- Beautifully Presented
- 3 Bedrooms
- Close To Town Centre
- Level Walk To The SHops
- Allocated Parking Space
- Open Plan Living Area
This impeccably presented top floor apartment is located in a historic Grade II listed building and boasts plenty of character features reminding you of its former life. Three bedrooms and a spacious living area provide plenty of space. It is perfectly situated within a short and level walk to the town centre. There is also an allocated parking space.
You enter the building into a bright and contemporary communal area, you rise up the stairs to the front door, this opens into the entrance hall where you can find a storage cupboard, cloakroom WC and the stairs to the first floor. This opens into the generous living/diner which is bathed in light by the three arched, historic windows. The kitchen provides plenty of storage & worktop space whilst incorporating a fridge, freezer, oven, hob & dishwasher.
Upstairs you will find the three bedrooms, all of which command views over the town centre. There are two double rooms and the master also boasts views to Cox Tor on Dartmoor. The family bathroom has a modern white suite with a bath with shower over, WC & basin.
Tavistock is an ancient stannary and market town located on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park. The town offers a wide range of local and national shops whilst also boasting the renowned pannier market, riverside park, leisure centre and theatre. The area is excellent for visitors both to see the town itself and for exploring the surrounding countryside, the wild Dartmoor scenery and the many neighbouring pretty villages and a variety of National Trust properties. There are exceptional educational facilities in both the state and private sector. The town itself has fantastic sporting facilities including, tennis courts, a bowls club, athletics track and various football pitches. For golf enthusiasts, there are excellent golf courses nearby, at Yelverton and Tavistock and St. Mellion. There are also opportunities to fish by arrangement on a number of local rivers, including the Walkham, Tavy and Tamar.