THE Property of the Week this week offers a wonderful opportunity for a vendor looking to acquire a unique detached 1930s residence with impressive bay views, which is also within walking distance of Paignton town centre.
The characterful property in Westhill Road, is laid out over three floors with all principle rooms to the rear enjoying panoramic views.
The current owners have spent much time and energy transforming the gardens which are landscaped and have most interesting areas including a large patio, water features, ponds and seating in amongst a wide variety of mature shrubs, bushes and plants.
Step through the oak front door into the property and accommodation comprises an entrance hall, with oak architrave and doors and an attractive timber barley twist balustrade leading to the first floor.
The house has a generous lounge 15' 5" x 13' 10" (4.7m x 4.22m) on the ground floor, with beamed ceiling, coving and feature oak fireplace and a bay window plus enclosed balcony taking – in almost 180 degrees including the bay.
The kitchen, breakfast room 15' 5" x 8' 4" (4.7m x 2.54m) with stable door also has oak beams as well as oak fronted drawers and cupboards and a Range Master cooker. There is a downstairs cloakroom, side porch and utility room.
The dining room 12' 9" x 10' 11" (3.89m x 3.33m) has a feature fireplace and from here you can also enjoy glorious views similar to those of the lounge.
On the first floor the master bedroom, 15' 3" x 11' 6" (4.65m x 3.51m) is fitted with a comprehensive range of furniture and is en suite.
The second bedroom also enjoys similar views and on the second floor of the two further bedrooms one has en suite shower facilities.
Two useful basement rooms are a bonus and could be converted to form additional space if required, they are ideal for hobbies and storage.
Internal viewing of this "rather special" character residence is highly recommended by the agents Williams Hedge. To arrange a viewing of the property priced at £399,950 telephone 01803 554322, today.