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Little Easton was built on land purchased in 1930, and was extended by the present owners about 15 years ago. The accommodation is bright and is fully double glazed with wooden frames throughout. The house benefits from a modern oil fired central heating system as well as an oil fired Aga in the kitchen. The central heating boiler was recently replaced. The house is well decorated in contemporary shades and comprises a smart entrance porch/lobby, a dining/reception, a bright sitting room, a study/bedroom 4, a kitchen, rear lobby, utility room and a downstairs wet room with w.c. and bidet. The study/bedroom 4 is adjacent to the ground floor wet room and could be used for a dependant relative or guests. Upstairs, off the landing, is a family bathroom with shower, a front facing master bedroom with an ensuite shower room, a big guest bedroom and a third double bedroom. The views from the house are excellent in all directions and the garden is well tended and stocked with a wide variety of plants and shrubs lending colour at most times of the year. Within the grounds is a large open fronted double parking barn within which is a pair of lock-up stores/workshops with power. Fowlers strongly recommend going to view this house to properly appreciate all it has to offer.
Little Easton is set in a quiet spot off the public highway along a private lane and slightly elevated to enjoy superb views to the countryside and the Whiddon Deer Park. It is about 1.5 miles outside Chagford but is close enough to enjoy all the benefits of the excellent amenities without the bustle. Chagford offers a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, cafes, restaurants and four pubs. There is a primary school, pre school and Montessori, a Parish church, Roman Catholic church and a chapel. The area is criss crossed with riverside, countryside and nearby moorland walks and there is game fishing on the nearby River Teign. The A30 dual carriageway is just a 3.5 miles drive and Exeter is about 18 miles away.
Built about thirteen years ago, this bright and spacious porch is a fine addition to the house and it has a double panel radiator. There are four downlighters, a slate tiled floor with a mat well, six power points and a fully glazed door to the dining/reception hall.
A dual purpose space for both receiving guests and dining. It has a Minster open fireplace and hearth, picture rails, six wall light points and a pendant light point. A broad window looks out over the garden to the Whiddon Deer Park. The floor is oak strip and matches the staircase which has an understairs cupboard. There are two double panel radiators and original Arts and Crafts style doors lead to the sitting room and to the study, at the front of the house, in what was the original entrance porch. An archway leads to the kitchen.
Presently used as a fishing fly tying room but could be used as a study. It is slate floored with an original leaded window which has secondary double glazing. There is a ceiling mounted double spotlight fitment and a single panel radiator.
This is a bright room with two large windows and a fully glazed matching door to the patio and garden at the side. The windows and door enjoy views over the garden and fields, Castle Drogo and Whiddon Deer Park. This spacious room has picture rails, an original wood beam, four wall light points, a slate hearth and fitted wood burning stove set in front of a contemporary style fireplace. There are two double panel radiators, a satellite aerial point and twelve power points. A fully glazed door leads into the study/bedroom 4.
This is part of the earlier extension to the house 15 years ago and is a most useful flexible space ideal as a study or a bedroom. It has double doors to the garden at the side and a further matching window to the rear of the house. The floor is slate and there are two wall light points and a spotlight fitment. This room is adjacent to the wet room and would be an ideal guest room or bedroom for a dependent relative.
This is a modern fitted kitchen with a cream coloured oil fired Aga and granite work surfaces with worktop lighting and tiled splashbacks. There is a good range of kitchen cabinets with base and wall units with decorative pelmets and limed ash drawer fronts and doors. The units incorporate a single drainer double bowl stainless steel corner sink with a chromed mixer tap, a built in dishwasher and microwave. There are spaces for a freestanding electric cooker and an upright fridge/freezer. There is a breakfast bar with downlighters set above it. In all there are ten ceiling downlighters. In the centre of the kitchen is a matching island unit with a double power point. There is a slate floor and a broad window looks out to the driveway at the side of the house. A pair of fully glazed double doors lead into the sitting room.
This is slate floored and leads to the rear door where there is space for coats and boots and a door to the exterior. There are three wall light points and doors to the study/bedroom 4, utility room and wet room/w.c.
A broad window looks out to the driveway. There is a range of fitted base and wall units with a wood effect roll top work surface, into which is fitted a single drainer stainless steel bowl with separate drainer and a chromed mixer tap. There is space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, a dryer and for the oil fired Grant central heating boiler installed in May 2018. Circuit breakers and an RCD are wall mounted, there is a slate floor and two downlighters.
The floor is slate throughout with a drain beneath the Mira Elite 2 electric shower. There is a downlighter and extractor fan above. A polished granite shelf sits on white painted panelling that conceals all the pipework for the pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. and bidet. Splashbacks and the shower are white tiled and there is a shaver point, shaver/light, a single panel radiator, four further downlighters and an obscured window to the side.
The landing has original Arts and Crafts style waxed doors to all rooms and the airing cupboard which has an insulated cylinder an immersion heater and shelving. There is a further linen cupboard with shelving, a single panel radiator, a ceiling mounted spotlight and a hinged access hatch to the insulated loft space with a fitted ladder.
This bathroom has a high quality Karndean T98 floor, a bath with a painted side panel, tiled splashbacks, a granite side shelf and chromed taps. A matching shelf sits above the w.c., bidet and pedestal wash hand basin and conceals all the pipework. Above this are white tiled splashbacks and a fitted mirror, two wall light points and a shaver point. The shower cubicle is fully tiled with a fitted Mira Event XS electric shower unit and a glazed door. An extractor fan is fitted. There is a ceiling mounted spotlight and two other separate light fittings. There is a single panel radiator. The window looks across to fields.
This double room has a square bay window looking over the garden to the countryside and Whiddon Deer Park. Picture rails are fitted and there are two pendant light points. Fitted wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors separate the bedroom from the ensuite and there is an adjacent closet with shelves. A short passage leads to the ensuite shower room.
Fitted with a fully tiled shower with curved sliding doors, a pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c and a bidet. There is a chromed electric heated towel rail, shaver/light, extractor fan, a single panel radiator, a double window with views to the side over the countryside, a built in eaves cupboard and high quality Karndean T98 flooring.
A large bedroom with a rear facing bay window and window seats with storage, overlooking the fields and with a view to Nattadon and Meldon Hill. There is access to eaves storage areas and there are six wall light points, two single panel radiators and two double wardrobes with hanging rails and a hat shelf.
A double room with a square bay window overlooking the main garden and with a view to the Whiddon Deer park. Picture rails are fitted, as are a pendant light point, a double panel radiator and a built in eaves closet.
This is a smart timber framed building with two bays, a concrete floor, power with RCD and lighting. At the rear are two lockable spaces comprising a workshop measuring 12'5" x 5' 10" (3.78 x 1.78) and a store measuring 11'11" x 5'8" (3.63 x 1.72).
A gated access leads from the private driveway into the lower drive and up to the parking area in front of the open front garaging. A flight of steps with a wrought iron hand rail leads up to the porch and paths lead off into the gardens and round to the back and side of the house.
The lower garden is laid to lawn with a small wildlife pond and great views across the countryside to the Deer Park at Whiddon Down. The lawn is surrounded by shapely shrubs and plants with a great deal of colour throughout the year and a flight of steps runs up through the rose arbour and the retaining wall to the gravelled path which crosses the garden in front of the house just below the rockery. Set in the main garden is a large wooden garden shed with a gravelled sitting area adjacent with rose, clematis and jasmine planted at its edges. There are two water butts which feed into the pond and are also used for general garden watering.
This garden is gated and dog proof and rises gently along the side of the house to both the study/bedroom 4 and sitting room doors. It has shaped box hedges, stone retaining walls and a larger formal pond, a lime tree and an apple tree for shade and also has the old capped off well head which, though not currently used, still has water. There are two exterior light points and a pathway along the rear of the house to the rear lobby and to the driveway at the front of the house. There are waterproof power points (RCD protected) on all four exterior walls of the house to facilitate the use of power tools in the garden.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil by contract.
From Fowlers front doors turn right and go down and out of The Square into Southcombe Street and on into Lower Street, leaving the town past the brand new primary school. Continue for about a mile and on the right about 200 yards before the junction at Easton Cross is a private drive. Turn into this driveway and go to the far end where there is a gated entrance into Little Easton.