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Topsham | Devon

Guide Price £700,000

Terraced | 3
Accommodation Summary

Beautifully presented throughout
Centre of Topsham
Courtyard garden and balcony
Large cellar
Short walk to the river
On street permit parking

Directions

On leaving the Topsham office turn right and cross over the road proceeding down Fore Street, past the Methodist Church and the property is found on the left hand side.

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Situation

Topsham is a well-known town full of history with character period cottages and houses, perfectly blended with a range of more modern homes. The excellent amenities range from individual shops, to churches, restaurants, several pubs, a school and a bowling and sailing club. There are frequent bus services and a train link between Exmouth and Exeter. Topsham lies within easy access of the M5 and also comfortable commuting distance of Exeter Airport.

Description

A splendid Grade II Listed townhouse, situated in the heart of the picturesque town of Topsham. Originally built as one in the 17th century, but split into two in later years, it was once owned by George Hodder - a wealthy ship owner.
Arranged over three floors, with additional access to a cellar. On the ground floor is an attractive seating area / dining room, leading through to a quality fitted kitchen, with a range of integrated appliances and a 5 ring range cooker. A hatch gives access to a large cellar and French doors lead to a delightful courtyard garden with rear access, and there are double doors to a fitted cupboard.
On the first floor a sitting room is situated at the front, there is the main bathroom, a double bedroom and to the rear is a good sized balcony. On the second floor is a large landing used as an office or occasional bedroom and an attractive main bedroom with fitted cupboards and an en suite.
The property retains a number of impressive period features including exposed beams and sash windows and is finished to a high standard.

AGENT'S NOTE: The vendor advises that they have a right of way on foot over the shared rear access.

SUMMARY

A beautifully presented 3 bedroom Grade II listed townhouse updated and improved to an exceptional standard by the current owner, whilst retaining a host of period features, located on Fore Street in the centre of the town, with a pretty courtyard garden, balcony and useful cellar.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Beautifully presented throughout
Centre of Topsham
Courtyard garden and balcony
Large cellar
Short walk to the river
On street permit parking

Directions

On leaving the Topsham office turn right and cross over the road proceeding down Fore Street, past the Methodist Church and the property is found on the left hand side.

What3words: taps.paints.leaves

Situation

Topsham is a well-known town full of history with character period cottages and houses, perfectly blended with a range of more modern homes. The excellent amenities range from individual shops, to churches, restaurants, several pubs, a school and a bowling and sailing club. There are frequent bus services and a train link between Exmouth and Exeter. Topsham lies within easy access of the M5 and also comfortable commuting distance of Exeter Airport.

Description

A splendid Grade II Listed townhouse, situated in the heart of the picturesque town of Topsham. Originally built as one in the 17th century, but split into two in later years, it was once owned by George Hodder - a wealthy ship owner.
Arranged over three floors, with additional access to a cellar. On the ground floor is an attractive seating area / dining room, leading through to a quality fitted kitchen, with a range of integrated appliances and a 5 ring range cooker. A hatch gives access to a large cellar and French doors lead to a delightful courtyard garden with rear access, and there are double doors to a fitted cupboard.
On the first floor a sitting room is situated at the front, there is the main bathroom, a double bedroom and to the rear is a good sized balcony. On the second floor is a large landing used as an office or occasional bedroom and an attractive main bedroom with fitted cupboards and an en suite.
The property retains a number of impressive period features including exposed beams and sash windows and is finished to a high standard.

AGENT'S NOTE: The vendor advises that they have a right of way on foot over the shared rear access.

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