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The Coach House offers a warm welcome and has two particularly large downstairs rooms, ideal for entertaining or family use. The kitchen has classic ceiling beams and has been fitted in a light style, with a central island unit with oak work surface, a cooking range and double sink unit. Towards one end, there is space for dining and uPVC doors lead to the pretty rear garden.
At the other end of the entrance hall, the sitting room is a magnificent room in which to relax, with a wood burner fitted on a polished hearth, providing a lovely feature and a cosy atmosphere on a chilly winter evening. Large picture windows provide plenty of light and overlook the flower beds and lawn garden.
From the hall, there is also a utility room, well fitted with cupboards, work surface and space for appliances, as well as a WC and sink unit. A large walk-in cupboard in the hall also provides plenty of storage for coats and shoes.
The upstairs accommodation has been more recently converted and has some fine wood features, showing off some of the original roof trusses, which have been cleverly incorporated within the conversion. From the landing, there are three bedrooms, the master with an en suite WC, and two generous single rooms, one of which could be used as a home office, if required. The main bathroom is fitted in an attractive style and benefits from a separate bath and shower.
If required, there is scope to build another large bedroom over the sitting room, subject to relevant consents.
One of the prime features of this property is the extensive, level garden, which is believed to have been the kitchen garden for the original Mountstephen House. This has a high, stone boundary wall, affording a great deal of privacy and seclusion. The garden is principally laid to lawn, ideal for children to play, and has established flower and shrub beds and a productive vegetable garden. Other features include a summerhouse, barbecue terrace, a small open fronted barn and large garden shed.
The Coach House is ideally placed for commuting, with quick access to Exeter, Taunton and the Tiverton Parkway Station at Sampford Peverell, with regular Inter City services (Paddington in about 2 hours). The villages of Willand and Uffculme lie about a mile away and offer good local amenities including excellent primary schools and the OFSTED rated 'Outstanding' Uffculme School, for secondary education. The market towns of Cullompton and Tiverton both lie within easy reach with a full range of services including education and recreation provision.
Junction 27 M5 c. 1.35 miles.
Exeter c. 17 miles.
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 2.6 miles.
Taunton c. 16.5 miles.
Exeter Airport c. 18 miles.
The Mountstephen Estate has a Management Company which is responsible for the maintenance of the common parts of land and services. The Service Charge is an annual contribution of £450 per property. Further details available from Seddons.
Services: Mains electricity, water and shared waste treatment plant.