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Woodland Avenue, Teignmouth

Guide Price £525,000

In a nutshell

  • Detached, four bedroom property
  • Light and airy throughout
  • Panoramic sea views
  • Reverse-level accommodation
  • Separate dining room
  • Roof terrace
  • Private garden
  • Cul-de-sac location
  • Garage and ample parking
  • Potential to extend

A detached family home with four bedrooms, a garage, ample parking and an enclosed garden, with panoramic sea views and potential to extend.

The details

A detached family home with a roof terrace and panoramic sea views.

This wonderful property was built in 1970 and extended in the eighties to create what is now a versatile and spacious family home. It is arranged reverse level over two floors, in order to maximise the stunning panoramic sea view and is light and airy throughout. Beautifully presented, it has fresh, light and neutral decor throughout and feels warm with gas central heating and double glazing.

On the ground floor is the master bedroom, which is a very spacious double that has a suite of fitted bedroom furniture and a wide window and patio door give views and access to the garden. There is wiring for a wall-mounted TV and an en suite bathroom is modern and fully-tiled, containing an elegant centre-fill bath, a separate shower, a WC, a vanity unit with a large basin, mixer tap and storage beneath for toiletries, a heated towel rail and a medicine cabinet with display shelving, feature lighting and mirror doors. There are two further light and airy double bedrooms and a family bathroom, which is fully-tiled, containing a P-bath with a shower and curved glass screen above, a WC, a vanity unit with a basin, mixer tap and storage beneath, a wall mirror, and a chrome heated towel rail.

At the end of the landing is a good-sized utility room, with a durable tile-effect laminate floor, solid beach worktops with a Belfast sink and mixer tap, floor space for an upright fridge/freezer and space beneath the worktop, with plumbing, for a washing machine and tumble drier. There is also a door to the garden, a handy store cupboard with a louvre door and an airing cupboard containing slatted shelving for linen, and a condensing combi-boiler, providing the heating and hot water on demand.

The entrance hallway has a durable vinyl-tiled floor, a cloakroom with a high-level meter cupboard, space for hanging winter coats, a convenient WC with a wash-hand basin and storage beneath for toiletries.

A half-flight of steps lead up to the first-floor landing where there is a door into a spacious and modern kitchen/breakfast room, which has a durable tile-effect laminate floor, elegant, dark, solid-granite worktops along three sides with tiled splashbacks and an extensive range of fitted base and drawer units in gloss duck-egg blue, with matching wall-cabinets, providing plentiful cupboard space.
There is a stainless-steel sink with a mixer tap, that also has filtered drinking water, a built-in eye-level fan and microwave combination oven, a separate ceramic hob, with a stainless-steel extractor hood above, an integrated Siemens dishwasher and floor space for an upright fridge/freezer. There is also plenty of room for a table and seating, ideal for informal dining.

A glazed door leads from the landing into a fabulous living room, which is carpeted and generously proportioned with two picture-windows filling the room with light, and from where there are stunning panoramic views of the sea and Jurassic coastline, with Portland visible on a clear day.

An opening leads into a dining room which has plenty of space for six or eight around a table, perfect for a dinner party or a family celebration and with plenty of light from sliding patio doors which allow access onto the roof terrace, with its rubber-tiled floor and glass and aluminium balustrade, making a fabulous venue for entertaining guests be it alfresco dining or sharing a bottle of wine whilst taking in the sea view and tranquil surroundings.

A fourth bedroom completes the first-floor accommodation, which is currently used as a study or home office, ideal for those working from home.

Outside, the rear garden is southeast-facing enjoying long hours of summer sunshine and is private and fully-enclosed, making it safe for both children and pets. There is a terrace of paving, a neatly-trimmed lawn and a paved patio beside a walled bed of decorative gravel and rocks, which makes a nice feature; a wonderful, private outside space for a family barbecue or alfresco dining. There are a number of small trees which add colour, a trimmed Leylandii hedge which adds to the privacy, a timber shed for storing a mower and patio furniture and gates on either side of the property lead to the driveway providing alternative access.

At the front of the property, a sloping concrete driveway provides parking for four cars beside a low-maintenance area of decorative gravel, bordered by mature bushes and shrubs. A paved patio makes a great space to sit and enjoy the summer sunshine and wild birdsong, and a door leads into the side of the attached single garage, which has lights, power, and a recent remote-controlled roller-shutter door. There are a couple of splash-proof power sockets and an outside tap beside the driveway, ideal for vacuuming and washing cars.

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