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Fairfield Terrace, Newton Abbot

3 beds | 1 bath | 2 receptions | Guide price £235,000


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  • Victorian Mid-Terraced House
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Modern Kitchen & Bathroom
  • Gas Central Heating & Double Glazing
  • Enclosed Rear Courtyard Garden
  • Town Centre Location
  • Convenient for Schools

A spacious, period mid-terraced house, conveniently situated for Newton Abbot's town centre and amenities. Presented over 3 floors, the property comprises 2 reception rooms, modern kitchen & family bathroom & 3 double bedrooms with a courtyard to the rear.

Coast and Country are very pleased to have been given instructions to market this lovely 3 bedroom Victorian terraced home situated in the heart of Newton Abbot. The property is well-presented throughout and blends several original features with modern. The property boasts a modern kitchen and bathroom, double glazing and gas central heating. This property is ideally suited to a wide range of buyers; whether a first purchase, a family home or an investment for letting, we expect this house to be popular and an early viewing is recommended to avoid disappointment.

Newton Abbot is a popular market town and Fairfield Terrace is conveniently situated just off the main street, with its wide range of shops, businesses, restaurants and coffee shops. The property is also within walking distance of a number of primary schools, local parks, the bus station and mainline railway station. The town's two secondary schools are within ¾ mile and the A380 dual carriageway linking Torbay and Exeter (M5 beyond) is again approximately ¾ mile away.

Accommodation

Approached over an area of hardstanding, there is a covered archway leading to the front door. Inside is a well-proportioned hallway with storage area under the stairs and doors to both the lounge and kitchen. The lounge offers a good amount of space and has a feature fireplace which is currently not in use. Once separate, the dividing wall has been removed to make this room open plan with the dining room behind, allowing natural light to flood in from both the front and back of the property. The dining room is also of a good size, easily big enough for a six-seater table and again has a feature fireplace which is currently not in use. The kitchen is modern and situated at the back of the property; accessed either via the hallway or through the dining room. The space has been well utilised and offers a good amount of worktop space along with a free-range oven. There are also French doors leading to the rear courtyard garden.

From the hallway, stairs lead to a half-landing with window which leads first to the spacious family bathroom including bath with shower over, basin and WC. Up a further three stairs are bedrooms two and three which are both generous doubles. From the hallway, there is a staircase leading to the third double bedroom which is in the converted loft. This room has ample space for double bed and further storage can also be found in the eves. The room has two Velux windows, one on either side of the roof and completes the accommodation of the property.

Outside
To the rear is a good sized courtyard garden with raised beds and shed.

Parking
A residents' permit parking scheme is in operation through the local council. Zone B.

To the front is a versatile area of hardstanding.

Agents Notes
Council Tax: Currently Band B

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