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1 Old Fire Station, as the name suggests, was built on the site of the old fire station. It is a spacious, bright contemporary home in great decorative condition and on three levels with an additional mezzanine lounge. The entrance hall has an oak and stainless steel staircase, light oak veneer doors to the w.c., a utility room, living room and clever concealed double doors to the lounge. On the first floor are two generous double bedrooms with an ensuite shower room and a main bathroom and on the second floor is a further big double bedroom. Outside is a terrace with superb views to the countryside and high moor, a large and sunny paved patio garden and a full size double garage. This is a superb home and it is essential to view it.
The Old Fire Station is located less than 300 paces from The Square in the bustling Ancient Stannary Town of Chagford. No.1 enjoys great views over the very edge of town to the countryside and high moor and it faces southwest into the afternoon and evening sun. The nearby commons are a short walk from where there is access up onto beautiful Meldon Hill. The town has a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, cafes and pubs, surgeries for doctor, dentist and vet, a parish church, Roman Catholic church and chapel, a primary school, pre-school and Montessori school and easy access to countryside, riverside and moorland walks. There are good sports facilities with a football and cricket pitch with a pavilion, a bowling club, tennis club, skate park and children's play park and an open air swimming pool in the summertime. The A30 dual carriageway is approximately 5 miles away and Exeter is approximately 20 miles.
Paved steps lead up from the tarmac road to the front terrace and the double glazed front door. There is an exterior light.
A spacious and bright hall with a double glazed front door and side panel and a very tall side window allowing in plenty of natural light. There is a stainless steel and oak staircase, light oak veneered doors with brushed alloy handles to the living room, w.c. and utility room, a pendant light point, a large double panel radiator and double doors concealed in a bookcase which opens to the stairway to the mezzanine lounge.
Fitted with a low level w.c., a wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, an extractor fan, a spotlight fixture, an electric wall mounted thermostatic heater and an obscure double glazed window.
A bright double aspect open plan room with a feature curved wall sweeping from the front to the middle of the room with curved shelving separating the kitchen area. To the front and rear are double glazed sliding patio doors and there are three other double glazed windows letting in plenty of natural light. The ceiling is coved, there are three ceiling light points, a large double panel radiator, ample power points and a TV point. The room enjoys a great view over the edge of town to the countryside and high moor.
Fitted with a light oak woodblock floor and a curved wall and shelves separating the kitchen from the rest of the living room. It is fitted with a range of base and wall cabinets with tiled splashbacks and top lit worktops incorporating a Smeg glass ceramic hob with a Neff extractor hood and light above, a built in microwave and convector oven, a Neff electric fan oven and a dishwasher. A Blanco corner sink with one and a half bowls is fitted with a mixer tap, there is a wine rack, a spotlight track and space for a large fridge freezer.
This has a woodblock floor, a coved ceiling, a ceiling light point and a double glazed rear facing window. It is fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards with roll top work surfaces and tiled splashbacks, space for a washing machine and drier and a wall mounted Worcester gas fired central heating boiler.
This is a bright, spacious room with two large velux double glazed skylights, a side facing gable end double glazed window and a velux balcony window looking to the view. Along either side of the room are oak eaves cupboards. There are two double panel radiators, ample power points and a TV point.
A bright landing with a light oak woodblock floor, a stainless steel and oak staircase to the first floor, a ceiling light point, coving, light oak veneered doors to all rooms and to the built in airing cupboard which has shelving and a single panel radiator.
Spacious with fully tiled walls and an obscure double glazed rear window. It is fitted with a spa shower with a glass screen and door, variable jets and a rainshower head, lighting and a music system. A white corner bath with a mixer tap and shower wand is fitted, an oval pedestal wash hand basin with a mixer tap and a mirror door cabinet above, a shaver point, an oval low level w.c., coving, spotlights and a chromed heated towel rail.
A front facing double room with a great view to the moor. It has a built in hanging closet with an oak door, coving, a pendant light point and a double panel radiator. A light oak veneer door leads to the ensuite.
A light and fully tiled room with a large velux double glazed skylight. It has a glass screen and sliding door, a built in thermostatic shower, an extractor fan, a pedestal wash hand basin with an adjacent shaver point, a low level w.c. and a spotlight fixture.
A good second double bedroom with two double glazed windows, a double panel radiator, a range of high quality fitted wardrobes with mirrors, hanging space and shelving, a pendant light point, TV point and fitted spotlights.
A stainless steel balustrade surrounds the stairwell and there is a light oak woodblock floor, a single panel radiator and some space for a small desk.
A spacious room with two double glazed skylights and a double glazed gable end window. There is a TV point, ample power points and access to the eaves. A spotlight track is fitted and a double panel radiator.
A paved terrace with a granite parapet wall and a great view to the Dartmoor countryside and the high moor.
Oak gates lead into the sunny garden from the front and rear and a paved path leads to the rear double glazed patio doors to the living room. The garden is fully paved with a spilt level patio and steps, retaining walls with planters behind, a built in watering system and an exterior tap.
A metal framed wooden up and over electric door leads into the garage which has a double glazed rear window and a side personnel door, power and light.
Gas, water, drainage and electricity.
Chagford has fibre to the telephone exchange and telephone cabinets in the street.
From Fowlers front door turn left and go to the top of The Square. Turn right into Mill Street and where the road splits bear left into Manor Road. Just around the corner on the left is a tarmac drive into the Old Fire Station. No.1 is the first house on the left.