The property would make a perfect first time home or would be ideal for investment purposes, as the property is rented currently and is achieving £525 per calendar month.
from Crediton follow the A377 towards Barnstaple, go through the village of Copplestone and after the railway Bridge turn left signposted to Bow. Follow the road through Bow and at the crossroads turn right o North Tawton, follow the road up into the town and then down the hill through the High Street, carry on and go past Gregory’s and then turn left into Tarka Court.
The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises;
uPVC double glazed door to;
with storage cupboard and entrances to;
Modern wall and base units beneath laminated work surfaces, inset sink, built in Caple electric oven with gas hob and extractor above, Hotpoint washing machine and space for fridge/freezer.
Double doors to rear garden/patio, radiator.
Front aspect, radiator.
White suite comprising panelled bath with shower attachment over and folding screen, low level WC, wash basin with mixer tap, extractor fan, towel rail and radiator.
At the back of the flat is a fully enclosed and easy to maintain rear garden with patio area. At the front there is a designated parking space and a small area of lawned garden.
Gas Central Heating.
Mid Devon District Council.
125 years from 1st March 2016
£425.04 for 2019
£300 for 2019.
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