A beautiful semi-detached home close to the Grand Western Canal and the historical Canonsleigh Abbey that incorporates 3/4 generously sized bedrooms and a stunning enclosed south facing garden.
A beautiful semi-detached family home close to the Grand Western Canal that offers 3 generously sized bedrooms.
From the large driveway accommodating for multiple cars, the front door takes you into the large L-shaped entrance hall. From the hallway, the large guest bedroom fit with a private shower cubicle can be found, as well as a close coupled WC, hand basin set in granite surround and electric heated towel rail, found through a door to the side of the front entrance.
From the hallway the open arch leads you into the gorgeous kitchen diner with an impressive vaulted ceiling and numerous exposed beams and trusses. With a log burner set at the end of the open plan room and the kitchen at the other, it leaves ample space for a large family dining table. Two deep silled windows overlook the stunning south facing garden, whilst the wooden stable door allows you access to the patio and into the garden. The kitchen offers a range of stylish mounted base, drawer and wall units, single bowl sink, gas hob and integrated fridge/freezer.
The living room is accessed from the dining hall which offers a Woodwarm wood burning stove sat on a stone hearth with a full exposed stone wall surround. Another large deep silled window allows ample light into the room, as well as offering extra sitting space. This is certainly one of the feature rooms of the property.
From the top of the stairs accessed from the dining hall, you find the gallery/study area with character angled ceiling trusses. Further from the landing, bedroom 2 and 3 can be found with rear aspect as well as the large family bathroom, fit with three piece suite and shower over bath.
An oak staircase climbs to the 2nd floor which takes you to two attic rooms which possesses far reaching triple aspect views through velux windows. The attic rooms have been converted into full living accommodation. In keeping with downstairs the roof trusses are again exposed throughout it c.36' length. To one end of the master bedroom is the WC, shower and hand basin.
Outside, at the gable end of the building you find the parking area alongside the annexe and large garage with both an electric roller door and separate personal door. The series of rooms found in the annexe could easily be made into lovely separate living accommodation. At the back of the annexe you will also find a small enclosed courtyard and the potential for a vegetable patch. The front garden, accessible by double 5 bar gates set between two stone built pillars, is predominantly laid to lawn with a section of patio and decking close to the house. This expansive garden is enclosed on all sides by a combination of wood panelled fencing, hedging and a multitude of blossoming trees, it has been designed perfectly for evening entertainment and family BBQ's.
Burlescombe is a small village and civil parish in Mid Devon within the catchment area for Uffculme School, rated with an 'oustanding' OFSTED report. The parish is surrounded, clockwise from the north, by the parishes of Holcombe Rogus, Culmstock, Uffculme, Halberton and Sampford Peverell. Junction 27 on the M5 and Tiverton Parkway railway station are under 5 miles away.
Mains water and drainage. Oil central heating. For the kitchen gas hob, gas bottles are required. Council tax band E.
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53 Bampton Street Tiverton Devon EX16 6AL
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