Tiverton, Devon

Guide Price £415,000
3 Beds
1 Bathroom
  • No Onward Chain
  • Easy access to the town
  • Overlooking the park
  • Kitchen / dining room and utility
  • Conservatory
  • Lounge
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Attic room
  • Parking
  • Gardens

Full Property Details

This is a lovely example of a 1930's family home, in a popular position and within walking distance to the town.

The property has been extended to the rear to offer a conservatory, utility room and cloakroom and as such now provides very comfortable accommodation.

The house is set back from Park Road, the drive, leads to the front door.

Through the porch and front door, the entrance hall has plenty of character with parquet flooring and a turning staircase to the first floor, which is unusual for this type of property.

A study area has been created in a recess and there is storage beneath the stairs. The sitting room overlooks the park through the bay window and the room is kept nice and warm with the wood burning stove.

The dining room has been opened through to the kitchen providing a great family space and with extra seating in the conservatory, this sociable area is where you are sure to find the family most of the time! Just off the kitchen, the rear hall forms a utility area where you will also find a cloakroom.

On the first floor are two double bedrooms, the main bedroom with a bay window and a good view over the park, the third room is a good sized single bedroom.

The bathroom is also on this floor and a loft hatch on the landing provides access to useful storage in the attic room.

At the rear of the property is an enclosed garden, mainly laid to lawn with surrounding borders. A deck lies to the corner of the garden, ideally positioned to catch the afternoon and evening sun.

Services: - Main electricity, gas, water, and drainage.

Tenure: - Freehold

Council Tax: - Band D

Local Authority: - Mid Devon District Council

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Floor Plan

Property Floor Plan


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