30 Holcombe Village, Holcombe, Dawlish, Devon EX7 0JR

Lot Number 88

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About this property

A charming two bedroom end of terrace character cottage sitting on the rural fringes of this highly sought after South Devon village, having the benefit of a low maintenance terraced garden to the rear and beamed ceilings to all of the principle rooms. Whilst the property would benefit from some refurbishment if offers tremendous potential as either a small family home, a second home with additional income as a holiday let, or as an air B&B venture in this popular location.

Listed By

Property Auctions South West
Head Office
2 Cotton Street
Liverpool
L3 7DY

t. 01395 275 691
auctions@suttonkersh.co.uk

Full Description

Situated

Holcombe village is situated on the South Devon coast, set between Dawlish and Teignmouth. The village is readily commutable to Exeter and Torbay, in turn the A38/A30 and M5 motorway. With the beach accessed from Smugglers Lane circa 1 mile away or a 10 minute stroll, two public houses, a chuch, plus a strong community spirit, it is a perfect location from which to enjoy the South Devon coastline and the surrounding countryside, with mainline railway stations available at both Dawlish and Teignmouth.

Ground Floor

Sitting room, inner hallway and kitchen, rear lobby with access to shared steps leading to the garden, utility area and bathroom.

First Floor

Landing, bedroom 1 and bedroom 2.

Outside

From the rear lobby shared steps lead up the the enclosed and terraced rear garden, with a patio seating area and gravelled garden area.

Viewings

Strictly by prior appointment with Fulfords Dawlish 01626 863140. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.

EPC Rating

EPC - D

Council Tax Band

C

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30 Holcombe Village, Holcombe, Dawlish, Devon

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* Reserve Price

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Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.

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