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Desirable town centre location!
A charming and spacious grade II listed 2 bedroom property in this sought after location, with garden and parking.
Very well presented throughout
Tucked away location
Kitchen / dining room
2 double bedrooms
Off road parking
Privately owned solar panels
Potential rental income £695 pcm
The Old Carriage House originally formed part of the vicarage, and now offers spacious 2 bedroom accommodation in this tucked away location, within an easy walk of the town centre. The property is very well presented throughout, with entrance hall, bathroom, sitting room and kitchen / dining on the ground floor. There are French doors to the garden from the dining room, opening into the covered seating area and onto the garden. The kitchen / dining room is a really lovely entertaining space and is well fitted with a good range of cream wall and base units. The sitting room is a lovely size room with a fireplace and woodburner. The stairs lead from this room upstairs to the landing and 2 double bedrooms, all of which have real wood flooring.
Outside, to the front of the property there is a carport, giving off road parking. To the rear of the property, the owners have created a really attractive garden which is separated into different parts, with a lovely covered seating area, patio and lawn. Whilst this property is in the town, the garden provides a tranquil, quiet space to enjoy the outdoors. The property also benefits from solar panels providing an income of approximately £600 per annum.
Tiverton town centre has a good range of independent and high street retailers, all within an easy walk of the property. There is a leisure centre with swimming pool and newly refurbished gym facility. The town also provides good transport links with the M5 and Tiverton Parkway station being just 10 minutes drive away.
Please see the floor plan for the dimensions. The internal photos have been taken with a wide angle lens to show more of the rooms.
From our offices at the end of Fore Street, proceed down St. Andrew Street and the property will be found on the right. Alternatively; from the multi storey car park walk up the hill to the left of the bus station, towards the museum and you will see an alleyway that leads through to St. Andrew Street. Walk through here and turn left, proceed towards the end of the street and take the drive way on the left - the property is the first on the left.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Please note, there are 984 years remaining on the lease and the property is subject to a £10 per annum service charge.