5 Sunnymead Terrace is a superb terraced cottage, built of traditional stone and brick and enjoying fine south easterly views over the town and countryside. The property has been sensitively improved and maintained with an appreciation for the original character. There are two attractive period fireplaces, antique pine floorboards, built-in cupboards and original doors. The property benefits from a solar panel system and has recently installed double glazing which has good quality wooden sealed units to the traditional sliding sash design. Other comforts include gas central heating and a very pretty cottage style kitchen/dining room with lovely bright outlook. The two first-floor bedrooms are complimented by a good quality attic room which currently houses a double bed and benefits from extensive under eaves storage.
The rear garden is a beautiful feature, sloping and landscaped with climbers, shrubs and flowers. In addition the property benefits from a single garage in a very nearby block.
To conclude; 5 Sunnymead Terrace has the feel of an artisans home. Typical of Totnes, it has character, individuality, and a secluded location. Within a few minutes’ walk towards Sharpham above the River Dart, it still remains very handy for town centre amenities.
5 Sunnymead Terrace occupies a peaceful and secluded position, close to Maudlin Road, which has little through traffic. This very popular part of town is within a short walk of the centre, which offers an interesting range of small shops, cafes, restaurants and galleries and excellent educational provision. Totnes also offers a mainline station to London Paddington, easy access to unspoilt countryside and the beautiful South Devon coastline.
Victorian panelled front door to:
Electric meters and pine panelled inner door to:
Front aspect window. Fine Victorian cast iron fireplace with pine surround and mantle. Recessed side shelves. Second period fireplace with pine surround and mantle. Telephone point. Two radiators. Pine cupboard with recessed shelves above. Stairs to first floor and understairs cupboard with plumbing for washing machine. Inner window to kitchen and half-glazed pine door with steps down to:
Rear aspect window with lovely outlook over terrace to countryside beyond. Fitted with a range of attractive hand-painted (pale blue) wall and base units, worksurfaces with pine facings and ceramic tiled splashbacks. Inset 1 ½ bowl sink with mixer taps, plumbing for washing machine/dishwasher. Slot-in ‘Stoves’ cooker with gas hob and electric double oven. Appliance space. Radiator. Two velux windows. Space for dining table. Glazed French doors to decking/seating area.
Stairs from sitting room (previously mentioned) to First Floor:
With period panelled doors to:
Rear aspect window with fine views. Radiator.
Front aspect window. Radiator.
Part-tiled with light coloured suite, comprising pine-panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and W.C. Fitted wall shelves. Cupboard housing wall mounted gas combination boiler supplying hot water and central heating. Small airing cupboard area above. Heated towel rail.
Door from Bedroom 1 to Second Floor staircase to:
Superb room with exposed beams, velux window, extensive under eaves storage space. Pine bannister. Radiator and solar PV system control unit.
The property is approached by a pretty communal footpath with original stone walling. There is a small courtyard to the front of the cottage with gravel base and room for tubs and shrubs.
To the rear of the cottage, adjacent to the kitchen/dining room is a superb decked/seating area with flowering climbers and unspoilt views towards mature trees and countryside to the side. Outside light and water tap. Wooden steps lead down to a charming landscaped garden, comprising mature shrubs and flowers including some fine roses and slate chippings with steps down to trellis. From here a rustic gate leads to a short pathway onto Denys Road below. Across the lane is a useful single garage in a block, with up and over door.
From South Street, turn into Leechwell Lane and continue down the hill to St Katherine’s Way. Go up the steps/ramp to the left of the four terrace houses at the top of St Katherine’s Way and walk along the path. 5 Sunnymead Terrace is on the left near the end and with a red front door.