The property has been renovated by the present owners and now provides a lovely cottage, which enjoys a modern fitted kitchen and bathroom, oil fired central heating, as well as a woodburning stove set within the attractive period fireplace. Directly behind the cottage is a private courtyard area with room for outside table and chairs, as well as utility / store and steps give access to an extensive lawn garden, with further sheds and greenhouse, from which far reaching views, can be enjoyed.
Upon entering Bow from Crediton, proceed into the village, and 1 Chanterhayes will be found on the left hand side, just before the old post office. Parking can be found on the right hand side of the road.
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. These days, Bow is a popular family village with a primary school, garden centre and Co-op 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.
with glazed inner door to;
attractive open fire place with inset woodburning stove on slate hearth, beams and radiator.
narrowing to 7’2 (2.1m) a nice range of modern cream fronted units beneath wooden work top with tiled splash – back, inset Belfast style sink, built in chrome oven and four ring ceramic hob over, tiled floor and radiator.
nicely fitted modern white suit with bath, chrome mixer shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and WC, tiled floor and radiator. A window to the courtyard, as well as Velux skylight provide a great deal of natural daylight.
a nice dual aspect room with radiator.
built in airing cupboard and radiator.
Pleasant south facing rear patio with seating area and UTILITY / GARDEN SHED 6’10 x 6’2 (1.8m x 1.8m) with plumbing for automatic washing machine and oil fired central heating boiler, steps up to extensive lawn garden with greenhouse, mature shrubs and from which far reaching country views can be enjoyed.
Oil Fired Central Heating
Mid Devon District Council
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