2 bedroom terraced house for sale

West End Road, Bradninch, EX5

Sold STC £195,000

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This fascinating village home offers the character and high ceilings of the period coupled with lovely elevated garden enjoying far reaching country views, whilst being close to the centre of the village. The surprisingly spacious accommodation is warmed by gas central heating and offers a sitting room and shaker style kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor. On the first floor the two double bedrooms are complemented by the period style bathroom with its modern roll top bath. A short garden path rises behind the cottage and leads to the secluded garden. An early inspection is recommended to those seeking a delightful period home in this popular and accessible village.



Set back from West End road within a short walk of the village post office stores, church and thriving primary school in the Duchy town of Bradninch. A more extensive range of shopping facilities are to be found in the nearby country town of Cullompton with its high street shops, supermarkets, secondary school, library, sports centre and Padbrook golf course and leisure centre. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. A short way to the south the magnificent national Trust country estate of Killerton offers walks through the forests, arboretum and grounds. The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the picturesque national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.




Characterful village cottage
Gas central heating
Hall
Sitting room
Shaker style kitchen/breakfast room
2 Double bedrooms
Bathroom
Secluded mature cottage garden
9 miles Exeter, 21 miles Taunton
Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 8 miles
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage
9 miles Exeter, 21 miles Taunton
Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 8 miles




On the Ground Floor




Canopy entrance Porch to heavy panelled front door.


Long Entrance Hall, radiator, lovely stripped wooden flooring, long elegant stairs to first floor, coathooks, understair cupboard, understair recess with shelving, currently accommodating computer.


Kitchen/Breakfast Room charming characterful room extending the full width of the property, the kitchen area having delightful traditional tiled floor and fitted with cream shaker units comprising three base cupboards and two wall cupboards with plate rack between, timber worktop with Belfast sink and mixer tap. Space and plumbing for washing machine.


The dining area with continuation of stripped timber floor, radiator, delightful Victorian fireplace with tiled insets and metal fire surround, half glazed back door.


Sitting Room a long charming characterful room with stripped timber flooring and wide bay window, brick fireplace with traditional timber surround and huge mirror over, pretty arched recess to the side with stripped pine lower cupboards, floor to ceiling range of bookshelves, radiator, doors to hall and kitchen.



On the First Floor




'L' shaped landing fitted floor to ceiling cupboard.



Bedroom 1 radiator, exposed timber flooring.


Bedroom 2 pretty Victorian fireplace, window overlooking gardens to the rear.


Bathroom well appointed with traditional white suite comprising resin roll top bath, low level WC, pedestal washbasin, radiator, airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder, outlook over gardens to the rear.




Outside




Tucked away behind a tall laurel hedge approached through a wrought iron gate over a brick pathway leading through the front garden with its profusion of shrubs. The back door leads to a concreted yard with winding gravelled path leading to the "elevated garden" with timber gate leading through creeper clad arch to the elevated garden. This largely grassed area offers extraordinary privacy and a little bit of countryside on the village outskirts, with mixed perimeter hedging, fruit trees, soft fruit, timber garden shed and newly constructed summerhouse, this quiet haven provides the perfect backdrop to this period home whilst enjoying amazing views over the village rooftops across the Culm valley to Ashclyst forest.

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Thorne & Carter, Cullompton

11-13 High Street, Cullompton, EX15 1AB

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11-13 High Street, Cullompton, EX15 1AB

01884 695026 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Whimple (5.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Thorne & Carter, Cullompton

11-13 High Street, Cullompton, EX15 1AB

01884 695026 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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