Tavistock, Devon

4 beds | 1 baths | 3 receptions | £425,000


  • Views to Mount Kelly School Playing Fields
  • Located at the end of the Road
  • Sited Away from the Main Thoroughfare
  • Level Walk to Tavistock Town Centre
  • Off Road Parking
  • Electric Car Point
  • Quiet Attractive Gardens

Ideally located for the centre of Tavistock with a sense of space and views, positioned away from the main thoroughfare, and sited at the very end of this sought-after road backing onto Mount Kelly School grounds.

SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
Offered with no onward chain. Located at the end of a no-through road backing onto the grounds of Mount Kelly School, this four-bedroom end terrace house offers attractive gardens, off road parking, electric vehicle charging point and rear aspect views to the moors beyond.

Tavistock is a thriving market town adjoining the western edge of the Dartmoor National Park and was in 2004 voted the winner of a nationwide survey undertaken by the Council for the Protection of Rural England involving 120 other market towns. Among the assets taken into consideration were history, architecture, community spirit, planning sensitivity, recreational facilities and individuality of shops and businesses. Additional facilities include a hospital, a bustling Pannier Market, and a full range of schools both State and Private. Indeed, Tavistock can claim to have everything adding up to a quality of life which would be hard to rival.
Plymouth is only 15 miles away with fast Inter City rail links to London, Bristol, and the North. There are also ferry services to Roscoff, Brittany and Santander, Northern Spain.
The house is ideal for those who like to be close to the town but away from the busy streets. Presented in good order, the house has been extended in the past creating further living spaces, a good size kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory, plus an attic room which has proved very versatile and useful over the years. We understand the property was built around 1900 and therefore benefits from character features and fireplaces typical of the period. The sitting room at the front of the house has a bay window and a wood burning stove and has been the perfect room to retire to in the winter months. There is also a pleasant dining room which is currently used as a living room, especially through the summer period, which also has an attractive wood burner and original cupboards. Within this room is an understairs cupboard with a natural light window and power points. This room opens to the kitchen breakfast room with fitted units and cupboards, breakfast bar and integrated appliances. The kitchen also has a multitude of double plugs for ease. The integrated appliances include a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, Neff dual oven and grill and a gas hob with extractor hood. The corner cupboards are deep for plenty of storage and there is space for a dresser. Off the kitchen area is a utility room, which houses the modern gas boiler (fitted in 2019) and cloakroom. There is also a useful rear porch (built in 2014) with ample space for hanging coats and storing boots/shoes.

The first floor offers a light landing with built in storage cupboards and a window to the side. Off the landing is a modern style family bathroom consisting of a bathtub and separate shower cubicle. The principal bedroom is to the rear with fitted wardrobes, vanity basin and a window looking out to the rear views. The home offers three further bedrooms and an attic room. The attic room is reached via paddle stairs from the study/bedroom four and unusually benefits from centrally heated radiators and Velux windows to the side and rear vista. This room has been invaluable over the years for a further living space, home office and games area.

The property is approached from a stone chipping driveway with space for two vehicles and flanked by an area of front garden with a wall boundary. To the side is a pedestrian gate to the rear garden. The rear garden has a walled boundary with additional fencing making the space private and secure. The gardens back onto the field of Mount Kelly School and are flanked by trees, creating a secluded peaceful haven for the current owner. There are paved paths, seating areas and two sheds, one of which has power points. The garden also has a variety of planted flowerbeds and mature shrubs creating colour through the year.

ACCOMMODATION
Reference made to any fixture, fittings, appliances, or any of the building services does not imply that they are in working order or have been tested by us. Purchasers should establish the suitability and working condition of these items and services themselves.
The accommodation, together with approximate room sizes, is as follows:

GROUND FLOOR

PORCH 10'5" x 4'8" (3.18m x 1.42m)

HALL

CONSERVATORY 9'2" x 14'5" (2.8m x 4.4m)

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 10'8" x 15'9" (3.25m x 4.8m)

UTILITY ROOM 5'10" x 6'6" (1.78m x 1.98m)

W.C

LIVING ROOM 11'2" x 10'6" (3.4m x 3.2m)

HALL

SITTING ROOM 11' x 15' (3.35m x 4.57m)

FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM ONE 10'5" x 13'8" (3.18m x 4.17m)

BATHROOM 5'5" x 10'5" (1.65m x 3.18m)

BEDROOM TWO 9'8" x 9'2" (2.95m x 2.8m)

BEDROOM THREE 12'10" x 8'4" (3.9m x 2.54m)

BEDROOM FOUR/STUDY 9'3" x 6'6" (2.82m x 1.98m)

SECOND FLOOR

ATTIC ROOM 15'3" x 8'6" (4.65m x 2.6m)

SERVICES
Mains water, electric, gas and drainage.

OUTGOINGS
We understand this property is in band 'C' for Council Tax purposes.

VIEWINGS
By appointment with MANSBRIDGE BALMENT TAVISTOCK on 01822 612345.

DIRECTIONS
From our Tavistock office proceed on Plymouth Road towards Bedford Square and turn right at the mini roundabout. After a short distance turn left at the next roundabout and continue on the A386. Head along the road and take the third turning on the left into College Avenue. The house is found at the very end on the right.

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