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Lower Street, Kingsbridge
Under offer

2 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | £249,950


  • End Terrace House
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Reception
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Energy Rating : D
  • Council Tax Band B
  • shower
  • garden

A beautifully presented two bedroom cottage in West Alvington. Full of character features including beamed ceilings and wood burner, plus a substantial garden, the property would make an ideal family home, or holiday let/second home.

The location:
West Alvington is a popular village located on the outskirts of the market town of Kingsbridge, and offers a public house, village Hall, and primary school.
The sought after market town of Kingsbridge is located at the head of the estuary in the beautiful South Hams, an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. There is a fantastic range of local and independent shops, restaurants, pubs, two supermarkets, a cinema, a leisure centre with swimming pool, medical centre and community hospital.

The property:
1 lower Street is a lovely end of terrace cottage, full of character, and beautifully presented throughout . With a good size living space, the property would make a great family home, second home or a holiday let. The property has UPVC double glazing throughout, and the heating is provided by the multi fuel burner which heats the 1st floor radiators along with a further low energy radiator in the living room. There is a small courtyard garden to the rear, with a large detached garden with far reaching views that can be accessed via a shared path. The property comprises:

Entrance Hall:
Half glazed front door, beamed ceiling and pine semi glazed door leading to

Living room:
If ever there was a room that epitomises what living in a cottage is about, then this is it. With beamed ceilings, large inglenook fireplace with Coseyfire multi fuel burner, and window seat forming part of the dining area, you can just imagine sitting here with your family in front of a cosy fire. Additional cupboard housing the electric meter and further under stairs storage

Kitchen:
An attractive and light space with a range of country kitchen style wall and base units with solid wood worksurface and inset sink. Space for electric cooker, fridge/freezer, and plumbing for washing machine. UPVC door to rear courtyard

First floor:
Landing:
Window to side elevation, part painted stone wall, access to loft.

Bedroom 1:

Double bedroom with built in double wardrobe and further single wardrobe. Carpeted with window to front with window seat under


Bedroom 2:

Double bedroom, carpeted with window to front with window seat under

Bathroom:

Good size bathroom with obscure window to rear. White suite comprising bath with shower over, basin and WC. Built in airing cupboard.

Outside:
To the front of the property is a small external area with raised beds and stone and slate steps to the front door. To the rear of the property is a small courtyard garden with storage area suitable for surf boards etc. The owners tell us it is the perfect spot for a morning cup of coffee!

Following a shared access path to the rear of the property you will find a gorgeous large garden with stunning countryside views, mainly laid to lawn with various vegetable patches and a summer house. The summer house, currently used as a studio, has a covered outside seating area and has power provided by solar panels.

Directions:
From our office, proceed North on Fore Street and turn left onto the A379. At the roundabout, turn left onto Cookworthy Road. Follow this road to the next roundabout, and take the A381 signposted Salcombe. Follow this road until you reach West Alvington and drive through the village. Lower Street is the first left turn after passing through the narrow section of road in the centre.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax band: B

Services: Main water and sewer, electric

EPC Rating: D

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