Located on a no through road in the popular village of Copplestone, this unique property is part of the former station building. It’s position to the end of the working platform is a wonderful setting for a part of railway history. It is a semi-detached bungalow on a level plot with parking and a lovely garden to the side which also adds to its appeal.
The bungalow could do with some updating but is spacious, offering 2 bedrooms, a living room with open fire, a dining room, kitchen and utility, plus a shower room. There is oil fired central heating and uPVC windows in situ and the ceiling height is excellent, adding to the feeling of space. Outside, there is a parking area and the remainder of the garden has timber fencing. Pathways lead past the kitchen door to a shed and then into the level side garden, approx. 13m x 10m which is mainly lawned. There is an additional vehicle access at the end of the garden and it is understood there is a hard standing for additional parking although this hasn’t been used for a number of years. There is also an area of garden to the back of the property which gives a buffer to the platform.
Agents Note: There is a gate from the garden to the platform and further area of “garden”. Although this area has been used by the current owners, it isn’t part of the property being sold.
The property is being sold with no onward chain.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: B (Mid Devon 2021/22 £1623.64)
Utilities: Mains water, electric, telephone & broadband
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Oil fired central heating
DIRECTIONS : From Crediton, go through Copplestone, bearing left after the traffic lights onto the A3072 towards Bow. As you come into Bow, take the second left into Iter Park and bear around to the right. There is a private road and the rear of No 2 can be found ahead of you.
COPPLESTONE is a 5-minute drive west of Crediton on the A377, a main route into the City of Exeter. A stone’s throw to the southwest is Dartmoor National Park, renowned for its invigorating walks and sublime scenery. Previously a traditional farming hamlet, Copplestone has grown over the years, and now offers a fantastic selection of new-build, fully modern homes. This, coupled with its own primary school and locality to Queen Elizabeth’s Community College in Crediton, makes it perfect for families moving to Devon. The village has a strong camaraderie between residents, with a local church holding many events. There is a 3m carved granite cross, found in the village centre of Saxon origin and steeped in mythology. There is also a shop/post office for convenience, and regular transport links (bus and train) towards Exeter, North Devon and Okehampton.
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