Chilcott is a south-facing period detached house found in a semi-rural village edge location with numerous country walks on hand. It is set in just under an acre (0.93) and looks over its own gardens beautifully.
The spacious and flexible accommodation reaches 158sqm / 1,703sqft with further scope to extend (subject to permissions) or adapt the current configuration - if a ground floor studio annexe was required for example. At present we have three double bedrooms, with the large master enjoying an en-suite bathroom and a 2021 fitted white suite bathroom (P-shaped bath with shower and screen over) serving the other bedrooms.
Downstairs includes a lovely 2019 fitted kitchen breakfast room, complete with an electric range cooker, fridge freezer and dishwasher, a separate dining room and a sitting room with an impressive fireplace with bread oven and wood-burning stove. Lying to the south, off the entrance hall with WC, is a sizeable living room, which could easily become a ground floor bedroom (4) if desired. There is also a storage/study area and a side porch. The whole property is uPVC double glazed and has oil-fired central heating via the outside boiler.
Outside (Plot size 0.93 acres): There is gated parking for around five cars and a DOUBLE GARAGE (5.9m x 5.5m) with light, power, rear windows and side door.
The gardens are south-facing and largely lawned with mature apple trees. There are two gates leading to the paddock, the larger one to the bottom leads to an open-fronted store for a ride-on mower. Behind is a block-built outbuilding separated into two storage areas, which could be adapted to create stables for ponies or a workshop. The paddock has footpaths carved through and has been left as a nature wild garden in recent years, although previously it was a productive area to grow fruit and veg. It could be returned to grass to keep animals if preferred.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax: E (£2,671pa)
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone and broadband
Broadband within this postcode: Superfast Enabled
Drainage: Private drainage (doesn’t drain into a water course)
Heating: Oil-fired central heating
POUGHILL is a picturesque Devon village situated midway between Crediton and Tiverton, each being about 7 miles distant and has an historic parish church and active village hall. The village is located along a high ridge and enjoys stunning distant views to Dartmoor and surrounding hills.
DIRECTIONS: For Sat-Nav use EX17 4DQ
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