from Crediton head towards Barnstaple on the A377, go through the village of Copplestone and continue on this road until you get to Morchard Road. Take the right hand turn before the pub and proceed for roughly 2 miles passing the village sign and continue as you drop down the hill passing Frost Cross and Denewood is the 6th property on the left hand side halfway up the hill.
The accommodation comprises;
a light and spacious entrance with separate entrances to;
with low level WC and wash basin.
with sink, wash basin and door to
with door to outside and window.
with stairs to first floor and doors into
A range of fitted units providing storage, inset Belfast sink, AGA, space for upright fridge/freezer, window overlooking garden and door to outside.
A dual aspect room with a large stone fireplace with bread oven.
Another light dual aspect room with woodburner, door through to conservatory.
sliding doors out onto patio and overlooking rear garden with far reaching views.
Staircase leading to LARGE LANDING with storage cupboard housing hot water tank and separate entrances to;
with built in wardrobes and dual aspect.
Built in wardrobes, single aspect.
suite comprising panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash basin.
With corner shower cubicle, low level WC, wash basin and window.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.
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