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Bretteville Close is a popular development of two and three bedroom homes built in the late 1980's. They are nicely proportioned with a good size living room and an entrance lobby, a re fitted kitchen with a hob and oven, two double bedrooms and a recently re fitted bathroom. The house benefits from gas fired central heating and double glazing, a courtyard garden to the rear and one to the side as well as a single parking space. This would be an ideal starter home or downsizer and is presented in good order throughout.
Bretteville Close is close to the edge of town and not far from countryside and riverside walks. The bustling town square is only a few minutes walk away where there is a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, pubs, cafes and restaurant. Chagford has a primary school, pre school and Montessori, a parish church, Roman Catholic church and a chapel, surgeries for doctor, dentist and vet, a library and many clubs and societies. The town is surrounded by moorland, riverside and countryside walks. The A30 dual carriageway is about 5 miles away and Exeter is approximately 20 miles away.
A panelled part obscure glazed front door leads into the lobby which has a matching side window, wall mounted coat hooks, a pendant light point, a timber effect vinyl floor, a modern wall mounted circuit breaker box and the electric meter. A part glazed internal pine door leads into the living room.
This is a spacious room with a broad double glazed upvc front window, ceiling coving, a pendant light point, a double panel radiator, a Tv and satellite point, 5 power points and a telephone point, an understairs storage cupboard and a part glazed panelled door to the kitchen.
A part glazed panelled door leads out to the rear yard and there is a double glazed window letting in plenty of light. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall cabinets with wood effect finished doors and drawers, roll top stone effect work surfaces with tiled splashbacks and a fitted 4 burner gas hob with a circulator hood and light above and an electric fan oven beneath. There is space for an automatic washing machine and a cabinet for a fridge freezer. A spotlight fixture is fitted and the floor is laid with a wood block effect vinyl and the mains gas central heating boiler is wall mounted.
The staircase has white painted handrails and the landing has white panelled doors to each of the two bedrooms and the bathroom. A loft hatch opens to the insulated roof void.
A smart modern bathroom refitted with a white suite comprising a panelled bath with a glazed shower screen and a fitted mixer/shower tap, a low level w.c. and a pedestal wash hand basin with a shaver/light above. The shower and bath have splashbacks tiled to ceiling height and the basin also has a tiled splashback. A plumbed, chromed heated towel rail is wall mounted and there is a double glazed upvc obscure window, a ceiling light and an extractor fan.
A front facing double room with a pair of fitted double wardrobes with hanging space and shelving and a central dresser with spotlights above. A double glazed window faces to the front and there is a single panel radiator and a pendant light point.
This is a rear facing room with a double glazed window, a single panel radiator and a large built in airing cupboard with an insulated cylinder, immersion heater and shelving. A pendant light point is fitted.
A canopy porch protects the rear door and has an exterior light fitting beneath. The courtyard is partly paved, enclosed with a close boarded fence and has a gate to the side.
This has a raised sitting area and is sheltered by fencing.
This is to the front of the house and is gravelled.
This is a gravelled area and could have a table and chairs or pots and tubs.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
From Fowlers entrance doors turn right and walk down The Square past the pharmacy and delicatessen and the Old Forge Cafe and into Southcombe Street. At the next bend the road becomes Lower Street. Follow Lower Street down and through the narrow section and on the right you will see Bretteville Close. Walk in and to the end of the close, and no.6 is at the end on the right.