Bow is one of the larger villages in Mid Devon with excellent access to Dartmoor and fairly equidistant to both the North and South Devon coastlines. The village has a primary school (bus service for secondary), pub, a well-stocked local co-op store, plus a garden centre with a super café. There is an abundance of local clubs and societies to get involved in.
Iter Park is a visually interesting development being set around a central courtyard and play area, and mimics the eclectic mix of properties found in the area. This property is on the edge of the development with access to the rear by foot or car and ideal for the bus service which stops near the front door.
It is a modern build with uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating so it is well insulated and relatively inexpensive to run. There is a useful entrance hall from the front which doubles as a utility area, the kitchen is well fitted and there is a handy ground floor WC, often not found in smaller village houses. The living room has large sliding doors out into a conservatory which runs across the back.
Outside, there is no front garden but at the rear, access is gained from Iter Park, over a private road. There is a gated courtyard to the rear of the house, approx. 6m x 5.5m and this can be closed off and used as a courtyard garden or alternatively as a parking space. There is also a timber garden shed.
The property is being sold with no onward chain.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: B (Mid Devon 2021/22 £1614.16
Utilities: Mains water, electric, telephone & broadband
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Oil fired central heating
EPC : D
DIRECTIONS : From Crediton, go through Copplestone, bearing left after the traffic lights onto the A3072 towards Bow. As you come into Bow, take the second left into Iter Park and bear around to the right. There is a private road and the rear of No 2 can be found ahead of you.
BOW is a hilltop village on the River Yeo. It sits at the edge of an expansive, wild piece of country, bordered by wind-swept fields of wheat, shadowed by Dartmoor in the distance. It shares a church and common history with the nearby hamlet of Nymet Tracey. ‘Nymet’ means Sacred Grove in Celtic and to the west of Bow is a 3rdmillennium BC woodhenge, once a place of spiritual significance for Pagan worshippers in the area. Modern Bow is a peaceful, family-friendly village with a rustic country pub, a popular primary school and a Cooperative mini supermarket – an idyllic country escape.
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