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4 Bedroom Terrace For Sale Price £350,000

The Terrace, Loddiswell

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A characterful Grade II Listed four bedroom family home built in 1840 with delightful south facing garden, garage and workshop. The accommodation briefly comprises three reception rooms, kitchen breakfast room, four bedrooms including a large atttic bedroom occupying almost the entire roof space, bath/shower room and WC.

The village of Loddiswell is situated about four miles to the west of Kingsbridge with its wide variety of shops and two supermarkets and has a shop with part time post office, pub, two churches, village hall, a recently built primary school and a recreation ground. Nearby are a garden centre and organic butcher, both with pleasant cafes. The popular towns of Salcombe and Dartmouth are a short drive away, as are the many beautiful beaches of the South Hams coast.

At the centre of the house is an inner hallway with stairs to the first floor and access to the kitchen and three reception rooms.

A spacious room with many original features including French doors with glazed side panels to the covered veranda, original iron fireplace with timber surround, cupboards and shelving built into the alcoves and original working shutters.

Sitting Room
Another characterful room with original iron fireplace, original working shutters and glazed door to the

This is fully enclosed and measures twenty seven feet in length with two sets of French doors opening into the garden. Being south facing it offers ideal conditions to grow citrus fruits etc.

Dining Room
With ample space for a large dining table, the dining room has a window to the side aspect original working shutters and an attractive tiled fireplace with timber surround and wood burning stove.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room
A farmhouse style kitchen with window and partly glazed door to the front courtyard, exposed ceiling beams and recess with opening to the dining room above the one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. There is also an electric range style cooker, a range of matching wall and floor units with roll edge work surfaces, spaces for white goods and a door leading to the inner hallway.

First Floor Landing

With window to the front aspect and stripped wooden flooring, the bathroom has a period roll top bath with ornate mixer tap/shower attachment, a wall mounted wash basin and a double sized shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, an airing cupboard housing a hot water tank and the central heating boiler and shelving

The separate WC has a small window to the front aspect and built in storage.

Bedroom One
A large double bedroom with window overlooking the garden and an original iron fireplace with timber surround.

Bedroom Two
Another double bedroom with window overlooking the garden and iron fireplace, bedroom two has a double storage cupboard built in to one alcove and a curtained hanging space in the other.

Bedroom Three
Yet another double bedroom with window to the side aspect.

Second Floor

Entered via a landing with dormer window, the attic, with ample headroom, is a generous space with two Velux windows and under eaves storage. Currently furnished as a hobbies workroom and snug it is large enough to accommodate a spacious master bedroom and en suite.

The property can be approached via a wide gate with vehicle access into a courtyard which shares access with neighbours, or by a pedestrian gate from the road leading into a side passage and the south facing garden. In front of the veranda is a full width paved terrace which leads on to a mature and traditionally landscaped garden with paved paths, a lawn, flower and shrub beds, vegetable area, and trees including a specimen magnolia tree.

Garage and Workshop
Converted from an old stone barn, the garage with power and light has double timber doors and sufficient space to house a vehicle, and has a wood store and stairs to the first floor workshop with a window to the front aspect.

Mains water, drainage and electricity. Heating is by electric boiler to radiators, wood burning stove and open fires.


Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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