Christopher’s South Hams are pleased to market this substantial 5 bedroom attached Victorian villa offering a level walk to the town centre.
Starting with the home’s attractive double frontage, there are subtle nods to its history with high ceilings and well-proportioned rooms throughout. A central entrance hall is framed by the main reception rooms and showcases the original Victorian staircase. On one side is the sitting room with bay window and fireplace leading to the semi-open plan dining room with a second fireplace. On the other side of the hallway is a further reception room which lends itself to a variety of uses including a family or games room. Being adjacent to a utility room and separate wet room, there may be potential to convert this area to accommodate a dependent relative subject to relevant consents. To the rear of the house is the well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room with a range of integrated appliances including a wine fridge. Flooded with natural light from the conservatory beyond, there are further double doors leading out to the garden. The conservatory offers insulated roof panels making this a delightful space to enjoy. Upstairs a galleried landing leads to five double bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom with free standing bath and separate walk-in shower. Outside a low stone wall with pedestrian gate opens to a path leading to the front door. On either side of the pathway are areas of pretty level lawn. To the side of the house is a pedestrian gate to the enclosed rear south-facing garden. A large patio with a hot-tub overlooks the level lawn and is sheltered by a high stone wall. An additional brick outbuilding provides useful storage. This superb property is offered with no onward chain.
Imposing Victorian Villa
3 Reception Rooms
Downstairs Wet Room
5 Double Bedrooms
Luxurious Bathroom with Separate Shower
South Facing Garden with Outbuilding & Hot-Tub
Potential for Adaptation (strc)
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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