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Meldon View was built about 30 years ago and is a detached four bedroom home with spacious accommodation, good natural light and a great view. It has generous rooms with a large sitting room with fireplace, dining room, a big kitchen with an Aga, a study and a garden room as well as a conservatory and a w.c. on the ground floor. There is a master suite of dressing room, bathroom and bedroom 1, an ensuite second bedroom, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. In recent years the house has been fitted with solar PV panels and solar water panels to complement the mains gas fired central heating and Aga and the whole house is double glazed. There is a large driveway and double garage and a very well stocked back garden with a terrace, views and a sloping lawn. Fowlers strongly recommend viewing to truly appreciate this family home.
Located just a short walk from the bustling town square but in a quiet spot with a lovely view to the rear. Meldon View is set well back from the lane and being in an elevated position enjoys a superb view over its garden to the Dartmoor countryside and beyond to the moor. The ancient stannary town of Chagford is a vibrant moorland community of all age groups. It has a brand new primary school, a pre-school and a Montessori, a parish church, Roman Catholic church and chapel and a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, cafes and pubs. The town is surrounded by countryside, moorland and riverside walks and has excellent sports facilities with a football and cricket pitch, a pavilion, bowling club, tennis club and an open air swimming pool in the summertime. The A30 dual carriageway is 5 miles away and Exeter is about 20 miles.
A single glazed mahogany door and side panel lead into the porch which has a downlighter and a matching obscure glazed door and panel leading into the hall.
The hall has a coved ceiling, two down lighters, mahogany panelled doors to the study, w.c. and dining room and multi paned doors to the sitting room, and garden room.
A generous cloakroom/w.c. with a coved ceiling, pendant light point, a low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and an obscure glazed double glazed hardwood window to the rear. A mirror is wall mounted above the sink and a shaver/light is fitted.
This room has a coved ceiling, a pendant light point, a double glazed mahogany window and cill looking to the front. There are built in bookshelves, a single panel radiator and a telephone point.
A generous north/south facing room with good natural light and double glazed mahogany windows comprising a broad front window and a fully glazed panel and door to the rear which leads into the conservatory. There is a granite fireplace with a gas/coal grate and a slate hearth and mantel. The ceiling is coved and there are two pendant light points, three wall light points, two double panel radiators and a TV point.
The conservatory comprises upvc double glazed windows set on top of a low rendered wall. It is a centrally heated space with a double panel radiator, a ceramic tiled floor and lighting. Double doors lead out to the terrace at the rear of the house.
A large room with a broad mahogany double glazed window looking to the front, a coved ceiling, six wall light points, a quality Amtico wood effect floor, and a large double radiator. A panelled door leads from the hall and a further door leads out to the utility room.
A bright room looking out to the garden and view and with a large double glazed door and side panel leading to the terrace. The ceiling is coved and there is a dado rail, a TV point, pendant light point and a double panel radiator. A multi paned door leads into the kitchen.
A bright triple aspect kitchen with four mahogany double glazed windows and cills and a view over the garden and to the countryside. The kitchen is fitted with a cream coloured four oven gas fired Aga with tiled splash backs and a saucepan shelf above, a coved ceiling, two ceiling light points and a vinyl floor. The kitchen base and wall cabinets have oak doors and drawer fronts, extensive oak trimmed worktops with worktop lighting, a double bowl single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer taps and space for an automatic dish washer. Double multi paned doors lead to the utility room.
This room has ample space for a large freezer, a washing machine and drier. The mains gas Worcester Bosch central heating boiler is concealed in a cabinet by the stable door to the front and a single drainer stainless steel sink is fitted in an oak trimmed work surface above a base cabinet. A fluorescent light fitting is ceiling mounted and the ceiling is coved. A panelled mahogany door leads to the dining room.
A bright landing with a large Velux double glazed skylight, a hardwood balustrade surrounding the stairwell, a feature archway to the landing return, a double panel radiator, three down lighters and panelled mahogany doors to all rooms. The walk in airing cupboard has fitted shelving and a hot water cylinder with an immersion heater back up and solar water capability. The solar water heating panel is sited here.
Comprising the dressing room, bathroom and bedroom 1
This room has a large double glazed mahogany dormer window with a view over the garden to the countryside beyond. Panelled doors lead to the bathroom and bedroom 1.
This has fully tiled walls, a fitted mirror and shaver/light, an electric heated towel rail, a built in toiletry cupboard and double panel radiator. The bathroom suite comprises a panelled bath with an electric shower above and a fitted shower curtain rail, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low level w.c. To the front is an obscure glazed double glazed mahogany window.
A double room with a range of fitted carpenter built wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving and top cupboards, a large double glazed mahogany side window, a pendant light and a double panel radiator.
A front facing bedroom with a large dormer window with mahogany double glazed windows, a built in wardrobe and large eaves cupboard, a double panel radiator and a fitted vanitary unit and basin with tiled splash backs, a mirror and shaver/light. A panelled door leads to the ensuite shower room.
This room has a raised shower tray, a wall mounted Triton T80 electric shower, a fully tiled shower cubicle, an extractor fan and a low level w.c.
A front facing bedroom with a double glazed mahogany dormer window, a pendant light and a single panel radiator.
Facing to the rear with views over the garden to the countryside through the mahogany double glazed dormer window. It is fitted with a range of carpenter built wardrobes with shelving, hanging rails and top cupboards, a pendant light and a double panel radiator.
The bathroom has fully tiled walls with a fitted shaver/light, mirror door cabinet, electric heated towel rail and a shower curtain rail. It has a panelled bath with mixer taps, a Mira electric shower unit, a pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. There are obscure glazed double glazed windows to the front.
A gated recessed entrance and visibility splay leads into Meldon View from the lane. There is a large gravelled parking and turning area with granite retaining walls to either side topped with grass and mature shrubs and trees. Steps lead down from the drive to the front door and a ramp leads to the side door for deliveries. A paved path runs along the front of the house and paths are to either side of the house to the rear garden.
A block built rendered garage with a 14'5 ( 4.394 m) wide doorway and a metal up and over door. The garage has power and light and the PV panel control and monitoring panel. A single glazed window faces to the side.
A paved terrace runs along the rear of the house and a flight of paved steps leads down to the lawn through the well stocked beds and shrubbery. The lawn is terraced and drops to the enclosed compost area at the bottom of the garden. The garden is mature with trees of many varieties giving privacy and colour. The garden faces south west and enjoys plenty of sunshine and views over the countryside to the moor.
Meldon View has mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. The solar and PV panels are owned outright.
From Fowlers go to the top of The Square and turn right into Mill Street. Walk along the road for about 150 meters and then bear right into the continuation of Mill Street. After about another 150 meters on the left you will see the broad recessed visibility splay that leads into Meldon View.