A charming and spacious period terraced cottage with unspoilt character features and a good sized rear garden. EPC rating: D
19a Cistern Street is an exceptionally attractive period family cottage offering 2/3 bedroomed accommodation that includes a large attic room, two delightful first floor bedrooms and two ground floor reception rooms with original cupboards, panelled doors, period fireplaces and old quarry tiled flooring. The character is complemented by gas central heating and a traditional vintage style kitchen. Outside is a seating area and pretty part walled garden that backs onto other historic neighbouring cottages.
To conclude; 19a Cistern Street is a most appealing family sized character home a short walk from The Narrows and beautiful High Street.
19a Cistern Street occupies a slightly elevated position in Cistern Street, in the top end of Totnes. This ancient market town is famed for its fine period buildings, colour and diversity. There is an interesting range of small shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries and excellent educational provision. Nearby Dartington Hall, about 2 miles, is a celebrated centre for the performing arts and progressive education. The surrounding South Hams countryside is ideal for outdoor pursuits and the beautiful South Devon coast is within short motoring distance. In addition, Totnes benefits from a mainline railway station to London Paddington.
Panelled front door to:
- ENTRANCE HALL/CROSS PASSAGE
Part dado boarding. Coat hanging space, electric and gas meters, exposed beams, quarry tiled floor. Glazed door to rear garden and old panelled inner doors to:
- SITTING ROOM10' 6'' x 6' 7'' (3.20m x 2.01m)
Front aspect window with deep sill, part dado boarding, tiled 1930s fireplace, fitted bookshelves, painted period floorboards, radiator and inner lobby to stairs.
- DINING ROOM10' 6'' x 16' 1'' (3.20m x 4.90m)
Rear aspect window with deep sill and exposed beam. Painted dado boarding, incorporating fireplace and stove, large side cupboard. Chequered quarry tiled floor. Radiator. Passage leading to:
Side aspect windows, fitted with a range of base units, wood block worksurfaces, enamel sink unit, storage shelves, gas cooker point, plumbing for dishwasher, appliance space, quarry tiled floor, radiator. Half glazed door to outside and part glazed inner door to:
- UTILITY ROOM/CLOAKROOM
Rear aspect window. Butlers sink with mixer taps and beech worksurface, plumbing for washing machine. W.C. Radiator and quarry tiled floor and fitted wall shelves. Stairs from Inner Lobby (previously mentioned) to:
- FIRST FLOOR LANDING
With hatch to roof space and old panelled doors to:
- BEDROOM 110' 6'' x 15' 1'' (3.20m x 4.59m)
Rear aspect window with outlook over garden. Former fireplace (sealed by old bricks) with original surround. Part dado boarding. Radiator. Door to:
- INNER LANDING
With panelled doors to:
Light coloured suite, comprising panelled bath with chrome shower unit above, pedestal wash basin with mirrored cabinet above, airing cupboard housing gas combination boiler for central heating and hot water. Heated towel rail and W.C.
- BEDROOM 29' 10'' x 12' 2'' (2.99m x 3.71m)
Front aspect room with original fireplace (boarded). Radiator. Delightful period boarding with paned window and door to second floor staircase to:
- ATTIC ROOM18' 1'' x 20' 4'' (5.51m x 6.19m)
Exposed roof beams, part restricted headroom, velux window, central chimney stack, under eaves cupboards and radiator.
To the rear of the property (approached from Entrance Hall and Kitchen, previously mentioned), is a concrete seating area enclosed by period stone walls, raised beds with shrubs and flowers leading up to a walled garden with lawn, further shrub borders, garden store and surrounding outside storage. Outside tap.
From Rendells offices in Fore Street, proceed uphill, under the arch and into High Street. Continue past the church, the Butterwalk and beyond the Narrows. Take the left into Rotherfold and Cistern Street is straight ahead and number 19a will be seen on the left hand side.