Stylish Victorian property offers many period features

North Devon Gazette

This stylish five-bedroomed, Victorian property is ideally located, close to schools and local shops.

The spacious property offers many period features and gas-fired central heating.

it also enjoys an attractive two-tiered decked rear courtyard garden with a useful storage outhouse.

Trelawney House in Clovelly Road, Bideford, offers comfortable accommodation which still retains a number of period features, such as sash windows, high ceilings and cornicing.

It is well located on the western side of the port and town - and conveniently placed for local shops, schools and within a reasonable walk of the main shopping centre and quayside.

An entrance porch leads into an entrance hall with staircase to the first floor with storage cupboard under. The hall features dado rails and a tiled floor.

The living room has a bay with sash windows, wood burner set within the chimney breast with marble surround and mantle and exposed floorboards.

This room opens through to the dining room/sitting room, which features multi-paned, double glazed patio doors to the outside.

The kitchen/breakfast room is dual aspect with a sash side window and uPVC double glazed rear window.
The room features a stone fireplace with recess and provision for a cooker. The Rangemaster currently in situ can be available by separate negotiation.

There is ample space for a table and chairs.

A rear lobby with double glazed door to the rear garden, has a door to a shower room.

Upstairs, are three bedrooms and a bathoom on the first floor plus two further bedrooms on the second floor.

Outside, to the rear is an attractive, two-tier courtyard-style garden having been designed for ease of maintenance with composite decking panels on the lower level and wooden decking panels on the upper.

To the lower level there is a useful bin and log storage recess and cold water tap.

The small, sheltered and secluded seating area leads directly outside from the dining/sitting room patio doors.

The upper level provides a further seating area and a place for tubs and pots.

The storage outhouse has double doors, power and lighting connected and a range of fitted wall shelving. Double doors give access to a rear pedestrian pathway which connects with Coronation Road.

Trelawney House is on the market with a guide price of £300,000. For details, or to book a viewing, call Brights Estate Agents on 01237 473241, email or call in to the office in Bridgeland Street, Bideford Â