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Parade, Chudleigh, Devon

Parade, Chudleigh, Devon
  • £570,000
  • Address Parade, Chudleigh, Chudleigh, Newton Abbot
  • City Newton Abbot
  • Zip/Postal Code TQ13 0JF
  • Area Chudleigh

Overview

  • Semi-Detached House
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Bathrooms
  • 333312
  • Property ID

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Set well back from the road behind a beech hedge Rosebank occupies a generous plot with a good degree of privacy all round. Believed to date from around 1906 and in an architectural style typical of the era, the house has attractive brick elevations below a slate roof, and a veranda sheltering the front door and adjacent bay window.

Description

A recently renovated & modernised substantial family home in a generous & private plot. 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite), sitting room, play room, large open plan kitchen/dining room, utility. Large garden, driveway parking and garage.

A recently renovated & modernised substantial family home in and a generous & private plot. 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite), sitting room, play room, large open plan kitchen/dining room, utility. Large garden, driveway parking and garage.

Situation

Situated on Parade within the Chudleigh Conservation Area amongst houses from a similar era, this wonderful home is only a short level stroll from Chudleigh town centre. Chudleigh is a popular Devon town for good reason, with a vibrant and active community there is always something going on, and the town is ideally situated between the South Devon coast and the rugged hills of Dartmoor. Haldon Forest, with its mountain bike trails, walking routes and Go Ape is also close by. Chudleigh benefits from a good range of independent shops plus two convenience stores, cafes, pubs, fish & chip shop, a restaurant, as well as a weekly market selling local produce. Several quality takeaway food vans also visit on a regular basis. St Martin & St Mary Church is well supported and holds regular services.

There are opportunities for all types of water sports at nearby Teignmouth or Torbay, where there is also a deep water marina. The walks, pubs and Tors of Dartmoor are only a short drive away and there are several golf clubs in the area, Teign Valley, Dainton, and Teignmouth.

The local primary school is well supported and has a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating. Secondary schools are located in Kingsteignton and independent schools in Teignmouth and Stover, Newton Abbot, with Grammar Schools located in Torquay.

Chudleigh is conveniently located for commuting to Torbay, Exeter or Plymouth with easy access to the A38 and A380, dual carriageways, and also for access to the rest of the country via the M5 motorway at Exeter. There are regular local bus services and mainline rail station in Newton Abbot and Teignmouth linking to London Paddington in around 3 hours. Exeter has an airport flying to national and international destinations.

Description

Set well back from the road behind a beech hedge Rosebank occupies a generous plot with a good degree of privacy all round. Believed to date from around 1906 and in an architectural style typical of the era, the house has attractive brick elevations below a slate roof, and a veranda sheltering the front door and adjacent bay window.

During the current owners tenure the property has been sympathetically renovated and modernised throughout with works completed including but not limited to; a new roof, replumbed with a new heating system, rewired, new kitchen, bathrooms and redecoration. Alterations to the ground floor layout have also been made to encompass modern family living with an impressive kitchen/dining/family room. Many period features have been retained throughout such as fireplaces, doors, picture rails, bay window, high ceilings and deep skirtings.

In brief, accommodation extends to around 150 sqm and consists of four double bedrooms (one with en suite shower room), family bathroom and a small study off the landing on the first floor. To the ground floor off the hallway is the spacious kitchen/dining/family room, sitting room, play room/second reception room, cloakroom/WC, utility room and entrance vestibule. The is scope to create further accommodation if require by extending the first floor over the garage or by converting the large roof space, all subject to the necessary consents.

Outside there is plentiful driveway parking to the front plus a single garage. To the rear is the generous and private family garden.

Accommodation

Below the veranda the solid wood front door with the original mechanical doorbell opens to the entrance vestibule with the period floor tiling still intact, and plenty of space to store coats and boots. A door with obscured glass opens to the entrance hall where the original wooden staircase with ornate turned and carved newel post rises to the first floor.

Right across the hall from the entrance is the heart of this home, the impressive and sizeable kitchen/dining/family room. Approximately half of the room is dedicated to the kitchen with smart dark blue storage units to three walls with quartz work surfaces and stylish matte gold handles. A composite 1.5 bowl sink and drainer is positioned with a view over the garden and has a matching matte gold tap. Partly recessed into the chimney breast where the original range would have been is a dual-fuel Belling range cooker behind which is a Smeg downdraft extractor hood which electrically retracts into the work surface when not in use. In the centre is a large island unit with further storage and a breakfast bar to one end. There is space for an undercounter dishwasher and space for a freestanding American style fridge freezer. The remainder of the room currently houses a large family dining table, however, with a different table there would also be space for a more informal sitting area at the far end where there is also a wood-burning stove. Fitted to the recesses either side of the chimney breast are bespoke shelving and storage cupboards. Sliding patio doors give a lovely view over and access to the garden. Karndean wood effect flooring has been laid throughout this room and the hallway.

The cosy sitting room is next to the kitchen with a wood-burning stove fitted in the chimney breast and matching bespoke shelving and cupboards in the recess either side. What is believed to be the original wooden bay window has been retained letting plenty of light in and adding to the charm and period feel.

Along the hallway is a further reception room currently in use as a play room. Opposite which is the cloakroom/WC with a mixed pattern tiled floor, hand wash basin and traditional high cistern WC. At the far end of the hallway is a utility room with space and plumbing for washing and drying machines. A door from here leads to the single garage.

Upstairs, off the L-shaped landing are the four double bedrooms all of which have restored cast iron fire surrounds and mantles. The main bedroom is to the front and has an en suite shower room as well as fitted wardrobes either side of the chimney breast. The bedrooms to the rear have a lovely view over the garden and surrounding countryside in the direction of Dartmoor.

Outside

At the front of the property behind a beech hedge is a large gravelled parking area with wooden close board fencing to one boundary and hedging and trees to the other. The back garden can be accessed from the front through the garage or from the patio doors in the kitchen/dining room. Steps descend from the sliding patio door at the rear of the house to a terrace with space for garden furniture. The terrace continues to the rear of the garage where there is also a garden shed. The garden below the terrace gently slopes away from the house and is mainly laid to lawn and interspersed with trees with a pathway down one side creating a great space for children’s imaginary adventures. The right and far boundaries have wooden close board fencing the other is lined with trees and bushes.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: Council Tax band E – for the 01/04/2023 to 31/03/2024 financial year is £2,782.64

Services: Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity, gas central heating.

Local Authority: Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Rd, Newton Abbot TQ12 4XX, 01626 361101.

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the selling agent: James Taylor – The Agency UK Teignbridge.

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