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This charming semi-detached house is believed to date back to 1911 and is nicely tucked away in the centre of the town, with little passing traffic.
On approach, there is a useful parking area for two cars* and a gate leading to the delightful front garden, which is laid to lawn, with a sitting area and established shrubs and trees, including very productive apple trees. The borders are planted with an array of colourful, perennial flowers. The garden can be enjoyed all year round from the conservatory at the front of the house which, with a sunny, southerly aspect, is a lovely room in which to relax. This leads to the sitting room, another restful room, with an original fireplace and mantle surround and stripped floorboards.
The kitchen/dining room is a prime feature of the house, with an attractive, original brick chimney breast and fire recess and a walk-in larder. The kitchen has been completely refurbished by our clients in a sympathetic style, with cupboard storage, oak work surfaces, a dining bar and space for a table and chairs. The kitchen also houses a large cooking range, which may be purchased under separate negotiation. Beyond the kitchen, there is a utility room and downstairs toilet with sink. From the utility room, a stable door leads to the rear courtyard, which attracts the evening sunshine.
The staircase leads to the first floor landing and the principal bedroom, with exposed floorboards and a sash window. The second double bedroom is a good size and the third, single room, is currently used as an office. The bathroom has a traditional white suite, with a shower over the bath.
The house is in excellent order as our clients have redecorated throughout with some remedial works, including replastering the ceilings, and they have installed modern light fittings. The minimalist presentation is a perfect starting point for the next owners.
Services: Main’s water, electricity, drainage and gas.
Local Authority: Mid Devon District Council
Council Tax: Band B
Bellevue Terrace lies a short walk from the centre of Cullompton, which has a range of shops, including an award-winning butcher's, and popular coffee shops, 'The Bakehouse', 'The Lime Tree' and a Costa . Tesco is close by and there are Aldi and Home Bargains supermarkets. Other amenities include a contemporary health centre, library, community centre, established doctor's surgeries, a veterinary practice, churches, sports clubs, pubs and recreation facilities.
From the town, there is a popular walk through the river meadows, adjoining the River Culm, and other routes along the town’s leat and surrounding country lanes.
Cullompton is ideally placed for commuting, with quick access to Exeter via J28 of the M5 or the B3181 main road through Broadclyst and Pinhoe. There are regular bus services through the town and rail links at Tiverton Parkway and Honiton stations, to Paddington and London Waterloo, respectively. The 'Falcon' coach service also stops in the town, providing economic travel between Plymouth and Bristol, with stops in between, including Bristol Airport.
Exeter c. 14 miles
Taunton c. 19 miles
Tiverton c. 7 miles
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 6 miles
Honiton c. 10 miles
Please see the floor plan for the dimensions. The internal photos were taken with a wide-angle lens to show more of the rooms.
* The agents understand there is a short stretch of pedestrian access, only, along the side of the parking area, granted to the neighbour for access to their front garden.