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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Kennerleigh, Crediton

Withdrawn from Market £455,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious detached 4 bedroom house
  • Large kitchen/breakfast/family room
  • Large living room, separate sizeable dining room overlooking garden
  • Central heating, double glazing, garage/utility
  • Edge of popular village, with shop/post office
  • School bus service to Sandford and Q.E, Crediton

Full description

Picturesque DETACHED 4 bedroomed thatched and tiled cottage full of character with private garden and integral garage

Garden Cottage is an attractive and deceptively spacious Grade II listed detached cottage, handily placed in the centre of the very pretty village of Kennerleigh, yet still conveniently situated for the nearby popular village of Sandford and the market town of Crediton.

The property offers beautifully presented living accommodation benefiting from 4 bedrooms, a living room and a large dining room enjoying a wonderful outlook over the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is spacious well equipped with an extensive range of fitted base units and matching wall cupboards. There is a family bathroom complete with bath and shower. The living accommodation is predominately on the ground floor with rooms configured to suit the purchasers own family arrangements.

There is a wonderful eye-catching master bedroom on the first floor which enjoys a vaulted ceiling and exposed A frame. The property possesses immense charm and character with many period features having been carefully restored and preserved.

Garden Cottage enjoys oil fired central heating, double glazing and a large integral garage, which also has a utility area within the garage.         

The house enjoys lovely private gardens, well stocked with many conifers, well stocked flowerbeds interspersed between well maintained level lawned gardens.  

Kennerleigh is a village truly undisturbed by modernisation, sitting in an exquisite and rural part of Devon, on the verges of a shady, forested valley. It lies on the road to Black Dog and Thelbridge, 4 miles north of the market town of Crediton. Kennerleigh has a traditional style village shop/ post office – that stocks a diverse range of items and local produce. In addition, it features a wonderful example of a Norman church. A short drive away finds the larger village of Sandford, and one of finest pubs in the county; The Lamb Inn – with many accolades, mouth watering food and proper (job!) ales (and an open fire with the odd Jack Russell trotting about). For a modern selection of facilities Crediton is the place, with superb schools (both primary and secondary), a regular farmers market, a leisure centre, a host of interesting shops and two supermarkets.

DIRECTIONS From Crediton take the road northwards to Sandford Proceed through Sandford and continue along the lane for about 3 miles until arriving in Kennerleigh. On arriving in Kennerleigh, turn left just before the post office and Garden Cottage will be found immediately on the right.   

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01 July 2016


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