Overlooking the River Dart and available with no upward chain is this detached wooden lodge-style property, benefitting from a detached garage and low-maintenance, mainly paved garden. The cosy accommodation comprises entrance hallway with storage cupboard, sitting room, conservatory, shower room/WC and double bedroom.
A detached timber lodge style home overlooking the River Dart in the popular town of Buckfastleigh.
Located at the end of a 'private no-through road', the property occupies a level enclosed plot with easy-to-maintain, mainly paved gardens. From the rear garden, a gateway and steps lead down to the river bank. A detached garage provides parking.
Buckfastleigh is an ancient woollen town with a magnificent Abbey and pretty town centre with plenty of shops and amenities. Located just off the A38 Devon Expressway, offering easy access to the Plymouth, Exeter and the M5, the property is available with no upward chain.
The accommodation is cosy and well-presented. An entrance hallway has storage cupboards off and opens to the sitting room with vaulted ceiling, twin Velux roof lights and French doors to a double glazed conservatory with patio doors to the garden and enjoying the fantastic view over the river.
A practical kitchen has units arranged in a U shape and Velux roof light. A double bedroom overlooks the front through a double glazed window and again extra light is provided by a roof window. A modern shower room has an oversized shower cabinet, WC and basin.
The property includes a detached garage.
Enclosed, low-maintenance paved gardens surround the property.
Council Tax: Currently Band A.
Service Charges: On an as and when basis.
Services: Mains electricity, drainage and water.
It is unlikely, due to the non-standard construction, that this property would be considered mortgageable by mainstream lenders.
The sale of this property is subject to a grant of probate.