Situated in a residential area of the Mid-Devon village of Copplestone and close to the local shop, primary school and within walking distance of regular bus and trains to Crediton/Exeter, this is a great position.
This property is a semi-detached house with a lawned front garden and a lovely rear garden which has been improved by the current owners and offers a south-west facing garden (ideal for the afternoon and evening sun) with paved seating areas, lawn, storage sheds and a lower graveled area (could be used as further parking stp). In total the rear garden measures approx. 12m x 5.5m. There is also off-road parking at the rear which is a great addition.
Internally are 2 double bedrooms which are served by a central bathroom with airing cupboard on the first floor and on the ground floor, a living room opens to a kitchen/breakfast room to the rear with a view over the rear garden. The property has electric heating which is off-set by the solar panels on the roof (owned outright).
It’s a great home that has a lovely balance of inside and outside space and all you need with gardens and parking to create a wonderful property in a village setting.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: A (Mid Devon 2023/24 £1513.31)
Utilities: Mains water, electric, telephone & broadband (up to 67mb – Uswitch)
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Electric heating (plus solar panels to reduce costs).
DIRECTIONS : On entering Copplestone from Crediton turn right just before the village cross, and then immediately right again into Bewsley Hill. Take the first left into Sunnymead and proceed passing the park on your left and No.48 will be found on your left hand side.
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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