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Guide Price £350,000

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Accommodation Summary

Attractive stone build
Rural outlook
Very close to amenities
Popular location
Potential to improve
No onward chain
Council Tax – D, Teignbridge
EPC - G

Directions

From Chudleigh town centre, take the B3344 towards Newton Abbot. Just after you drive over the A38 bridge, take the right hand turn onto the B3193. After approximately half a mile, the property will be found on the left hand side.

Situation

The Teign Valley is a highly sought after area due to its attractive, rural feel, yet offers easy access to the small, bustling town of Chudleigh, Dartmoor National Park and approximately 10 minutes to the coast. Neighbouring the A38, there is excellent access to Plymouth and M5 motorway to Exeter and beyond. Mainline rail links to London Paddington are also approximately a 10 minute drive away. Amenities are plentiful from pubs, restaurants, cafés and delicatessens to health centres, various sports facilities, post office and library. The traditional town centre hosts a very popular Thursday and Saturday market too. Schools include a primary within the town and numerous, highly regarded secondary and private schools in the surrounding area. For keen golfers, there are three golf courses to choose from that are within approximately a 15 minute drive.

Description

The Granary is an attractive stone built barn conversion which is believed to have been built several hundred years ago with the conversion into a residential property carried out between 1970 and 1990. The property does require updating throughout and would be a great little project for someone who wants to put their own stamp on their next home.
The property is located towards the south end of the Teign Valley and only a mile or so away from the town of Chudleigh with its large amount of amenities and bustling atmosphere. The outlook from the front of the property is a rural one overlooking farmland. Once you step inside, you will be greeted by a sizeable entrance hall and doors leading to two bedrooms (the larger bedroom having an en suite bathroom), a cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin and a separate utility room with sink, storage units, space and plumbing for washing machine and further white goods. A staircase leads you up to the welcoming first floor where you will find another double bedroom with an en suite shower room. The kitchen and dining area is open plan with large glazed doors leading into the sitting room. This space is very large and has a lovely traditional eye catching stone fireplace with log burner. The sitting room has the outlook over the front and fields opposite and patio doors out into the garden at the rear.
The Granary does have a lovely private patio area with a mature raised pond, edged with attractive stone walling. There is also an area of land beyond the patio that is sloping in nature. Currently overgrown but could be cleared to become a great addition to the garden. A pedestrian access leads down the side of the property to the front. The garage is classed as a single but does widen as it goes back and has power, lighting and houses the boiler. There is parking for approximately 3 vehicles and plenty more parking in a lay-by next door.

AGENTS NOTE: Mains water, mains electric and LPG gas for central heating. Shared private drainage. Septic tank is shared and sited in field opposite. Maintenance costs to be confirmed.

SUMMARY

An ATTRACTIVE stone BARN CONVERSION in the desirable TEIGN VALLEY, close to town amenities. Far reaching COUNTRYSIDE views, POTENTIAL to improve, plenty of PARKING and GARAGE. NO ONWARD CHAIN.... Read more

Accommodation Summary

Attractive stone build
Rural outlook
Very close to amenities
Popular location
Potential to improve
No onward chain
Council Tax – D, Teignbridge
EPC - G

Directions

From Chudleigh town centre, take the B3344 towards Newton Abbot. Just after you drive over the A38 bridge, take the right hand turn onto the B3193. After approximately half a mile, the property will be found on the left hand side.

Situation

The Teign Valley is a highly sought after area due to its attractive, rural feel, yet offers easy access to the small, bustling town of Chudleigh, Dartmoor National Park and approximately 10 minutes to the coast. Neighbouring the A38, there is excellent access to Plymouth and M5 motorway to Exeter and beyond. Mainline rail links to London Paddington are also approximately a 10 minute drive away. Amenities are plentiful from pubs, restaurants, cafés and delicatessens to health centres, various sports facilities, post office and library. The traditional town centre hosts a very popular Thursday and Saturday market too. Schools include a primary within the town and numerous, highly regarded secondary and private schools in the surrounding area. For keen golfers, there are three golf courses to choose from that are within approximately a 15 minute drive.

Description

The Granary is an attractive stone built barn conversion which is believed to have been built several hundred years ago with the conversion into a residential property carried out between 1970 and 1990. The property does require updating throughout and would be a great little project for someone who wants to put their own stamp on their next home.
The property is located towards the south end of the Teign Valley and only a mile or so away from the town of Chudleigh with its large amount of amenities and bustling atmosphere. The outlook from the front of the property is a rural one overlooking farmland. Once you step inside, you will be greeted by a sizeable entrance hall and doors leading to two bedrooms (the larger bedroom having an en suite bathroom), a cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin and a separate utility room with sink, storage units, space and plumbing for washing machine and further white goods. A staircase leads you up to the welcoming first floor where you will find another double bedroom with an en suite shower room. The kitchen and dining area is open plan with large glazed doors leading into the sitting room. This space is very large and has a lovely traditional eye catching stone fireplace with log burner. The sitting room has the outlook over the front and fields opposite and patio doors out into the garden at the rear.
The Granary does have a lovely private patio area with a mature raised pond, edged with attractive stone walling. There is also an area of land beyond the patio that is sloping in nature. Currently overgrown but could be cleared to become a great addition to the garden. A pedestrian access leads down the side of the property to the front. The garage is classed as a single but does widen as it goes back and has power, lighting and houses the boiler. There is parking for approximately 3 vehicles and plenty more parking in a lay-by next door.

AGENTS NOTE: Mains water, mains electric and LPG gas for central heating. Shared private drainage. Septic tank is shared and sited in field opposite. Maintenance costs to be confirmed.

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