A most attractive three bedroom end terrace modern cottage on a pleasant village edge development. The property has been tastefully finished with, a large stone decorative fireplace in the living room, modern kitchen, bathroom and en-suite shower room. Outside is a pleasant and easy to maintain front garden. At the rear is a further area with metal store shed. Iter Park is a delightful development of traditional character looking modern homes, built around a central park with grass and children’s play area.
Bow is a historic village located on the Crediton to Okehampton Road. According to the 2011 census there was a population of just over 1000. The village grew in the mid 1800’s following two fires that destroyed a large part of the nearby hamlet of Nymet Tracey, which then consisted of about 70 properties.
The local church is still situated in Nymet Tracey and is believed to have been built by William de Tracy as a penance for the murder of Thomas Beckett (St Thomas of Canterbury). The name Nymet Tracy comes from the de Tracy family, whilst Nymet is the Celtic word for Sacred Grove, and indeed a wood henge believed to date from the 3rd millennium BC lies just west of Bow, and was discovered in the mid-1980s. Interestingly, the River Yeo also runs through the bottom of the village, and this river used to be called the Nymet.
These days, Bow is a popular family village with a primary school, garden centre and Cooperative mini supermarket. It is well placed for the A30 dual carriageway and links to Cornwall as well as the M5. There is a modern doctors surgery and local village pub.
From Crediton take the A377 towards Barnstaple, turning left at Copplestone towards Bow. On entering Bow, Iter Park will be found on the left hand side. As you enter the development bear right in front of the children’s play area and number 22 will be found on the edge of a small cul de sac about 50 yards along on the right.
The accommodation, with approximate measurements, comprises;
Wood front door with glazed pane and outside light
with inset horse hair door mat, radiator, pendant ceiling light, under stairs cupboard, central heating thermostat
corner hand basin with tiled splash back, low level WC, pine seat, radiator, opaque window to front.
with attractive decorative fireplace on a slate hearth and 13amp plug socket, double doors to front garden, wall lighting, two pendant ceiling lights, radiator.
(max) modern beech fronted units providing ample cupboards and drawers, matching fitted wall cabinets, attractive tiled surround, electric cooker and separate four ring halogen hob, stainless steel filter hood over. Archway through to dining area with door to rear, oil fired central heating boiler, radiator
Galleried Landing with access to loft space, separate entrances to:
radiator, telephone point, superb rural views
Fully tiled shower cubicle, low level WC, heated towel rail, pedestal basin, shaver socket
Radiator, side aspect over the park
White suite comprising paneled bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal basin, chrome heated towel rail, electric shaver socket
Attractive and easy to maintain front garden with stone chippings, patio, outside water tap and tree. Access to rear with large metal store shed and electric meters. Off street parking for two cars.
Oil Central heating.
Six months initially, possibility of a longer let.
One months rent.
No DSS, Pets or Smokers.
Mid Devon District Council
Sole Application: £204 Joint Application: £252
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