A stylish end terraced town house in a contemporary development, situated a short distance from the town centre
The house is in a good position and has an attractive outlook at the rear over the communal gardens with the River Bovey flowing past.
A front entrance door opens to a hall, which has a staircase to the first floor with a cupboard under and a cloakroom. The third bedroom is a single room with two glazed doors to the rear garden and built-in wardrobes. On the first floor, there is a hall with a staircase to the second floor. There is an L-shaped open plan living area which extends from the front to the rear. In the kitchen area, there is a range of units with integrated appliances including an electric oven, a four burner gas hob, a filter hood and a dishwasher. Also, there is a free standing fridge/freezer and a window at the front. In the lounge/dining area there is a window and two glazed doors to a balcony at the rear, with an outlook over the communal gardens with the River Bovey flowing past. There is a utility room with a free standing washing machine and a gas fired boiler. The utility room leads to a cloakroom. On the second floor, there is a landing with a hatch to the loft space. The master bedroom is a sizeable double room with a window at the rear overlooking the communal gardens, built-in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is a double room with a window overlooking the communal gardens at the rear and built-in wardrobes. There is a white suite in the bathroom.
Outside, there is a block paved drive at the front providing parking. There is a recess in front of the integral single garage, with a main external door and a personal door to the hall. There are enclosed side and rear garden areas, which are arranged with stone chippings for ease of maintenance. At the rear, there is a gate providing access to the adjoining communal gardens.
Waterside is a contemporary development situated off Le Molay-Littry Way, which leads to Fore Street in the town centre. The country town of Bovey Tracey is on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park and offers a good range of amenities, with a number of shops, a library and a primary school, as well as doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries. A variety of recreational activities are available in the area, including walking, riding, fishing and golf. Around 2.5 miles from the town, at Heathfield, there is access to the A38 Devon Expressway, connecting to Exeter and the M5 motorway to the north and Plymouth to the south.
SERVICES All mains services. Gas central heating.
AGENTS NOTE There is an ongoing charge for the upkeep to the communal parts to the development. For the 6 month period from 1st April 2019 to 30th September 2019 the charge is £251.86p.
DIRECTIONS From the public car park in Station Road, Bovey Tracey, turn right and proceed over the river bridge. Turn first right into Le Molay-Littry Way and then opposite the doctors surgery on the left, take the first turning right into Waterside.
This well presented modern home is in a stylish development, situated within walking distance of the town centre.