- Three bedroom town house with views
- Spacious living room & kitchen diner
- Attractive gardens, garage & parking for two
- Gas central heating & double glazing - EPC: C
- White suite family bathroom
A well-presented three bedroom town house with easy access to the town’s amenities, with spacious living room, kitchen diner, white suite bathroom, gas central heating and double glazing, plus attractive gardens, garage & parking for two.
DESCRIPTION : This three storey town house is situated in a handy position
with easy access down to the High Street’s amenities. It also enjoys lovely views back over the
The well-presented accommodation includes a great sized
living room, plus a kitchen diner with integrated Hotpoint oven and gas hob. The three bedrooms are served by a white
suite bathroom with a P-shaped bath with shower over. There is also a great
amount of built-in storage, mains gas central heating (new boiler under 5 years
old) and uPVC double glazed windows throughout.
There is an integral garage (with door to the entrance
hallway), with off-road parking for two vehicles in-front. To the rear is a
garden of approx.. 13m / 42ft which backs onto fields. There are three areas, a level paved seating
area, a level lawn, plus a decked space with a substantial shed/workshop (2.85m
x2.53m) with light and power.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Council Tax: C
Utilities: Mains gas, water, electric, telephone &
superfast enabled broadband (Up to 80Mbps)
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Mains gas central heating, new boiler under 5 years
DIRECTIONS : From Crediton High Street turn up St Saviours Way (opposite
the Congregational Church) at the top turn left into Town Park and the property
will be found on your right.
CREDITON : An ancient market town, with a contemporary feel – only a short,
20-minute drive NW from the city of Exeter. Set in the Vale of the River Creedy,
amongst gentle, rolling hills and verdant pastures. Sincerely picture postcard.
Once the capital of Devon, Crediton is famed for its inspiring sandstone church
and for being the birthplace of Saint Boniface in 680 AD. Its high street is a
vibrant place, abuzz with trade –artisan coffee shops, roaring pubs, a farmers’
market and bakeries, jam-packed with mouthwatering delights. For those
commuting it has hassle free transport links into Exeter and for schooling a
prestigious community college (Queen Elizabeth’s) – with an Ofsted
“outstanding” sixth form. In addition, it boasts a brilliant gym & leisure
centre for New Year’s resolutions, two supermarkets for the weekly shop and a
trading estate for any practical needs. All neatly held in a single valley.