Fore Street, Chudleigh
Situated in a tucked away location set back from Fore Street is this charming two double bedroom semi-detached character cottage with potential to create a third bedroom. It has a secluded garden with lovely rural views to Haytor and benefits from a parking space for one car. Early viewing highly recommended to appreciate all this delightful cottage has to offer the new buyer.
- Semi-Detached Cottage With Parking
- Two Double Bedrooms & Potential to Create a Third Bedroom
- Oak Kitchen With Quartz Work Tops & Conservatory
- Rare, Secluded Position Behind Fore Street
- Garden with Lovely Rural Views Of Haytor
- Workshop/Utility With Light & Power
- Fantastic Access To The A38, Serving Exeter, Plymouth & The M5
- To Arrange a Viewing Please Call 01626 897555
Location part 1
Chudleigh is a small town between Exeter and Newton Abbot, close to the edge of Dartmoor National Park and 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. The well-regarded Chudleigh Primary School is located in the town and 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, two doctors surgeries, a dentist and a library.
Location part 2
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, 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. The A380 connects Torbay. A regular bus service also connects Exeter and Newton Abbot.
Accommodation part 1
A part glazed uPVC front door leads into the entrance porch which offers perfect storage for coats and muddy boots. There is a window to the side and a timber door in to the living room. The living room features elegant arched alcoves with recessed shelving and cupboards below. The focal point of the room is the wood burning/multi fuel stove, set on a slate hearth. A large uPVC window with a deep sill floods the room with light. A square, timber archway opens in to the dining room which has plenty of space for a table and six chairs. There is a useful under stairs cupboard and an internal window which overlooks the conservatory. A half glazed timber door leads via three steps, down to the kitchen.
Accommodation part 2
The kitchen has a good range of light oak wall and base units with beautiful quartz work surfaces incorporating drainer grooves over the classic Belfast sink with mixer tap over. There are tiled splashbacks and an extractor canopy above the free-standing gas cooker. Two uPVC windows bathe the kitchen in natural light and the one above the sink has views across the garden to the countryside beyond. The kitchen floor is hard-wearing terracotta tiles. There are spaces for a tall fridge/freezer and a washing machine. A half glazed timber door opens into the integral conservatory/sun-room which houses the gas fired central heating boiler. It has uPVC windows and a part glazed uPVC door which welcomes you into the rear garden. Another door opens in to the downstairs shower room, complete with WC, wash basin and shower enclosure housing an electric shower. There is an obscure glazed uPVC window allowing natural light, recessed spotlights, an extractor fan and a ladder style towel radiator.
Accommodation part 3
From the dining room, stairs lead up to the first floor landing which has doors to the main bedroom, study and family bathroom. The main bedroom is to the front of the property. It is a good size double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and a uPVC window to the front elevation. The study has no external window so is suitable for storage or as an office, and for possible occasional use as an overflow bedroom. There would be a possibility of creating natural borrowed light via an internal window.
Accommodation part 4
The family bathroom is mainly tiled with pine cladding to the ceiling and panelled bath which has an electric shower over it. There is a close coupled WC and a wash basin set in a vanity unit with pine louvre doors. An obscure glazed uPVC window allows for plenty of natural light and ventilation as well as an extractor fan. From the landing a timber door opens to reveal stairs to the second floor loft room. This is a lovely room with exposed beams, eaves storage, a velux style window offering wonderful far-reaching rural views and a small double glazed window to the gable end. A bespoke radiator cover adds to the charm of the room.
The front of the property has a block paviour forecourt allowing off-road parking for one car. There is also side access to the rear garden and workshop via a timber gate. The rear garden is secluded and offers a tranquil place to retreat to. There is an area of gravel bordered by a flagstone patio, perfect for al-fresco dining, and a pathway leading down to the charming, concealed seating area enveloped by wisteria over a large pergola. There are mature hedges to the sides of the garden one of which hides the useful, part stone built, workshop/utility room which has power and light.
From our office 31 Fore Street, Chudleigh proceed west towards the Church, almost opposite there is a covered, shared drive on the right hand side with large black cast iron gates, proceed down here and the property can be easily found in front of you.
There is a mains gas supply to the property with gas fired central heating, along with a mains water supply, drainage and mains electricity.