Aside from the attractive stone front, this pretty three bedroom home offers a lot more than its façade would suggest. There are two reception rooms, each with wood burning stoves, a tastefully refitted kitchen with a part vaulted ceiling and access to the garden. On the first floor, a large landing starts the imagination with the possibility of converting the loft space (subject to the necessary consents) as the new staircase would simply rise over the existing. Not that you would need to however, as each of the bedrooms are reasonable sizes with two doubles and a decent single. There is a short flight of steps down to the shower room ? which again is stylishly refitted.
The garden offers some pleasant surprises too as not all of it can be seen at first glance. As you move down the garden passing the seating patio, a winding path leads past stocked beds, through a timber pergola to a gravelled seating area and to the lawn which eventually meets a timber deck. The deck appears to be the boundary, but look right and there is another section garden which has, in the past, housed sheds and was ideally going to house a workshop/office. There is some clearing to be done to achieve it, but it is very private. The commons are visible beyond the orchard that borders the garden at the back. Access to them is easy also as is parking. A few paces from the front door there is a carpark for the benefit of residents. Subject to availability, the parking here is free. It?s next to Lidl which makes picking up essentials or your weekly shop very easy. The Bus stop is in front of this and town is a short level walk away. There is no ongoing chain and viewings are available immediately, by appointment.
Directions from Torrington town centre, proceed along South Street and into Whites Lane, at the T-Junction turn left into New Street, continue past Stonemans Lane and after a short distance the property will be situated on the right hand side with for sale notice and number plate clearly displayed.