Howard Close, Teignmouth
A wonderful opportunity to purchase a 2-bedroom end terrace property with large conservatory. The property itself is well positioned to fully enjoy the charming views on offer and benefits from a larger than average pleasant multi tier garden, good size & well-presented accommodation and a garage in a block with parking in front.
- Two Bedroom End Terrace Property
- Generous Living Room With Adjoining Conservatory
- Large Elevated Garden With Sun Terrace
- Wonderful Views Over The Coombe Valley Nature Reserve & The River Teign
- Single Garage Located In A Block
- Lapsed Planning To Add Two Additional Dwellings With Parking
- Close To Highly Regarded Local Schools & The Coombe Valley Nature Reserve
- Great Travel Links To The A380, & M5 Motorway
Nestled into the South Devon Coastline is the large town and fishing port of Teignmouth. The aptly named 'Gem of South Devon' offers opportunities for people from all walks of life. Located approximately 13 miles from the cathedral city and county capital of Exeter. There is a fine promenade with sandy beaches, accompanied by a historic pier, dating back to the 1800's and a classic crescent of imposing Georgian buildings. There are plenty of boating opportunities and watercraft activities on the estuary and the "back beach" enjoys a fantastic selection of pubs and restaurants in a superb marine setting. The town has a wide variety of shops and cafes, along with a Waitrose and a large Morrisons supermarket towards the edge of the town.
Teignmouth has several primary schools, along with a well-regarded secondary school/Community College and Trinity School, being a private school offering both primary and secondary education. Teignmouth also offers fantastic travel links within short driving distance to the A380 serving the M5 to the north and towards London. Exeter International Airport is around a 20 mile journey and offers a wide array of domestic & International flights. There is a mainline railway station offering a direct link to Exeter St Davids, London Paddington and the North.
Entering the property into a double glazed, uPVC front porch which then leads into a welcoming entrance hallway. There is a handy cupboard to the right perfect for storage and stairs leading up to the first floor as well as down the garden level. The kitchen is off to the left and is well equipped with a range of wall and base units, complete with rolled edge work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. There is a four-burner gas hob located below an extractor as well as an eye level electric oven and an inset sink with drainer located beneath a large window providing plenty of natural light. There is space and plumbing for an under-counter washing machine as well as a dishwasher and freestanding fridge freezer. There is also room for a small breakfast table if desired. The living room is located down the stairs on the garden level making the most of the space on offer.
The living room is of a good size and has an attractive fireplace with surround and an inset gas fire. Sliding doors open into the conservatory which is a welcome addition to the property providing natural light and additional living space. There is plenty of space for further seating or a small dining table and the room really benefits from a great outlook over the rear garden and allotments. Doors open onto the garden. The house benefits from two double bedrooms with the Master enjoying a built-in mirrored wardrobe and a window to the rear aspect taking full advantage of the views to the rear. Bedroom 2 is located on the upper floor of the property and is again a good-sized room. There is a dormer window to the front and eaves storage to the rear aspect. The bathroom is also located on this floor and has floor to ceiling tiles as well as a 3-piece suite consisting of a corner bath, WC & pedestal wash basin.
The property is approached by steps leading down from the road to the front door. There is an established tiered garden to the front of the house which is well stocked with a variety of colourful shrubs and plants creating a nice approach to the house. To the rear and side of the property is a large established garden with a wide array of plants, shrubs & trees.
There is a lower area laid to lawn with a raised deck area offering a pleasant seating area. Towards the right side of the garden there is a range of raised planters currently used as a vegetable patch, with steps leading up to a raised sun terrace and further decked area creating the perfect barbecue spot where the fantastic views can be fully appreciated. The property also benefits from a single garage in a block with parking in front.
Mains gas, mains water, mains drainage, mains electric
Potential Building Plots
The property has lapsed planning for the erection of 2 additional dwellings in the grounds of a similar size and style as number 58, both with parking. Teignbridge Council Application Details 08/01664/FUL Address: 58 Howard Close, Teignmouth, TQ14 9NW