Rock Road, Chudleigh, TQ13

Rock Road, Chudleigh, TQ13
  • £600,000
  • Address Rock Road, Chudleigh, Newton Abbot
  • City Newton Abbot
  • Zip/Postal Code TQ13 0JJ
  • Area Chudleigh


  • Cottage, Detached House
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Bathrooms
  • 151763
  • Property ID

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SOLD Rock Road, Chudleigh, Devon - Full Video Tour

A video property tour of Edenderry Cottage, Rock Road, Chudleigh, Devon. A well-presented and spacious family home in a popular Devon town conveniently situated for the coast & moors. 4 Bedrooms (2 en suite) bathroom, 3 reception rooms, conservatory, kitchen, utility room/store. Generous garden, gated driveway parking & garage.


SOLD stc by JAMES TAYLOR – The Agency UK Teignbridge… A well-presented and spacious family home in a popular Devon town conveniently situated for the coast & moors. 4 Bedrooms (2 en suite) bathroom & 3 reception rooms. Large Garden.

SOLD stc by JAMES TAYLOR – The Agency UK Teignbridge… WALK THROUGH VIDEO TOUR… A well-presented and spacious family home in a popular Devon town conveniently situated for the coast & moors. 4 Bedrooms (2 en suite) bathroom, 3 reception rooms, conservatory, kitchen, utility room/store. Generous garden, gated driveway parking & garage.


Rock Road is situated at the southern end of Chudleigh, and is a pleasant stroll from the town centre. Chudleigh is a popular Devon town for good reason, with a vibrant and active community there is always something going on, and the town is ideally situated between the South Devon coast and the rugged hills of Dartmoor. Chudleigh benefits from a good range of independent shops plus two convenience stores, cafes, pubs, fish & chip shop, a restaurant, as well as a weekly market selling local produce. Several quality takeaway food vans also visit on a regular basis. St Martin & St Mary Church is well supported and holds regular services.

There are opportunities for all types of water sports at nearby Teignmouth or Torbay, where there is also a deep water marina. The walks, pubs and Tors of Dartmoor are only a short drive away. There are several golf clubs in the area, Teign Valley, Dainton, and Teignmouth.
The local primary school is well supported and has a good Ofsted rating. Secondary schools are located in Kingsteignton and independent schools in Teignmouth and Stover, Newton Abbot.

Chudleigh is conveniently located for commuting to Torbay, Exeter or Plymouth with easy access to the A38 and A380, dual carriageways, and also for access to the rest of the country via the M5 motorway at Exeter. There are regular local bus services and mainline rail station in Newton Abbot and Teignmouth linking to London Paddington in around 3 hours. Exeter has an airport flying to national and international destinations.


Edenderry Cottage is believed to have been constructed in the 1930’s and has been in the same ownership for some 40 years. During that time the current owners have constantly improved and updated the property, as well as significantly extending the house in the 1990’s. Today the property is very well presented throughout and forms a spacious and comfortable family home, surrounded on three sides by generous gardens. Accommodation briefly comprises of 4 bedrooms (2 en suite), bathroom, 3 receptions rooms, conservatory, kitchen, cloakroom/WC and large utility/store room. There is parking on the gated driveway plus a detached single garage. The property has a lovely outlook towards the remains of The Bishops Palace which is a scheduled monument, and therefore will not change. It is worth noting that the property is very energy efficient and has achieved an EPC rating of B thanks to the Solar PV installation and high insulation levels.


With plenty of space throughout the accommodation extends to around 2,100 square feet. The house is entered via a porch into the hallway. A pair of glazed doors open to the dining room with parquet flooring which can accommodate a large family dining table. A couple of steps lead down to the sitting room is partially open to the dining room creating an lovely open feeling of space, and plenty of windows to all walls flood the room with natural light. There is a gas stove to one wall and parquet flooring. Patio doors lead into the conservatory which has a great view over the majority of the garden. To the left of the hallway is a further reception room that has been used as an office in the past but now forms a snug complete with wood burning stove. The modern kitchen has a range of cream gloss storage units with solid wood varnished work tops with inset stainless sink and drainer. There is an inset five ring gas hob with extractor over and integrated eye level double oven and grill. Space is provided for an undercounter dishwasher and a fridge, the window overlooks the rear garden. Beyond the kitchen is the inner hall where a turned staircase rises to the first floor, two Velux windows over the galleried landing flood the area with light. Here you will also find the cloakroom/WC and a door leading to the utility room/store where there is space for laundry appliances below a work surface with inset sink, and space for additional fridge and freezer. There is access from here to the front and rear of the property.

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms off the landing, three doubles and one generous single. At the far end is the main bedroom which has built in wardrobes plus a dressing area, the window has a lovely outlook over the surrounding countryside towards the remains of The Bishops Palace, and has an en suite shower room. Bedroom two also benefits from an en suite shower room, and bedrooms three and four share the family bathroom which has a shower over the bath. Opposite this is a separate toilet giving maximum flexibility.


The house sits in a generous plot surrounded on three sides by mature gardens bordered by stone walling and wooden fencing giving a good degree of privacy. A pair of wooden gates give access to the gravelled driveway parking area, with another gate providing pedestrian access. There is a detached single garage at the bottom of the garden, with space to park a car on the road in front. Two side of the garden a laid to lawn with areas set aside for wild flower growth during the season. To the rear of the house the garden is largely left to it’s own devices to encourage and support the local wildlife. There is a useful shed/workshop in this area and a log store. A path leads to the back door. Off the conservatory is a paved terrace providing space for alfresco dining, shelter is provided by trellising and a mature Wisteria trained over a pergola. Adjacent to the terrace is a pond supporting with a variety of plants and fish. To the edges of the garden are shrub and flower boarders. This garden really comes into it’s own during spring and summer and is a haven for wildlife. The main garden and terrace is oriented to take in the sun for much of day.

Agents Note

The current owners bought and had the 3kW solar PV system installed in 2012 and are on the generous 25 year feed in tariff that was available at the time. Along with high levels of insulation throughout contributes to a ‘B’ rating on the EPC.



Council Tax

Council Tax band E – £2576.36 for the 01/04/2021 to 31/03/2022 financial year.


Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity, gas central heating. Fully owned 3kW Solar PV system with 13 years left on the feed in tariff.

Local Authority

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


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

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