Halberton, Tiverton, Devon

Guide Price £575,000
4 Beds
2 Bathrooms
  • No onward chain
  • Popular village location
  • Entrance hall with cloakroom
  • Kitchen
  • Utility room
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room
  • Study
  • Master bedroom with en suite
  • Three further bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Large attic storage
  • Wonderful rear garden
  • Double garage & parking

Tiverton Office

T. 01884 253500

Full Property Details

The house is located in the popular village of Halberton which lies about halfway between the busy market town of Tiverton (3½ miles) and junction 27 of the M5, and Parkway train station (2½ miles). Tiverton offers a range of amenities with a good shopping centre, sports facilities including a golf course, and excellent schooling including Blundells independent school. The village offers a great community, within which is a village hall, church, excellent farm shop, a pub, and a primary school. There are some lovely walks along the towpath of the canal, less than a ten-minute walk away.

This is one of ten properties built in a delightful little close approached via an archway off the main village street in Halberton. The house which is detached is set back from the road with an enclosed garden to the rear and on its south side.

The house offers extensive family accommodation which is well presented and has the benefit of gas central heating and double-glazed windows.

Upon entering the property into the entrance hall you'll sense a feeling of space. Doors lead to all ground floor rooms along with a wc. The modern kitchen has a range of wall and base units with a built-in fridge freezer, oven with hob and extractor above. A door leads to the utility room which has a continuation of the wall and base units matching the kitchen where there is a built-in washing machine and dishwasher. An external door leads to the rear garden. Leading off the kitchen is the dining room which is flooded with light from the French doors where some lovely views of the garden can be enjoyed.

The sitting room is the width of the house, with a window to front and French doors to the rear. A feature fireplace housing a gas fire gives a focal point to the room.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom is to the front of the property with an en-suite and built-in wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, two have built-in wardrobes. One bedroom is currently configured and used as a home office and second study.

The family bathroom comprises of a white suite. The bath has a shower over, wc and pedestal wash hand basin all within a tiled surround.
The attic is fully boarded, providing a large storage area with electric lighting throughout.

Outside, to the south and south-west of the rear of the house are lovely, secluded gardens, set on two levels, with lawns surrounded by well-stocked flower borders, mature trees and shrubs. In spring and summer, the whole landscaped garden area enjoys sunshine throughout the day. An archway at the end of the lower garden gives access to a small wooded area, beyond which is a belvedere providing views across open farmland and towards the Blackdown Hills beyond. Seating areas tucked away within the garden offer areas in which to relax, listen to the birds and enjoy this peaceful semi-rural environment. Meanwhile, a large patio area provides space for outside dining and entertaining. However, if the day or evening is chilly, the attractive summerhouse still provides an opportunity to enjoy being outside in the garden.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.

Council Tax: Band F

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