Tiverton, Devon

Guide Price £265,000
3 Beds
2 Bathrooms
  • On a bus route
  • Entrance hall
  • Kitchen dining room
  • Utility room
  • Sitting room
  • Three bedrooms
  • Bathroom and shower room
  • Garden
  • Garage & parking

Tiverton Office

T. 01884 253500

Full Property Details

This three bedroom chalet bungalow will tick a lot of boxes for someone looking for a level front and back garden, a short walk to the town, the Grand Western Canal and on a bus route. There is also a convenience store nearby.

As you approach the property a drive provides parking and leads to the garage which has power and lighting.

Once inside, the entrance hall is a good size with doors leading to all rooms.
The kitchen dining room has a range of modern wall and base units with a built in eye level double oven, electric hob and a dish washer. A door leads to the utility room which has a continuation of the kitchen units along with a sink and drainer with ample space for white goods. This room could be joined to make a very good size kitchen dining room. A door leads to the garage and a further door leads to the rear garden.

The sitting room is to the rear of the property overlooking the garden. A external door leads out to the garden and patio area. Stairs lead up to the main bedroom.

The main bedroom is a good size with velux windows to both front and rear and an en-suite bathroom. Two further bedrooms on are the ground floor to the front of the property. One has built in wardrobe cupboards.

Outside, the front garden is laid to lawn and bordered by a low wall. The enclosed rear garden is also laid to lawn with a patio area and a garden shed. This is a blank canvas for the next owner to create the garden of their choice.

Nestled in the Mid Devon countryside, Tiverton is the largest market town in Mid Devon and is steeped in history and heritage. It got its name Twyfordton or the town of two rivers as the rivers Exe and Lowman run right through it. There are two castles in the parish, historic houses and churches and can boast one of the last horse drawn barges which still operates on the Grand Western Canal that is in fact celebrating its 50th birthday this year. The town itself has a mix of many wonderful eclectic independent shops and businesses and has regular market days at the Pannier Market where there are also many special market days and evening events. You will find cosy cafes and friendly restaurants to rest at and enjoy too.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: B

Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.

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