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North Bovey Road, Moretonhampstead, Dartmoor.

North Bovey Road, Moretonhampstead, Dartmoor.
  • £675,000

Overview

Property ID: 247738
  • Detached Bungalow, Detached House
  • Property Type
  • 3
  • Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Bathrooms

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Description:

Description

Sold by James Taylor – The Agency UK Teignbridge… A beautifully presented & generously sized 3 bed bungalow in a large plot located in a popular Dartmoor town with a lovely garden plus rural & moorland views. Driveway parking, detached double garage.

Sold by James Taylor – The Agency UK Teignbridge… A beautifully presented & maintained generously sized 3 bedroom bungalow in a large plot located in a popular Dartmoor town with a lovely garden plus rural & moorland views. Driveway parking, detached double garage.

Situation

Moretonhampstead is a picturesque and popular town surrounded by spectacular countryside being set within Dartmoor National Park, but is only 15 miles from the county capital of Exeter. The small town has all the amenities you could need on a daily basis including Post Office, Doctors Surgery, chemist, shops, pubs, restaurants and tea shops, plus St. Andrew’s church, an open air swimming pool and even a motor museum, most within walking distance of the property.

The property is located on the edge of town on North Bovey Road, a quiet lane which leads from the town centre to the moorland village of North Bovey. Being located on the moor there is some excellent walking and other outdoor activities on your doorstep. The Wray Valley Trail provides a mostly off-road cycling and walking route all the way to Bovey Tracey through the idyllic village of Lustleigh.

There is a primary school in the town with a ‘Good’ OFSTED rating, The nearest secondary school is South Dartmoor College in Ashburton. Independent schools are available in Exeter, Teignmouth and Stover. Grammar schools can be found in Torquay.

Moretonhampstead is well located for commuting to Exeter approximately 15 miles away, from where you can access the rest of the country via the M5 motorway. The A30 to Cornwall is approx. 6 miles to the north of the town. There is a regular local bus service to Exeter where there is a railway station on the mainline to London Paddington, around 2.5 hours distant. Exeter also has an airport with flights to national and international destinations.

Description

Constructed in 1999 Meadowcroft is a generously proportioned and well maintained bungalow occupying a large plot extending to around 1/3rd of an acre. Located amongst other individual detached homes on the outskirts of town off a quiet lane, the property benefits from lovely far reaching views over the surrounding countryside and moorland.

Accommodation extends to 141sqm (excluding garage) and briefly comprises of entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room and boot room. There are three bedrooms (1 en suite) and family bathroom. Outside there is plenty of driveway parking space as well as a detached double garage. The large and beautifully maintained gardens face south and west so get plenty of sun throughout the day.

Accommodation

The accommodation is divided so that the reception rooms are to the front of the property with the bedrooms to the rear. The front door opens to the spacious and welcoming entrance hall off which is the dual aspect sitting room, a good size room with a feature stone chimney breast and fire place with wood-burning stove in-situ. There is plenty of light and far reaching views thanks to the large south facing window and the sliding patio doors that lead out to the garden. On the other side of the hall is the dining room, large enough to accommodate a generous family dining table, with a large window and rural views to the front.

A glazed door leads on to the kitchen which has a range of wall and floor units to three sides of the room with granite effect roll edge work surfaces. There is an inset stainless steel sink and drainer, inset gas hob with extractor over and an integrated eye level oven and grill, plus an integrated dishwasher and space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. To the rear of the kitchen is a breakfast bar. Windows look to the front and over the driveway. The utility room houses the boiler, has a stainless steel sink with drainer, further storage with space and provision for a washing machine, and leads on to a useful boot room with further storage, space for a tumble dryer and a door to the driveway.

The main bedroom is off the rear of the hall, is also of a good size with a built in wardrobe and en suite shower room. The window gives a lovely view over the garden and beyond. Bedroom two is at the other end of the hall with a built in wardrobe and window overlooking a courtyard. The third bedroom is currently in use as an study with built-in wardrobe and window to the rear.

Outside

The beautifully maintained gardens are a credit to the current owner. The entire plot measures approximately 1/3rd of an acre and is broadly level. The front elevation of the house faces south making the most of the sun, and the garden has southerly and westerly aspects. The access lane leads to a smart brick paved driveway providing plenty of parking. The detached double garage has twin doors and a side access door and window, with potential storage in the eaves.

A brick paved path extends from the drive to the front door and on to the side of the house and garden where it adjoins a paved terrace, also accessed from the sitting room. There is a lawn to the front with flower and shrub borders, and small trees. The main garden is to the side of the house and measures around 30.5m x 21.5m (100’ x 70’), has a high degree of privacy and some wonderful far reaching views of the surrounding countryside to the moor. The paved terrace off the sitting room is an ideal spot for garden furniture, alfresco dining, and enjoying the last rays of sun at the end of the day.

The garden is mainly laid to lawn interspersed with flowerbeds, shrubs and small trees, including a Monkey Puzzle tree planted by the current owners. Towards the end of the garden is a summer house and a greenhouse with an electricity supply, beyond which is a further area of ‘secret’ garden somewhat hidden from view.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: Council Tax band F – for the 01/04/2022 to 31/03/2023 financial year is approx. £3,130

Services: Mains water, gas, and electricity. Private drainage – Entec Treatment Plant. Gas central heating.

Local Authority: Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Rd, Newton Abbot TQ12 4XX, 01626 361101.

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the selling agent: James Taylor – The Agency UK Teignbridge.

Property Documents

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  • Address North Bovey Road, Moretonhampstead, Newton Abbot
  • City Newton Abbot
  • Zip/Postal Code TQ13 8PA

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