Stunning sitting room with wood burner
Beautifully appointed kitchen with AGA
Lovely dining/family room opening onto the garden
Main Bathroom, plus shower room & downstairs cloakroom
Beautiful period features throughout
Parking and garden
EER D Council tax band F
This charming, Grade II listed period town house is arranged over three floors and dates back to the early1800's. Situated in an enviable position in the heart of Topsham’s renowned conservation area on one of the town’s most sought after streets, with off road parking to the front. This attractive house welcomes you into the internal hallway with stone floors and internal wooden stain glassed doors. Presented in fantastic condition throughout and tastefully renovated from top to bottom, many period features are retained. The spacious living room has a large sash window with original sash shutters and sugar pine wood flooring. The bright, contemporary kitchen has been tastefully opened up and has a large island unit, the room is flooded with light from a series of Velux windows that run the length of the kitchen. The wooden floor steps up to the open plan family area with comfortable seating enjoying views of the garden through the bi-fold doors that lead seamlessly out to the private rear garden. The refinished wooden flooring runs throughout the ground floor and into the dining area which has ample space for a dining room table and chairs. There is a downstairs cloakroom and separate utility with Belfast sink and useful rear door providing access to the garden.
The sweeping Georgian staircase rises to the top floor and leads to five bedrooms, all with attractive period features. There are two bathrooms, one on each floor, both recently updated. The main family bathroom has a bath, and both have a walk-in rain shower, WC, and wash hand basin.
To the rear is a well established, private garden with numerous mature shrub and flower borders, a large decked seating area, a brick built lean to with a steppingstone pathway leading through the lawned area to the Arbor and beyond. At the far end is a full width garden room with glazed wooden doors, partially insulated with power and light.