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This is a well maintained detached bungalow which has been extended to offer a dining room, a fourth bedroom and an extra shower room. The accommodation now comprises an entrance porch, hallway, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, a w.c., four bedrooms and two shower rooms. The property has full double glazing and mains gas central heating. The garden is lovely with a big patio, a lawn, rose beds, a barbeque and a summerhouse/shed.
No.37 is situated on a traffic free grassed area at the very end of Lamb Park in a cul de sac. The property enjoys a view to a wooded hillside over the garden fence at the rear and is positioned at the very edge of Chagford. The ancient stannary town of Chagford has a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, pubs, cafes and amenities. There is a primary school, pre school and Montessori, a parish church, Roman Catholic church and chapel and excellent sports facilities with a football and cricket pitch, sports pavilion with a gym, a bowling club, tennis club , skate park and an open air swimming pool in the summertime. From No.37, the bustling town square is only a few hundred paces and the town is surrounded by countryside, riverside and moorland walks. The A30 dual carriageway is just 5 miles away and Exeter is approximately 20 miles.
A Upvc double glazed side panel and door lead into the porch which has a built in cat flap, gas and electric meter boxes and an internal obscure glazed inner front door.
A good size hall and corridor which serves three bedrooms, sitting room and the kitchen as well as an airing cupboard and shower room and w.c. There is a concealed fuse box, two pendant light points, a smoke alarm, an airing cupboard with an insulated cylinder and shelving, a loft hatch to an insulated loft with some flooring and there is a double panel radiator.
This is fitted with a coloured suite of low level w.c. and a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, a shaver/light, a laminate slate effect floor, a Upvc double glazed obscure window and a built in boiler cupboard concealing a Vaillant gas fired central heating boiler.
This a bright and spacious room with large sliding Upvc double glazed doors to the garden patio, a fitted hearth and flue with a gas/coal fire, two pendant light points, a TV point and doors from the hall and kitchen and to the dining room. Over the top of the garden fence there is a view to a wooded hillside nearby.
A broad Upvc double glazed window looks out to the garden and patio, there are three wall light points, a double panel radiator and a pair of folding panelled doors to the guest bedroom/bedroom 4.
The kitchen has a broad Upvc double glazed window overlooking the green area at the front of the house and doors leads out to the side porch and hall. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall cabinets with splashbacks and extensive worktops incorporating a Neff 4 burner gas hob, a matching electric fan oven and a circulator hood and lighting above. There is some worktop lighting, wood trimmed doors and drawers, a single drainer stainless steel sink, drainer and mixer tap, a breakfast bar and space for an under counter fridge, a washing machine and the floor is laid with vinyl.
A most useful space with a front access door in Upvc and with double glazing, a Upvc double glazed side window, power and light. It has a single panel radiator.
A smart shower room with a step in shower with curved shower screen and door, a waterproof lined cubicle and matching shower room walls, an extractor fan/light and a built in chromed thermostatic shower. A contemporary style basin and low level w.c. are fitted, a shaver point, two LED downlighters, a plumbed heated chromed towel rail and a slate effect laminate tiled floor.
A rear facing double room with a Upvc double glazed window looking over the patio and garden to the wooded hillside beyond. A central spotlight cluster is fitted and a single panel radiator.
A rear facing double room with a Upvc window overlooking the patio and garden, a pendant light point and a single panel radiator.
A front facing room with a Upvc double glazed window overlooking the grassed area at the front of the house. Pendant light point, single panel radiator.
This has a fitted chest of drawers with a wood effect top, two spotlight clusters, a fitted dehumidifier, a Upvc double glazed window looking out to the garden, a single panel radiator and a sliding door to an ensuite shower room.
This room is fully tiled to floor and walls and has a shower area with a shower curtain rial and a fitted electric Mira Sport shower. A pedestal wash hand basin is fitted, a low level w.c., a shaver/light and a chromed heated towel rail and extractor fan. A Upvc door leads out into the garden and there is a matching window.
This is quite a large rear garden with a timber fence and views over the top to the wooded hillside at Chagford House. There is a large patio across the rear of the property and a generous lawn with rose borders and a low retaining wall between the paved path and lawn. Steps lead up to a higher level of lawn where there is a brick built barbeque and access to the summerhouse. A paved path leads up the side of the house to the front.
Timber built with a side window, double doors, power and light.
There is an area of communal grass to the front of the house and each of the four houses takes it upon themselves to look after the piece in front of their house.
A garage in block with a lockable metal up and over door and space for a single car in front.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
On foot from Fowlers - turn right out of Fowlers front doors and walk down The Square and on to Southecombe Street. When the road bears right it becomes Lower Street and you will walk down the road and take the first turning on the left which is signposted to the Roman Catholic Church. Pass the church and continue along the lane until on your right you will come to a tarmac path which leads into Lamb Park . Walk along the pavement and then take the second spur on the left and follow it to the very end where a path on the right leads up to No.37. By car - drive down out of The Square on to Southecombe Street which at the right hand bend becomes Lower Street. Follow the road through a pinch point and then take the next left into Lamb Park. Follow Lamb Park around to the left and then take the first right and follow the road to the very end where there are garages and the green. No.37 is to your right.