A walk-through tour of this spacious and light 2 bedroom home (could easily be divided to 3 bedrooms) located close to the town centre and beaches. Large li...
VIDEO TOUR – A spacious, light and bright 2 bed property with potential to divide to 3 beds, sea peeps, short walk to centre & beaches. Living room, kitchen, space in shared garage and shared utility room.
Walk-through VIDEO TOUR in gallery… A spacious, light and bright 2 bed property with potential to divide to 3 beds, sea peeps, short walk to centre & beaches. Living room, kitchen, space in shared garage and shared utility room.
Parson Street is ideally situated just off Exeter Road, a short walk from the town centre, beaches, pubs, bars and restaurants, with the wider facilities of Teignmouth close at hand.
Teignmouth is a coastal town on the south Devon coast located to the North of the mouth of the River Teign, opposite the village of Shaldon to the South, some 12 miles South of the Cathedral City of Exeter. Originally a fishing port, the town became popular in Georgian times following the opening of the South Devon Railway and remains a popular coastal holiday destination today.
There is a wide promenade along the seafront with a sandy beach and the pier at the centre. On the other side of the promenade is The Den, a green area where events are held throughout the year. The beach continues around the headland to the Back Beach where there is a good selection of restaurants and pubs. There are a wide variety of independent and chain shops and cafes in the town plus two supermarkets, as well as a theatre and bowling club.
Teignmouth has several primary schools, plus a well-regarded secondary school/Community College. Trinity School is a private school offering both primary and secondary education.
Transport links are good with easy access from the property to Exeter Road or Dawlish Road. Exeter Road links to the A380 dual carriageway leading to Exeter, the M5 and the country beyond. There are bus stops on Woodway Road and Dawlish Road. Teignmouth has a mainline railway station on the Penzance to London Paddington Line. Exeter Airport flies to national and international destinations.
The current owners have lived at the property since new around 20 years ago and have really enjoyed the convenient location the property offers. Westcliff Heights comprises of four properties, three of the same design and one larger over three levels. Of the three that are similar this is the largest and offers many benefits over the others, such as being at one end of the building only joined by one wall, extra windows in the side elevation, and its own separate access without having to use the shared entranceway. Whilst currently laid out as a 2 bedroom home, the builder designed the property as such that the large main bedroom could simply be divided into two by erecting a stud wall and adding a doorway (subject to any permissions required) to create a third bedroom or home office/study.
The accommodation is traditionally laid out over two levels above the shared garage. The kitchen and living room are on the mid-level of the building as a whole, although the ground floor when viewed from the front door. On the top floor off the landing are the two bedrooms and bathroom.
Please refer the accompanying video tour and floor plan. The front door opens to the entrance hall where stairs rise to the first floor, there is a useful under stair storage cupboard and a further cupboard adjacent to the front door. Wood effect laminate flooring extends from the hallway into the living room. The kitchen is partially open to the living room through an archway over the work tops and has a range of wood effect units to three sides with black granite effect work tops with inset stainless steel sink and drainer. There is a freestanding electric cooker and space for a dishwasher. The combination boiler is situated in one of the kitchen cupboards and has a Hive Smart Thermostat fitted enabling you to control the heating from an app so you can always come back to a warm home, or even turn off the heating remotely if you decide to stay out, thus saving energy. The living room is a well proportioned light room thanks to the large windows and dual aspect with a pleasant outlook over the surrounding area. It is also a warm room thanks to its southerly aspect getting the best of the days sun. There is plenty of space for sitting and dining furniture and an electric fire in a marble effect surround with wooden mantle provides a warming focal point.
Stairs with a wooden banister and spindles rise to the first floor landing with a large window to the side elevation, off which are the two bedrooms and bathroom. Bedroom one is of generous proportions with plenty of space for wardrobes and other furniture. There are two windows giving views over the town and sea peeps over the roof tops. As previously mentioned, this bedroom was designed so it could be divided to give a total of three bedrooms if required, or a home office. Bedroom two could accommodate a standard double bed if required but is currently used as a single bedroom. The bathroom has a large corner bath, wash basin, WC and corner shower cubicle with vinyl flooring.
A driveway from Parson Street leads to the garage with electric remote garage door on the lower floor with an allocated space for each property, and space to turn. From here a door leads to numbers 2, 3 and 4, as well as the shared laundry room with provision for a private washing machine for each property and a shared drying machine. Number 1 can use the shared access if desired, but with the benefit of the entranceway not passing the front door of number 1, giving a higher degree of privacy and separation.
Leasehold – 999 year lease from January 2002 leaving 979 years remaining. A quarter share of Freehold (all owners are directors in the freehold owning company). Service charge approx. £100 per Annum, Communal Electricity £120 per Annum, Insurance Contribution £200 per Annum. No AST or holiday letting permitted.
Council Tax band C – £1904.06 for the 01/04/2022 to 31/03/2023 financial year.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity, gas central heating with Hive Smart Thermostat.
Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Rd, Newton Abbot TQ12 4XX, 01626 361101.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agent: James Taylor – The Agency UK Teignbridge.
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