3 bedroom end of terrace house for saleSt. Andrews Estate, Cullompton, Devon, EX15
Those seeking a substantial end of terrace family home with a spectacular family garden need look no further than this brick built house on the western outskirts of Cullompton. Updated with the installation of gas central heating and double glazing the property offers a front porch extension, sitting room, family kitchen/breakfast room and WC on the ground floor with three bedrooms and family bathroom upstairs. This excellent home if further enhanced by lovely views over the roof tops of Cullompton and the Culm Valley to distant hills to the front and a real family garden of about 100ft to the rear. An early inspection is strongly recommended to those seeking competitively priced family home with an exceptional garden
Enjoying an elevated setting on the western outskirts of Cullompton yet within a short walk of High Street shops, supermarkets, doctors and schools. The country town of Cullompton also boasts a state of the art community centre, rencently constructed library, sports centre and Padbrook golf course and leisure centre. The M5 passes the town and facilitates rapid commuting south to the cathedral city of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The comparatively central mid Devon location places the stunning national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.
Substantial brick built family home
Gas central heating and double glazing
Family Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Exceptional 100ft mature gardens
No onward chain
15 miles Exeter, 19 miles Taunton
Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 6 miles
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage
On the Ground Floor
UPVc part glazed front door to Porch having windows on three sides and attractive tessellated tiled floor, half glazed inner front door to
Hall radiator, stairs to first floor, multi paned door to
Sitting Room fireplace having timber surround and mantel housing gas fire with back boiler for central heating, radiator, alcove with built in shelving and shelf for television having storage beneath, excellent views over the rooftops of Cullompton and Culm Valley to Old Hill.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room having range of timber units comprising four base cupboards, drawer pack, space for fridge and freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, roll edged work tops having inset stainless steel single drainer sink, tall cupboard, seven wall cupboards, wine rack, radiator, part glazed back door, walk in store cupboard, leading to understairs cupboard.
WC approached from the outside but easily made accessible from the inside.
On the First Floor
Approached by turning staircase to Landing with loft access.
Bedroom 1 radiator, down lighting, lovely outlook over gardens to rear.
Bedroom 2 radiator, fitted wardrobe with cupboards over and automatic light, glorious views across Cullompton and the Culm Valley to distant Blackdown Hills
Bedroom 3 radiator, outlook over gardens to the rear.
Bathroom suite in white comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, basin in vanity unit with cupboards beneath, WC, cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder.
Concreted area to the rear with outside water tap and useful concrete shed/workshop with power. At the front a concrete path leads through a wrought iron gate into the front garden being largely hard landscaped with gravel, interspersed with a variety of established shrubs and leading to the front door, beside the house the path leads through a wide strip of lawn to the side gate leading to the stunning rear garden, over 100 ft in length the first section of which is largely lawned with excellent timber summer house and a wide variety of ornamental trees and shrubs including a specimen crab apple tree, compositing area, creeper and rose clad rustic arch leading to further lawn beyond which lies the former kitchen garden at the end of which a mature fig tree and silver birch are to be found. Perimeter hedging and fencing with traditional Devon bank forming the furthermost boundary.
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