* Spacious Victorian town house.
* 3 Bedrooms.
* Arranged over three floors.
* Large cellar providing storage/workshop.
* Private garden and parking for two cars.
Beauford House is a Victorian town house, end of terrace and is situated within easy walking distance of the town centre. The accommodation is arranged over three floors with spacious kitchen/dining room, living room, 3 bedrooms master en-suite, bathroom and has a large cellar providing an excellent storage area or possible workshop. There is a delightful rear garden and the property benefits from off-street parking.
Located close to the town centre of Dartmouth a beautiful Devon waterside town, particularly well known as a sailing centre with its excellent facilities for yachtsmen and its famous annual Royal Regatta. The town is surrounded by stunning countryside and a short drive from some of the most beautiful beaches in the area. Dartmouth provides and has an excellent range of shops, restaurants and galleries. There are several excellent golf courses within easy reach and railway links to London, Paddington, can be made locally at Totnes, about 13 miles to the north. Access to the A38 Devon Expressway at Buckfastleigh is about 19 miles away.
Lower Ground Floor
Cellar area split into three separate rooms, storage, family room/games room, cellar room.
Entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room rear lobby with door to rear, cloakroom wc.
Landing, master bedroom en-suite, bedroom two and three, bathrooms.
There is a rear garden offering privacy and the property benefits from off-street parking for two vehicles.
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