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A charming, Grade 2 listed village cottage, a few steps from the post office and pub! A popular location amidst rolling Devon countryside, yet only five minutes drive from the M5 motorway and quick access to Exeter. Vacant - no onward chain.
This fine period, Grade II listed cottage lies in the centre of the sought after village of Kentisbeare, with a good range of local amenities on the doorstep.
The accommodation has well-proportioned rooms, notably two reception rooms and two double bedrooms, and has some fine original features, including a large stone inglenook fireplace, a brick fireplace and beams. Whilst retaining its inherent charm, the cottage has been updated in the last decade and is very comfortable, with a modern kitchen, bathroom and cloakroom, and a central heating system, with a 'Calor', propane gas tank in the rear courtyard.
This area is enclosed and cobbled, ideal for sitting out, with the neighbour having access through it, if required, on occasion.
Beyond, there is a small area of ornamental garden, a parking space and single garage.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Private Calor gas tank for central heating and hot water.
Kentisbeare has a full range of local amenities including a popular primary school, which is a feeder school for the Ofsted rated, 'Outstanding', Uffculme School, a post office/store, local pub, the 'Wyndham Arms', church and village hall. The motorway, Tiverton Parkway and Honiton stations, Exeter, Honiton and Taunton, all lie within easy reach, ideal for commuting.
Cullompton/Junction 28 M5 c. 3 miles.
Exeter c.17 miles. Honiton c. 8 miles.
Taunton c. 22 miles. Tiverton c. 14 miles.
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 8 miles.
Exeter Airport c.16 miles
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 Junction 28 of the M5, proceed towards Honiton on the A373 for approximately two and a half miles. At Post Cross take a left turn, signposted to Kentisbeare and proceed into the village and High Street, where number 1 can be immediately seen, the second cottage on the right, before the post office, with a Seddons' board. Viewers are advised to park in The Square for their first visit, by the tree, outside the post office.