Fernworthy Gardens is ideally situated in the heart of the village. It’s a large but quiet cul-de-sac development, safe and popular with families. The houses are a combination of 2, 3 and 4 bedroomed homes, many of which have been extended to suit owners’ needs. It’s a short walk to the primary school, bus stops, shops and train station (line to Exeter and Barnstaple), so it works well with commuters too.
This property has been recently extended with the addition of a master bedroom over the garage. This has now produced a light and spacious first floor with good sized rooms and a family shower room. On the ground floor is an open living room with study area and a kitchen/dining room across the back which opens onto the rear garden (approx. 7.6m x 10.5m) with decking, lawn and well stocked beds. There’s a front garden setting it back from the cul-de-sac road and off-road parking and a garage.
The whole house is well decorated with a modern kitchen and shower room, mains gas central heating and uPVC double glazing.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax: B (Mid Devon 2022/23 - £1672.26)
Utilities: Mains electric, water, gas, telephone and broadband.
Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 67Mbps (USwitch)
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Gas fired central heating
DIRECTIONS: From Crediton High Street, head west towards Copplestone. As you pass through the village (turn right at the stone cross (before reaching the lights) and then immediately right again into Bewsley Hill. After approx. 100m turn right into Fernworthy Park and first left into Fernworthy Gardens. The property will be found on the right.
COPPLESTONE is a 5-minute drive west of Crediton on the A377, a main route into the City of Exeter. A stone’s throw to the southwest is Dartmoor National Park, renowned for its invigorating walks and sublime scenery. Previously a traditional farming hamlet, Copplestone has grown over the years, and now offers a fantastic selection of new-build, fully modern homes. This, coupled with its own primary school and locality to Queen Elizabeth’s Community College in Crediton, makes it perfect for families moving to Devon. The village has a strong camaraderie between residents, with a local church holding many events. There is a 3m carved granite cross, found in the village centre of Saxon origin and steeped in mythology. There is also a shop/post office for convenience, and regular transport links (bus and train) towards Exeter, North Devon and Okehampton.
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