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This town centre period cottage is a true hidden gem located right in the historic part of Totnes town centre. It requires modernisation, which has been reflected in the asking price.
Bank Lane connects Fore Street in central Totnes with Victoria Street. Hence it is in walking distance of the wide range of individual shopping outlets, eating venues/public houses and recreational /cultural facilities that Totnes has to offer. The town also has regular bus services and a railway station sited on the mainline that links Penzance with London Paddington.
The property itself has been in the same ownership for many years and now requires modernisation. This is reflected in the asking price. Noteworthy features include the well proportioned and quirky accommodation as well as the 100ft rear garden where there is a studio building/workshop. It is equipped with gas central heating and part secondary double glazing.
Staircase to the first floor and door to:-
Two understairs storage cupboards. Six steps lead up to the kitchen/dining room. Doors lead off to the living room and to the:-
Doors to the garden, boiler room and to the:-
With wall mounted basin and W.C. Electrically heated towel rail and water heater (not tested). Small window.
15' 9'' x 13' 10'' (4.80m x 4.21m)
Open fireplace. Coved ceiling and fitted shelving. French doors lead out to the rear garden, which faces south.
16' 6'' x 10' 3'' (5.03m x 3.12m)
(Maximum, plus the depth of the alcove cupboards in the dining area.) Stainless steel sink unit, floor and wall cuboards. Provision for an electric cooker and plumbing for a washing machine. Two windows to the easterly elevation. Six steps up to:-
11' 7'' x 10' 7'' (3.53m x 3.22m)
( Including the depth of the built in shelved cupboard in one corner.) Shower tray and electric shower unit. Windows to the east and west.
Arched display niche. Window affording a delightful outlook over the rear garden to the hills in the distance.
15' 7'' x 10' 0'' (4.75m x 3.05m)
(Plus the depth of the built in wardrobes to one wall which have clothes rails and fitted shelving.) A lovely view over the rear garden, to the southern elevation, is enjoyed from this room.
13' 2'' x 7' 5'' (4.01m x 2.26m)
Panelled bath having shower attachment. Pedestal basin, bidet and W.C. Built in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and slatted shelving. Further storage cupboards. Fully tiled walls.
At the rear of the house is a truly delightful south facing level garden. It is around 100ft long and has been attractively landscaped to provide patio areas, an expanse of lawn and a profusion of established trees, shrubs and smaller plants. A pathway leads to the foot of the garden where there is a pedestrian gate leading out onto Bank Lane.
13' 2'' x 7' 3'' (4.01m x 2.21m)
Economy 7 night storage heater and window overlooking the garden.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating.
Leasehold Term 999 years from 23rd May 1984. Ground rent £1.00 per annum.
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