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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Broadhempston, Devon, TQ9

Sold STC £435,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sitting room with access to rear terrace and views
  • Fabulous extended kitchen/breakfast room with lantern roof light
  • 4 bedrooms (master ensuite)
  • Family bathroom
  • Integral single garage
  • Secure level front garden
  • Secluded rear terrace

Full description

A recently renovated and extended family home in the highly sought after village of Broadhempston. Sitting room with access to rear terrace and views, fabulous extended kitchen/breakfast room with lantern roof light, 4 bedrooms, master ensuite, family bathroom, integral single garage, secure level front garden, secluded rear terrace. EPC Band E

Situation - As the name would suggest, Chantry House sits adjacent next to the Church of St Peter and St Paul in the middle of the desirable village of Broadhempston.
The village has a thriving community and is made popular as it offers a wide range of amenities to include two well attended public houses, a busy village hall, the community owned stores and a highly regarded primary school.
There are several good garden centres in the area at Ipplepen, Staverton and Landscove and the medieval market town of Totnes with a wider array of individual shops, professional services and mainline railway station with links to London Paddington, is only a short drive away.
The A38 Devon Expressway is 5 miles distant and links the cities of Plymouth and Exeter to the M5 motorway network.

Description - Chantry House was built in 1972 and has recently undergone a detailed program of refurbishment with a fantastic extension to the rear of the property to create a large kitchen/breakfast room.

Accommodation - A short flight of steps lead to the entrance door and entrance hall with engineered oak flooring. Stairs to first floor. Door to integral garage which has plumbing and space for a washing machine and houses the oil fired central heating boiler.
From the hallway, door to ground floor cloakroom and door to L-shaped sitting room which lends itself to desk area to one side.
The sitting room has an inset woodburning stove with slate hearth, large picture window overlooking the front garden with patio doors to a rear terrace. This room is light and airy with fantastic views of Broadhempston Church.
Kitchen/breakfast room was extended by the current owners to now provide a very bright and spacious kitchen with central island unit with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink. Integrated dishwasher, ample storage with eye and base level units with electric fan oven and an integrated microwave. 4-ring electric hob with extractor hood over and integrated fridge/freezer.
Double doors leading to the rear patio with large lantern roof with LED spotlights. Study/library area. Boot room with door to outside.
Stairs to first floor landing and master bedroom which is open into the eaves providing a large feeling of space with Velux window and window to front with rural views. Doorway through to dressing room and further door to ensuite shower room with corner shower enclosure. Bedroom 2 with views over village church.
Family bathroom with shower attachment over bath, wash hand basin and WC. Bedroom 3 with views to the rear of the property. Bedroom 4 with views over the front garden.

Outside - To the front and accessed via a timber gateway, there is a level area of lawn bordered by an attractive stone wall.
Gravelled pathway leading round to the side of the property to secluded rear patio which has an antique natural stone floor with raised beds to two sides and a plum tree.
Outside lighting, controlled from the kitchen. Three flower beds edged with granite sets and to the rear of the kitchen wall is a wood store.
Private parking area providing parking for 2 vehicles on the granite set drive.

Services - Oil fired central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity.

Local Authority - Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 361101. E-mail:

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Totnes property office on 01803 865454

Directions - From the village centre, proceed passed the village shop and, inbetween the shop and primary school, is a narrow road which leads passed the school and to Chantry House which will be found on the right hand side.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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Added on Rightmove:
02 June 2018


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