2 bed cottage for sale in newton abbot - 285000 gbp



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This is a stone built grade ii listed cottage beneath a recently rethatched roof. it has enormous character and features a great granite fireplace with a woodburner in the sitting room and hand built units in the kitchen. at the rear is a sun room with access to the south facing garden. upstairs is a great double and a smaller double bedroom and a shower room which has been recently refitted and which is very smart and contemporary. the south facing rear garden is about 40 long and slightly elevated to catch the late afternoon and evening sun as well. fowlers very strongly recommend viewing.situation7 lower street is located only about 150 metres from the bustling town square in chagford where there is a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops. the town has a parish church, roman catholic church and chapel, a primary school, pre school and montessori and a lively social round. there are four pubs, numerous cafes and restaurants and chagford has doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries and good sports facilities with a football and cricket pitch, tennis club, bowling club, skate park and an open air swimming pool in the summertime. countryside, riverside and moorland walks surround the town. the a30 dual carriageway is just 5 miles away and exeter is approximately 20 miles.directionsfrom fowlers office turn right and walk down the square passing the pharmacy and old forge which leads into southcombe street. at the right hand bend the road becomes lower street and on the right you will see the excellent bishops house. no 7 is immediately next door.entrancea brand new front door leads into the sitting room.sitting room - 14 8 x 12 3 (4.47m x 3.73m)a room of great character with a great granite fireplace, slate hearth, fitted woodburner with a lined flue, a curved bressemer beam and an adjacent cupboard and bookshelves. a latched door leads to the staircase. there is a wall light and pendant light points as well as a pine window sill with a secondary double glazed stripped wood window and a radiator beneath. the entrance and access to the kitchen is laid with oak woodblock whilst the rest of this charming room has sisal carpet. a t.v. point is fitted and a latched door leads to the kitchen.kitchen - 14 0 x 7 1 (4.26m x 2.16m)the kitchen is great enough for a small bistro table and chairs and is fitted with some hand built painted solid wood base units, granite work tops, brass pull handles and a belfast sink with a chromed mixer tap. a small matching wall unit with tea drawers is also fitted and there is an electric cooker point, space for a cooker and space for an automatic washing machine beneath the vaillant gas fired combi boiler. lighting is by six ceiling mounted spotlights and the floor is laid with fired clay tiles. a brick and granite step lead up to the sun room.sun room - 7 11 x 7 8 (2.41m x 2.34m)a latched door gives access from the kitchen to this wood and metal framed space with a clear triple glazed polycarbonate roof, fired clay tiled floor, a painted granite wall, wall light point and a single panel radiator. sliding doors lead out to the garden.landingthe stripped wood staircase winds up to the landing which has a sisal carpet floor, pine balustrade and painted latched doors to the second bedroom and the shower room.shower roomthe shower room has been refitted and has three walls completely tiled with great landscape tiles. a contemporary wall mounted basin with chromed mixer tap and a matching low level w.c. with a concealed push button cistern adjacent to a shower with curved glass shower screen and door and a chromed built in thermostatic shower and rain shower head. the window sill is tiled in matching tiles and there is a mirror door toiletry cupboard above the basin, a modern upright radiator and two halogen dimmable downlighters.bedroom 1 - 14 0 x 9 5 (4.26m x 2.87m)a very old restored wood latched door leads into this great front facing double bedroom which has a secondary double glazed front window, radiator, pendant light point, built in closet and mantel shelf on the chimney breast. sisal carpet is fitted to the floor.bedroom 2 - 8 8 x 7 7 (2.64m x 2.31m)a modest double bedroom with window looking over the pretty rear garden and space for a 4 6 double bed. a radiator is fitted and the flooring is sisal carpet.rear gardenmeasuring approximately 40 (12.19 m) in length from the back of the house. the garden has a gravelled terrace at house level which faces roughly south and a granite retaining wall with six steps up to the raised lawn which is bounded to either side by hurdle fencing. a gravelled path defined by granite rocks leads to the patio at the far end of the garden perfect for catching the evening sun.servicesmains gas, water, electricity and drainage.





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