Constructed in May 2013 by David Wilson Homes, 3 Beacon Drive is arranged over three levels. To the ground floor you will find a spacious entrance hallway with feature Amtico flooring, downstairs w.c and study with pleasant views to the front of the property. The spacious living room offers a dual outlook to the front and features a Micro Marble fireplace. A door leads to the separate dining room with double doors onto the garden. The centrepiece and hub of the property is no doubt the superb kitchen/family room. Built to a high specification with a full range of built in appliances including a double oven and six burner gas hob with stainless steel extraction hood and light above. The worktops and feature centre island are topped with fleck style granite. The Amtico flooring is continued from the hallway, double doors leading to decking at rear. A door leads to a useful utility room housing the combination boiler and with a door leading to driveway at side.
The first floor comprises three good sized double bedrooms with the master suite providing a separate dressing area with built in wardrobes and delightful en suite bathroom with separate shower. The further two bedrooms are also very spacious with one also benefiting from built in wardrobes. Completing the first floor accommodation you will find a fitted family bathroom with separate shower area and airing cupboard with pressurised water system. The second floor offers two further bedrooms both of which feature large Velux windows providing much natural light. One of the bedrooms has access to a very spacious en suite bathroom also with access to the landing area.
Externally 3 Beacon Drive offers ideal gardens for modern day living. There is a sweeping driveway to the side of property, providing off road parking for a number of cars, leading to a double garage with metal up and over door, power, light and
storage space in the eaves. With gated access from the side leading to the rear you will find an immaculately presented garden with feature “Millboard” decking running the full width of the property. The garden is also south west facing providing an ideal area for outside dining and entertaining. Steps lead down to a level lawn area pleasantly surrounded by an assortment of shrubs and flower beds.
Highweek is one of the most popular residential areas in Newton Abbot. Still retaining its village atmosphere, there is a village hall, public house/restaurant and parish church. Regular buses go into the market town of Newton Abbot which is about three quarters of a mile away, where there is an excellent range of shops and social facilities and mainline railway station with direct and connecting services to most parts of the country. Access to the A38 Expressway, which links Plymouth and Exeter to the motorway network, is approximately five minutes' drive through open countryside.