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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Williams Hedge Residential and Commercial Estate Agents in Torbay and Teignbridge.

Colley End Road,
A very well presented Detached Bungalow with 3 bedrooms Lounge and separate Dining Room | Deceptive accommodation | Entrance Hall | Dual aspect Lounge | Kitchen | Dining Room | 3 bedrooms | Two shower rooms (one en-suite) | Gas CH | Double Glazing | Combi-boiler | Side gardens - Low maintenance | Block built store rear | Garage at road level.

A very well presented extended detached Bungalow which is very deceptive from initial external appearance. The property has been refurbished with light, bright accommodation and a continuity of décor and colour throughout. Features include a dual aspect Lounge, two refurbished shower rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen and separate dining room. The Dining room, 3rd bedroom and en-suite shower room form the extension to the rear . Externally there are pleasant low maintenance side and front garden with block built storage shed to rear. There is ON ROAD parking to the front of the property and a garage located at road level.

Paignton is a seaside town on the coast of Torbay in Devon, England. Nestled between Torquay and Brixham it forms the Torbay area and is a holiday destination known as the English Riviera.
Attractions include Paignton Zoo and the Paignton and Dartmouth Steam Railway, which operates steam trains from Paignton to Kingswear, from where a ferry can be taken across the River Dart to Dartmouth and the South Hams.
Nearby Beaches include Broadsands Beach, Elberry Cove, Fairy Cove, Goodrington Sands, Oyster Cove, Paignton Sands, Preston Sands and Saltern Cove with water sports including kite surfing and dinghy sailing. The sea front gives access to the Southwest Coast path.
The Town has wide ranging amenities including Community Library, Local Supermarkets, Independent Local Shops, Cafes, Bars and Restaurants, Theatre, Cinema and Harbour. There is a branch line train service with connection to the mainline at Newton Abbot. The new South Devon Link Road was opened in December 2015 and now provides a dual carriage way to Exeter and the M5 making Torbay very accessible. 

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