This modern detached house was built in the 1990s by Alford Homes and offers thoughtfully designed accommodation which has been particularly well maintained.
At the front there is a canopy porch and an entrance door to the hall, with a staircase to the first floor, a cloakroom and a cloaks cupboard. In the sitting room there is a front aspect window, a feature fireplace with a coal effect gas fire and an arched open entrance to the dining room, which leads to the conservatory at the rear. The kitchen has been refitted with a quality range of units with integral appliances, including an integral double oven, a ceramic hob, a filter hood, a dishwasher and there is a free standing fridge/freezer. There is also a window over looking the rear garden and a door to the utility room, which has been refitted with matching units. In the utility room there is a free standing washing machine, a tumble dryer and a door to the rear. On the first floor there is a landing with a hatch to the loft space and an airing cupboard. The master bedroom is a good size with a front aspect window, a built in double wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is a double room with a window at the rear and a built in wardrobe. In the third bedroom there is a window at the front and space for a double bed. The fourth bedroom has a window at the rear and is a single room. There is a family bathroom fitted with a white suite.
Outside, at the front there is a block paved drive and an integral garage with an electronically operated main door, a personal door at the side and a gas fired boiler. The front garden has a rockery area and shrubs. There is a side gate and a path to the rear. The main area of garden is enclosed at the rear and has a westerly aspect. It includes a lawned area, paving, a rockery area and a variety of flowers and shrubs. There is an area on one side with a wooden garden shed.
The property is in a select cul-de-sac, which is conveniently situated for access to the town centre. The country town of Bovey Tracey is on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park and offers a good range of amenities, with a number of shops, a library and a primary school, as well as doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries. A variety of recreational activities are available in the area, including walking, riding, fishing and golf. Around 2.5 miles from the town, at Heathfield, there is access to the A38 Devon Expressway, connecting to Exeter and the M5 motorway to the north and Plymouth to the south.
SERVICES All mains services. Gas central heating.
DIRECTIONS From the public carpark in Station Road, Bovey Tracey, turn right and proceed over the river bridge. Turn first right into Le Molay-Littry Way and then take the fifth turning left into The Oaks. Number 2 is the second property on the left hand side.