Down Park
off Down Park Drive

Guide of 275,000 Freehold


Sitting within one of Tavistock’s most sought-after locations, in a quiet cul-de-sac, a 1970s traditional rendered and cavity block-built three bedroom detached bungalow with opportunities for updating, in a level garden. Within about twenty minutes’ walk are the varied amenities of Tavistock and in the opposite direction, Whitchurch down, and Dartmoor National Park beyond.

The property is approached via its tarmacadam driveway which leads to the rear garden and a single garage. The main entrance is on the side elevation, opening into a lobby. To the left is a spacious lounge-dining room which opens on into a sunroom which overlooks the front garden (with exterior access). Off the dining area is the kitchen which, in turn, leads into a breakfast room which offers access to the rear garden.

The sleeping accommodation and bathroom are accessed from the L-shaped hallway. To the right is bedroom three with a fitted wardrobe on the side elevation. Overlooking the rear garden and next-door to this is the master bedroom with fitted mirrored wardrobes, and adjacently, bedroom two.

The garden has been hard-landscaped to fulfil a low maintenance brief, but none-the-less contains some well-chosen ornamentals with a beach hedge running along the back boundary. Timber double gates open up to the driveway, with tandem parking for 3 vehicles, to the detached garage 16’10 x 9’3 with electric door. Behind which is a 10’ x 8’ Swiss-style summerhouse/workshop – with light & power - and adjoining covered space for potting/storage.

SITUATION   Within about a half a mile/ 880 yards / ten minutes’ walk are the varied amenities of Tavistock and in the opposite direction, Whitchurch down, and Dartmoor National Park beyond.

Tavistock Post Office – 0.7 miles  Tavistock Hospital – 1.6 miles  Plymouth City Centre – 16 miles  Derriford Hospital – 11.8 miles   Exeter – 40 miles

The town of Tavistock offers a wide range of amenities to cater for all needs. The striking town square with its Hurdwick stone buildings are the focal point of this thriving West Devon locale, behind which is the ever-popular covered market with its unique arrangement of boutique shops as well as places to eat and drink to suit all tastes.

Services – All mains services. Mains gas central heating via a recently installed wall mounted Worcester Greenstar i junior condensing combination boiler. Full uPVC double glazed windows and doors.

Local Authority – West Devon Borough Council

Council Tax – Band D £1867.71 pa payable for 2018-2019

Postcode – PL19 9AJ  Tenure – Freehold

EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) – www.epcregister.com Domestic EPC register reference: 8503-2255-8829-7427-4583. Energy Efficiency Rating – band D-64.

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The photographs show only certain parts of the property at the time they were taken. Any areas, measurements or distances given are approximate only