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Woodend Road, Torquay, TQ1
Guide price £365,000 | 2 bedrooms

Property features

• Character Period Cottage
• Close to Wellswood Amenities
• Secluded Walled Garden Setting
• 2 Bedrooms & Bathroom
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Sitting Room & Conservatory
• Garden Studio
• Driveway Parking

A delightful character period cottage located in the popular Wellswood area in a secluded walled garden setting, 2 bedrooms & bathroom, kitchen/dining room,
sitting room & conservatory, garden studio, driveway parking. EPC Band E.
Situated on a quiet road in the pretty and leafy Warberries conservation area, this attractive character cottage is only a short stroll from the local shops, primary school, pub, St Matthias Church and other amenities of the highly desirable Wellswood village. The property is also not far from Torquay harbour and seafront where there are many shops, plus a myriad of bars and restaurants (one with Michelin-starred cuisine) to choose from. A regular bus service can be found on the nearby Babbacombe Road.
Torquay is located in the heart of the English Riviera famed for its mild climate and clear waters with a mild south-facing aspect, miles of sandy beaches and with the arrival of the railway in 1848 its growth as a holiday destination for the rich and famous was spectacular. Tor Bay was chosen for the 1948 Olympic sailing events, hosted by the Royal Torbay Yacht Club.
Torquay is well served with rail links to the major cities, the newly opened South Devon Link Road gives speedy access to the M5 motorway and airport at the Cathedral City of Exeter.

Set within a walled garden this property offers a private and secluded home in a desirable area. Whilst the date of construction is not known we understand the property was originally a coach house for the nearby villa. The current owners have modernised and improved the property during their term of ownership and today the property is well presented throughout. Accommodation consists of two double bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor, whilst the ground floor has a kitchen/dining room, sitting room, and conservatory that wraps around two sides of the property to encompass the entrance porch. There is plenty of parking and the attractive walled garden has been landscaped for ease of maintenance, with a garden studio that has a variety of uses.

Entering into the porch, you can either access the hallway, or the conservatory. The kitchen/dining room is of a good size with a comprehensive range of cream storage units above and below the contrasting worktops with inset sink. There are two integrated fridges plus space for a dual fuel range style cooker and dishwasher. Between the kitchen and sitting room is the cloakroom/WC and a useful under stair storage cupboard. The sitting room is a lovely bright room that has glazed double doors leading to the conservatory, there is a chimney breast to one corner currently housing an electric stove style fire, a door leads to the entrance hall. The conservatory is positioned to get the best of the sun and creates a further reception room with a variety of uses, two sliding windows open the room to the garden on warmer days.
To the first floor are two double bedrooms, the master is a generous size, has built in wardrobes, and a dual aspect over the surrounding area. Bedroom two also has some built in storage and an attractive outlook towards Wellswood Park. The bathroom has both a bath and shower cubicle. On the landing is a built in storage chest, that has in the past been used as an occasional child's bed, with shelving opposite.

The house sits within a walled garden with twin wooden gates at the entrance affording the property a high degree of privacy. There is brick paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The garden has been landscaped for ease of maintenance with the majority laid to gravel, interspersed with shrub borders and small trees. To one corner are productive fruit cages, veggie patch and greenhouse. Adjacent to the conservatory is a garden studio/summer house, fully insulated and double-glazed, currently used as an office and workshop but has all manner of other possible uses.

Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. Gas central heating.

Torbay Council, Town Hall, Castle Circus, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 3DR.
Tel : 01803 201201 E-mail:

Strictly by prior appointment only with Stags on 01803 200160

From Stags Torquay office and the harbour proceed up Torwood Street (A379) through the traffic lights becoming Babbacombe Road. After the shops and pedestrian crossing at Lisburne Square, and just before Wellswood, turn left into Woodend Road where you will find the property second on the left.


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