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Moordown was built in the 1930s in an elevated position overlooking a valley and with super views to Hingston Rock and the surrounding countryside. The house is fully double glazed and centrally heated by mains gas. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, a sitting room with an open fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen with a walk in larder cupboard, a utility room and a w.c. on the ground floor. Upstairs is a landing, a bathroom and one single and two double bedrooms. The gardens are on a hillside and terraced with granite retaining walls and features and various sitting spots from which to enjoy the views. Within the garden is a greenhouse, a block built shed and a single garage and a fuel and bin store built into the hillside. Fowlers strongly recommend viewing this house. It needs some modernisation but is a good, tried and tested family home.
Moordown is located at the very edge of Moretonhampstead on the Mardon Down side of the town. There is very close access to footpaths as well as the bustling town square being only a few minutes walk. Moretonhampstead is a thriving moorland town. It has a primary school and pre school, a Parish church and chapel, a library and surgeries for doctor, dentist and vet. There is a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, cafes and restaurant. The A30 and A38 dual carriageways are about equidistant at 8 miles and Exeter is just approximately 12 miles along the B3212 Teign valley road.
At the front of the house is a veranda with great views. A step leads up to the hardwood front door.
Adjacent to the hardwood front door is a pair of double glazed obscure windows. There is a staircase to the first floor with a cupboard beneath, panelled doors to the sitting room and dining room, a telephone point and a double panel radiator.
This bright room has two upvc double glazed windows looking out to the lovely rural views. There is a stone open fireplace with a hardwood mantel shelf, a tiled hearth and an open grate. Picture rails are fitted, two pendant light points, a TV point, three double power points and two double panel radiators.
This room has a broad upvc double glazed window looking out to the view, picture rails, a deep recessed former fireplace with shelving, an adjacent TV shelf and a built in cupboard and shelves for crockery. A TV point is fitted and a double panel radiator.
A upvc double glazed window sits above the single drainer stainless steel sink and there is a range of fitted base and wall cabinets with marble effect roll top work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. A Stoves halogen hob is fitted with a light above, a Hotpoint double oven with grill and there is space for an under counter fridge. Worktop lighting is fitted and a pair of wooden folding doors lead to the walk in larder which has a cold shelf and other shelving. A sliding door leads into the utility room.
This room has an aluminium double glazed side door to the rear of the house and a upvc double glazed rear window. A single drainer stainless steel sink is fitted and there is space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a drier. A doorway leads to the w.c.
Fitted with a upvc double glazed window and a white low level w.c., a wall mounted electric warm air heater and the Potterton mains gas fired central heating boiler.
There is a upvc double glazed window looking out to the granite embankment at the rear of the house, a built in linen cupboard above the stairwell, panelled door to all rooms and a white balustrade alongside the stairwell.
This is a side facing single bedroom with a upvc double glazed window and a view across the valley to the east into the morning sun. It has picture rails, a single panel radiator and a bank of wardrobes with sliding doors, a hanging rail and shelves.
A front facing bedroom looking across the valley and beyond to Hingston Rock. It has a broad upvc double glazed window, two wall light points and a single panel radiator.
This is a bright room with two upvc double glazed windows looking across the valley and to Hingston Rock. There are picture rails, a single panel radiator and a fitted double wardrobe with a hanging rail and a top shelf.
Fitted with a white pressed steel bath with chromed taps, tiled splashbacks, a shower screen and a built in thermostatic shower. It also has a wash hand basin set on a vanitary unit, a low level w.c., a cork floor, a ceiling light point, a single panel radiator and an obscure upvc double glazed rear window. The airing cupboard has an insulated cylinder, immersion and shelving.
A shared grassed entrance driveway leads along the base of the garden through a granite lined lane to the single garage. A flight of concrete steps lead up one side of the garden to the terrace at the front of the house and a grassed off shoot from the drive with wrought iron gates enables additional parking off the main driveway. A neighbour enjoys access along part of the main driveway to a gate to their land. The garden is terraced with substantial granite walls and features. The garden is well stocked with spring flowers and perennial plants and shrubs and it has a lot of colour. This garden would make the perfect garden for a keen gardener. Sited in the garden are various sitting areas, winding pathways and steps and there are lovely views. At the front of the house is a veranda and a terrace with great views. To the rear of the house is a natural granite embankment that forms the rear boundary.
This shed has two exterior doors, two windows and power and light.
This is a small lean to aluminium framed greenhouse attached to the back wall of the house.
Timber framed with a felted single pitch roof, a single door, windows and power and light.
An older wood framed greenhouse with a sliding entrance door.
Double wooden doors, block built with a corrugated roof and a concrete hardstanding at the front.
Set into the granite bank at the bottom of garden with a wooden door. Ideal for fuel or bins.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
From the attractive cobbled town square walk out of The Square past the Gateway Restaurant and cross the A382 to the imposing Bowring Library. Opposite the entrance door to the library is LIme Street. Walk into Lime Street and follow it down the hill passing Kinsmans Dale on the left and continuing down. On the left you will see Moordown on the hill overlooking the valley.