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40 Lower Street is set in a quiet spot, off road, yet close to amenities. It is a stone built cottage which is not listed and has been improved to offer cosy, gas centrally heated accommodation with double glazed windows. It shares an entrance with the neighbouring cottage and has a living room with a gas coal fire, a bijou but surprisingly well fitted kitchen, a ground floor shower room/w.c., whilst upstairs there is a bathroom and a double and single bedroom. At the front is a cottage garden and to the rear there is a small yard. This cottage is cosy and comfy. Fowlers recommend viewing.
This cottage is located just off Lower Street along a pedestrian path. It has a shared entrance pathway. The property is only about 250 metres from the bustling town square where there is a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, cafes and pubs. Chagford has a parish church, Roman Catholic church and a chapel, a primary school and pre-school, a Montessori school and a library. The town has a lively social round and a good arts scene and is surrounded by countryside, riverside and moorland walks. There is a sports pavilion, football and cricket pitch, a tennis club, bowling club, play park, skate park and an open air swimming pool in the summertime. The A30 dual carriageway is only 5 miles away and Exeter is about 20 miles.
At the top of the entrance pathway is an entrance lobby which has a front door to both No. 40 and No. 42. A Upvc front door leads into No. 40.
An attractive sitting room with a pine fireplace surround and a fitted gas coal fire above a pine framed hearth. A TV point is fitted, a leaded Upvc double glazed window looks out to the cottage garden and there is a pendant light and a vinyl wood effect floor. A double panel radiator is fitted and there is a door to the staircase and a doorway to the kitchen.
Just inside the doorway to the kitchen there is an understairs cupboard and the kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall cabinets with tiled splashbacks and roll top stone effect work tops incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink, a four burner gas hob with an electric fan oven beneath and a circulator hood and light above. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine. The floor is laid to stone effect vinyl and there are two ceiling mounted spotlight fitments. A doorway leads to the rear lobby.
A small lobby with a door to the shower room, an exterior Upvc double glazed window and a matching door to the yard. It has a stone effect vinyl floor.
This room is fitted with a ceramic tiled floor and has fully tiled walls. There is a plumbed heated towel rail and a ceiling mounted spotlight fixture. A glazed shower screen is fitted to the walk-in shower which has a built in thermostatic shower. There is also a low level w.c., a wash hand basin and a Upvc double glazed window.
A small landing with one painted wood panelled wall, a single panel radiator and panelled doors to both bedrooms and the bathroom.
A pleasant double bedroom with a large Upvc, leaded double glazed window overlooking the cottage garden. It has a fitted vanitary unit with an oval bowl inset in the vanitary surface and a toiletry cabinet and light above. The room has a large single panel radiator, a pendant light point and a range of built in wardrobes with the Worcester gas fired combi boiler concealed in the cupboard by the front wall. A further storage cupboard is recessed in to the opposite wall.
A modest single room with a Upvc double glazed rear window enjoying a view to the Teign Valley. There is a pendant light, an internal window allowing light to the stairwell and a single panel radiator.
Fitted with a white panelled bath and a low level w.c., shower/mixer taps, tiled bath/shower splashbacks, a wall mounted infra red heater and a single panel radiator.
The front garden is contained by a wooden post and rail fence and is gravelled for convenience with raised stone planters and a tall granite wall for climbing plants.
The rear yard is laid to concrete with a raised planter.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
From Fowlers front doors turn right and walk down The Square and into Southecombe Street. At the sharp right hand bend this becomes Lower Street and at the point where the road narrows take the left turn and immediately behind the houses that front onto Lower Street you will find the short pathway that leads to No.40.