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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Prowses, Hemyock, EX15

Sold STC £159,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Larger than average
  • Situated in an elevated position
  • Popular village of Hemyock
  • Tucked away position
  • Now requires some updating
  • Garden
  • 2 useful storgae sheds

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

DESCRIPTION: A larger than average 3 bedroom family home situated in a elevated
position in the popular village of Hemyock. The accommodation comprises an entrance porch, downstairs cloakroom/utility, kitchen and lounge/dining room, whilst to the first floor there are 3 good size bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The property occupies a corner position, tucked away within a cul-de-sac and enjoys open
aspects to the front and rear and would create an excellent opportunity for a prospective buyer to make their own, as it now requires some updating and finishing. Gardens can be found to the front and rear and there is a communal car parking area to the front. Offered to the market with no onward chain.

Accommodation, uPVC entrance door with side panel leads into the entrance porch which
benefits from a tiled floor. A door from here leads into the entrance hallway where stairs rise and turn to the first floor. There is an under stair recess and doors that lead off to the kitchen and downstairs cloakroom/utility area which comprises of a wall mounted hand wash basin with tiled splash back and a wc. A consumer unit has recently been installed and there is plenty of space for coats and shoes.

The kitchen benefits from 2 double glazed windows to the rear and comprises of a range of wall and base units with rolled edge worktops, stainless steel sink unit, electric cooker point with extractor hood over. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher with slate tile effect floor and an archway that leads through to the lounge/diner. The lounge/dining room is of a good size and has uPVC French doors leading out into the rear garden. There is a window to the front enjoying the open views towards the Hills and across Hemyock.

To the first floor there is a loft hatch providing access into the roof space as well as a built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with slatted shelving above with doors leading off to 3 good size bedrooms, all enjoying open outlooks. The family bathroom has recently had a refitted 3-piece white suite comprising of a pedestal wash basin with mixer tap over, panelled bath with a "Triton" shower, side screen and low level wc. There is part tiled walling, cupboard space with shelving and a double glazed obscured window to the rear. The bathroom currently requires some finishing to décor and flooring.

Outside, to the front of the property there is an open plan area of lawn and path that leads to the front door. A further pathway to the side of the property provides access into the rear garden which has been designed with low maintenance in mind with a patio area, a raised area of decking and two useful storage sheds, all enclosed by wooden panelled fencing. Please note beyond the fencing there is a further area of garden that belongs to the property as well as a pathway that provides access to next door.

LOCATION: 30 Prowses is situated in this popular cul-de-sac on the outskirts of the
picturesque village of Hemyock on the banks of the River Culm. Hemyock lies amid the
beautiful rolling countryside of the Blackdown Hills on the Devon/Somerset border in a region recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is the largest in the
Blackdown Hills and has a rich and varied history dating back to pre-historic times. A strong tradition of local farming culminated in a group of local farmers starting the first mechanically operated butter factory in the west of England. The Cadbury family famous for their quality chocolate also originated from Hemyock. The remains of the 12th century Hemyock Castle can be seen in the village, having been beautifully preserved alongside the magnificent St Marys Church. The village has an excellent range of local amenities to include, village school,
medical facilities, village store, post office, parish hall, playing fields and popular local inn. The M5 motorway can be joined at Junction 26.

DIRECTIONS: From Wellington proceed along Pyles Thorne Road towards the Wellington bypass. Go straight across the junction into Ford Street and continue for approximately 2 miles to the crossroads. Turn right and continue for approximately ˝ a mile turning left signposted Hemyock. Continue through the village on Hemyock turning left at the Post Office into Culm Bridge Road. Continue along for approximately 200 yards turning into 'Prowses' and continue a short distance where number 30 can be seen directly ahead of you tucked in the corner of the cul-de-sac.

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26 July 2016


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