Completely renovated by its current owners a couple of years ago, this superbly presented detached bungalow offers well modernised accommodation which blends beautiful natural finishes with an uplifting sense of light and space.
In a sylvan setting, just off the A377, The Old Stables was converted some years ago from the old stable block to a nearby manor house. The bungalow is largely of timber construction on a concrete base, with a timber clad block built extension providing a light and airy kitchen and utility space. The bungalow offers two or three bedroom accommodation, with a lovely light living room, modern bathroom, recently fitted kitchen with velux roof windows, and separate utility. The property also benefits from uPVC double glazing, electric heating via an air source heat pump, wood burning stove and low energy light fittings.
Outside, the gardens are a real feature, set on a plot of just over 0.4 of an acre and with a small stream running along the border. The rear of the property is bordered by woodland, creating a peaceful and natural looking enclave.
From our Crediton offices take the A377 towards Barnstaple passing through Copplestone and Morchard Road. Continue past the garage/fuel station at Lapford for a further mile and the property will be seen on your right hand side just past Lapford Lodge.
The accommodation, with approximate measurements comprises;
Wooden front door leading into;
With exposed wall panelling, wall spot lighting and separate entrances to;
Range of grey shaker style units providing ample cupboard and drawer space, with wood block working surfaces and inset ceramic sink, inset four ring electric halogen hob with matching electric oven below and chimney style stainless steel filter hood over. Dual aspect and twin velux roof windows.
(max) With base unit providing double cupboard space, rolled edge laminated working surface and inset stainless steel sink. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and automatic washing machine. Radiator. Door to rear garden, ceiling spotlights and front aspect.
Rear aspect, ceiling spotlights and window seat housing water filter system. Radiator.
Dual aspect. Recently fitted wood burning stove and radiator, pendant ceiling light and exposed ceiling beams.
With exposed ceiling beams and airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Pedestrian door to patio garden at the rear.
Front aspect, walk in wardrobe with shelving. Recessed shelving. Radiator and overhead storage mezzanine.
Front aspect, radiator and useful overhead storage.
Polished stone tiled flooring and walls. Bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment. Low level WC, fully tiled shower cubicle with mains fed shower, and basin in vanity unit with shelving below. Heated towel rail. Side aspect.
Drive in to ample parking area. Large lawned gardens with mature shrubs and trees providing a high degree of privacy. Further area of garden to the rear, accessed by steep steps and care should be taken. Patio to the side of the property as well as a summer house /shed.
Air Source Heat Pump, Private Water and Septic Tank.
Mid Devon District Council
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