A substantial detached Victorian house on a favoured residential road with good access to the town centre. Garden room, sitting room, dining opening to the kitchen, four well proportioned bedrooms, family bathroom, well stocked private gardens, long driveway and detached garage, sought after location. EPC Band C
Keyberry Park is a favoured residential road and lies only a few minutes walk from Decoy Country Park and several additional fine parks. The house is within a short walk of the mainline railway station with direct links to London Paddington; whilst there are many bus stops with services to Exeter and Torbay.
Newton Abbot has an ever growing array of individual shops, supermarkets, cafes, delis and restaurants, professional services and recreational facilities. Sainsbury's supermarket is a few minutes walk away.
There is a renowned market and cultural activities to enjoy. The A380 is close by allowing easy access to Torbay, Exeter and beyond via the M5 motorway network. DESCRIPTION
The property enjoys a private position in its established and well stocked gardens. It is equipped with uPVC double glazing and gas central heating for comfort. The house has Rockwool external cladding for insulation, which has aided the EPC 'C' rating.
Another noteworthy feature is the long driveway approaching the garage, with an additional car park area by the entrance gates. Although subject to the required consents, there is the potential to build a house in the lower area of the garden. ACCOMMODATION
Glazed door opening to enclosed porch with original Victorian door. Reception hall with staircase rising to the first floor. Off the hall is the garden room affording a sunny outlook over the garden with tiled floor.
Sitting room with wooden floor and marble Adam style surround. The original ceiling cornicing and picture rails remain. Large tilt and turn door leading out to a decked area to one side. Original Victorian wooden shutters.
The well proportioned dining room can accommodate a large dining table and has a period fire surround and windows to the front and side. Victorian security shutters. Archway opening to the kitchen with a wide range of cupboards and Belfast sink set into a feature woodblock surface. Adjacent gas range. The rear hall provides access to the cellar and doors lead off to the study/Bedroom 5, utility, cloakroom shower room.
On the first floor there is a galleried landing and four good sized bedrooms, together with a family bathroom and separate WC. Above bedroom 3 is a large roof void with easy ladder access. This area is partially floored and currently used for storage but could be easily converted to create additional living space, subject to any necessary consents.
The cellar room which is accessed from the rear hallway, has a double glazed window, power and an insulated ceiling. This room would suit a number of uses including a home gym or family games room. OUTSIDE
The extensive grounds have well stocked established gardens are planted with a plethora of trees, bushes and specimen shrubs. There are lawned areas and a summerhouse with secluded decked section.
There is also a paved courtyard area providing access to a greenhouse and shed. In addition, there is an arbour covered with climbers with seat in the garden and productive kitchen garden with fruit trees and blueberry bushes.
The long driveway approach provides good parking as well as turning space leading up to the large garage. Adjacent to the entrance gates is a large hard standing car park. SERVICES
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. LOCAL AUTHORITY
Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail: email@example.com. VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags on 01803 865454. DIRECTIONS
From the Torquay Road in Newton Abbot, take the turning at the traffic lights towards Sainsbury's. Follow this under the bridge and take the next right onto Keyberry Park. Number 2 will be found a short distance along this road on the right hand side.