This period terraced house is situated on a level pedestrian footpath which serves just this house and the two others that make up Lynwood Terrace, giving it great access to the town’s amenities, but keeping away from the noise and bustle of the High Street.
The accommodation is presented over two floors with a kitchen diner which is of a good size, WC and a living room which runs front to back. The house benefits from mains gas central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout. The three bedrooms are all on the first floor and are good useable rooms, with scope to add an en-suite shower if desired. The fully tiled white suite family bathroom enjoys a shower over the bath and a chrome ladder style heated towel rail. There is also a separate WC and airing cupboard with mains gas combi-boiler.
The garden measures 5.55m x 5.08 (Max) and could be enclosed if desired. A pleasant, decked area offers a seating area and there is also a brick built shed/outhouse providing storage.
Parking is on street with many opportunities within walking distance or there are permits at the nearby car park which range from £180 to £400 per annum.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: B
Utilities: Mains water, electric, gas, telephone & broadband
Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 67Mbps
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Gas fired central heating
DIRECTIONS : A small “hidden” path from the High Street leads to just a handful of properties with No.1 being on the left as you walk up through. The path can be found between Tesco and St Saviours Way on the same side of the High Street to the right of “Mucky Mutts”.
CREDITON : An ancient market town, with a contemporary feel – only a short, 20-minute drive NW from the city of Exeter. Set in the Vale of the River Creedy, amongst gentle, rolling hills and verdant pastures. Sincerely picture postcard. Once the capital of Devon, Crediton is famed for its inspiring sandstone church and for being the birthplace of Saint Boniface in 680 AD. Its high street is a vibrant place, abuzz with trade –artisan coffee shops, roaring pubs, a farmers’ market and bakeries, jam-packed with mouthwatering delights. For those commuting it has hassle free transport links into Exeter and for schooling a prestigious community college (Queen Elizabeth’s) – with an Ofsted “outstanding” sixth form. In addition, it boasts a brilliant gym & leisure centre for New Year’s resolutions, two supermarkets for the weekly shop and a trading estate for any practical needs. All neatly held in a single valley.
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