Brand New Kitchen and Newly Decorated!
Glorious Grade II listed Georgian town house enjoying a village setting just off the square in the conservation area at the heart of this popular Culm Valley village. This well proportioned family home offers spacious and characterful accommodation that has recently undergone a programme of improvement. Presently arranged as three reception rooms the dining room and study were originally an elegant drawing room and removal of the lightweight dividing wall would return it to its original rather grand proportions. Unusually for a village home in this location there is also a single garage. An early inspection is recommended to those seeking a period village home close to the highly regarded Uffculme Secondary School.
Located a short way down the High Street just off The Square, number 5 nestles in this conservation area within about a third of a mile of Uffculme School. The village also provides a Post Offices stores, Co-Op, primary school and frequent bus services to Tiverton and Exeter. A more extensive range of shopping facilities is to be found in the nearby country town of Cullompton whilst the nearby M5 facilitates rapid commuting south to the cathedral City of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton. The surrounding countryside offers a wide variety of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The spectacular National Trust country estates at Killerton and Knightshayes with their glorious gardens and country walks are to be found close at hand. The picturesque National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with north and south Devon coastlines are all within a modest car journey.
On the Ground Floor
Grade II listed Georgian town house
Elegant and characterful period accommodation
Newly refurbished throughout
Brand New Kitchen/breakfast room
2 Double bedrooms, 1 single
Family bathroom with shower
Remarkably private enclosed rear garden
21 miles Exeter, 20 miles Taunton
Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 4 miles
Exeter International Airport 19 miles
Mains electricity, water and private drainage
Traditional Georgian portico with canopy to part glazed front door.
Impressive central through hall
having hardwood strip floor, two arches and widening into staircase hall with night storage heater, telephone point, elegant stairs to first floor, glazed back door to rear garden.Cloakroom
white W.C. And pedestal basin.Sitting Room
sash window with shutters, impressive traditional mahogany fire surround with open grate and tiled hearth, night storage heater.Dining Room
traditional painted timber fire surround with tiled hearth and open grate, sash window with shutters, ceiling beam, night storage heater, deep understairs cupboard, door toPlayroom/Study
sash window with shutters, ceiling beam, N.B. The dining room and study have been created by the sub division of the original drawing room and by removal of the lightweight partition the original drawing room could be reinstated.Kitchen/Breakfast Room
brand new shaker style kitchen comprising a generous array of both wall and base mounted cupboards, timber effect laminate worktop with inset four ring hob and oven beneath, inset stainless steel sink, window with outlook over rear garden, timber effect laminate flooring.On the First Floor
Elegant turning stairs to large landing
, access to loft.Bedroom 1
pleasant outlook towards parish church and Blackdown hills, night storage heater.Bedroom 2
electric panel radiator, pedestal basin with light/shaver fitment over, outlook over rear garden.Bedroom 3
electric panel radiator, shelved recess, window seat, outlook to Gaddon Down and Blackdowns.Bathroom
with modern suite in white comprising panelled bath with Mira Sport electric shower over, shower screen, W.C., pedestal basin, outlook over rear garden, airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater, slatted shelving, Dimplex wall mounted fan heater.Outside
Fully enclosed rear garden with stone steps leading to lawn and storage area, part open fronted shed recessed into stone wall having exposed natural stone walls and unusual brick domed roof, traditional cobbled path. Single Garage
a few meters from the front door. The whole garden has been left as a blank canvas for a new owner.N.B
Under the 1979 Estate Agents Act we are obliged to disclose that someone has committed suicide in this property.