Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Cosy Cottages Tucked Away In Town

If you're looking for a new home in a convenient location and a cottage style, Coast and Country may have just the property for you. They have recently been instructed on two cottage style homes both of which are a level walk to the amenities of the town centre.

Quay Terrace Newton Abbot
14 Quay Terrace might be your ideal first time buy or possibly a great little investment with a lot of character and very pleasant garden. The property is not large but has a very cosy ambience.

The ground floor accommodation comprises of lounge diner, kitchen and a family bathroom. On the first floor there are two well proportioned bedrooms. This property is offered for sale with a very attractive asking price £132,950.

Oak Place, Newton Abbot
 Not far away at number 5 Oak Place there is another quaint cottage on offer at a reasonable price. With entrance porch, lounge, dining room, separate kitchen, bathroom and conservatory / utility, the ground floor accommodation is quite impressive and opens onto a very pleasant garden. A great additional benefit of this property is that it has its own private parking area to the rear. On the first floor there are two pleasant bedrooms, one with an en-suite cloakroom. The asking price of this property is just £141,950.

If you're in the market for this type of home the selling agent recommends viewing both in order to fully appreciate what is on offer. With great mortgage deals and 'help to buy' scheme available too many purchasers, it is now possible to buy homes like these with a relatively small deposit and a monthly cost potentially lower than the cost of renting. If you are considering they investment aspects of property ownership with great rates available on buy to let mortgages, now could be the time to buy. You may achieve a far greater return than is currently available on deposit accounts.

For further information on the the property or to book your double viewing please contact Coast and Country on (01626) 366966

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