Burton Street, Brixham£289,950
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The front elevation of this re-furbished and well-proportioned semi-detached period house enjoys a sunny southerly aspect and is situated about 1/2 a mile from Brixham town centre and harbourside. It is also within easy striking distance of Berry Head Nature Reserve and St. Mary's Bay, which has access to the coastal footpath and some lovely walks around Sharkham Point.  There is a choice of schools for all age-groups, a doctor's surgery, Brixham rugby club and indoor swimming pool, all within reasonable walking distance.

St. Malo has recently been re-furbished and is presented to a very high standard, yet it retains much of the period character.  It has been laid out in a reverse-level style - on the ground floor there are two good-size double bedrooms, whilst on the first floor there is a 16' lounge (with an open stone fireplace), which opens into a bright dining room.  To the rear is a new fitted kitchen which opens into a breakfast room, plus a bathroom.  The master bedroom has it's own en-suite shower/w.c.

An attic room provides an ideal study or occasional 4th bedroom.  The house benefits from gas central heating fired by a combination boiler and the majority of the windows have been replaced with upvc double glazed units.

There is covered carport parking off Wren Hill, with a very useful lock-up store room adjacent.  To the front is a low-maintenance garden area, whilst to the rear is a patio which enjoys a good degree of privacy (and will also be a real sun-trap).

If you are looking for a character home with space, which is handy for the town, we highly recommend a personal inspection of this well-presented property.  Please note that there is no onward 'chain' attached to the sale.


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