A Grade II Listed Three Storey Townhouse, full of original character. Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing. Lovely Sitting Room with INglenook fireplace open plan to Breakfast Kitchen. Three good sized Bedrooms and Bathroom. Courtyard Gardens overlooking the River Corve. EPC TBC.
5.2m x 3.2m (16'11" x 10'7")
A lovely room with double glazed window to front, large brick inglenook fireplace on a quarry tiled hearth with a feature ornamental stove. Wall lights points, radiator and open plan toBreakfast Kitchen
3.7m x 3.4m (12'0" x 11')
With a tiled floor, range of wall and base units with inset stainless steel sink unit, integrated ceramic hob and integrated electric oven. Space and plumbing for washing machine or dishwasher and space for fridge. Part tiled walls and metal framed window to side. Space for table and chairs, wooden stairs rising to the first floor and glazed paned door opening to the courtyard gardens.First Floor
Landing with recessed area, staircase rising to second floor and doors opening toBedroom
3.9m x 2.5m (12'11" x 8'3")
With two wooden double glazed windows to the front, radiator and full width built in wardrobes with double doors.Bedroom
3.4m x 2.7m (11'1" x 8'11")
With double glazed window to rear overlooking courtyard gardens and with views over the River Corve to meadow beyond. Radiator and over-stairs cupboard housing gas central heating boiler which was installed in 2016 and has been serviced annually.Bathroom
2.0m x 1.7m (6'8" x 5'6")
Appointed with a suite of panelled bath with electric shower over, wash basin and wc. Part tiled walls, radiator and single glazed window to rear.Second Floor Bedroom
5.4m x 3.1m (17'8" x 10'4")
A narrow staircase rises from the first floor landing to this pretty room with exposed beams and exposed brick wall, part vaulted ceiling, double glazed skylight and window to front.Courtyard Gardens
To the rear of the property is a courtyard style garden with paved seating area, flower borders and a path leading to the top quarry tiled seating area which has steps leading down to the River Corve and enjoys views to the meadow beyond.Agents Note
Prospective buyers should note that the property did flood in 2007 as did most of the houses in this part of Lower Corve Street. It was the year the bridge collapsed. Since then the bridge has been rebuilt, the river widened and culverts in the adjoining meadows were cleared and are regularly maintained. There have been no issues with flooding since 2007. The refurbishment of the property was carried out under an insurance claim, this included a new kitchen floor, new kitchen and overhaul of the electrical wiring.