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Avenue Road, Bovey Tracey

Guide Price £495,000

In a nutshell

  • Four bedroom, end terraced house
  • Ground floor, annex bedsit
  • Living room with bay window
  • Stone fireplace
  • Generous sized entrance porch
  • Ground floor and first floor bathrooms
  • Dining room
  • Ample parking
  • Extensive garden
  • Quiet position

Rare opportunity to purchase a spacious, END OF TERRACE VICTORIAN PROPERTY, with AMPLE VERSATILITY & ideal for those wanting to CREATE their own INDIVIDUAL HOME, maybe for a family with a DEPENDENT RELATIVE, or INCOME POTENTIAL, set in good sized garden, on a PRIVATE LANE, with easy access to town.

The details

A rare opportunity to purchase a spacious, end-terrace Victorian property with four bedrooms, an annex bedsit, a large garden and ample parking, in a quiet position in the sought-after town of Bovey Tracey, yet conveniently located a short walk from the shops, parks and amenities in the town.

A gravel driveway provides parking for at least six cars at the front of the property and leads to the entrance porch. Inside, it is well-presented with light a neutral decor throughout and feels warm and welcoming with gas central heating and double glazing.

The large entrance porch has a durable tile-effect laminate floor, natural light from windows on three sides and plentiful storage for coats and shoes. A front door leads into an entrance hallway which is carpeted and has a staircase rising to the first floor with a handy cupboard beneath. On one side is a wonderful annex bedsit, perfect for an elderly family member, which is carpeted and filled with light from windows to the front and rear. It has a living/dining area with a feature fireplace, a small kitchenette area and shelving, and at the other end, a spacious double bedroom area.

Across the hallway there is a fabulous living room, filled with light from a large bay window to the front with pleasant views over the garden and neighbouring countryside. It has a wonderful stone fireplace, fitted with a large wood burning stove with a rustic oak mantle, making a nice feature and focal point for the room, wonderful with a roaring fire on a dark winter night.

A door leads through into a separate dining room with a painted feature wall, a former fireplace with a cupboard built-in beside, and a window through to the living room, making a fabulous venue for a dinner party or a family celebration with plenty of room for eight or more places around a table. There is a larder cupboard with shelving, providing storage space, and an opening leads through into the rear kitchen extension, which is a good size with a tiled floor, plenty of light from dual-aspect windows, a skylight and a half-glazed door to the rear. The kitchen has granite-effect worktops on three sides and a range of oak-fronted base, drawer and wall units providing ample cupboard space, complete with under-cabinet feature lighting. There is a stainless-steel sink and mixer tap with a tiled splashback, a gap for a range cooker and space with plumbing beneath the worktops for washing machine, dishwasher, tumble dryer and another appliance, along with floorspace for an upright fridge/freezer.

At the rear of the entrance hallway is a ground floor bathroom which has a tile-effect laminate floor and part-tiled walls containing a white suite comprising a bath, a separate shower, a WC and a pedestal basin.

Upstairs, the master bedroom is a spacious double with a painted feature wall, plush carpet and a wall of fitted wardrobes providing an abundance of clothes storage. It has a vanity unit with a basin, a mirror with feature lighting above and storage beneath for toiletries, and the room is filled with light from two windows to the front from where there are wonderful views over the garden and surrounding Devon countryside. There are three further light and airy bedrooms, all stylishly decorated and double-sized, two with fitted wardrobes and one containing an airing cupboard with an unvented hot water cylinder. The first-floor bathroom has durable vinyl flooring and part-tiled walls containing a bath with a shower and glass screen above, and a pedestal basin, and off the half-landing there is a cloakroom with WC and corner basin. The landing has an airing cupboard providing storage for linen and a hatch in the ceiling provides access to the loft space if required.

Outside, there is a spacious front garden with a large level area of lawn and a similarly sized artificial lawn, ideal for entertaining, be it a barbecue or alfresco dining. Beside the porch is a log store for the wood burner, and at the side of the property there is a paved patio, a timber shed and an area of hardstanding ideal for storing a motorhome, caravan or boat beside an area of artificial lawn.

A path leads along the rear of the property to a small terrace of paving making a lovely, secluded venue for alfresco dining. There is a handy outside store with some shelving beside the back door to the kitchen, and a gate provides alternative access onto a path along the rear of the terrace. There is an outside tap and at the front of the property there is a gravel parking area with additional parking for at least two cars.

Avenue Road

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Bovey Tracey

Emlyn House
Fore Street
Bovey Tracey
TQ13 9AD

01626 832 300

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