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Topsham | Devon

Guide Price £800,000

End of Terrace | 4

Sold STC

Accommodation Summary

Central Topsham location
Good condition throughout
Lots of period features
2 spacious reception rooms
Recently upgraded kitchen
Utility room
4 bedrooms including 2 with ensuite
Courtyard garden with large shed
Cellar access from kitchen
No onward chain

Directions

From the Topsham office, turn right and continue along Fore Street and the house is on the left hand side, before The Globe.

Situation

Topsham remains a highly desirable estuary town of nationwide renown. Its excellent amenities include individual shops, restaurants and a well-regarded Primary school, along with churches and Topsham’s popular open-air swimming pool, rugby club, bowls club and sailing club.
The Estuary League of Friends Community Hub is located nearby, with facilities including a Post Office, café, library, laundry, treatment rooms and various social clubs.
There is a frequent bus service and a very useful train link to Exeter City centre which is just 4 miles away and Exmouth which is around 6.5 miles away. Exeter Golf & Country Club is less than two miles distant.
The popular ‘Route 2’ bike path is a level, 16 mile route between Exmouth and Dawlish on the other side of the Exe Estuary.

Description

This delightful Grade II listed period townhouse is situated in the heart of Topsham with attractive period detail, including reportedly the longest window in Topsham, and offers surprisingly spacious accommodation over three floors. A small entrance lobby leads into the main reception room which has lovely ceiling heights, hard wood floors and a period fireplace. There is a central wide staircase and a rear dining / family room which is another lovely proportioned room with a wood burner. A useful utility room with glass roof is also situated off this room with a sink and door giving side access. The kitchen which has recently been updated with a range of modern units and has a Range cooker, leads through to the courtyard garden with an outside W/C and large storage shed. On the first floor are two good sized double bedrooms, both with period fireplaces, and a shower room with underfloor heating. On the second floor are two further double bedrooms, one having a splendid view over the church yard to the front, and access into a large loft.

SUMMARY

A wonderful FOUR BEDROOM Grade ll listed townhouse, offering SUPERB VOLUME AND LIGHT arranged over three floors, with LARGER THAN AVERAGE, flexible accommodation and a delightful courtyard garden. Conveniently situated in the heart of Topsham, with a lovely leafy outlook and charming period detail.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Central Topsham location
Good condition throughout
Lots of period features
2 spacious reception rooms
Recently upgraded kitchen
Utility room
4 bedrooms including 2 with ensuite
Courtyard garden with large shed
Cellar access from kitchen
No onward chain

Directions

From the Topsham office, turn right and continue along Fore Street and the house is on the left hand side, before The Globe.

Situation

Topsham remains a highly desirable estuary town of nationwide renown. Its excellent amenities include individual shops, restaurants and a well-regarded Primary school, along with churches and Topsham’s popular open-air swimming pool, rugby club, bowls club and sailing club.
The Estuary League of Friends Community Hub is located nearby, with facilities including a Post Office, café, library, laundry, treatment rooms and various social clubs.
There is a frequent bus service and a very useful train link to Exeter City centre which is just 4 miles away and Exmouth which is around 6.5 miles away. Exeter Golf & Country Club is less than two miles distant.
The popular ‘Route 2’ bike path is a level, 16 mile route between Exmouth and Dawlish on the other side of the Exe Estuary.

Description

This delightful Grade II listed period townhouse is situated in the heart of Topsham with attractive period detail, including reportedly the longest window in Topsham, and offers surprisingly spacious accommodation over three floors. A small entrance lobby leads into the main reception room which has lovely ceiling heights, hard wood floors and a period fireplace. There is a central wide staircase and a rear dining / family room which is another lovely proportioned room with a wood burner. A useful utility room with glass roof is also situated off this room with a sink and door giving side access. The kitchen which has recently been updated with a range of modern units and has a Range cooker, leads through to the courtyard garden with an outside W/C and large storage shed. On the first floor are two good sized double bedrooms, both with period fireplaces, and a shower room with underfloor heating. On the second floor are two further double bedrooms, one having a splendid view over the church yard to the front, and access into a large loft.

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