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A fantastic period terraced house tucked away in a quiet back water of Tiverton. Retaining some fabulous features makes this an attractive purchase for those wanting period design but styled for modern living.
This wonderful period terraced house would appeal to a broad range of buyers and stands in fantastic order throughout.
Approached from the front through an attractive and well-tended garden the property stands with the character typical of its era.
The entrance hall is long and runs from the front to the rear with some useful understairs storage.
The living/dining room has lovely high ceilings giving a good sense of space. An attractive period style open fireplace makes for a lovely focal point of the room, a window overlooks the front garden while a window within the dining area looks out to the rear. Ample space is offered for a family dining suite.
The kitchen has a range of free standing furniture and gives the room a lovely country feel. Stable doors provide access to a courtyard area and then onto the main garden.
A lovely large and bright master bedroom has dual windows overlooking the front garden and surrounding countryside, a range of built in cupboards provide ample storage for clothes and accessories.
The second bedroom, also a double room, has an attractive period style fireplace and a window that looks over the rear.
A generous sized family bathroom has the best of both worlds by way of a bath and a completely separate shower, the suite also includes a wash basin and w/c. A useful storage cupboard provides space for towels and the like.
Outside to the front the garden is beautiful and well stocked with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs with an area of lawn.
To the rear an outbuilding provides some useful storage for garden tools and implements. The main area of garden has a lovely variety of plants shrubs and trees that borders some stone chippings. A large summer house/storage area has a welcoming veranda that provides a great place to sit and enjoy the gardens character.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.
On foot from the town centre, proceed up Barrington Street, past Castle Primary School, keeping right. Continuing along Barrington Street, you will see numbers 93-95 on your right and a walkway into Martins Lane. Follow the footpath until reaching three red brick period houses on the left, number 2 is the middle property.