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Topsham | Devon

Guide Price £825,000

Terraced | 4
Accommodation Summary

Beautifully presented throughout with lots of period features
Newly extended kitchen with Aga and doors out to the garden
4/5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
Downstairs cloakroom
Garage with electric up and over door
South-West facing lawned garden
Short level walk to the centre of Topsham and close to the train station

Directions

From the Topsham office, cross over the road and turn left into Majorfield Road (if on foot). Continue to the top, turn left into Parkfield Way and the house is a short way along, on the left hand side.

Situation

Topsham remains an estuary town of nationwide renown, reflected in its characterful period cottages and houses, perfectly blended with a range of more modern homes. Recently named by The Sunday Times as the best place to live in the South West of England. Its excellent amenities range from a splendid individual-styled parade of shops to, churches, restaurants, several pubs, a school and a bowling and sailing club. The town was listed at the time of Domesday as 'Topeshant' and flourished as an estuary port for nigh on five centuries. Topsham also became world-renowned for ship-building reaching its zenith between 1800 and 1870.

Description

Parkfield Way is a popular address, located a short level walk to the centre of Topsham and being close to the train station. Believed to be Edwardian, the house benefits from many of the features of this period, with high ceilings, decorative coving and open fires and is a very light and spacious property. The accommodation is arranged over four floors and includes a sitting room with open fire, with double doors through to a formal dining room which in turn leads through to the kitchen. Extended by the current owners in recent years, the kitchen is a good size, with an Aga and incorporates a dining area, with double doors out to the garden. On the ground floor there is also a toilet and small utility area. The first floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom. Stairs rise again to the second floor with a further two bedrooms and a bathroom, and a further staircase rises to a loft room that could be used as storage or a bedroom. To the rear, the house has a South-West facing garden, laid mainly to lawn with a path leading to a good sized garage with electric door and pedestrian door. A fantastic and rare opportunity to purchase a well-presented house in the centre of this highly desirable town.

ENTRANCE A tiled path leads to a wooden door with obscure glazed panels. Opening into a vestibule with coat hanging space. A second door opens into the...

HALL Stairs to first floor, wood flooring, door to rear hall and door to...

SITTING ROOM14'11" x 13' (4.55m x 3.96m). Sash bay window to front, open fire with wood surround, wood floors and wood double doors to...

DINING ROOM11'1" x 10'4" (3.38m x 3.15m). Two alcove storage cupboards, wood flooring and glazed double doors to the...

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM24' x 17'2" (7.32m x 5.23m). A fabulous, open-plan kitchen / diner with French doors and windows opening onto the garden. Granite worktop with double sink, AGA with 2 hot plates and double oven and AGA 4 ring gas hob with oven under. Range of wood-fronted base, wall and drawer units with a fitted fridge and freezer. Roof lantern light, wood flooring and through to...

REAR HALL Door to understairs cupboard. Door to SMALL UTILITY with space and plumbing for washing machine. Door to...

CLOAKROOM Low level WC and hand wash basin.

FIRST FLOOR

HALF LANDING Door to...

BATHROOM Comprising panel bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, towel rail and obscure double glazed window to rear.

LANDING Stairs to first floor and doors to...

BEDROOM 116' x 13' (4.88m x 3.96m). Double fitted wardrobe and two sash windows to front.

BEDROOM 211'1" x 10'4" (3.38m x 3.15m). Sash window to rear and fitted cupboards.

SECOND FLOOR Stairs to third floor, doors to understairs cupboard and doors to...

BEDROOM 311' x 10'3" (3.35m x 3.12m). Sash window to rear with elevated views over Topsham.

BEDROOM 413' x 9'8" (3.96m x 2.95m). Window to front.

BATHROOM 2 Panel bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, heated towel rail and window to front.

BEDROOM 513'7" (4.13m) x 8'7" (2.62m) (restricted height). Doors to alcove storage, two Velux windows with lovely views over Topsham.

GARAGE16'5" x 15'3" (5m x 4.65m). Electric up and over door, pedestrian door, power, light and door to garden.

GARDEN To the rear is an attractive lawned garden with a South-West elevation, with a path leading to the rear of the garage.

SUMMARY

BEAUTIFUL EDWARDIAN TOWNHOUSE in the heart of Topsham, a SHORT LEVEL WALK TO FORE STREET and CLOSE TO THE STATION. 4/5 bedrooms, 2 BATHROOMS, LOVELY PERIOD FEATURES and a FANTASTIC KITCHEN/DINING ROOM. SOUTH-WEST FACING GARDEN & GARAGE with ELECTRIC DOOR.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Beautifully presented throughout with lots of period features
Newly extended kitchen with Aga and doors out to the garden
4/5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
Downstairs cloakroom
Garage with electric up and over door
South-West facing lawned garden
Short level walk to the centre of Topsham and close to the train station

Directions

From the Topsham office, cross over the road and turn left into Majorfield Road (if on foot). Continue to the top, turn left into Parkfield Way and the house is a short way along, on the left hand side.

Situation

Topsham remains an estuary town of nationwide renown, reflected in its characterful period cottages and houses, perfectly blended with a range of more modern homes. Recently named by The Sunday Times as the best place to live in the South West of England. Its excellent amenities range from a splendid individual-styled parade of shops to, churches, restaurants, several pubs, a school and a bowling and sailing club. The town was listed at the time of Domesday as 'Topeshant' and flourished as an estuary port for nigh on five centuries. Topsham also became world-renowned for ship-building reaching its zenith between 1800 and 1870.

Description

Parkfield Way is a popular address, located a short level walk to the centre of Topsham and being close to the train station. Believed to be Edwardian, the house benefits from many of the features of this period, with high ceilings, decorative coving and open fires and is a very light and spacious property. The accommodation is arranged over four floors and includes a sitting room with open fire, with double doors through to a formal dining room which in turn leads through to the kitchen. Extended by the current owners in recent years, the kitchen is a good size, with an Aga and incorporates a dining area, with double doors out to the garden. On the ground floor there is also a toilet and small utility area. The first floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom. Stairs rise again to the second floor with a further two bedrooms and a bathroom, and a further staircase rises to a loft room that could be used as storage or a bedroom. To the rear, the house has a South-West facing garden, laid mainly to lawn with a path leading to a good sized garage with electric door and pedestrian door. A fantastic and rare opportunity to purchase a well-presented house in the centre of this highly desirable town.

ENTRANCE A tiled path leads to a wooden door with obscure glazed panels. Opening into a vestibule with coat hanging space. A second door opens into the...

HALL Stairs to first floor, wood flooring, door to rear hall and door to...

SITTING ROOM14'11" x 13' (4.55m x 3.96m). Sash bay window to front, open fire with wood surround, wood floors and wood double doors to...

DINING ROOM11'1" x 10'4" (3.38m x 3.15m). Two alcove storage cupboards, wood flooring and glazed double doors to the...

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM24' x 17'2" (7.32m x 5.23m). A fabulous, open-plan kitchen / diner with French doors and windows opening onto the garden. Granite worktop with double sink, AGA with 2 hot plates and double oven and AGA 4 ring gas hob with oven under. Range of wood-fronted base, wall and drawer units with a fitted fridge and freezer. Roof lantern light, wood flooring and through to...

REAR HALL Door to understairs cupboard. Door to SMALL UTILITY with space and plumbing for washing machine. Door to...

CLOAKROOM Low level WC and hand wash basin.

FIRST FLOOR

HALF LANDING Door to...

BATHROOM Comprising panel bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, towel rail and obscure double glazed window to rear.

LANDING Stairs to first floor and doors to...

BEDROOM 116' x 13' (4.88m x 3.96m). Double fitted wardrobe and two sash windows to front.

BEDROOM 211'1" x 10'4" (3.38m x 3.15m). Sash window to rear and fitted cupboards.

SECOND FLOOR Stairs to third floor, doors to understairs cupboard and doors to...

BEDROOM 311' x 10'3" (3.35m x 3.12m). Sash window to rear with elevated views over Topsham.

BEDROOM 413' x 9'8" (3.96m x 2.95m). Window to front.

BATHROOM 2 Panel bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, heated towel rail and window to front.

BEDROOM 513'7" (4.13m) x 8'7" (2.62m) (restricted height). Doors to alcove storage, two Velux windows with lovely views over Topsham.

GARAGE16'5" x 15'3" (5m x 4.65m). Electric up and over door, pedestrian door, power, light and door to garden.

GARDEN To the rear is an attractive lawned garden with a South-West elevation, with a path leading to the rear of the garage.

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