Under OfferWoods Palmer Radclyffe - 01626 834534DPV1811
- Open Porch
- Living Room
- Four Bedrooms
- En-Suite Shower Room
- Family Bathroom
- No Chain
An attractively presented Edwardian terraced house with well proportioned accommodation, situated on the western side of the town
- SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION
The accommodation begins with the entrance hallway with original wooden flooring. A door leads to the living room with delightful bay fronted window and multi fuel woodburner fireplace. The living room opens through to another reception area providing a range of uses with original wood flooring continuing from the hallway. There is a feature fireplace and internal sash window through to the kitchen, which offers much natural light. There is useful beneath stairs storage and a downstairs cloakroom. The kitchen dining room is the hub of the property having been extended by the current owners to create a superb bright and spacious area ideal for modern family living. There is a range of matching wall and base units, built in oven and hob and feature Aga. There is natural slate flooring and a window and double doors to the rear garden.
To the first floor you will find three good sized double bedrooms, all of which benefit from built in wardrobe space and enjoy pleasant views of the surrounding countryside to the front and rear. The master bedroom features a bay fronted window with window seat and an en suite shower room. There is also a very well presented family bathroom with feature claw foot bath.
To the second floor you will find a deceptively spacious bedroom with additional study or dressing area. Five velux windows provide much light and there is useful storage within the eaves. This room also benefits from a WC with wash hand basin creating an ideal guest suite.
Externally 3 Marlborough Terrace provides well maintained gardens with gated access to a pathway at the front leading to the front entrance passing a level lawn. To the rear, with access route to the kitchen, you will find a rear garden laid to lawn and decking providing an ideal area for entertaining and outside dining. There is a useful wood storage and a wooden built shed that was previously a garage. There is gated access to the lane.
The thriving town of Bovey Tracey has an excellent range of local shops and facilities and is situated just outside the boundary of Dartmoor National Park. Some of the most beautiful parts of the moor are on close by. Access to the A38 Expressway, which links Plymouth and Exeter to the motorway network, is only about four miles away. The market town of Newton Abbot, with its mainline railway station and comprehensive facilities, is about six miles distant.
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