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16 Lamb Park is an end terrace home which has been extended to offer a large conservatory at the rear of the living room as well as a south facing garden room. The house is in good order and has an entrance hall, a w.c./wet room, a well equipped kitchen, a garden room and a large living room with a conservatory on the ground floor. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The attic has been floored. This home has good proportions and enjoys good natural light facing almost due south at the front and with a lovely western aspect in the rear garden for evening sun. The front garden is almost square and the rear is gravelled for ease of maintenance. Fowlers very strongly recommend viewing this lovely home.
Lamb Park is a quiet development of homes about 40 years old and it sits about a 10 minute walk up to the town square. Chagford offers a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops clustered around the bustling square with four pubs and various cafes. The town has surgeries for doctor, dentist and vet, a Parish church, Roman Catholic church and chapel, a library, a primary school, pre-school and a Montessori. It is surrounded by countryside, riverside and moorland walks and has excellent sports facilities with a football and cricket pitch, a bowling green, tennis club and an open air swimming pool in the summertime. There is a children's park and a skate park too. The A30 dual carriageway is approximately 5 miles away and Exeter is about 20 miles.
A paved path leads to a south patio area which sits recessed beneath the upper front elevation and shelters the upvc obscure double glazed front door. There is an exterior light.
The hallway has three recessed ceiling lights, a wood effect laminate floor, an open understairs storage area, two built in cupboards with shelving, one of which has space and plumbing for the washing machine, a staircase to the first floor with smart stainless steel and hardwood balusters, a double panel radiator, wall mounted central heating controls and thermostat.
A wet room fully tiled to walls and floor and with a floor drainage point. It has a fitted wall mounted Mira Vie electric shower, a wash hand basin, a low level w.c., an extractor fan, a ceiling light point and a double panel radiator.
A bright room with a broad upvc double glazed south facing window, a range of fitted base and wall cabinets with a cream gloss finish and hardwood work surfaces with lighting incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, a stainless steel gas four burner hob with a circulator hood and light above and a glass splashback, a built in half size dishwasher a fridge and freezer and a Siemens built in electric double oven. There are six LED downlighters, a TV point and an arched access to the garden room.
A pleasing and bright south facing room with a upvc double glazed side window and a matching door to the rear and patio doors to the front garden. It has a central ceiling light point, a laminate oak effect floor, three wall light points and a double panel radiator.
This is a spacious room which is enhanced by the conservatory extension at the rear. It has a coved ceiling, three double panel radiators, two ceiling light points, a TV point, plenty of power points, two wall light points in the conservatory and fully upvc double glazed conservatory widows and matching sliding patio doors. This spacious room enjoys lovely afternoon and evening light.
The stairwell has fitted handrails and a power point for a stairlift if required. On the landing is a pendant light point, a built in cupboard with a painted louvred door, shelving and a fitted Intergas combi boiler. A set of ladder steps enable limited access to the attic.
The bathroom has full wall tiling with white 'landscape' tiles with attractive glass insets, a wall mounted glazed folding shower screen, a white pressed steel bath with a Triton wall mounted electric shower and a painted timber side panel. There is a wash hand basin with a vanitary cupboard beneath, a low level w.c., a plumbed chromed heated towel rail, a vinyl floor, a fitted ceiling light point and an obscure upvc double glazed window.
This is a rear facing double room with views across the Teign valley over the edge of the town. It has a pendant light point, a broad upvc double glazed window and a large single panel radiator.
A second rear facing double bedroom with a upvc double glazed window and a view over the edge of town to the Teign valley. It has a pendant light point and a single panel radiator.
A front facing single bedroom with a upvc double glazed window, a pendant light point, a single panel radiator and a walk in raised area for wardrobe and storage with a clever hatch to enable access to and from the attic.
A large useful storage space with sliding doors to the eaves which is floored and has power and fluorescent lighting. There are two Velux double glazed windows and a upvc double glazed gable end window for natural light.
Being set at the end of the terrace No.16 has quite a generous front garden which is level and mostly laid to lawn with a paved path and sitting area beneath the first floor front elevation. The garden has a low granite wall to two boundaries and a beech hedge to the eastern boundary. It is a sunny spot and it has a pond with electric fountain in one corner. A pathway leads alongside the house to the rear.
At the side of the house is a paved area with an exterior light and space for a rotary dryer and a shed. The main part of the rear garden is laid with gravel and the garden has a western boundary for afternoon and evening light. Steps lead up to the sliding patio doors. A gated pedestrian access leads to a rear path which serves the whole terrace but does not run behind the garden of No.16.
A pathway leads from the front gate of No.16 to a block of garages about 30 metres away. No.16 owns one of these garages which has a metal up and over door.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
From Fowlers front doors turn right and walk down The Square and into Southcombe Street which becomes Lower Street at the right hand bend. Continue down Lower Street and take the second turning on the left which is Lamb Park. On the right side of Lamb Park walk along the pavement and on the right at the end of the first terrace you will see a terrace facing you. No.16 is at the right hand end of the terrace.