Brunswick Terrace, Torquay
A private lit decked courtyard to a uPVC obscured double glazed door into;
Entrance porch - 2.0m x 1.2m (6'6" x 3'11")
UPVC obscure and clear double glazed windows. Tile effect flooring. Electric radiator.
Open plan living/kitchen area - 3.5m x 4.9m (11'5" x 16'0" )
UPVC double glazed window. Wooden effect flooring. Fire alarm. A range on modern wall and base mounted units with mirror and tile splashbacks. Sink with drainer and mixer tap over. A 4 point induction hob with oven under and extractor hood over.
Bedroom - 2.86m x 2.69m (9'4" x 8'9" )
UPVC double glazed window. Carpeted flooring.
Shower room -
Tiled flooring. Low level W/C. Towel rail. Pedestal wash hand basin. Wall mounted mirror. Inset shelving. Water proof panelled shower with glazed sliding door and electric shower. Extractor fan.
Torquay originated as a Victorian spa, later becoming a much loved tourist destination with its long sandy beach at Tor Abbey and more secluded beaches at Meadfoot, Babbacombe and Oddicombe; Torbay is often referred to as the English Riviera. Torquay Harbour and Marina are situated at the bottom end of the town, just a short walk from Tor Abbey Sands and offers a range of shops, cafes and restaurants; many of whom serve fresh local seafood and locally sourced produce.
GETTING AROUND THE SOUTH WEST
By Train: The main railway station at Torquay is located near the seafront and has direct services to London Paddington, Birmingham and Bristol.
By Air: Exeter Airport is just 26 miles away offering both International and UK flights throughout the year.
Regional Cities and Places of Interest: The county town of Exeter is approximately 25 miles away and the historic naval city of Plymouth 32 miles. Dartmoor National Park is approximately 15 miles away.
Agent notes -
Council tax band A. EPC is pending.