- Semi-detached 4 bedroom village property
- Village location with Ofsted "Outstanding" primary school
- En-suite and modern kitchen
- Level and enclosed rear garden - EPC: D
- Ample parking and garage
A fantastic 4 bedroom semi-detached house with lovely south facing garden, ample parking, large garage, upgraded kitchen with granite tops and integrated appliances and en-suite to master.
This modern, semi-detached home is well positioned in a residential cul-de-sac of quality homes, built approx. 14 years ago in the popular village of Beaford with its Ofsted “Outstanding” (2014) primary school, public house and petrol filling station. It’s only 5 miles from the nearby market town of Torrington with further amenities.
The house itself is presented in excellent order throughout with replacement, uPVC double glazing, oil fired central heating and a useful rear conservatory/link giving covered access to the rear of the garage, currently used as a utility area. The kitchen, dining room and living room flow well with plenty of flexibility of closing parts off or keeping it open using the various double doors. The kitchen has been upgraded with integrated appliances including dishwasher and fridge freezer, a range cooker (available by separate negotiation), granite worktops and an instant boiling water “kettle tap” which also provides filtered cold water. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms with the master having an ensuite shower room and plenty of storage is available with a large walk-in cupboard in bedroom 3. Bedroom 2 has some lovely views out over the edge of the development to the open countryside that surrounds Beaford.
Outside is a pretty, lawned front garden and ample driveway leading to the attached garage (extra length). A side gate gives pedestrian access to the rear garden which is south facing, level and very well kept. There is a lawn, raised borders and a paved seating area, all enclosed and secure with timber fencing.
DIRECTIONS : Upon entering Beaford on the A3124 from Winkleigh, turn left into Green Lane and continue for approx. 200m and take the left turn into Marshalls Mead. As you enter the development, bear left and No.14 will be found on the right hand side.
Winkleigh is a gem, concealed deep within the rise and fall of the Mid Devon hills. As far as villages go it is quite large and has a strong communal atmosphere, whilst still retaining many of its unique traditions (including an annual 750 year old country fayre). Winkleigh has many facilities, including: 2 pubs, a post office, general stores, a butchers, a fishmongers, a vets, a doctor’s surgery, mechanics garage, a primary school, a chapel, sports centre, village hall and community hall…certainly enough to satisfy. For history enthusiasts the village is home to the ruins of two 12th Century castles – the only village in Devon that is. The closest supermarkets are in the town of Okehampton about 11 miles away, where access to the A30 dual carriageway is also found (a direct route to Exeter).