This attractive stone-built period house, offers spacious accommodation, with four bedrooms and two reception rooms, plus staircase to large boarded Attic Room. The property needs modernisation but retains some lovely period features, including period fireplaces, and offers scope to provide a wonderful family home in a central location within this popular village.
The property is set back slightly from the road with stone-built wall to the front, and enclosed rear garden with raised flower beds and 12 foot stone, brick and slate built shed at the rear of the garden.
The property enjoys a pleasant outlook to the front over the Church and Village Hall, whilst at the rear from the first floor there is views over the village and surrounding countryside.
Lapford is approx. 8 miles from Crediton and enjoys good rail & road links to Exeter & Barnstaple, via the Tarka train line & A377 as well as being on a bus route. The village offers a good range of services, including the Malt Scoop Inn, Primary School, Village Hall & Church, as well as well stocked Garage / Shop, where most essential supplies can be found.
The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises;
UPVC door to;
Attractive black and terracotta tiled flooring and staircase.
With attractive period marble fireplace, recess cupboards to both sides, and arch display recesses.
With tiled fireplace, and built-in wood fronted cupboards to each side of fireplace.
With fireplace and recessed oil-fired Rayburn built-in cupboards to both sides one housing hot water tank (Run off back boiler from Rayburn), sink unit with cupboards beneath, window overlooking the rear garden.
With under stairs storage cupboard, door to rear garden, door to hallway and door to;
Shelving to one wall.
Staircase from FRONT ENTRANCE HALL to;
Into recess with the Victorian style fireplace and window giving views over the church, exposed wooden floorboards.
With Victorian fireplace window overlooking the church, and exposed wooden floorboards.
Rear aspect with attractive views.
(max dimensions), White suite comprising bath with shower over and shower curtain, low level WC, pedestal wash basin with Dimplex fan heater and built-in cupboard with slatted shelving.
Narrow staircase from Rear Hall leading to;
(Max Dimensions into Eaves) This room is boarded and has good head height in the centre, with window to one end, and we believe that subject to consents, this room could be converted to provide an impressive Master Bedroom with En-Suite, or Large Play / Games Room.
Wrought iron gates give access to the front of the property with small enclosed front area with stone walling, and flower beds. At the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden with stone walling and hedging, gate giving access from the side, with raised area suitable for flower beds / lawn or vegetables, with Camellia tree, oil tank and path leading to;
Brick and stone-built garden shed into recess with pitched slate roof and brick flooring, adjoining Outside Toilet.
Directly behind the property there is a covered entrance canopy with door to rear hall. Note: The roof of the porch is likely to contain some asbestos.
Oil Heating, Mains Electric, Water and Drainage.
Mid Devon District Council.
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