Fairways is a terraced house which forms part of Linhay Park on the western edge of Sandford, with rural walks on the doorstep and The Lamb, Post Office, Rose & Crown, Church & Primary School within walking distance.
The accommodation includes two double bedrooms, served by a family bathroom with shower and screen over the bath. Downstairs is a lovely living room with bay window to the front and a gas fire, with an opening through to the kitchen diner, which has double doors to the garden and an integrated oven, gas hob and extractor fan over. There is timber framed double glazing and LPG gas central heating throughout.
Outside: The rear garden (10.3m x 4.6m) is south-facing and enclosed with a paved seating area immediately outside the double doors and a lawn beyond with garden shed. To the back of the garden is a rear gate which leads to the two off-road parking spaces.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax: B
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband
Broadband within this postcode: Superfast Enabled
Drainage: Private drainage, shared within Linhay Park (overseen by a management co.)
Heating: LPG gas central heating & hot water
Sandford is a civil parish and village 1½ miles north of Crediton, with a historic 12th Century Church. It has an old -world feel, with slender twisting streets, flanked by antique thatched cottages – displaying a menagerie of “Beatrix Potter” style perennial gardens. At the village heart sits a 16thCentury Post House, enshrined by creepers – this is now ‘The Lamb Inn’, an award winning pub/ restaurant; with a rustic aesthetic and cheerful spirit. Featured in ‘The Daily Mail’s – 20 Best British Country Pubs’ (2015). Across the way from here is the shop/ post office, run by the local community. Community is something that underpins every aspect of Sandford, including the local sporting events. Residents have a choice of things to do: such as joining the nearby cricket, tennis, rugby and football clubs. Sandford has a highly sought after pre-school and a primary school (known for its classic Greek-style architecture). Older ones fall within the direct catchment for Q.E.C.C. in Crediton (with an Ofsted “outstanding” Sixth Form). Sandford is linked to Crediton via a footpath, that runs through the Millennium Green on the outskirts of the village – past a wildflower meadow, herb garden, over a crystal stream, yonder tilled fields to a little copse at the town’s-edge.
DIRECTIONS: Upon entering Sandford, proceed to the Village Square, with The Lamb pub in front of you, bear left and Fairways is found immediately after the turning into Linhay Park.
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