A delightfully presented link-detached cul-de-sac bungalow benefiting from two garages and a workshop/store, ample off road parking, a beautiful garden and recently modernised kitchen; situated in the popular village of Alphington on the outskirts of Exeter, Devon.
The ancient village of Alphington has had numerous famous residents, including the parents of author Charles Dickens. It was where Charles Babbage, founder of the modern computer, was educated for a short time. In modern times, it has an enviable community spirit partly owing to its range of amenities including a primary school, secondary school, post office and public house.
The property is in an extremely accessible position within the village, ideal for anyone requiring fast access to the A38, M5, Marsh Barton or the City Centre. Bus links to the aforementioned and further afield are within walking distance.
The accommodation is comprised of three bedrooms, one with en-suite and a family bathroom off one corridor; and the spacious living room, conservatory, dining room and high-specification kitchen off another. To the front of the property, ample off road parking is complimented by two garages, link detached from the property by a covered walkway that leads into the deceptively spacious rear garden. The garden is divided into lawn, vegetable area and potting shed and a modern covered pod, ideal for al-fresco relaxation.
From Exeter City Centre, follow signs to Alphington and proceed through the village centre, passing the Post Office on the left hand side. Continue over the roundabout then turn left at the fork in the road. Proceed past the Church and the turning for Westcombe will be found a little further along, on the right. The property is situated opposite the green, on the right hand side.
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