The property occupies a mid-terrace position on the edge of the popular historic village of Bradninch and enjoys some splendid views across open countryside beyond the thriving primary school. Other local facilities in the village include a post office stores, pre-school group, 2 pubs and regular bus services to the town of Cullompton, roughly 3 miles away. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits and attractions including the picturesque National Trust parkland at Killerton House offering walks and park run events for example. The cathedral city of Exeter is about 10 miles away with its excellent shopping facilities as well as railway stations and airport. Junction 28 of the M5 motorway is accessible at Cullompton whilst the National Parks of Exmoor and Dartmoor together with the spectacular South Devon coastline are all within moderate car journeys.
In more detail:
The property has been much enhanced and also extended by the current vendors to make a beautiful 3 / 4 bedroom home which any potential buyer could move in to immediately.
The welcoming hallway has plenty of coathooks to hang up all those outer garments after outdoor pursuits and activities clubs. Off it to the left is a large living room with windows at both ends. A wood burner has been added for that country feel and ambient heat in addition to central heating throughout the property, and solar panels on the roof. The kitchen is evenly proportioned with plenty of work surfaces and cupboards and integrated appliances, and has both a pantry and downstairs cloakroom off it. The house has been extended at the back of the kitchen to include a large bright dining room accessed by a single step. Like the kitchen it has stripped wood flooring, and is flooded with light having both a window and patio doors. There is ample space in the dining room for additional seating and extra storage is provided with two useful cupboards.
Upstairs are three bedrooms-including two doubles- the master overlooking the front of the house and the other two facing to the rear of the property. The bathroom has been cleverly designed to exploit its shape and is fully modernised with full tiling to one side and a white suite incorporating a curved edge bath with screen and power shower over. Off the landing is a wooden staircase to the attic room/ fourth bedroom which has Velux window and exposed supporting timbers.
At the front of the property is a neatly gravelled driveway parking area. There is power in the shed and space for a chest freezer and tumble dryer. The rear garden has an upper level patio area well placed for afternoon and early evening sunlight and a lower area laid mostly to lawn with a border to the side and with a covered seating area in the corner.