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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Station Road,Hemyock, Cullompton, Devon EX15

Sold STC £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Fabulous
  • Upgraded
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Village location
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Landscaped rear garden
  • Oil fired central heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

DESCRIPTION: This fabulous, upgraded 4 bedroom family home sits in the heart of thriving village of Hemyock set up in a slightly elevated position with ample parking and garage. One of the main selling points of the property is undoubtedly the recently replaced, beautifully presented kitchen/breakfast room, which can easily be seen how this becomes the social hub of the family home. Therefore a visit to the property comes highly recommended to fully appreciate all that it has to offer.

Built by a local reputable builder using local sourced materials including flint to the main central elevation provides depth and character to the build design. The property was originally built for the owners occupation and has generous size rooms throughout to include 4 double bedrooms to the first floor and 3 bathrooms, which certainly makes this an ideal family home. The property further benefits from uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating.

An attractive front door leads through to the entrance hallway, and what is immediately evident is the space and flowing accommodation with an impressive turning staircase. The sitting/dining room is of an excellent size with a multi-fuel burner inset into a proud chimney breast with a window to the front elevation and French doors with matching full length side panels leading out to the rear garden from the dining area.

Accessible from the main hallway and the sitting/dining room is the fabulous kitchen which has recently been replaced (in 2017) to include a range of cashmere coloured wall and base units, contrasting work surfaces and upstands, with a number of built-in appliances to include a
double oven, microwave, hob, extractor fan, dishwasher, fridge and wine cooler. There is a central island with an overhang for stools and space for further soft furnishing to include a sofa and chair, making this a perfect social space for the family.

Adjoining the kitchen is the utility with a continuation of units and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a floor mounted oil fired boiler having been serviced in early 2017 with a doorway leading directly to the rear garden and a further door leading through to the integral garage.

From the hallway there is a ground floor cloakroom and a further reception room which is
currently being used as a home office with a window to the front elevation.

The turning staircase rises to the first floor landing and once again given the size of the
property is spacious with an airing cupboard, separate linen cupboard and loft access.

To the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms with the master bedroom being of a particularly good size with a dressing area leading to the en-suite. Complementing the second bedroom is a second en-suite with the family bathroom servicing the remainder of the bedrooms.

Outside, to the front of the property there are attractive iron gates leading through to the
driveway which provides ample off-road parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to the garage with an electric roller door, power and lighting with direct access through to the main accommodation. Pathways to either side of the property lead to the rear garden which has been cleverly landscaped on two levels, predominantly laid to lawn with raised flower beds, an area of decking, ideal for sitting out and entertaining and a useful storage shed. To the side of the property the oil tank can be found.

LOCATION: The property is located in the heart of the picturesque village of Hemyock within walking distance of all the local amenities to include local stores, village school, medical
facilities, church, junior school, post office, parish hall and playing fields. There is also a good variation of clubs and societies based in this thriving community which falls within the
catchment for the popular Uffculme Secondary School. The village is the largest in the
Blackdown Hills and is noted for its outstanding natural beauty with a range of outdoor pursuits available nearby to include delightful walks over the neighbouring countryside. Wellington is approximately 5 miles distant with its larger rage of independent shops and larger national stores such as Waitrose. The town itself stands between the River Tone and the Blackdown Hills. The history includes the fact that Arthur Wellesley took the town's name as his own when he became a Duke. The well-known landmark, Wellington Monument, was built to celebrate the Duke's victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.

DIRECTIONS: From our Wellington town centre office take the turning off the A38 bypass onto Monument Road and continue along for approximately 2 miles. At the crossroads proceed straight across following the signs to Hemyock. Continue along this road passing through
Symonsburrow, dropping into the village of Hemyock via Penn Cross Hill. Proceed through Station Road passing the Spar convenience store and the property can be found set up on the left hand side as indicated by our For Sale board.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 April 2018


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