4 bedroom terraced house for saleTotnes, South Devon TQ9
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- 3 Reception rooms
- 4 Bedrooms & 2 Loft Rooms
- Gas central heating
- 2 Parking spaces
- Level garden
- Woodland/country view
- No onward chain
THE PROPERTY A spacious family home with three reception rooms, four bedrooms, two attic rooms, a good sized enclosed rear garden and two parking spaces. The internal accommodation extends to 1,650 square feet. 3 Puddavine Terrace retains all the character of a Victorian/Edwardian house, with attractive old fireplaces, sash windows and picture rails.
Situated on the edge of Totnes, with a Dartington address, 3 Puddavine Terrace is within walking distance of the train station, Kind Edward VI Community College, Totnes Progressive School and the town centre. Views from the rear of the property are onto Dartington Hall Estate, which is a short walk from the house.
OUTSIDE In front of the house, steps lead up from a wrought iron gate alongside a front garden planted out as a shrubbery. Behind the house French doors in the dining room and in the garden room open onto a courtyard. Beyond the courtyard, a step leads to a small paved area and onto a good sized level garden laid to lawn and shrubs. At the end of the garden is a large cedar garden shed with four windows. There's also a gate giving access around the back of the terrace.
Two private parking spaces are just along the road.
DARTINGTON Dartington is a popular village within walking distance of Totnes along foot and cycle paths. It has a good range of facilities including a fine Victorian parish church, built from materials from a previous church at Dartington Hall, a post office/general stores, primary school, community centre, garage and public house. There is also a playing field, a nature trail along the attractive Bidwell Brook and the popular Cider Press Centre. The village is best known for Dartington Hall, its literature festivals and the many cultural facilities and events that it offers. The A38, within ten minutes' drive, connects to the M5 at Exeter.
TOTNES The unique and charming market town of Totnes sits above the River Dart in the heart of the South Hams. The town is one of Devon's gems, the birthplace of the Transition Town movement in England and nominated in British Airways' HighLife magazine as one of the world's top ten funky towns. Full of colour and character, its atmosphere is cosmopolitan with a West Country flavour and those looking for history, alternative therapies and beautiful countryside will find it in and around Totnes. The town is said to have more listed buildings per head of the population than anywhere else in Britain. With a twice-a-week market and full of small independent shops, it's well-known for ethical products, wholefoods and fair trade goods. It is the second oldest borough in England, with an ancient Guildhall and Church, a Norman Castle and its North and East Gates. There is a well-regarded community college and a mainline railway station and Dartmoor, the South Hams and many of its fine beaches are within easy reach.
HOW TO FIND IT TQ9 6EU Leave Totnes towards Dartington passing the police station on the left. The property is on the right after about half a mile. To park, drive into the Meadowside development of new brick houses, along Nellie's Wood View, and turn left into Higher Weir. On the right is parking for Puddavine Terrace. Park in one of the last two spaces on the left.
SERVICES All mains services connected.
ENTRANCE PORCH Panelled front door, tiled floor, electricity consumer unit, glazed inner door opening into:
HALL Carpeted staircase, radiator, floorboards.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM (SE) Fitted kitchen units with roll edge work surfaces, tiled surrounds, single drainer, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space for cooker with gas and electric cooker points, space for washing machine, matching wall cupboards, wood patterned lino flooring, sash window, wall mounted Baxi gas boiler for central heating and hot water, radiator.
CLOAKROOM Under the stairs with corner wash basin and tiled splashback, WC, extractor fan.
SITTING ROOM (SW) Fitted carpet, open fireplace with ornamental mantelpiece and stone hearth, fitted shelves either side of chimney breast, bay sash window with secondary glazing, radiator, moulded cornice, picture rail.
DINING ROOM (NE) Laminate flooring, radiator, French windows, built-in cupboard with shelves, picture rail.
GARDEN ROOM (NE & SE) Fitted carpet, double glazed French doors, casement window, Velux roof window.
LANDING Access to roofspace, fitted carpet, carpeted staircase, blanket cupboard with shelves.
BEDROOM (SW) Fitted carpet, bay sash windows, double radiator, Edwardian style cast iron fireplace, picture rail.
BEDROOM (NE) Fitted carpet, sash window, cast iron fireplace, radiator, picture rail.
BEDROOM (SW) Fitted carpet, radiator, sash window.
BATHROOM (SE) Bath with fully tiled surround and Mira shower fitting and curtain rail, wash basin, WC with tiled surrounds, lino floor, radiator, sash window, extractor fan.
BEDROOM (NE) Fitted carpet, radiator, sash window, cast iron fireplace.
LOFT ROOM Fitted carpet, radiator, Velux roof window.
LOFT ROOM Fitted carpet, radiator, alcove, Velux roof window.
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