Meadow Grange offers flexible, light-filled accommodation arranged over two floors. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming entrance hall with a part-glazed roof admitting a wealth of natural light. There is a spacious sitting room with wooden flooring, a contemporary inset woodburner and steps opening into a generous rear aspect living room with a vaulted ceiling, a stone fireplace with woodburning stove and patio doors to the gardens. A large dual aspect family room features patio doors to the rear gardens and there is also a well-proportioned study, which could be used as a fifth bedroom if required. The ground floor accommodation is completed by an extensive dual aspect kitchen/dining room with attractive stone flooring and under floor heating, and by a separate fitted utility room. The kitchen provides a range of bespoke handmade oak wall and floor units and a large central island with a breakfast bar, a range cooker and modern integrated appliances. The dining area offers space for a sizeable dining table, a stable door to the rear aspect and French doors to the rear gardens.
Stairs from the inner hallway lead to a first floor galleried landing giving access to a spacious dual aspect master bedroom with extensive bespoke built-in storage and a contemporary en suite shower room. The master bedroom was actually two bedrooms before the current owners lived at the property and this could easily be reinstated with a stud wall. There is an additional bedroom with feature bay window and an en suite shower room, two further well proportioned bedrooms and two stylish family bathrooms.
Kenn is a sought-after village set in the Kenn valley and together with the neighbouring village of Kennford offers a good range of day-to-day amenities including a local store, Post Office, church, two public houses, café and popular primary school. A Sainsbury’s Superstore is located on Alphington Road, approximately 4 miles north of the property.
As the regional capital of the South West, historic Exeter (approximately 6 miles away) boasts great business facilities together with open air markets, restaurants, cafés and wine bars. The city is well served with a good range of leisure and cultural amenities, including theatres, museums, galleries, cinemas and substantial shopping facilities: The High Street and Princesshay retail area are mainly devoted to branches of national chains, though smaller streets off the High Street offer a range of independent shopping. In addition, there is a Waitrose and John Lewis store.
Communication links are excellent: The nearby A38 provides good access to Plymouth and to major traffic routes including the A30 to Cornwall and the M5 and the national motorway network. Exeter has two mainline stations providing services to central London, and Exeter International Airport provides an ever-increasing number of domestic and international flights including daily flights to London City.
The area offers access to a good selection of state schools, including Kenn C of E Primary School in the village, West Exe School and Exeter College. There is also a number of renowned independent schools, including Exeter Cathedral School, The Maynard and Exeter School.
Meadow Grange occupies a large plot measuring approximately 1.82 acres. The property is approached through double gates over a block-paved drive providing private parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the integral garage. There is a large second garage for one/two cars and additional storage room at the rear.
Meadow Grange’s extensive well-maintained gardens surround the property and feature expanses of lawn bordered by well-stocked flowerbeds and mature shrubs and trees. A block-paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, is the perfect spot from which to admire the landscaped gardens and views over the rolling neighbouring countryside.
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