A wonderful opportunity to acquire a substantial semi-detached house and astonishingly large garden in a slightly elevated setting on the outskirts of Cullompton. This former Local Authority home is ready for some updating, whilst offering two receptions and a kitchen on the ground floor, with three bedrooms and a re-fitted shower room upstairs. The size of the garden to the rear with its outbuildings is completely unexpected and provides lawns, a former kitchen garden and large greenhouse, beyond which it widens out to a further wooded section adjoining fields to the rear. An early inspection is recommended to those seeking a family house requiring some updating and with a family sized garden.
Located on the north western outskirts of Cullompton, within a short walk of High Street shops, schools and supermarkets. The country town of Cullompton also offers two doctors surgeries, state of the art community centre, award winning butcher and coffee house/bistro, library and sports centre. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The M5 passes the town and facilitates rapid commuting south to the cathedral city of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton. The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the picturesque national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with the north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.
Entrance porch with quarry tiled floor to UPVC part glazed front door.
Hall night storage heater, deep under stairs recess with coat hooks, timber effect flooring.
Sitting Room night storage heater, tiled fire place, wide double glazed window with views to Blackdown Hills.
Kitchen timber effect flooring, range of mid oak units comprising 6 base cupboards most with drawers over, worktop with inset asterite 1½ bowl single drainer sink, double wall cupboard, appliance space, dual aspect half glazed UPVC back door, wide arch to
Dining Room night storage heater, timber effect flooring.
“L” shaped landing well lit by flank window, access to loft.
Bedroom 1 night storage heater, wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder with immersion, slatted shelving, views to Blackdown Hills.
Bedroom 2 night storage heater, fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving.
Bedroom 3 fitted cupboard, views to Blackdown Hills.
Shower Room refitted with white suite comprising extra wide shower with electric shower unit, pedestal basin, close coupled W.C., fully tiled walls, window.
Grassed front garden, side pedestrian access leading to UPVC door opening onto paved patio/courtyard with small “L” shaped range of outbuildings of block construction, rendered to match the house and comprising W.C., workshop and store. A concrete path leads past the small area of lawn to overgrown shrub beds, a further paved area adjoining which lies the large modern aluminium framed greenhouse. The gardens continue onto a delightful wooded area with a selection of conifers and assorted deciduous trees before eventually coming to a point where there is an old garden shed. Although a little unkempt, the huge garden will undoubtedly excite both gardeners and children alike.
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