A three bedroom, Grade II listed mid-terraced house, an intriguing property which offers deceptively spacious and quirky accommodation and requires modernisation and refurbishment. With through lounge/dining room, kitchen and cloakroom to the ground floor and three bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor. There is front and rear courtyard garden.
Situated in the heart of the town centre and enjoying lovely views across the renowned brook and The Lawn, taking in the bowling green and Victorian band stand in the heart of Dawlish, a sea side town on the south coast of Devon and famous for the holiday resort of Dawlish Warren with rail links and regular bus services. Dawlish is only 12 miles from the Cathedral City of Exeter with M5 motorway links and Exeter airport.
Shared entrance lobby, lounge/dining room, inner lobby, storage cupboard, cloakroom wc, kitchen with door to rear courtyard.
Landing, three bedrooms and family bathroom.
Front courtyard garden, mainly laid to patio with interspersed shrubs. Path to shared front door giving access to the shared entrance lobby from where both properties are accessed. To the rear is a small courtyard, ideal for a rotary washing line and bins which is accessed from both the kitchen and a shared side gate.
Strictly by appointment with Countrywide Auctions 01395 275691 or our joint agent Fulfords Dawlish 01626 863140
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