This large, detached bungalow is situated in a very pretty rural village in a sizeable, enclosed plot which extends to around 0.2 of an acre.
The original bungalow is of timber construction with a substantial brick/block-built extension added in the 1970’s, plus there is an attached Nissen hut for garaging/storage. Although the original bungalow is of non-standard construction, the current owner does have a mortgage on the property.
The spacious accommodation includes four double bedrooms (master upstairs with an en-suite WC and sink), a massive living room, an open-kitchen diner going into the recent garden room extension, plus a white suite bathroom with P-shaped bath with shower and screen over. The attached Nissen hut has plumbing, light and power (fitted and used as the kitchen while works were carried out) and offers further potential to the next owners. The bungalow is also double glazed throughout and wall insulation has been added in recent years.
Outside: The fifth of an acre plot includes lovely, enclosed gardens to the front and rear, plenty of space for dogs or other animals, with high standard kennels with enclosed outside area already in place, plus a gated 11m x 11m brick paved parking area suitable for numerous vehicles.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax Band: C (£1,942pa)
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband via Transmitter 40Mbps for £42pm
Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 40Mbps via transmitter, or standard broadband via phone line
Drainage: Private drainage
Heating: Electric radiators (upgraded in recent years)
Use post code EX17 6BQ
EAST LEIGH is a hamlet in the parish of Coldridge.....
COLDRIDGE is a secluded, undisturbed village not far to the north of Dartmoor National Park. Until the early 1900s it was known as ‘Coleridge’ – it is thought to mean the “ridge where charcoal is made”, a sound conclusion, and once where there were wooded hills, now lie green pastures. It rests along the epic ‘Two Moors Way’, a trail that runs from Devon’s South to North Coast – more than an idle wander. For access to a comprehensive choice of facilities the town of Crediton is 9 miles away, a short trip. The nearest train station is Morchard Road, 4 miles away – this sits along the Tarka Line that twists through some of the most scenic parts of Devon, through open country and hidden gorges from the City of Exeter all the way to Barnstaple.
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