New Exeter Street, Chudleigh

New Exeter Street, Chudleigh

Ref. 002085

A beautiful character cottage which provides spacious accommodation throughout comprising living room, kitchen/dining room, TWO-THREE DOUBLE bedrooms and a family bathroom arranged over three floors. The property still retains many traditional features such as an exposed stone chimney breast housing a wood burning stove and wooden beams to name a few! Access over rear courtyard to a storage outbuilding with mezzanine. This cottage really needs to be viewed internally to appreciate all that's on offer.

  • Two - three double bedrooms
  • Exposed stone chimney breast housing a wood burner
  • Generous outbuilding with mezzanine
  • No onward chain
  • Modern bathroom
  • Gas central heating and double glazed windows
  • Short walk to the town centre
  • Great access to the A38, serving both Plymouth and Exeter

Location part 1

Chudleigh is a small country town between Exeter and Newton Abbot. On the doorstep is the beautiful Haldon Forest, whether you want a quiet gentle stroll or an exhilarating mountain biking experience, there’s something for you at Haldon Forest Park. With a great range of walking and cycling trails to suit all ages and abilities. Dartmoor National Park is close by, best known for its 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 in the town along with regular bus services to secondary schools such as the popular Teign School in Kingsteignton and the Torquay Boys and Girls Grammar Schools.

Location part 2

Chudleigh offers a wealth of local amenities including shops, a cricket field, a swimming pool, football pitches, allotments, parks, two doctor’s surgeries, 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, along with Exeter St David’s 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.

Accommodation part 1

A uPVC door opens into the entrance porch which offers space for hanging coats. The living room features an impressive large stone fireplace with wood burner nestled in, a lovely focal point to the room. There is a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect overlooking New Exeter Street. A door opens into the kitchen/diner which has a good range of wall and base units with rolled edge work surfaces. Single drainer sink unit with large window overlooking the rear aspect with a characterful stone wall and rockery. A cooker is built in beneath a former fireplace with gas hob over. This is a sociable room with space for a family size dining table. External door to the shared walkway leading to the outbuilding.

Accommodation part 2

From the kitchen/diner stairs rise to the first floor landing, there are doors to the bathroom and bedroom one and two. Bedroom one is to the front of the house and has a uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and a large built-in wardrobe providing plentiful storage. There is a decorative fireplace, another characterful feature. The modern bathroom has a panel bath with shower attachment over, a pedestal wash basin and a close coupled WC. Bedroom two is to the rear of the property with a pleasant outlook. From the first floor landing a staircase rises to the loft room/bedroom three with a skylight window to the rear aspect.


To the rear of the property, a shared cobbled service path runs at the back of the terrace of cottages and leads to the private outbuilding. This pathway also provides side access out onto the road. The outbuilding enjoys two floors and offers excellent storage. The shared pathway is unregistered land and the current and previous vendors have used an area of the path as adopted garden for many years.


The property is connected to mains electricity, mains gas, mains water and drainage.