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A rare opportunity to acquire this outstanding contemporary home situated on the edge of Bampton, with secluded gardens and superb southerly views over the Exe Valley.
Detached modern home
Stunning edge of village location with panoramic views
Kitchen/family room bi-folding doors to terrace
Utility room and cloakroom
2 reception rooms
Large master bedroom suite
Four further double bedrooms
Secluded gardens approx 0.54 acres
Garage and driveway
Valley View lies in a delightful edge of village, semi rural setting with stunning southerly views over the Exe Valley. The historic village of Bampton is within walking distance and offers a good range of local amenities including an artisan baker, greengrocer, butcher, two convenience stores, chemist, pubs, primary school and doctors surgery. The much larger market town of Tiverton lies 7 miles to the south with extensive local facilities including supermarkets, hospital, leisure centre, golf course and the property is within the 10 miles discount radius of the renowned Blundell's School. From Tiverton there is easy access to communication links including the A361 North Devon link road, M5 motorway and Tiverton Parkway railway station providing regular services to London Paddington in two hours. The whole area is well known for its outstanding natural beauty with Exmoor National Park just 7 miles to the north and the beaches of the beautiful North Devon coast are only a 45 minute drive.
Valley View is a detached, contemporary home built in 2011, the well presented accommodation enjoys far reaching views over the Exe Valley and surrounding countryside from most rooms. The ground floor comprises a large entrance hall with coat/storage cupboards and an oak staircase rising up to the galleried landing, sitting room with wood burning stove, study and ground floor double guest bedroom. The kitchen/family room is a particular feature of the property with ample space for a day lounge area and bi-folding doors leading out to the south facing terrace with glorious valley views. The kitchen area comprises a breakfast bar and high gloss units with wooden work surfaces incorporating a dishwasher, sink, fridge, freezer and a Belling electric range cooker with extractor hood over. Leading off the Kitchen the Utility room with high gloss units incorporating a stainless steel sink, space for washing machine and drier, door to outside. Cloakroom and cupboard with the hot water cylinder and oil-fired boiler.
Upstairs, off the large galleried landing is the large master bedroom suite with French doors opening to a Juliette balcony, a separate dressing room with ample built-in cupboards and a beautiful en-suite bathroom with freestanding bath, separate large walk in shower, bidet, WC, basin and heated towel rail. There are three further double bedrooms, all served by a family bathroom comprising a bath with shower over, pedestal basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Outside, the generous gardens provide a most attractive and secluded setting, adjoining farmland and mostly laid to lawn for ease of maintenance. Leading off the kitchen is a south facing paved terrace with a wrought iron balustrade and steps down to the lawned gardens interspersed with well established shrubs and trees and is fully enclosed with mixed surrounding hedging . A garden path leads you over the lawn to a gate and steps down to the lane with easy walking access into Bampton. Along the northern boundary is a strip of land and a further area of garden which would be ideal as a vegetable garden. Greenhouse and summer house.
The property is approached off the High Street over a drive and through a five bar gate to the private drive with ample parking and a detached double garage measuring 6.2m (20'4) x 5.5m (18'1). From the driveway, there are steps to the front garden with a small wooden bridge over a garden pond and access to the front door.
Please see the floor plan for the dimensions. The internal photos have been taken with a wide angle lens to show more of the rooms.
From Seddons office proceed up to the junction and turn left passing through Newton Square with Spar on the right and along Luke Street, passing the main car park on your left. Turn right at the War memorial signed for Exebridge and Dulverton and follow the road along the High Street. Pass all the cottages and houses on the right hand side, and after a short distance, the driveway leading to Valley View will be seen on the right. Proceed up the drive and bear round to the right, to the five bar gate leading to Valley View.
Mains electricity, water and drainage connected. Oil-fired central heating.