Higher Street, Cullompton, Devon

Guide Price £210,000
3 Beds
1 Bathroom
  • Well-proportioned, light accommodation
  • 3 generous bedrooms, one with en suite WC
  • Large sitting room with original fireplace
  • Dining/family room, open plan to kitchen
  • Downstairs bathroom with white suite
  • Gas central heating and double glazing
  • Established front and rear gardens
  • Rear garden with store sheds
  • Close to local amenities
  • Exeter and Taunton 20-30 minutes' drive

Cullompton Office

T. 01884 32100

Full Property Details

Wishcroft Terrace is believed to date back to the 1700's, with the front elevation reconfigured in the Victorian era. Number three offers typically spacious accommodation with two generous reception rooms, both with fireplaces. The sitting room has a classic, Victorian tiled, open fireplace and a feature bay window, and the dining room has a brick fireplace with a wood burner installed.
There are two storage cupboards in the dining room, one the understair cupboard, with a light, shelving and cloaks hooks, and another adjoining the bathroom.

This dining room is open through to the modern kitchen, which is fitted in white, with a fitted oven, hob and space for appliances, and a door to the rear garden. The bathroom adjoins the dining room and is fitted with a white suite, with a shower over the bath.

Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, the principal room a large double, and a further double room with an en suite with WC and washbasin. The third room is a spacious, but narrower room and has a cupboard on the landing outside.

On approach to the house, there is a small lawn garden, with flowering rose shrubs and a garden shed. There is a shared access to the rear gardens of the terrace, which can also be used by the neighbours, and steps and a gate lead up to number three's own garden, which is a good size, laid to lawn, with some established shrubs and borders, and at the far end, useful storage with two sheds.

Services: Mains gas, electricity, water, and drainage.
Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax: Band A
Local Authority: Mid Devon District Council

Cullompton has a range of shops, including an award-winning butcher's, Costa, Tesco, Aldi and Home Bargains supermarkets, and a popular coffee shop and wine bar, 'The Bakehouse'. Other amenities include a contemporary health centre, library, community centre, established doctor's surgeries, a veterinary practice, churches, sports clubs, pubs and recreation facilities.
From the town, there is a popular walk through the river meadows, adjoining the River Culm, and other routes along the town’s leat and surrounding country lanes.

Cullompton is ideally placed for commuting, with quick access to Exeter via J28 of the M5 or the B3181 main road through Broadclyst and Pinhoe. There are regular bus services through the town and rail links at Tiverton Parkway and Honiton stations, to Paddington and London Waterloo, respectively. The 'Falcon' coach service also stops in the town, providing economic travel between Plymouth and Bristol, with stops in between, including Bristol Airport.

Exeter c. 14 miles
Taunton c. 19 miles
Tiverton c. 7 miles
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 6 miles
Honiton c. 10 miles

Please see the floor plan for the dimensions. The internal photos were taken with a wide-angle lens to show more of the rooms.

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Floor Plan

Property Floor Plan

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