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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Bell Lane, Hennock

Withdrawn from Market £235,000

Property Description

Key features

  • End of terrace, three-bedroom house
  • Three-year Devon Rule
  • Beautiful village location
  • Modernisation required
  • Spacious living room
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Child and pet friendly garden
  • Conservatory
  • Rural views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An end-terrace, three double-bedroom property, with a conservatory and gardens, in need of modernisation, in the heart of the beautiful village of Hennock, that has wonderful rural views over the Teign Valley.

A concrete path leads through the front garden, with a bed of gravel interspersed with roses, and a rock-walled bed of plants and shrubs, to the entrance beneath an open porch, with bench seats on either side and a solid-granite lintel. Inside, the property is surprisingly spacious but very dated, and would benefit from extensive modernisation, though it is mostly double-glazed, has LPG central heating, and a solar water heating system. An ideal project for those wishing to put their personal stamp on a property.

The hallway is wide with a staircase to the upstairs, and a glazed door leads into the living room, spacious and light, with a stone fireplace and hearth, fitted with a living-flame gas fire, that makes a nice feature and focal point for the room. French doors lead into an aluminium conservatory, with views of the rear garden and access via sliding patio doors. The kitchen/dining room is a good size, with plenty of worktop space, and a range of oak-fronted units provide ample storage space. There is a fan-oven and grill, a separate gas hob, and space beneath the worktop for a fridge. A dining area has room for a table and seating for four, ideal for any occasion, and a rear hallway provides access to a shower room, part-tiled with a shower, WC and basin, a utility room with a sink unit, power and plumbing for a washing machine and other appliances, and in the corner an original cast-iron boiler, a lovely piece of history. A recent LPG condensing combi-boiler sits on the wall, providing heating and hot water on demand, and a door from the hallway provides access to the rear garden.

Upstairs, there are three light and airy bedrooms, all light and airy doubles with views over rooftops to the surrounding countryside. A bathroom, part-tiled with a bath, shower above, a pedestal basin and a WC, and the landing has a hatch in the ceiling, with and integral ladder, providing access to the loft which is fully boarded, with a light, providing extensive storage and also houses the hardware for the solar water heating system.

Outside, the rear garden is a charming, low-maintenance outside space, with paving and rock-walled beds of plants, shrubs and flowers, ideal for a barbecue or picnic tea, and fully enclosed it is ideal for children and pets. There is a storage area with the LPG bottles and auto change-over system, and a gate provides access to a path to the side of the property.

Parking is on-road at the front of the property.

Note: This property has a Devon three-year rule restrictive covenant in force, whereby prospective purchasers must have lived or worked in the county of Devon consecutively for the previous three years. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
23 August 2017


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