An extended four bedroom semi-detached family home situated in a quiet cul-de-sac.
A front entrance door opens to a hallway with a built-in cupboard and an understairs cupboard, cleverly designed to accommodate washing machine and tumble dryer, and access to a cloakroom. The sitting room has a large window overlooking the rear garden and an archway leads through to a wonderful kitchen/dining area. This is fitted with a modern range of units complete with integrated appliances and finished with an oak block worktop with induction hob and composite sink with drainer. Sliding patio doors to the rear of the dining area enable direct access to the garden. Adjoining the sitting room, there is a double aspect formal dining room, currently used as a spacious play room, with attractive window seat to side, fireplace (disused) and large double doors allowing easy access to the rear garden. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, one benefiting from being double aspect, and two single bedrooms alongside a modern family bathroom fitted with a white suite. Outside, to the front, there is a driveway approaching a single garage with up and over door, light, power and rafter storage. The front garden comprises of a rockery planted with a variety of shrubs, while steps lead down to the front door with a canopy porch over and a further door leads to a store with shelving, light and power. To the rear, the main area of garden has been laid to lawn whilst a patio runs along the rear of the property, allowing space for outdoor seating. The garden has a fenced surround, making it secure for children and pets, with raised beds containing a selection of small trees, plants and shrubs. A further area of garden to the rear of the garage offers space for a clothes line.The property is situated in a cul-de-sac in a popular development, around half a mile from the town centre and within walking distance of the local primary school. 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 a 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 car park in Station Road, Bovey Tracey, turn right and proceed over the river bridge. Continue up through the town past Union Square and at the town hall, turn left into Mary Street. Take the second turning left into Crockers Meadow and at the junction with Staddons View, continue straight ahead into Bonds Meadow. Follow the road around to the left and turn first left into Bullands Close.
This is an opportunity to acquire a spacious family home with a number of appealing features, in a popular development.