This well presented semi-detached house is situated in a cul-de-sac location within the highly sought after village of Whitestone, just 4 miles from Exeter and with a lovely community, lots going on in the village hall & a mobile shop every other day.
The property occupies a corner plot and enjoys a lovely aspect to the front towards open countryside, there are three bedrooms, served by a white suite bathroom, downstairs we have a spacious living room with bay window & open fire, plus a kitchen diner and a large conservatory to the rear. There is great potential to extend to the side of the house, to provide a separate study/ground floor bedroom and shower room perhaps (subject to permissions). There is uPVC double glazing throughout, plus gas central heating via Calor gas bottles.
The front garden area is currently laid to decorative stone chippings with potential for off street car parking, with just the dropped curb required. Block paved pathway to the front door, timber gate then opening onto the side garden which is again laid to decorative stone chippings with walled and timber fence surround, outside light and taps. Good sized area of timber decking with French double doors opening from the conservatory and a further area of paved patio. To the rear of the garden is a triangular shaped lawn with well stocked shrubbery borders. There is a recently added garden shed that will be included with the property.
Agent Notes - This house is subject to a ‘Devon Clause’ which means the purchaser must have lived and/or worked in Devon for the last 3 years, any interested parties should also consult their mortgage lender before offering.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax Band: A
Utilities: Calor gas bottles, electric, water, telephone & broadband
Broadband within this postcode: Superfast Enabled
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Gas central heating
DIRECTIONS: Use EX4 2JW & the house is marked by a Helmores Board.
Whitestone village lies 4 miles west of Exeter, there are two fairly local pubs about a mile away - the Royal Oak (on the Redhills to Whitestone road at Nadderwater) and the Travellers Rest on the old Exeter to Tedburn Road.
The village is served by a mobile shop every other day & the 173 Bus Service which operates 6 days a week (not Sundays) with 4 services each way daily.
The busy Parish Hall acts as a hub for the community, hosting the meetings of many of the clubs, groups and societies as well as the meetings of the Parish Council. Whitestone even has it's own charity making small grants for educational and training purposes to residents of the parish
Whitestone is a delightful rural environment to live in, close to the amenities of a city, yet retaining the tranquillity of a rural residence.
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