Redford House is a Grade II listed period property with a wealth of original features boasting 5 double bedrooms set on 3 floors with spacious reception rooms, ample parking in a convenient town location.
Redford House is one of the most recognisable properties in Kingsbridge with its distinctive decorative fascia boards depicting grapevines. A wonderful Grade 2 listed period property with a wealth of original features boasting 5 double bedrooms set on 3 floors with spacious reception rooms, in a convenient town location.
The entrance porch has a vaulted ceiling with 4 figures overseeing and welcoming visitors. The generous reception hall has original ceiling cornicing with stairs to the first floor and door providing access to the basement. The drawing and dining rooms are connected by double doors, each room having original fireplaces and full height bay windows overlooking the gardens. The generous breakfast room leads through to the kitchen with fitted units, Belfast sink, granite worktops, feature AGA (currently not in use) with part exposed stone wall, dual aspect windows and door to the garden. Upstairs the spacious landing is beautifully lit by an arched stain glass window with a wonderful decorative ceiling above the stairwell. There are 3 double bedrooms, each having fireplaces and a family bathroom with freestanding roll top bath with shower above. The lower ground floor basement has been converted to provide 2 further bedrooms each having French doors to a sheltered sunken area with flagstone flooring. Off the lower hall is a wet room, a utility cupboard and door to 2 cellar store rooms. Outside there is an elaborate entrance with decorative wrought iron pillars and double gates to a gravelled driveway providing ample parking. The rear garden is laid to lawn with planted trees and shrubs with a private decked entertaining area.
The friendly market town of Kingsbridge provides a good range of shops, restaurants/pubs, 2 supermarkets, cinema, leisure centre with indoor swimming, numerous sports and fitness facilities, medical centre, community hospital, library and churches. The town boasts an excellent primary school and a community college which was judged "outstanding" by Ofsted. Close by there are boat moorings, quays and slipways at the head of the estuary. The area has an abundance of sandy beaches and coastal and countryside walks, with the popular sailing towns of Dartmouth and Salcombe within easy reach.