Old Exeter Street, Chudleigh
Bursting with character and charm is this attractive grade 2 period property dating from the 18th century with good size bedrooms, large loft room, dining area, courtyard plus large enclosed garden with shed/store. Benefiting from gas central heating (newly installed boiler) and beautiful sash windows retaining the traditional appearance. This property is only a short walk from town and is situated along one of the oldest streets in Chudleigh. The property still retains many traditional features including exposed stone walls, timber beams, wood burner with heavily carved surround and floorboards to name a few!
- Two/Three Bedroom Character Property With Generous Garden
- Characterful Ceiling Beams, Stone Walls & Attractive Fireplace With Modern Wood Burner
- One Double Bedroom, One Large Single Room Plus Double Bedroom Size Loft Room
- Short Walk To Town, The School And Local Amenities
- Cobbled Courtyard Plus Enclosed Lawn Garden With Established Shrubs And Trees
- Grade 2 Listed With Lots Of History!
- Upper Chain Complete
- Great Access To The A38 Serving Exeter & Plymouth
Chudleigh is a small town between Exeter and Newton Abbot, close to the edge of Dartmoor National Park and set in the popular Teign Valley. Dartmoor National Park is best known for it's striking granite tors, steep wooded river valleys and heather covered moorland. Offering a wide selection of recreational opportunities such as walking, cycling, riding and fishing on the River Dart. Many of the region's finest beaches are within easy driving distance. Haldon Forest is also on the door step, perfect for those who enjoy woodland walks and cycling. The well regarded Chudleigh Primary School is located in the town along with regular bus services to Newton Abbot and Exeter. For secondary schools you have the popular Teign School in Kingsteignton.
Chudleigh offers a wealth of local amenities including shops, a cricket field, a swimming pool, football pitches, allotments, parks, a doctors surgery, a dentist and a library. For larger shops there are supermarkets in Kingsteignton, Newton Abbot and Exeter. The market town of Newton Abbot has a mainline railway station with direct links to London Paddington/Waterloo, along with Exeter St Davids Station. There is also an international airport in Exeter. The A38 (Devon Expressway) which by-passes the town provides good access to Plymouth, Exeter and the M5 Motorway network. And the A380 connects Torbay.
Accommodation part 1
To the front of the house there are wrought iron railings and space for pot plants to greet visitors to the door, to the side of the property there is a characterful wrought iron gate leading to the property’s front door. You enter the property into a small entrance hall, to the left is the living room, which is of a generous size offering ample space for family seating plus additional furniture such as a dining table and chairs. There is an understair storage cupboard and a fireplace with wood burner and heavily carved timber mantle piece over creating an impressive focal point to the room. A sash window to the front of the house allows natural light to fill the room.
Accommodation part 2
The kitchen is a galley kitchen and has been fitted with a range of wall and base units with solid wooden work surfaces over incorporating a Butler sink and tiled splashbacks. There is a stable door to the rear courtyard and spotlights fitted to the ceiling. There is an integrated dishwasher and gas hob with oven below and an integrated fridge and separate freezer. From the kitchen a staircase leads to the first floor where you will find the dining area with space for a table and chairs with attractive timber floorboards underfoot. There is an inner landing which leads to bedrooms one and two, bedroom one being a double room and bedroom two a large single room. Off the landing there is a large cupboard housing the recently installed gas boiler and space and plumbing for a washing machine and the family bathroom.
Accommodation part 3
The family bathroom is a great size room with exposed floorboards and has been fitted with a four piece suite comprising a freestanding bath, separate shower cubicle with shower, wash basin and WC and space for a sideboard or drawers for further storage. From the dining area timber stairs lead to the loft room which currently is used as a home office and occasional bedroom with a window to the side aspect to one end and the occasional bedroom set up to the other with exposed ceiling beams, skimmed ceiling with lighting and lots of storage space within the eaves.
The kitchen stable door opens out directly onto the rear cobbled courtyard which is enclosed and sheltered, a lovely spot for breakfast or a coffee! (one neighbour has a right of access over the courtyard). The main garden is accessed via a private gated path with lights from the property’s rear courtyard. The delightful main garden is well-enclosed by high stone walls offering both privacy and character. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a large shed with power offering excellent external storage. There are many established shrubs and trees including a large apple tree. There is a patio area with pergola over creating a wonderful spot for a table and chairs for alfresco dining in the warmer months.
There is a mains gas supply to the property with gas fired central heating, along with a mains water supply, drainage and mains electricity.
From our office 31 Fore Street Chudleigh, continue along Fore Street to the town center passing the Spar on the right, continue for roughly 160ft then turn slightly left on Old Exeter Street at the war memorial. The property can be found on the right hand side after roughly 400ft.