Hazel Crest, Hennock, Bovey Tracey
Hazel Crest, Hennock, Bovey Tracey
Offering a highly impressive 180 DEGREE VIEW of far-reaching UNSPOILT COUNTRYSIDE is this delightful end of terrace house. With gardens to the front, side and rear, internally the property comprises a large living room, kitchen/breakfast room, outhouse, two double bedrooms, a WC and shower room, this property has a lot to offer. Sold with no onward chain. There is scope to improve the property further incorporating the outhouse into the kitchen creating a large kitchen/diner or side extension (subject to any necessary consents) 3 year Devon rule applies - see agents notes
- End of terrace house with AMAZING VIEWS
- Sought after small village location, rural yet highly accessible
- No onward chain
- Double glazed with modern electric heating
- Two good size double bedrooms
- Upstairs shower room
- Front and rear gardens
- Potential to extend subject to planning
Set in a peaceful elevated location, Hazel Crest benefits from extensive countryside views. Set in the highly sought-after village of Hennock on the edge of the Teign Valley in the beautiful Dartmoor National Park. There are lots of lovely walks, Hennock Primary School, play park, village hall, The Park Arms (a 16th Century Free House) and allotments that can be acquired a short distance away (subject to availability). The popular moorland town of Bovey Tracey is a short drive away and offers a more comprehensive range of facilities as does the town of Chudleigh. The Devon Expressway linking the cities of Exeter and Plymouth is approximately two miles away making the property ideal for commuters.
Accommodation part 1
You approach the property via a pedestrian pathway which leads to the property’s front garden, and you are welcomed into a useful porch area, ideal for storing logs or removing boots before entering through the front door. The inner hallway provides access via a door to the right into the living room. The living room is a wonderful size and enjoys a large window to the front aspect framing the spectacular far-reaching rural views, this rooms benefits from a dual aspect with another window overlooking the rear garden, where woodland extends behind the property boundary. There is a fireplace with open fire and room for a dining table as well as living room furniture.
Accommodation part 2
The inner hallway also leads through to the kitchen which is fitted with wall and base units with work surface over incorporating a stainless-steel sink with drainer. There is a large pantry cupboard, a freestanding cooker, and an old feature Rayburn (not been used for sometime). A back door provides rear access to the garden and also to the block-built utility/store attached to the rear of the property. There is potential to extend the kitchen to incorporate the two spaces to create a fabulous large kitchen/diner (subject to the appropriate planning permission). From the hallway, stairs rise to the first floor, the landing has a window and a loft hatch giving access to a well-insulated attic space.
Accommodation part 3
Bedroom one is positioned to the front of the property to make the most of the glorious valley views from the two windows. There is also a storage cupboard. Bedroom two also enjoys a nice outlook onto the rear garden and woodland beyond and has a useful airing cupboard with slatted shelving and a hot water tank. The shower room is fitted with a wash basin, window, and large corner shower enclosure with electric shower. The toilet is separate, providing potential to knock through and have a family bathroom if preferred.
There are lovely gardens to the front, side and rear of the property. A side gate and concrete path leads round to the rear of the property. There is an area of lawn with established shrubs and bushes and a garden shed in situ. From the side of the house the delightful views are present, and this would make a superb spot for outdoor seating. At the top of the garden are a couple of huge stone boulders which have the potential to be adapted into seating or garden feature! From the road a shared pedestrian pathway leads to the row of houses. There is parking available unrestricted on road to the front and there is also a Parish car park too.
Best route - From Chudleigh, proceed out of Chudleigh on the B3344 towards Chudleigh Knighton, proceed over the dual carriageway and turn right signposted Chudleigh Knighton. Continue on this road, where the road forks, (still B3344) turn right at Claycutters Arms, road named The Chapelry and continue straight past the play park on the right-hand side shortly after this turn right signposted Hennock. Keep on this road, where signposted at the top of the hill, keep right to continue into Hennock village. The property can be found near the centre of the village on the left-hand side before the primary school.
This property is subject to the 3-year Devon rule, the buyer must have lived or worked in Devon for at least the last 3 years consecutively.