Property Features1 2
- Detached Bungalow
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Desirable Seaside Town Location
- Beautifully Maintained Gardens
- Driveway and Single Garage
- Close to Nature Reserve
- Nearby Bus Stop
- No Onward Chain
- Gas Central Heating
There is a reason this property was the show home many years ago when these homes were being built, and that is because of the spectacular views and the generous plot size.
Offered for sale with no onward chain is this fantastic two bedroom detached bungalow situated on the popular Lovell Homes development. With a nearby bus stop adding convenience to this home and its close proximity to Coombe Valley Nature Reserve which offers great walks.
Inside the property, you will find spacious accommodation throughout. An entrance hall with loft access and a storage cupboard leads into the living room which is a fantastic size, with an attractive feature fire set into marble hearth and matching surround and spectacular views across to The Ness and out to sea.
A door then leads into the kitchen which has a range of modern fitted wall and base units, space for white goods, gas hob with hidden extractor fan and an electric oven. From the kitchen, a door leads into the conservatory which has fantastic views across the garden, heating and sliding doors onto the patio area.
The two bedrooms are both double and are located at the front and the rear of the property with the master bedroom having great views out to sea and is fitted with an extensive range of bedroom furniture. Bedroom two enjoys views across the garden.
There is a contemporary fitted shower room which is fully tiled and has a white suite comprising low-level WC, wash hand basin in a vanity unit and sliding door opening into a walk-in shower. There is also an obscure glazed window and linen cupboard.
The gardens are a real feature of the property and have previously won the garden in bloom competition. Occupying a corner plot with a widened brick paved driveway leading to the integral larger than an average single garage with an electric door, light, power, carpet, coved ceiling and also houses the gas central heating boiler. A pathway and steps lead to the front door and there is side access to the rear of the property. The front gardens are mainly laid to lawn with beautifully planted trees and flower beds. The rear garden is beautifully landscaped in tiers and is fully enclosed. With a variety of attractive flowers, plants and trees. A patio area makes an ideal place to sit and enjoy the sunshine and is a fabulous outside eating area. There is also a large area in the garden which has the potential use to house a motorhome or a campervan. There is an outside courtesy light and a water tap.
Teignmouth has a great deal to offer, not least its superb sandy beaches, award-winning children’s play area and the nearby golf courses. Water sport activities are well catered with two sailing clubs, deep water moorings and a diving school. This picturesque town has a Victorian Pier, a theatre, a wide selection of bars and restaurants, and local independent shops and supermarkets including Co-op and Morrisons. There are excellent primary and secondary schools both public and private and good health services are available locally. It also benefits from easy access to the A380, and the mainline railway station at Teignmouth and the International Airport at Exeter.
Upon leaving Teignmouth follow the B3199 out towards Newton Abbot, just after the Tesco petrol station turn right onto Mill Lane, then the second right onto Fourth Avenue. Continue along Fourth Avenue and onto Moor View Drive. Whitear Close will be found on the left-hand side after approximately 0.2 miles.