This end terrace house is found in a cul-de-sac location, just a short walk to the village primary school, foody pub & community café.
The improved accommodation has had a full renovation with a new kitchen, new bathroom, a full redecorate inside including new internal doors and all new flooring. The gorgeous fitted kitchen opens into a light and spacious conservatory which makes it a fantastic room ideal for entertaining. There’s plenty of versatility with the space to be a chill out area, working space or as a dining area. The living room has double doors out to the front too which adds to the light feel and takes in the views over the rooftops to the surrounding countryside. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom with shower and screen over the bath. The whole property is centrally heated via an oil-fired boiler which was updated with a new boiler in 2020 and it’s double glazed with new French doors and garage door added in the recent renovations.
The rear and side gardens are enclosed which is ideal for those with young children and pets and gives a great degree of privacy. The garage can be accessed by pedestrian door access from the garden and again, is private. The garage (with light, power and eaves storage) is also plaster boarded and has laminate flooring so this would make a great hobby or office space if it wasn’t required as a garage. The owners frequently park adjacent to the garage (although this is not officially on the deeds) and there is ample parking within the cul-de-sac too.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax: B
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband and modern oil tank.
Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 26Mbps
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Oil-fired central heating (new boiler 2020)
Leaving Crediton on the A377 as if heading towards Barnstaple pass through the village of Copplestone and continue on the A377 for a further 5 miles until reaching Lapford Cross. Here turn right signposted The Village and proceed up the hill passing the Post Office on your left and the Malt Scoop Inn on your right. Take the next left turn into Orchard Way where no 32 will be found in a cul-de-sac on the right hand side after approximately 150 yards.
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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