Christopher’s South Hams are pleased to present this 1930s end terrace home set in an elevated position on this popular private road close to the town centre.
Immaculately presented, this offers well-appointed accommodation with a fantastic open and southerly orientation flooding the property with light. Downstairs there is a kitchen, utility and a semi-open plan sitting/dining room. With a dual aspect, you can overlook the garden to the rear or take in the fabulous southerly views across the town and surrounding countryside whilst enjoying the cosy log burner.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom with a separate cloakroom. A hidden bonus can be found on the second floor where stairs from the landing invite you to an attic room which makes a wonderful study or hobby space.
Outside to the front is a large driveway offering space for a number of vehicles and even a large campervan. The driveway continues to the side of the property leading to the rear garden beyond. This area can also be accessed by a side door at the utility room. The rear garden offers lots of opportunities for both the green-fingered and sociable. With a paved seating area and lawn, there is also an established vegetable garden and greenhouse, as well as a further small outbuilding/garden store to bring together a superb space. This delightful home gives several nods to its 1930s era with high ceilings and picture rails and with a neutral décor throughout, opens the potential to put your own stamp onto something already quite charming.
Please note: Two neighbours have a pedestrian ONLY access up the driveway to gain rear access to their properties. One of those neighbours has a continued right of access on a dedicated path across the rear of the property. These are not their main entrances.
This home is offered with no onward chain.
1930s Semi-Detached Home
No Onward Chain
With the pretty River Erme flowing from the moors through the middle of the town, Ivybridge is family-orientated with a rich heritage of traditional industries such as milling and cloth making that are still celebrated today. As well as its fascinating history, Ivybridge offers adventure. The idyllic countryside and moorland offer miles of magnificent walking trails out of the town, whilst in the town itself you’ll find pubs, eateries and a variety of shops and supermarkets. The property sits within walking distance of the town centre.
There is a good choice of primary schools all within the catchment of the renowned Ivybridge Community College with its World Class Quality Mark Award. There are several places of worship with noteworthy histories, GP and Dental Surgeries, a Minor Injuries Unit, two leisure centres with swimming pools, fitness suites, and various health classes. The charming Watermark with its welcoming library, IT suite, cinema, theatre, coffee shop and conference facilities as well as the ever-popular Ivybridge Rugby, Football, Cricket, and Tennis clubs all add to the community focus of the town. Ivybridge certainly has a wealth of opportunities to welcome you and with its very own train station there are excellent transport links to Plymouth, Exeter, and London with all the amenities that larger cities can offer.
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South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Totnes, TQ9 5NE.
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Strictly by appointment through Christopher’s South Hams, 01752 746550
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