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Keyberry Road, Newton Abbot

Guide Price £550,000

In a nutshell

  • Five/six bedroom, semi detached family home
  • Period features including beautiful bay windows
  • Spacious lounge and separate dining room
  • Snug/gym
  • Modern kitchen and breakfast room
  • Study/bedroom six
  • Accommodation over three floors
  • Two bathrooms and a master ensuite
  • Double garage and ample driveway parking
  • Generous sized garden

A fabulous, substantial semi-detached Victorian property with five/six bedrooms, master en suite, a double garage, ample parking and an extensive rear garden, conveniently located a short walk from the shops, parks and amenities in the popular town of Newton Abbot, and with easy access to the A380 to Torbay, Exeter and the M5.

The details

A fabulous, substantial semi-detached Victorian property with five/six bedrooms, master en suite, a double garage, ample parking and an extensive rear garden, conveniently located a short walk from the shops, parks and amenities in the popular town of Newton Abbot, and with easy access to the A380 to Torbay, Exeter and the M5.

A sloping block-paved driveway leads up through the front garden with a lawn and beds of wildflowers bordered by mature hedges, to a paved terrace at the front of the property and a doorstep sheltered beneath a storm porch. Inside, it is beautifully presented with light and neutral decor throughout, the property feels warm and welcoming with gas central heating and double glazing and is arranged over three floors offering spacious and versatile accommodation for a growing family. It has also retained many period features such as high ceilings with coving, deep skirting boards, fireplaces and wonderful bay windows.

The impressive entrance hallway has a beautiful solid-walnut floor which continues throughout most of the ground floor, a carpeted staircase rising to the upper floors, and a shallow meter cupboard. The lounge is a fabulous light and airy room with a high ceiling and decorative coving adding to the sense of space. A bay window to the front fills the room with light and an elegant, possibly original, decoratively tiled fireplace with marble mantle and painted feature chimney breast, makes a nice feature and focal point for the room.

Across the hallway is a similarly sized dining room with another superb bay window to the front filling the room with natural light, and another decorative fireplace making a wonderful period feature.

A decoratively glazed door at the rear of the hallway leads into a rear hallway with an under-stairs cupboard and to a snug, which is currently used as a gym. An airing cupboard built into the recess on one side of a former fireplace, contains a condensing system boiler for the central heating and hot water.

A door from the inner hallway leads into a spacious breakfast room, another generously sized space with an elegant porcelain tiled floor and cupboards built into the recesses on either side of the chimney breast. There is plenty of space for a table and seating ideal for casual dining. An archway leads through and up a step into a modern kitchen which is filled with light from a window to the side, a large Velux skylight and French doors to the rear garden. It has a porcelain tile floor, plenty of granite-effect worktop space including a breakfast bar, tiled splashbacks and a range of oak-fronted fitted units with matching wall cabinets providing ample cupboard space. There is a built-in double-oven, a separate five-ring gas hob with a stainless-steel extractor hood above, an integrated dishwasher beneath a stainless-steel one and a half-bowl sink and mixer tap, and an alcove which is perfect for a large American style fridge/freezer. There is a convenient ground floor cloakroom with a WC and basin, and a utility room with a worktop, a stainless-steel sink with a large mirror above, space with plumbing for a washing machine and plenty of room for the storage of coats and shoes.

Upstairs, off the half-landing is a stunning modern bathroom with beautiful marble tiling and a contemporary suite comprising an elegant centre-fill bath, a separate rain-shower with an auxiliary showerhead, a pedestal basin with a mirror above, a WC and a medicine cabinet with mirrored doors. Also on this floor is the master bedroom, a spacious double filled with light from another wonderful bay window to the front, and with another original decorative fireplace making a nice feature. There is a row of fitted wardrobes, one opens to reveal a shoe storage area leading into an en suite shower room, which has a porcelain tiled floor and part-tiled walls containing a double shower, a bidet, a WC, his and hers wash-hand basins with a large mirror above and a chrome heated towel rail. A further wardrobe opens to reveal an airing cupboard at the rear where there is a large un-vented hot water cylinder providing mains pressure hot water. There are three further light and airy bedrooms, two doubles with original fireplaces, one with another bay window to the front, and a single off the landing, currently used as a dressing room which would also make a great study for those working from home.

A turning staircase continues up to the top floor there is a spacious landing with doors leading to two further double bedrooms with Velux skylights and revealed brickwork making nice features, one with a circular feature window, currently used as a study. These are served by another family bathroom which has vinyl flooring and fully tiled walls containing a bath with a shower and glass screen above, a pedestal basin, a WC, a chrome heated towel rail and a skylight providing natural light. There is access in both bedrooms and the landing to extensive eaves storage areas.

Outside, a wide block-paved driveway provides parking for least six cars next to the spacious double garage which has a courtesy door to the garden, lights, power, storage above in the rafters, and a remote-controlled roller-shutter door for convenience.

At the rear of the property there is a paved patio, making a nice private venue for sharing drinks with friends and family. The rear garden is of a generous size, well-maintained and private. A paved path leads along the side of the garage and steps up to a terrace of timber decking, beside a shed providing storage. There is a large area of lawn and, at the end of the garden, a patch of woodland with bluebells and wildflower. The garden is bordered by stone walls on either side.

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Newton Abbot

79 Queen St
Newton Abbot
Devon
TQ12 2AU

01626 362 246

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