Property details for 2, Kersleigh Court, Meldon, Okehampton EX20 4LU
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Repayment mortgage of £100,500 with 240 monthly repayments. At end of initial period mortgage reverts to Standard Variable Rate (currently 3.74%, costing £562.28 p/m) for 120 months. Total amount payable 132,311: Interest (£30,236); Application fee (£999); Valuation fee (£335); Legal fee (£126); Funds transfer fee (£35); Mortgage discharge fee (£80); Fees are assumed to be paid up front and not included in the amount borrowed. Costs based on assumed completion date of 31/10/2017.
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Home InsuranceRebuild value up to £1,000,000 Contents value up to £80,000 Average insurance cost £16/mo (£193/yr)
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Source: Autonet Insurance Ltd
EnergyGas £60 Electricity £76 Estimated energy cost £136/mo (£1,630/yr)
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The estimated energy cost for this property has been calculated using actual energy usage data for a property of this type, number of bedrooms and region.Estimated consumption
Gas: 16100 kWh/year
Electricity: 4600 kWh/year
Source: National Energy Efficiency Data Framework
Local authorityEstimated tax band E Council tax cost £221 /mo
when paid over 10 months
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WaterSupply £31 Sewerage £49 Estimated water cost £80 /mo
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Property type: Semi-detached house | Tenure: Freehold | Last sale: £195,000 | Sale date: 18th Jul 2002 - Previous salesThis 4 bed freehold semi-detached house is located at Kersleigh Court, Meldon, Okehampton EX20 4LU and has an estimated current value of £402,000. Meldon has 17 properties on it with a average current value of £542,106, compared to an average property value of £282,219 for EX20. There have been 3 property sales on Meldon, EX20 over the last 5 years with an average house price paid of £413,333 and this semi-detached house was last sold on 18th Jul 2002 for £195,000. There are currently 128 houses and flats for sale in EX20 with an average asking price of £400,167 and 21 homes to rent in EX20 with an average asking rent of £152 pw.
4 bed barn conversion
An attractive attached barn conversion nestled on the edge of Dartmoor and the spectacular Meldon reservoir making this a delightful home for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits across some of the countries most spectacular scenery (see photos), so grab ...
See details for 2, Kersleigh Court, Meldon, Okehampton EX20 4LU when it was last marketed:
- Property type: Semi-detached house
- Property style: Period
- Tenure: Freehold
- Floors: 2
- Listed status: None
- Year built Under 25 yrs ago
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Receptions: 1
- Decorative condition: Excellent
- Central heating: Throughout
- Internal area: 1400 sq ft
- Parking: Off street
- Outside space: Private garden
- Outside area: 0.25 acres
- Heating type: Radiators
- Heating fuel: Oil
- Water: Mains (metered)
- Drainage: Septic tank
Additional features: Attractive views,Double glazing,Ensuite bathroom,Loft/attic,Rural/secluded
Other features: 18th Century Barn Conversion, 2 wet rooms, 1 Ensuite, Pond and 18th C Mini Orchard
Local transport/amenities: The property is extremely accessible being only 0.5 miles away from the A30, which connects directly to the M5 motorway at Exeter. The former market town of Okehampton is 3 miles way providing a wide range of local facilities including three supermarkets, leisure facilities and both primary and secondary schooling. The many nearby villages with their local pubs and restaurants provide good Devon cuisine, with Cornwall in easy reach by the A30, there is plenty to explore for day trips to the coast and other attractions. The house with its close proximity to both moorland and road connections make this property ideal for anyone who enjoys walking, cycling and exploring Dartmoor and its geology and is also a prime location for people who require easy access for travelling, to Exeter, Cornwall and Plymouth.
Description of home: A three bed roomed modernised 18th Century Dartmoor barn comprising of hall, L-shaped sitting room with dining area, fitted kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, study/forth bedroom, bathroom and en-suite shower room for master bedroom. With oil-fired central heating, double-glazing and halogen down lighters throughout. There is access to a communal courtyard and the house has a private landscaped garden, enclosed by a stone wall and hedgerow on one side with a small orchard, pond and lawn area. There is parking for several cars and the house is reached through a track and gravel drive with nearby road access via the A30.
Best things about home: The barn is one of four converted barns in an enclosed courtyard; the house is in Meldon, a small hamlet of houses, which is located on the north-west corner of the Dartmoor granite massif. This area is famous for its unique geological features, such as the well-known 'Meldon Anticline', only ten minutes walk away; this is part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is a locally known beauty spot next to the West Okement River, which is ideal for picnics and picturesque walks. The Meldon Reservoir and Dam are nearby with access via a small lane with stunning views of Yes Tor. The house is only 6km from Yes Tor, the highest point in England south of Yorkshire, and the house has access to open-moor land and many footpaths, bridleways and cycle tracks. It is possible to walk to Yes Tor and back directly from the house in about 3-4 hours. National Cycle Route 27 that runs from Ilfracombe, Barnstable, Bideford to Plymouth passes the barn and is easily accessed with the route running over the Meldon viaduct into Okehampton via bluebell woods and alongside Okehampton Golf Course.
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