A delightful three bedroom period property with a pretty garden situated in the heart of Bampton, within a short walk of amenities
Situated in the heart of Bampton, number 15 Brook Street lies within a short walk of the many amenities that this charming country village has to offer, including some delightful shops, pubs, a 15th century church, primary school and doctors surgery. The larger market town of Tiverton lies 7 miles to the south with dual carriage way access to Junction 27 of the M5 motorway and Tiverton Parkway mainline station which provides regular intercity services to London (Paddington 2 hours). The whole area is known for its outstanding natural beauty with Exmoor National Park just 3.5 miles to the north and the beaches of the beautiful North Devon coast are only a 40 minute drive. A charming, mid-terrace, stone built property with spacious accommodation over three floors. The ground floor comprises a welcoming entrance hall with limestone floor, sitting room with sash window, Franco Belge multi fuel stove (fitted with back boiler, ready if required to supply additional hot water) fitted shelving, a delightful kitchen/dining room with limestone floor, cream fitted units with black granite worktops, Villeroy & Boch ceramic sink, integral dishwasher, electric oven and a solid fuel fired Rayburn. Leading off the kitchen is the staircase hall, door to rear hallway with glazed doors to a pretty courtyard garden. Utility room with ample shelving, plumbing for washing machine and drier, Belfast sink and door to courtyard. Two storage rooms (one was once a WC) and a conservatory with the original stone floor and patio doors to the garden. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one with a cast iron fireplace, and a good sized family bathroom with a tiled floor, freestanding bath, separate shower, pedestal basin, WC and airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with electric immersion heater and timer switch. From the first floor landing, stairs to the master bedroom, a light and airy room with roof light windows and views to the hills, exposed beams, en-suite shower room and a dressing room. Thomas Sanderson wooden shutters fitted to the front windows. To the rear of the house is a pretty, part walled garden which is laid to lawn with a brick paved patio area and flower and herbaceous borders. To the rear of the kitchen is a courtyard garden measuring approximately 3.7m (12'2) x 2.4m (7'10) with a door to the utility room, patio doors to the rear hallway and a gate which gives useful side access, via a pedestrian right of way, to the street.
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.
Services Mains electricity and drainage connected. Hot water by way of the solid-fuel fired Rayburn.
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