Sampford Peverell, Tiverton, Devon

Guide Price £725,000
5 Beds
3 Bathrooms
  • No Onward Chain
  • A large, detached village house
  • Glorious views
  • Quiet end of cul-de-sac position
  • Sitting room & dining room
  • Kitchen breakfast room, utility & cloakroom
  • 5 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms
  • Double garage & plenty of parking
  • Popular village location
  • Uffculme Secondary School catchment

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T. 01884 253500

Full Property Details

First sold by Millwood Homes in 2007, 6 Home Orchard is one of only two of this design, known as the ‘Dainton’, built on this small development of 10 properties.

This is a large house and of particular note is the view, facing south, out and over adjoining farmland. The balcony to the master bedroom suite takes full advantage of the view and is a wonderful place to relax.

The centre of the village is within walking distance where there are various social clubs and activities to join in, the Canal towpath, which is close by, provides some lovely walks, and the Primary School is just up the road, a feeder school into the highly regarded, Uffculme Secondary School. Transport links are excellent and within easy reach.

Found at the end of this quiet cul-de-sac, a gated drive provides plenty of parking alongside the twin garages. The block paved drive leads to the front door. A wide entrance hall welcomes you in, the view down the hall, through the sitting room door, out and beyond the garden gives you an idea of what a pleasant position this house occupies.

It feels like an understatement to suggest a ‘kitchen breakfast room’ as there is space here for a medieval dining table, but the separate dining room offers up a more formal option or could be used as a large study. Back to the kitchen – an expanse of granite work surface sits over numerous drawers and cupboards; I would anticipate that you would be hard pressed to fill them all up! A gas fired range is included with the sale with 6 gas rings and a double electric oven. There is an integrated dishwasher, SMEG microwave and a fridge freezer, whilst the laundry goods are housed in the large utility room across the hall, where there is space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and an additional under counter appliance. A large cupboard takes care of where to put the hoover and other practical goods.

The sitting room is a comfortable size, with a steel wood burner, creating a focal point for the chillier evenings, but the main attraction to this room is the south facing open outlook across the garden to the adjoining fields. French doors open to a covered patio lying below the balcony above.

As mentioned previously, the dining room is a great size, would double as a study, a children’s playroom, or a second sitting room. French doors open to give access to the rear garden.

On the first floor, the master bedroom suite is most impressive, the main feature being the large balcony and far-reaching country views. The en-suite shower room has plenty of space with a large double shower cubicle, and there are built in wardrobes just opposite.

There are three more double bedrooms and a single bedroom, which could suit as a home office. The second bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. A family bathroom completes the first floor.

The garden enjoys a rural outlook, is level and of a manageable size. Being south facing, the garden enjoys a great deal of sunshine and if it gets too hot, there are secluded patio areas either side of the house. The block paved drive at the front offers up plenty of parking, and the twin garages are exceptionally useful.

Sampford Peverell is a very popular village lying only about a mile from Junction 27 of the M5 motorway, with its adjacent Parkway Rail Station (Paddington in about 2 hours). The village has a very active community and lies within the catchment of the very popular Uffculme Secondary School. The Grand Western Canal runs through the village, and there are some lovely walks along the towpath. There is a local store/post office, a pub, a historic old church, a primary school, a doctor's surgery/pharmacy, hairdresser, tennis courts, a 9-hole golf course and driving range, cricket, and football clubs.

There is a good shopping centre in Tiverton which is a thriving market town and provides excellent educational facilities including Blundells Independent School for boys and girls with its associated Blundells Preparatory School. Also in the town is Petroc College of further education and Tiverton High School. There is also a popular Golf Course, sports complex, and a hospital.

Mains electricity, gas, water, and drainage.


Council Tax:
Band F

Local Authority:
Mid Devon District Council

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