This modern semi-detached house was built about 15 years ago & is situated in a cul-de-sac location within the pretty Mid-Devon village of Yeoford, just a short walk to the Tarka railway line and the popular Duck Inn, there’s a primary school too within walking distance and a bus to secondary school in Crediton.
The two double bedroom accommodation feels spacious and there is scope to split the main bedroom to create a three bedroom house (with permissions and adding & moving a window) if desired, a white suite bathroom with a Mira electric shower over the bath too. The property has been well updated by the current owners and is sure to attract a range of buyers.
The living/dining room has a door & window out to the rear garden, there is also a well fitted kitchen and downstairs cloakroom with WC. The house is uPVC double glazed throughout and has electric radiators, including off-peak storage heaters.
Outside: To the rear is a level and enclosed garden (10m x 6.6m) which is largely laid to lawn and enjoys some rural views and a paved seating area plus a gate to the off-road parking which is suitable for 2/3 vehicles.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: B (Mid Devon 2021/22 £1931.80)
Utilities: Mains water, electric, telephone & broadband (up to 67mb)
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Electric radiators and off-peak storage heating
Upon Entering the village from Crediton direction, proceed past the pub on your right and over the railway bridge, turning right into Chapel Close and follow the road around to the right and the property will be found towards the end.
YEOFORD is a popular village with a lovely community feel, in a gentle valley, 4 miles from the market town of Crediton and linked to Exeter via the Tarka-Trainline or with access to the A30 via Cheriton Bishop. Yeoford is a busy place with yearly festivals, including ‘Yeofest’ – described by some as the “best little beer festival in Mid Devon”. In addition, and for those that prefer apples there is ‘Yeocider’. The modern community hall hosts yoga, life drawing and crafting classes and the newly refurbished pub ‘The Duck’ which serves great food is also home to the community shop. The village is a great place for families with its own Primary School, a recently renewed playground and football field, the church which runs coffee mornings and a ‘Messy Church’ plus a group for the under 5s called Sweet Peas. There are lots of great countryside walks too.
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