A deceptively spacious two bedroom end terraced house in a tucked away cul-de-sac location within walking distance of the town square.
From our offices in Southcombe Street head away from the square down Lower Street after 150 yards, there is a turning on the left into Bretteville Close, take this turning and number four will be found at the head of the cul-de-sac.
Situated in a tucked away location yet only five minutes walk from the town square 4 Bretteville Close represents a great opportunity to purchase a low maintenance spacious two double bedroom house with parking and garden. On entering the property there is a vestibule useful for storing shoes and coats, through a door is the recently refurbished kitchen which opens to the dining room. The kitchen itself has a number of under counter and wall units with an inset composite sink and drainer, a five burner gas hob with extractor fan over, integrated double oven. Above the sink there is a window looking towards the front aspect. The kitchen opens into the dining area which has a large window looking to the garden and also a sliding glazed door giving access to the garden. From here there is a door leading to the utility, which houses the central heating boiler and a worktop and plumbing for a washing machine, there is also an inset sink. Also downstairs is the living room a light and airy room with a double aspect, both windows looking into the rear garden, stairs leading to the first floor. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both of these have useful built in wardrobe storage, the bedroom to the rear is also double aspect like the living room below it giving a light and airy feel. From the landing there is a large bathroom with a sink set into a vanity unit, toilet, bidet, bath and separate shower cubical. Accessed from the landing is a separate toilet. Outside to the rear is the garden which runs behind and to the side of the property, mostly paved it is very low maintenance with a number of raised beds and areas for planting. There is an outside storage shed with power and light, this could easily be utilised as an outside utility or even outside office with some changes. To the front is a paved path and allocated parking space. Council Tax Band - C Utilities - Mains water, electric, telephone and broadband Drainage - Mains drainage Heating - Gas fired central heating Listed - No Tenure - Freehold Internet Speed - Max speed 67Mb (source Uswitch.com) Dimensions Kitchen - 3.95m x 2.72m (13' x 9') Dining Room - 3.47m x 3.24m (11'4" x 10'8") Living Room - 5.38m x 3.96m (17'4" x 13') Bedroom 1 - 3.95m x 3.61m (12'10" x 10'11") Bedroom 2 - 3.95m x 2.74m (13' x 9'1") Bathroom - 3.28m x 3.01 (10'8" x 9'11") Outside store - 3.80m x 2.02m (12'5" x 6'7") Chagford The picturesque old market town of Chagford lies deep in the Dartmoor National Park and is a superb location from which to access the open spaces of the high moor as well as the wooded, pastoral landscape of the nearby Teign Valley. With a thriving community, it has a comprehensive range of shops and other facilities including, inns, a primary school, medical, dental and veterinary facilities and churches. Despite the deeply rural atmosphere of the town, the A30 dual carriageway is only approximately 5 miles away for easy access to the motorway and rail networks as well as the cathedral city of Exeter where all major facilities can be found. There are good public transport links between Chagford and Exeter, Newton Abbot and Okehampton. Local sporting facilities include clubs for cricket, football, bowls, tennis and a seasonal open-air swimming pool as well as a golf course nearby at Bovey Castle.