Acorn House, Park View, Forde Park, Newton Abbot
Acorn House is a gracious and spacious two bedroom property located within Park View a sympathetically converted development of two fabulous Victorian Villas set alongside Forde Park. This home offers a delightful terrace, perfect for al fresco dining and seldom have we seen a more generously proportioned two bedroom home which would provide such generous accommodation for entertaining friends and family. Acorn House also has the added benefits of two allocated parking spaces along with a useful cellar area for storage.
LOCATION Park View is located on the edge of Forde Park in the busy market town of Newton Abbot in Devon.
Forde Park is a mature urban park with wide expanses of tended lawn surrounded by mature trees. In addition, the park offers three public tennis courts, a croquet lawn and a pavilion which Regal Heritage are currently in the process of sympathetically transforming to create a new café facility alongside Forde Park Community Project.
Newton Abbot is a busy market town in South Devon and benefits from a busy main line train station that provides a regular service to London Paddington plus a variety of other routes.
The town centre offers a broad range of shops with both independents and well know national brands in abundance – of note and worth a visit are Austins Department Store and Ridgways Shoes which both have been trading in the town centre for many years. As an out of town alternative there is of course Trago Mills and everything that has to offer!
The town offers an excellent range of schools, both primary and secondary, as well as the independent Stover School. Children of School age may also elect to sit the eleven plus exam, passing which will then offer children the opportunity of attending either Torquay Boys Grammar School, Torquay Girls Grammar School or Churston Grammar School.
Newton Abbot has an abundance of outdoor opportunities with Stover Country Park, Courtenay Park, Bakers Park or Decoy Country Park offering plenty to do. The town has also recently benefitted from extensive investment in its National Cycle Routes with a new pathway linking Old Town Quay to Kingsteignton and a popular level route from the town centre out toward Bovey Tracey.
Dyrons Leisure Centre hosts a number of fitness classes and has a gym, squash courts, sports hall and a 25m swimming pool. However, if you prefer outdoor swimming then there are also lidos in Kingsteignton and Bovey Tracey.
If the opportunity to explore the delights of the South Devon Coastline, for which Newton Abbot is ideally located, with its beaches in Shaldon, Teignmouth, Holcombe, Dawlish and Dawlish Warren is tempting enough – Newton Abbot is also a short drive from Dartmoor and its startlingly rugged beauty.
Newton Abbot also offers a range of team sports with rugby, cricket and football lovers, amongst others, are all well catered for. In addition, Newton Abbot Racecourse is one of the country’s leading summer jump racecourses and host of variety of well attended day and evening events.
The English Riviera is six miles to the South East, The cities of Exeter are 16 miles to the North with Plymouth 33 miles to the West.
ACCOMMODATION This is a gracious and spacious two bedroom property which offers a delightful terrace, perfect for al fresco dining.
This home has been sympathetically modernised by the developers Regal Heritage and seldom have we seen a more generously proportioned two bedroom home which would provide such generous accommodation for entertaining friends and family.
The property is approached via a flight of stairs from the gravelled courtyard and parking area, the property offers two allocated parking spaces.
The front door leads into the sizeable kitchen/dining room which is fitted with a range of modern kitchen units with Slab Tech work surfaces and a range of integrated modern kitchen appliances.
The ground floor also offers a living room and a separate W.C.
Between the living room and the kitchen/diner, from the hallway, a flight of stairs lead to the generous first floor landing, illuminated via an attractive roof light. From there doors lead into the two large bedrooms the first with an en-suite bathroom, the second with an en-suite shower room, both modern and fitted, and a built-in wardrobe. The bedrooms are generously proportioned with high ceilings and your preference will no doubt dictate your choice.
Beneath the terrace area, the property benefits from a very useful and lockable cellar area which provides ample storage for all manner of items.
TENURE AND SERVICES Tenure: Freehold
Services: Mains gas, electric and drainage