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Accommodation Summary

Stunning renovated Grade II Listed period family house
Sitting room with fireplace
Dining room with wood burner and high quality kitchen
Utility and ground floor cloakroom
Three spacious double bedrooms
Fabulous bathroom with separate shower
Generous and private south-facing rear garden

Directions

From Exeter take the Crediton Road (A377) driving past Bernaville Nurseries and taking the first right into Langford Road. Continue along the road which eventually becomes Raddon Hill. Cross the main Tiverton road and continue for one and half miles, down the hill and into the village. At the junction turn left and Pynes House will be found on the left hand side.

Situation

This attractive period house has been completely renovated over the last few years and now offers a spacious, characterful home in the heart of the village. Cheriton Fitzpaine is a thriving community that includes two public houses, The Half Moon and the highly regarded Ring of Bells. Thornes Farm shop is situated on the outskirts of the village, offering a café, pick your own fruit and a local produce home delivery service. The village enjoys a visiting post office, community shop, selection of clubs and societies and a newly built, ‘Good’ Ofsted rated primary school within walking distance of Pynes House. The market town of Crediton lies approximately 6 miles away and the cathedral city of Exeter is approximately 9 miles. Cheriton Fitzpaine provides a village community and beautiful surroundings within an easy commute to the city.

Description

An opportunity to purchase an attractive Grade II listed period property recently renovated to a high standard, situated in the heart of the sought after village of Cheriton Fitzpaine.   

The accommodation has been lovingly renovated and brings a wonderful blend of modern, contemporary living blending with the character and charm of the building.   

The ground floor comprises an entrance hallway with flagstone flooring, a large dual aspect sitting room with fireplace and a wonderful dining room with log burner and open plan modern kitchen. There is also a useful utility/store room and a ground floor cloakroom.   

The first floor features three lovely sized double bedrooms and a fabulous bathroom with separate shower.   

The south facing rear garden is a real feature of the property, being a lovely size and offering a high level of privacy.

CANOPY ENTRANCE PORCH Part double glazed entrance door opening to:

ENTRANCE HALLWAY Feature flagstone flooring. Ceiling spotlights. Wall mounted coat pegs. Part double glazed door opening to rear garden. Stripped wood door opens to:

SITTING ROOM20'8" x 9'11" (6.3m x 3.02m). A generous reception room with front aspect sash bay window and further sash bay window overlooking the rear garden with feature shutters. Fitted cupboards and shelving. Open fireplace with decorative tiled inlay with slate hearth, attractive surround and mantelpiece. Picture rails. Radiator. Second stripped wood door accessing the hallway.

DINING ROOM14' x 14' (4.27m x 4.27m). Another lovely reception room with sash window overlooking the garden. Large fireplace with wood burner, surround, mantelpiece and brick hearth. Stripped wood cupboards with drawer units. Ceiling spotlights. Radiator. Cupboards fitted into alcoves with stripped wood doors. Open plan walk through to:

KITCHEN12'5" x 6'3" (3.78m x 1.9m). A well-equipped high quality modern kitchen comprising enamel sink unit with mixer tap, set into solid wood surface with cupboards and drawers under. Matching range of wall units. Attractive tiled walls. Flagstone flooring. Integrated electric oven and four ring halogen hob. Space for fridge/freezer. Ceiling spotlights. Stripped wood cupboard with shelving. Panelled wood door opens to:

UTILITY/STORE16'10" x 3'6" (5.13m x 1.07m). With power and light. Door opening outside. Further panelled wood door to:

CLOAKROOM Comprising wash hand basin with mixer tap and low level WC. Part wood panelled walls. Radiator.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Approached via a turning staircase with exposed balustrades. Feature stained glass arch window to the front aspect. Ceiling spotlights. Panelled wood doors open to

BEDROOM ONE14'2" x 11'3" (4.32m x 3.43m). A lovely spacious bedroom with sash window overlooking the rear garden. Fitted wardrobes. Additional shelved cupboard. Cast iron fireplace. Spotlights. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO14' x 10'8" (4.27m x 3.25m). A further double room with sash window to the rear aspect. Fitted wardrobes and drawer units. Radiator. Ceiling spotlights.

BEDROOM THREE11'9" x 9'4" (3.58m x 2.84m). A third double bedroom with front aspect window. Radiator. Spotlights.

BATHROOM9'7" x 6' (2.92m x 1.83m). Comprising a high quality modern bathroom fitted with an enamel sink unit with mixer tap, set into a dresser unit with cupboards and drawers and slate surround. Claw foot roll-top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, high level flush WC and large tiled shower area with glazed screen. Heated towel rail. Exposed floorboards. Window to the front.

From the first floor landing a door and staircase rises to:

LOFT ROOM This is another lovely sized room which has scope to be fully converted into a fourth double bedroom subject to achieving the necessary planning consents.

OUTSIDE The rear garden is a lovely feature of the property being a particularly good size. It has a cobbled path adjacent to the property with cupboard housing the boiler providing hot water and central heating. There is a log store. Attractive raised flower and shrub beds. A few steps rise to the remainder of the garden which is predominately laid to lawn with well planted borders. Large timber storage shed.

AGENTS NOTE We understand that there is a ‘flying freehold’ at the property in respect of the ground floor toilet and corridor.
SERVICES - Oil central heating.

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