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Torrington, EX38 8AL

Terrace House 3 Bedroom
EPC Rating: EPC
Price £180,000

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Key Features
  • Three bedrooms
  • Lounge/diner
  • On road parking
  • Views
  • Family bathroom
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Property Description

Additional Information

A hidden gem situated on one of Torrington’s desirable roads, dwindled amongst the stunning period properties of Mill street sits 10a. You will notice 10a is surrounded by traditional cottages, far reaching views and rolling hills of the Torridge Valley with the village of Taddiport nestled below. All of traditional construction and under a slate roof with rendered and colour washed elevations.

The accommodation comprises a spacious and light Lounge/Diner flowing through to a fitted Kitchen with work surfaces and an outlook to the court yard. To the rear aspect of the property is where the family bathroom is located. On the First Floor are 2 Bedrooms. Bedroom one with built-in storage cupboard.
On the second floor is bedroom Two with stunning views across to the Torridge valley from the Velux window, 10a Mill street benefits from some original features including two stunning stone fire places in the Lounge/Diner.
Conveniently located a short skip from the town square where all your grocery needs can be satisfied. Parking is often a premium here in town but for only a cost of only approx. £1.50 per day you can purchase an annual permit to park in any of the towns public car parks close at hand.

Did you know? Mill Street was the escape route taken by Royalist soldiers fleeing to the west after their defeat at the Battle of Torrington in 1646. Originally, all the houses were thatched, some of them up until the 1960s, but the only thatched buildings remaining are Rose Cottage and the Torridge Inn down at the bottom of the street.

Great Torrington is a beautiful market town located on the top of a hill surrounded by 365 acres of commons allowing for miles of scenic walks with access to the locally renowned Tarka trail, a footpath / cycle way mainly built on the bed of a disused railway where the gradients are gentle. It winds its way following the course of the river Torridge as far North as Ilfracombe or going inland South towards Meeth.

Directions

On foot from Torrington Square proceed up the hill along South Street passing the Co-op and the public car park on your left hand side. At the top as the road bears right into Whites Lane, continue straight on and down the hill into Mill Street where No 10a will be found on your right right side with a number plate clearly displayed. Alternatively, by car from Torrington take the A386 (New Street) towards Bideford and upon leaving the town turn left onto the B3227 signposted Langtree/Holsworthy. Follow the road through the bends and before Taddiport Bridge, take the left hand turning into Mill Street where No 10a will be found on the left hand side with a number plate and for sale board clearly displayed.

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