• Three/four bedrooms
• Two bathrooms
• Character features
• Two reception rooms
• Open plan kitchen/diner
• Garden & parking
• Income potential
• Solar PV roof panels
• Secondary Glazing
An attached character Grade II listed townhouse, located in a central location in Totnes. Three/four bedrooms, two bathrooms, character features, two reception rooms, open plan kitchen/diner, parking for two vehicles, garden, solar PV roof panels, easy access to facilities. Quieter than you would think!
Old Seymour Lodge is within a stones throw of the the bustling market town of Totnes – full of interest and with a range of independent shops and recreational facilities.
The town is one of Devon’s gems, full of colour and character, that stems from a rich cultural, historical and archaeological heritage. The facilities include a hospital, a wide range of good local schools, a supermarket, interesting range of independent shops and galleries together with riverside walks, the Guild Hall, churches and its very own Norman Castle. There is a mainline railway station to London Paddington. Totnes allows easy communication with the rest of the country, the A38 Devon expressway is approximately 6 miles away, allowing speedy access to the cities of Exeter and Plymouth and the country beyond.
Old Seymour Lodge presents a rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed townhouse, backing onto Kings Orchard which is a family community. Offering many original features including exposed wooden floorboards, good ceiling heights and the addition of a modern extension which has a light and airy kitchen/diner opening to the courtyard gardens. There is the added bonus of two parking spaces and located in a central location at the bottom of Bridgetown Hill and is within easy easy walking distance of Totnes town centre and a stones throw from convenient Bridgetown Stores. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the style and internal finish of this period home.
Entrance door with pillared storm porch. Inner vestibule and onto reception room with front aspect, currently used as a library/study and has original panelled door leading to main hallway. Sitting room with three sash windows overlooking the front courtyard area and side aspect. Good ceiling height, Moorso inset woodburner with wooden flooring and alcove with ornate wooden surround. Access to understairs storage. Archway to open plan kitchen/diner with inset spotlights over the dining and cooking area. Bi-fold doors stretching the full length of this room lead out to a decked area overlooking the courtyard garden. The kitchen itself has granite worktops with double sink and built in AEG dishwasher, gas Range cooker, fridge freezer. Range of wall and base units and additional built in cupboard storage. Double glazed glass roof over the dining area.
Leading off the kitchen is an additional storage area with wash hand basin, WC and plumbing for washing machine. Original open staircase leads to the first floor with full length window flooding the stairwell with much natural light. Master bedroom with dual aspect windows and large walk in wardrobe storage space with the potential to create an ensuite (STPP). Main bathroom with freestanding cast iron bath and corner quadrangle shower with Monsoon shower head. Large built in sink with vanity unit and additional storage cupboards. Bedroom 2 has built in wardrobes and wash hand basin. Airing cupboard/boiler cupboard and space for storage. Bedroom 4 with rear as
pect. Bathroom with corner quadrangle shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Stairs lead to the second floor and to bedroom 3/kitchenette with rooflight and gable end window.
To the front there is mature hedging and gravelled courtyard area which is overlooked from the sitting room. To the rear of the property, the bi-fold doors lead out to decking area with path leading to small raised bed area with mature planting underneath a stone archway to another further area of the garden with useful storage. Gate onto parking area for two vehicles
Solar PV roof panels – average income generated of £880 p.a. The property also has heat and sound secondary glazing.
Currently the top floor of the property is let, generating an income of approximately £550.00 pcm.
Mains gas, water, drainage, electricity and solar panels (feed in tariff covers annual usage)
South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NE. Tel: 01803 861234. E-mail: email@example.com.
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes property office on 01803 865454
From Stags Totnes office, proceed along Coronation Road, turning left at the roundabout towards Bridgetown. Proceed over the bridge and up this road. Old Seymour Lodge will be seen at the top of this road, just before the junction, on the right hand side.
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