This lovely detached bungalow is found at the end of a cul-de-sac and backs onto a protected field with rural views, in the pretty Mid-Devon village of Cheriton Fitzpaine.
The naturally light accommodation offers three double bedrooms with bedrooms 1 & 2 enjoying the view, served by a modern shower room with a large shower, heated towel rail, WC & sink. The living room is particularly spacious and has a long picture window and fireplace. There is a separate dining room and a kitchen, plus front and rear porches. uPVC double glazed doors and windows, as well as oil-fired central heating are found throughout.
OUTSIDE: The gardens here are a real feature. They are found to three sides and include a 7.5m x 6.5m front garden, which could provide additional parking if desired (subject to permissions). There is gated access to both sides which encloses the rear and side garden which form an L-shape around the bungalow. The rear garden (24m x 8m) is west-facing and backs onto the protected ‘Jack’s Acre’ a protected piece of land gifted to the village. The garden is largely lawned with fruit trees, climbing roses and wisteria growing. To the side the lawn continues with mature flower beds and borders with an array of flowers and plants. There is an outside tap, green- house and a summer house, which needs some attention as some panes are missing due to a recent storm.
To the side is a long driveway (16.5m) which is suitable for 3 cars, plus a garage with rear window, light, power & a further tap.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes (floor area excludes the garage).
Current Council Tax: D
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband, plus modern oil-tank
Broadband within this postcode: Superfast Enabled
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Oil-fired central heating (boiler serviced)
DIRECTIONS: Use EX17 4JY – No.4 is found at the end of the cul-de-sac, marked by a Helmores Board.
CHERITON FITZPAINE sits in a vast and hilly lowland region of Devon, the village is 9 miles from the City of Exeter and 1.5 miles northeast of the Crediton/ Tiverton A3072 road – a route that could be argued to be one of the most stunning sunset drives in the county. The village appears timeless and has many listed cottages with the classic poured custard thatched roofs. Notably there’s also a gothic church, known for its hard edges and sharp peaks. There are two pubs, The Ring of Bells and The Half Moon Inn – both of which are unique, but equally Devonian in spirit. Cheriton Fitzpaine is a substantial size and has a multi-million pound primary school, a community shop and Doctor’s surgery plus nearby Thornes Farm Shop, Café & Deli which is home to some exceptional quality homegrown produce. Local children are fortunate to be able to use (acquire grass stains in!) and shoot hoops in ‘Jack’s Acre’, a large playing field/ park maintained by the parish council.
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