- Superbly presented detached family house
- Well located in a cul-de-sac location in the picturesque village of Yeoford
- 4 bedrooms plus study
- Private driveway and carport EPC : C
- Level and enclosed rear garden
- Lovely views to the rear
A superbly presented detached family house, well located in a cul-de-sac location in the picturesque village of Yeoford, with lovely views to the rear - 4 bedrooms plus study, private driveway and carport
The house was originally built in 2008 and is presented in excellent order throughout. It is detached with approx. 1300 sqft of internal space over the two floors. Being in a cul-de-sac location, it is well positioned and ideal for families with a level and enclosed rear garden. There is zoned underfloor heating to the ground floor and conventional radiators to the first floor run from an oil boiler. All electrical faceplates are brushed stainless steel.
The ground floor is accessed from a central hallway with solid engineered oak flooring with a study, wc and utility all at hand. The large living/dining room runs front to back with plenty of light through the front bay window and French doors to the rear opening out onto the garden. The German “Alno” kitchen provides a real feature of the house with polished black granite worktops, Siemens stainless steel integrated appliances including double oven, ceramic touch control hob, fridge, separate freezer, microwave and dishwasher.
On the first floor are 4 bedrooms with the master bedroom having a built-in mirrored wardrobe and fully tiled en-suite shower room. The remaining 3 bedrooms and the family bathroom are also very well presented.
Outside is a private driveway with ample parking which leads to a timber carport/store (could be opened up to just a carport if required). The front garden sets the house back from the road and the rear garden is south facing and level with paving including a patio, attractive wall with pedestrian gate, an area of decking to take in the views and a further timber shed.
YEOFORD is a popular village, in a gentle valley, 4 miles from the market town of Crediton. It is part of the ‘Tarka Trail’ or ‘Rail Ale Trail’, based on the Exeter to Barnstaple train line – where patrons (usually) travel from north to south, enjoying intermittent pub stops (with grand hopes of making it to the city!). Yeoford is a busy place with yearly festivals, including ‘Yeofest’ – described by some as the “best little beer festival in Mid Devon”. In addition, and for those that prefer apples there is ‘Yeocider’.
DIRECTIONS : On entering Yeoford from Crediton proceed into the village and across the railway bridge and follow the road around to the left, Chapel Close is on the right with No.2 being on the left hand side of the cul-de-sac.