Property Features2 3
- Three Bedroom Detached House
- Outstanding Panoramic Views
- Desirable Village Location
- South Facing Garden
- Two Garages
- Gas Central Heating
- Excellent Potential
- No Onward Chain
Property SummaryOccupying an enviable position in a sought after Teign Estuary village with truly breathtaking views across the river, out to sea and the rolling hills beyond. Enjoying a South-facing garden, parking and no onward chain.
Offered for sale for the first time since it was built over 60 years ago is this fantastic three bedroom family home situated on the rural fringes of the village. Enjoying an enviable and elevated position taking advantage of spectacular panoramic views of the Teign Estuary, countryside, Shaldon and Dartmoor. This property has no onward chain.
Inside of the property you will find spacious accommodation throughout starting with a porch to the side making an ideal place to kick off those mucky boots after a dog walk, that then leads into a kitchen with windows overlooking the rear garden. A spacious dining room with multi-fuel burner and ample space for a table and chairs makes a great room for entertaining, an opening leads into the sitting room which is a dual aspect and has access through bi-folding doors onto the raised decking area and doors leading into the conservatory.
Continuing along the hall is a spacious double bedroom with built in wardrobes and access into the second conservatory which again has spectacular views. Being a sunny aspect this room would make a great art studio or office. Also on the ground floor, there is bedroom three which is currently being used as an office and there is also a family bathroom.
Stairs lead to the first floor double bedroom which has a door leading into an en-suite shower room. This room has fabulous views over the front garden and river.
To the front of the property there are two garages, one is a single and the other is a small double. Steps leading to the front door via a sweeping pathway that takes you through the established gardens. The decking area is a real sun trap and with the views that it has on offer, it makes the perfect spot for al fresco dining and watching that fabulous sunset over the hills. Over the years the garden has been a real feature of the property with a variety of fruit trees including a veg patch, apple trees, raspberries, strawberries and a variety of attractive plants. Access to the side of the property leads to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and backs onto farmland.
Bishopsteignton is a sought after Teign Estuary Village with a thriving community. The Village has a shop, chemist, post office, parish Church, primary school and pubs. The towns of Teignmouth and Newton Abbot are both easily accessible providing a wider range of facilities including shops, leisure centres, schools, hospitals and train stations. Trinity Private School in Teignmouth is approximately 3 miles away. The A380 dual carriageway is around 5 miles away, providing access to the Cathedral City of Exeter and the M5 motorway. Exeter also has an international airport with an increasing number of destinations.
From Teignmouth continue along the Bishopsteignton / Newton Road and after approximately 1.3 miles turn right onto Church Road. Continue past the Church and as the road bends again continue left onto Fore Street as you pass the Ring Of Bells pub on your right. Continue along Fore Street, passing Central Garage on your left and then take a right turn onto Clanage Street, continue onto Smith Hill until you reach the top, then take a left onto Teign View Road. Number 58 is located on the right-hand side.