£375,000 | 3 Bedrooms
A well proportioned, well positioned, detached 3 bedroom dormer bungalow in a lovely, level, mature, modest, well stocked garden close to the centre of this highly favoured Exe valley village of Silverton. Nicely presented but still with scope to enhance if required. The flexible accommodation has two bedrooms downstairs and the master with bathroom upstairs. Also includes an integral garage and driveway parking too. This is a rare gem!
From Exeter take the A377 to Cowley Bridge then join the A396 towards Tiverton. Continue on this road for about six miles through the villages of Stoke Canon and Rewe. On leaving Rewe continue past the Speedway petrol station and Ruffwell Inn before taking the next turning right signed for Silverton. Follow this road for just over half a mile into the village centre and turn right at the mini roundabout. Continue past the Spar shop on the right and on beyond the red brick cottages and the property to be sold will be found further along this road on the right.
This is a superbly located detached village property occupying a great virtually level position very close and within a short walk of the village centre. Silverton is an extremely popular village being one of the most favoured villages in the Exe valley and Exeter area. It is very well located lying midway between Exeter and Tiverton, both about 8 miles and is within striking distance of the motorway and rail links to London Paddington and Waterloo also from Exeter. Exeter's International Airport is about 5 miles to the east of the city. Silverton has a thriving community with excellent amenities including a superb general store with adjoining butchers shop and delicatessen, post office, 2 pubs, pre-school and primary school which has a superb reputation, there is a very good community hall, churches, splendid health centre, recreation ground together with children's play areas, tennis courts and football pitch. There are regular bus services into both Exeter and Tiverton and the area surrounding is renowned for its wonderful country walks. The National Trust house at Killerton with its acres of gardens, grounds and farmland surrounding is only about 2 miles away.
This property provides very generously proportioned and incredibly flexible oil centrally heated accommodation with scope to expand, alter and improve and is well positioned on a slightly elevated plot with gardens to the front and rear. Inside, there is good sized hallway and arch to an inner hall. There is a spacious living room with dual aspect windows providing superb south-westerly aspects over the rear garden and double doors out thereto. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with ample wood fronted units and work surfacing with appliance spaces together with a well positioned dining area. There are doors from here leading out to the rear garden,the sitting room and also the central internal hallway. There are two generous bedrooms on the ground floor, a good sized dining room and a ground floor shower room with WC. From the central internal hallway a staircase leads to the first floor where there is a landing with store cupboard and from here doors to a very large master bedroom plus a generous bathroom with three piece suite. Externally the property is approached via a sloping driveway and double gates leading to a parking area and a generous integral garage. Also at the front, setting the property back from the lane there is a lovely, level mainly lawned garden with attractive mature shrub and rose borders. At the side a pathway leads to the rear garden, the oil storage tank is located here. The rear garden is a delight. Adjoining the property there is an extensive pergola covered patio and adjoining this a lovely level lawned garden together with beautifully stocked shrub borders to the boundary fencing and hedges. Overall a lovely property with great scope.
With obscure glazed door to:
With radiator. Picture rail. Archway through to:
Central Hallway 11' 4'' x 11' 2'' (3.45m x 3.40m)
With stairs to First Floor and useful cupboard below. Door to integral Single Garage. Door to:
Dining Room 13' 8'' into bay x 11' 6'' (4.16m x 3.50m)
With radiator. Picture rail.
With a grey coloured suite including pedestal wash basin, low level WC. Shower cubicle with electric fitment and radiator.
Kitchen Breakfast Room 16' 3'' x 10' 7'' (irregularly shaped) (4.95m x 3.22m)
There is a half glazed door to the outside and window to the side with a lovely outlook over the rear garden. Granite effect work surfacing with extensive wood fronted base units below, including one and a half bowl composite sink unit, an inset ceramic hob with extractor hob over, built-in double oven. Extensive shelved wall cupboards, a pull-out storage unit. Space for tall fridge freezer. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Additional space for under work surface fridge. Radiator. Door to:
Sitting Room 20' 0'' x 10' 7'' (6.09m x 3.22m)
With twinned double glazed doors to extensive paved patio with coloured pergolo leading directly out to the garden. The sitting room has a lovely outlook over the rear garden and includes a window to the side. There are two radiators. Picture rail. From the sitting room there is a return doorway to the Entrance Hall providing access to:
Bedroom 2 13' 6'' into bay x 11' 6'' (4.11m x 3.50m)
With pleasant open outlook towards the village church and with window to side.
Bedroom 3 11' 7'' x 11' 3'' (3.53m x 3.43m)
With window to side. Radiator. Triple wardrobe cupboards and picture rail.
With useful part shelved storage cupboard and further access to eaves storage.
Master Bedroom (L'shaped) 18' 9'' x 12' 3'' overall (5.71m x 3.73m)
With two velux windows and dormer window with pleasant outlook over the rear garden. Radiator. Twin linked double wardrobes with storage and hanging space and shelves.
With panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, radiator. Velux roof light. Airing cupboard with factory lagged Vortex style tank with hot water provided by the oil fired boiler system.
Outside 18' 6'' x 10' 2'' (5.63m x 3.10m)
The property is approached over a short sloping driveway via wrought iron gates leading to a parking area flanked on one side by a mature front garden with level lawns, shrubs and rose borders. The driveway leads to an integral larger than average Garage: 18' 6'' x 10' 2'' (5.63m x 3.10m) With cupboard housing the oil fired floor mounted Trianco boiler (regularly serviced). Also from the integral garage there is a door leading to the central hallway of the bungalow. A pathway at the side of the property provides access to the rear garden, the oil storage tank is located in this side space. The rear garden is a delight having been beautifully looked after and maintained, it is level, mainly laid to lawn but with extremely well stocked flower and shrub borders, together with an extensive paved pergola covered patio directly adjoining the bungalow. The boundaries are well fenced and hedged.