4 bedroom detached house for saleTeign View, Chudleigh Knighton
- Four-bedroom, detached house
- Sought-after village location
- Downstairs cloakroom
- Living room with wood-burning stove
- Dining room/study
- Spacious kitchen/breakfast room
- Child and pet friendly garden
- Garage with utility area
- Ample off-road parking
- Great commuting links
A detached, four-bedroom family home, with a garage, ample parking and an enclosed rear garden, in a quiet position close to the centre of the popular village of Chudleigh Knighton, with its highly regarded primary school, pub and shops, and easy access to the A38 to Plymouth, Exeter and the M5.
A wide tarmac driveway provides parking for at least four cars in front of the garage, and leads to the entrance beneath a storm porch. Inside, the hallway has oak-effect laminate flooring, a staircase to the upstairs, with a handy study area beneath, a convenient downstairs cloakroom, with a WC and basin, and an internal door to the garage that has lights and power, a roller-shutter door, and a utility area with a worktop, storage, sink, plumbing for a washing machine and a condensing combi-boiler on the wall providing heating and hot water on demand.
The living room is a good size with plenty of light from a bow window to the front, and a modern wood-burning stove fitted flush into the chimney breast, making a lovely feature and wonderful with a roaring fire on a dark wintery night. Steps through an archway lead down into the dining room, currently used as a study, with a handy serving hatch to the kitchen, and French doors to the garden, and plenty of room for six or eight around a table, perfect for a dinner party or a family celebration. The kitchen/breakfast room is spacious and light, with dual-aspect windows, and has plenty of room for a table in the centre, ideal for informal dining; a real hub of the home. There is plenty of worktop space, with tiled splashbacks and feature lighting, and a range of light-wood, high and low-level units providing ample cupboard space. There is a built-in fan-oven and grill, a separate gas hob, with an integrated extractor hood above, and space beneath the worktops for a fridge, freezer and a dishwasher. A rear porch has a door to the garden, a worktop, additional units, and storage for coats and shoes.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is a light and airy double, with a shower and vanity unit at one end of the room, an abundance of wardrobe and storage space, and wonderful views from the window to Haytor in the distance. There are three further bedrooms, a double and two large singles, all with built-in storage, the family bathroom has a durable vinyl floor, fully-tiled walls, contains a P-bath, with a shower and curved-glass screen above, a pedestal basin, a WC, heated towel rail and an illuminated mirror. The landing has a hatch in the ceiling providing access to the loft space.
Outside, the garden is larger than average and fully enclosed making it safe for children and pets. There is a large level lawn, with shrubs dotted around its perimeter and a walled, paved patio, has doors to the dining room, and is perfect for a family barbecue or for sharing a bottle of wine with loved ones. There is a log-store for the wood-burner, a decorative wrought-iron gate to the front, and on the other side of the house there are a couple of timber sheds, for the mower and patio furniture, and an additional parking area, with double gates to the driveway.
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