The property is well presented throughout and benefits from a modern fitted kitchen & shower room, an open fireplace, parking for one car and an enclosed lawned garden.
From Pennymoor Cross in the centre of the village follow the road to Tiverton and Rackenford. Wisteria Cottage is the centre cottage in the first row of three on the left hand side.
with a range of attractive cream fronted units, and matching fitted wall cabinets, granite effect rolled edge laminate working surface, inset acrylic sink with rinsing bowl and side drainer, tiled splash back, integrated fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, fitted stainless steel electric oven, and four ring halogen hob over
with open fire with stone hearth and attractive stone surround, wooden window seat, night storage heater, wall lighting, decorative ceiling beams. Stairs to:
with access to roof space. Separate entrances to;
with large built in airing cupboard, electric panel heater, and front aspect outlook.
with built in storage space and shelving. Electric panel heater and front facing outlook.
with tiled flooring, pedestal basin, low level WC, electric shower with curved screen and tiled surround. Chrome heated towel rail. Velux ceiling window, wall mounted fan heater.
Small ENCLOSED LAWNED GARDEN with store shed. OFF STREET PARKING for one car.
Electric Heating & Open Fireplace.
Mid Devon District Council
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