grade II.

In 2007 the property was comprehensively refurbished and has an attractive kitchen with integrated appliances, modern white bathroom suite and gas fired central heating.

The living room features a lovely fireplace with wood-burner and an original heavy wood ceiling beam. All the rooms are of a good size and we strongly recommend an internal viewing. We understand the property has a flying freehold.

There is a very useable courtyard garden immediately adjoining the rear of the cottage with a couple of useful outhouse stores.

Market Street is located within a level walk of Buckfastleigh town centre where there is a post office, pharmacy, co-operative stores, newsagents, primary school and health centre. The town lies within the boundary of Dartmoor National Park with the rugged landscape of the moor forming the backdrop.

The A38 Devon Expressway allows quick and easy access to the cities of Plymouth and Exeter.

From the centre of Buckfastleigh proceed into Chapel Street. At the end of Chapel Street the road bears sharp right into Market Street where number 2 will be found after a very short distance on the right. Unrestricted road parking is available a little further along Market Street.

Delightful courtyard positioned at the rear of the cottage approx 17'4'' x 14'6'' enclosed by natural stone walls. Raised shrubbery bed, cold tap, light and power socket. Two useful stores (one log store).

9'4'' x 8' White suite of metal bath with side wall mounted mixer tap and end wall mounted overhead shower, pedestal wash basin and WC. Radiator. Wood laminate flooring. Window to rear aspect.

Entrance Porch 
Exposed stonework to one wall. Timber and glazed door from Market Street. Built-in coats/storage cupboard also housing gas and electric meters.

Living Room 
16'6'' x 16'3'' maximum overall dimensions. Window to front aspect. Fireplace with wood-burner on slate hearth. Large central ceiling beam. Radiator. Telephone and TV points. Understair storage cupboard. Ceiling spotlights. Glazed door at rear of room to

Kitchen - Dining Room 
15' x 12'6'' Attractive range of cream fronted units with solid wood worktops. Butlers sink with chrome mixer tap. Built-in electric oven with five burner gas hob and concealed filter hood over. Slate tiled flooring. Integrated under-counter fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Gas fired combination boiler. Ceiling spotlights. Shelved pantry cupboard. Radiator. Side window and window overlooking courtyard at the rear. Door with glazed panel to courtyard.

First Floor Landing 
Side window. Radiator. Hatch to roof space.

Bedroom 1 
12'2'' x 12'8'' plus deep recess at rear of room. Sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Built-in cupboards. Feature coloured glass panel to wall.

Bedroom 2 
17' x 8'10'' Sash window to front aspect. Attractive exposed floorboards. Period fireplace with cast-iron grate.

Bedroom 3 
14'2'' x 7'10'' Window overlooking courtyard at the rear. Exposed floorboards. Radiator. Telephone point.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
21 November 2017


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