Located at the end of a private drive and set in its own half acre plot with adjacent farmland as the backdrop, this large detached split level property offers space and flexibility to a new owner and has plenty of potential. It is well positioned with easy access to road and rail, plus a useful shop within a short walk. The village itself is close by with an active community and primary school, plus a popular village pub.
The property is split level with the potential to utilise the lower ground level as a self-contained annexe without taking away any of the four bedrooms. The entrance level is home to a large and light living/dining room with views to the front and over fields to the side and a kitchen runs along the rear. The entrance hall is welcoming and then a short run of stairs lead up to the four bedrooms, all of a good size and with the master having a recently updated ensuite bathroom. The lower ground floor houses a utility room, music room (or study/bedroom), shower room, the garage (could be converted to additional living space STP) and a second study. This level has independent access to outside and could be arranged as an annexe or similar or enjoyed as extra bedrooms/hobby rooms. As one would expect, there is double glazing and gas central heating (LPG – no mains gas), plus there are solar panels to the roof (owned outright) with an excellent feed in tariff that will be passed to the new owners. It is on mains water and mains drainage.
Outside, the drive provides ample parking for numerous vehicles and there is room for trailers/motorhome/caravan etc without hindering access. The garden is mainly lawned with raised beds, a wildlife
atural area with greenhouse and is a wonderful space to enjoy. There is also a detached workshop/second garage approx. 5.5m x 5m which provides further working space and/or storage.
The property can be available with no onward chain for the right buyer.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: D
Utilities: Mains water, electric, telephone & broadband
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Gas fired central heating (LPG tanks)
LAPFORD is a large village, beyond Morchard Road on the A377 – 9 miles from Crediton and 16 miles from the City of Exeter. Like most Devon parishes, it’s not far from a lovely collection of trees – Eggesford Forest is just up the way, a regal coniferous plantation that plays host to variety of creatures including adders, butterflies, buzzards and woodpeckers (and badgers!). The village itself has a primary school with an excellent Ofsted report, sizeable playing fields (with a football pitch and kid-friendly playground) and a busy pub – The Old Malt Scoop Inn, once a 16th Century coaching inn – which now offers an à la carte dining experience, using only the best local produce.
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