The property has been well maintained and improved by the current owners, with the addition of a utility room, modern bathroom suite, and most recently a new kitchen which has been laid out to provide a sociable environment with ample work surfaces and lots of storage. There is a light and airy living room with dual aspect, and on the first floor are three good sized bedrooms, both doubles having front outlooks, while the third looks back over the garden and neighbouring fields. There is scope to extend the accommodation further, by converting the roof space, subject to the necessary planning permissions being sought.
Outside, the property is set nicely back from the road via a lawned garden, with scope to create an off street parking space subject to the necessary permissions being in place. There is also a pedestrian right of way to the rear garden which is tiered and laid to lawn with a timber built store shed. Beyond this is open countryside.
The property has double glazing throughout, as well as slimline economy electric radiators. Solar panels on the roof provide free electric during the day and are on a lease with EES Operations, of 25 years and three months from the 28th October 2011. Further information can be provided on request.
On entering Sandford from Crediton, proceed up the hill passing Meadowside Garage and the Rose and Crown, then bear left into the square. Proceed past the Lamb Inn, keeping left and then take the next right into Crofts. The property will be seen on the left hand side as you come into the cul de sac.
The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises;
uPVC front door with entrance canopy leading into;
with stairs to first floor and separate entrances to;
A light and airy room with dual aspect, electric fire and electric panel heater.
15’8 (4.77m) shortening to 11’7 x 12’3 (3.53m x 3.73m) Newly fitted units providing ample cupboard and drawer space. Matching fitted wall cabinets, inset electric oven with four ring induction hob above. Matching chimney style filter hood. Integrated dishwasher, fridge and useful corner storage unit. Wood block style worktops, with ceramic sink, rinsing bowl and side drainer. Matt finish mixer tap. Electric heater, door to living room and door to rear garden. Under stairs storage cupboard.
Base unit with single cupboard and space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Space for tumble drier and upright fridge. Woodblock work top with inset sink. Electric heater, low level WC with dual top flush. Window to front aspect.
with airing cupboard, access to loft space and rear aspect. Separate entrances to;
Front aspect, electric heater, fitted wardrobes and further recessed cupboard providing clothes hanging space.
(including the depth of clothes hanging rail, but excluding the door recess) Front aspect with a great view over the village and surrounding fields. Electric heater and frame providing storage and clothes hanging space.
Rear aspect over the garden and adjoining fields, electric heater.
8’4 (2.54m) lengthening to 10’5 x 5’2 (3.17m x 1.57m) Two Opaque windows to rear. White suite comprising panelled bath with Triton electric shower and glass screen. Pedestal basin and low level WC with dual top flush. Electric heater.
Lawned area to the front with a path to the side leading to the front door. Large rear tiered garden, laid to lawn. Timber built store shed and views over open countryside.
Mid Devon District Council.
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