T. 01884 253500[email protected]
A beautiful four bedroom semi detached house with lots of 1930's character and set with ample parking and good sized rear garden.
Set on the edge of the charming village of Sampford Peverell this superb family home has it all, large gardens, workshop, ample parking and heaps of character throughout.
On entering the property the 1930's features become immediately apparent with lovely picture rails and solid wooden doors. The entrance hall is welcoming and flows nicely into the reception rooms.
The living room is of good size with a beautiful bay window to the front which allows the light to flood in. A feature fireplace catches the eye and is a nice focal point of the room. Twin arches then flow straight into the adjoining dining room.
With its nice high ceilings and space for a large dining table and chairs the dining room is definitely the social room of the house.
An adjoining sun room makes for the perfect place to sit, read and admire the garden whilst enjoying some comfort.
The kitchen has a useful range of cupboards and recessed areas handy for housing a fridge/freezer and the like. The kitchen window overlooks the beautiful rear garden whilst a side door leads out to the carport and workshop.
Upstairs the landing is typical of this era having nice light and space. From here are the four bedrooms and family wet room.
Two of the rooms on the first floor are good sized double bedrooms with the fourth being a single bedroom or handy study room.
The loft room is very attractive and has some wonderful views of the surrounding area through its two Velux windows. An ensuite bathroom has a double sized "Jacuzzi" bath with a large Velux window alongside where you can lay back and enjoy the bubbles with a fantastic view.
Outside to the front an area is dedicated to parking and has space for several vehicles, whilst a carport to the side gives protective parking.
A timber workshop is perfect for a hobbyist or those that enjoy d.i.y and adjoins the rear garden.
The rear garden has a large expanse of lawn and is completely enclosed, perfect for children to play and be adventurous. An open store provides plenty of space to house garden toys and the like. A brick paved patio gives space for a table and chairs, perfect for admiring the surrounds.
From Junction 27 of the M5, take the A361 towards Tiverton / North Devon taking the first exit signed Sampford Peverell. Turn left towards the village and after about half a mile take the first right in to Whitnage Road. Follow the road over the Canal bridge and No.6 will be found on the left hand side.