Courtenay House is an imposing, double fronted, Victorian property believed to date from the 1870s. There is great potential for the accommodation to be adapted for multi-generational use and the property is ideally situated within the centre of town in walking distance of all amenities. The property enjoys many period features including high ceilings and gothic-style arched windows that are a feature throughout, making this a very individual and attractive period property.
The canopied entrance porch covers two doors, one leads into a large open plan split level double aspect sitting/dining room with tall gothic-style windows allowing for plenty of light and adds great character to the room. From here access can be gained to the utility and kitchen which are split but both of which have been fitted with a range of modern units with inset sink unit, gas hob with extractor over and double electric oven. From the kitchen area you will find access to a rear entrance porch and further access to a separate WC this can also be accessed from a small room located at the rear of the higher split-level area in the lounge/sitting room.
From the canopied entrance a further door leads to an inner hallway where you will find the stairs rising to the first floor and a further door leading to a downstairs double bedroom with modern en-suite shower room. The turning staircase with large window to the side elevation leads to a spacious landing off which there are four further double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room. The main bedroom is particularly spacious and overlooks the front aspect of the property with the afore mentioned arched windows. The main bedroom is currently used as a lounge and illustrates the flexibility of the accommodation on offer should you wish to use the rooms in a different way or for multi-generational living. There is also a further utility room/laundry room with sink unit and a family bathroom with bath, low level WC and pedestal wash basin.
Outside, to the front the garden is enclosed with stone wall with steps leading up the front door. There is a level lawned area and stocked flower borders as well as paved patio area with gate leading to the rear garden. The rear garden enjoys a good sized area laid to lawn together with well-stocked borders, a number of mature shrubs and trees and a timber-decked seating area. There is a workshop/store and patio.
Directions - From the A38 take the Drumbridges exit continuing on the A382 towards Bovey Tracey. At the second roundabout turn right into the town centre. Proceed up the hill passing Tesco on the right and Courtenay House can be found after approximately 150 yards on the left hand side.
Services - All mains’ services are connected.