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3 Bedroom Cottage For Sale In Bradninch, Exeter, Ex5
3 bedroom cottage for sale in Bradninch, Exeter, EX5 12 1245000Dormans Estate Agents, Exeterrightmove
A delightful character cottage in the popular Duchy town of Bradninch. There is a very spacious open plan lounge diner with feature inglenook fireplace with woodburner and exposed ceiling beams, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom, three double bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside there is pretty enclosed rear garden. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Accommodation Comprising: - Wooden obscured glazed front door into:

Spacious Living/Dining Room - 7.24m (maximum) x 5.66m (maximum) (23'9" (maximum) - An extremely spacious room with impressive large inglenook style fireplace with wood burner. Two wooden beams, two gas central heating radiators, wood panelling, shelving recess, two PCVu double glazed sash windows to the front and wooden door through to:

Inner Hall - Stairs to the first floor landing and wooden door through to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 6.51m x 2.03m (21'4" x 6'7") - The kitchen is fitted with a range of base cupboards, drawers and level units and wood block work surface with tiled surrounds. There is a single bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Tiled flooring, gas central heating radiator and spot lighting. Gas cooker point with extractor hood over. Wooden door to the rear garden. Window to the side aspect and door to:

Downstairs Wc - Fitted with a low level WC, obscured window to the side aspect and gas central heating radiator.

First Floor Landing - Window to the side aspect, gas central heating radiator and doors to:

Bedroom 1 - 4.14m x 4.15m (13'6" x 13'7") - PVCu double glazed sash window to the front aspect, telephone point and door to:

Dressing Room - Hatch to roof space, wall mounted gas boiler serving gas central heating and hot water, door to the hallway.

Bedroom 2 - 3.22m x 3.83m (10'6" x 12'6") - PVCu double glazed sash window to the front aspect, gas central heating radiator, feature cast iron fireplace with wooden mantel.

Bedroom 3 - 3.98m x 2.38m (13'0" x 7'9") - PVCu double glazed window to the rear aspect, gas central heating radiator, built-in storage cupboards with further cupboard space above.

Bathroom - 2.59m maximum x 2.03m maximum (8'5" maximum x 6'7" - Curved shape room with panelled bath and glazed shower screen, chrome style mixer tap and shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC, tiled surrounds and flooring. Obscured window to the rear aspect, wood panelling and an extractor fan.

Outside - There is a separate enclosed rear garden with wood panelled fencing and is accessed via a wooden gate, with level artificial lawn, wooden summerhouse and paved patio area. The garden enjoys a good degree of privacy with walled surrounds and brick built garden store.

Directions - From the double mini roundabouts outside Dormans Pinhoe office, continue along the B3181 towards Cullompton. Take the left turning signposted Bradninch, continue over the railway line, following the road around and straight ahead into Hele Road. Continue along this road until you reach the junction and turn right. The property can be found on the left hand side.

Council Tax - B

Area - Bradninch - The Duchy of Cornwall town of Bradninch offers a wide range of amenities including pre school and primary school, shop, post office, doctors surgery and Inns. There is a regular bus route between Exeter and Cullompton. The Cathedral city of Exeter is approximately 9 miles south and the larger market town of Cullompton is 2 miles to the north. Cullompton has a good selection of shopping, banking, scholastic and recreational facilities and there is easy access to the M5 motorway (Junction 28).

2 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Peter Street, Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, Ex5
2 bedroom detached house for sale in Peter Street, Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, EX5 10 1275000Seddons, Cullomptonrightmove
A charming, detached cottage lying in the centre of Bradninch, a short step from the Spar/post office, church and local pubs. An ideal location for commuting to Exeter or via the M5/Tiverton Parkway Station.

This fine cottage offers very comfortable accommodation with well-proportioned rooms and some classic original features. Whilst retaining its inherent charm, it is very well appointed with a modern kitchen, en suite shower room and bath/shower room, all in a sympathetic style, and gas central heating provides a lovely warm, relaxing atmosphere.

The cottage overlooks its walled front garden, with a range of established plants, and on approach, there are two, brick paved parking spaces, which could be gated if preferred. To the rear, there is a small courtyard area and a wood framed garden room requiring some updating.

Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.

Bradninch has a good range of local amenities including a Spar convenience store and post office, a short step from the property, with a bus stop outside with regular services to Exeter and around Mid Devon. There is a popular primary school (rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted), and local pubs, recreation facilities, a doctor’s practice and churches. Exeter, the M5 motorway and rail links (Paddington in c. 2 hours) are all within easy reach, so the town is ideal for those wishing to commute. Alternatively, the house offers plenty of space for a home office, perhaps set up in the garden room!

Exeter c. 11 miles.
Cullompton/Junction 28 M5 c. 3 miles.
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 9 miles.
Taunton c. 28 miles.

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

3 Bedroom End Of Terrace House For Sale In Landunvez Place, Bradninch, Ex5
3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale in Landunvez Place, Bradninch, EX5 20 1295000Thorne & Carter, Cullomptonrightmove

This lovely end of terrace modern family home is situated on the outskirts of the Duchy town of Bradninch and enjoys a wonderful open outlook over the surrounding countryside and nature reserve. The ground floor comprises a hall with W.C., kitchen/dining room, and a spacious sitting room. The first floor offers a principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, a further double bedroom and a single, along with a family bathroom. Outside is an absolute delight, with the sunny rear garden enjoying an open outlook. There is also a single garage and driveway parking. An early inspection is advised for those seeking a lovely village home with exceptional walks right on your doorstep.

Within a short walk of the Post Office Stores and Duchy primary school with frequent bus service to Exeter and Cullompton with its range of High Street Shops and Supermarkets. Cullompton also offers secondary schooling, two doctors surgeries, library and sports centre. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The thriving Cathedral City of Exeter lies about 20 minutes to the south with its extensive High Street Shops, Princesshay Shopping Mall and many leisure pursuits. The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the spectacular National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with the north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.

  • Lovely end of terrace home

  • Edge of popular Duchy town

  • Superb rural views

  • Kitchen/Dining Room

  • Sitting Room

  • Hall with W.C.

  • Principal Bedroom with En-Suite

  • Two further Bedrooms

  • Family Bathroom

  • Private sunny Garden

  • Garage and driveway parking

  • Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage

  • 9 miles Exeter, 21 miles Taunton

  • Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 8 miles

  • EPC rating to be advised

On the Ground Floor

Part glazed heavy timber front door to

Hall with stairs leading to first floor, Amtico timber effect flooring, radiator, under stairs storage drawers.

W.C. with white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, window, continuation of Amtico timber effect flooring, radiator.

Kitchen/Dining Room a lovely family room opening out onto the rear garden, fully fitted kitchen with alder wood units, comprising a generous array of both wall and base mounted cupboards, laminate roll edge worktop with inset stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink, inset four ring gas hob with extractor fan over, inset double oven and microwave, integrated fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, integrated washing machine, tile effect vinyl flooring, plenty of space for generous family dining table, radiator, downlighting.

Sitting Room a generous family room with dual aspect, spanning the entire depth of the house and enjoying a superb outlook over rear garden and surrounding countryside, French doors to rear garden, understairs storage cupboard, feature gas fireplace, two radiators.

On the First Floor

Landing lit by flank window with access to loft, airing cupboard with slatted shelving and hanging rail, radiator.

Bedroom 1 a generous double room with superb outlook over surrounding countryside and nature reserve, built-in double wardrobe, radiator.

En-Suite white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, shower cubicle with glass shower door and mains mixer shower, shaver point, outlook over countryside, extractor fan, tile effect flooring.

Bedroom 2 another double room with superb outlook over nature reserve and surrounding countryside, radiator.

Bedroom 3 a single room with outlook to the front, currently used as a Home Office, radiator.

Family Bathroom white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, panel bath with tiled walls and mains mixer shower over, tile effect flooring, shaver point, window, radiator, extractor fan.

Outside

To the rear of the property is a quite delightful rear garden that has been laid predominantly to lawn with areas of beautiful established shrubs. The whole is fully enclosed by perimeter walling and fencing and takes in a lovely sunny aspect. Adjoining the house is an area of patio providing a excellent space for alfresco entertaining. The property is situated right at the end of the development and has no housing beyond it, meaning the garden is remarkably private. A pedestrian access gate provides rear access and just across the communal driveway is the Single Garage situated under a neighbouring coachhouse. The garage benefits from an up and over door and light and power.

3 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale In High Street, Bradninch, Exeter, Ex5
3 bedroom terraced house for sale in High Street, Bradninch, Exeter, EX5 26 1300000Seddons, Cullomptonrightmove
*Watch the Video Tour* Considering a move to Mid Devon? Need plenty of space to work from home and quick motorway/rail access? This house is located 11 miles north of Exeter and offers it all, with a large garden.

This fine period house used to be two cottages, numbers 5 and 7 High Street, which were converted into one some years ago.

The spacious accommodation is in very clean and comfortable order, with a fitted kitchen and gas central heating, so is ready to occupy, but would benefit from some updating to taste.

In the past, the roof of the house has been 'turnerised'. This is a process used when roofs have started to deteriorate, and they are covered with a plastic mesh and coated in bitumen to extend their life. Unfortunately, this process is not favoured by mortgage companies, so we are only considering interest from buyers with cash funds at this stage. Seddons have an estimate on file for replacement of the roof.

Behind the house, there is a lovely mature garden, which extends quite a distance from the property, offering peace and seclusion and a haven for any keen gardener.

Parking for the property is informally on the side of the road in High Street or adjoining roads.

Bradninch has a good range of local amenities including a Spar convenience store and post office, almost opposite the house, with a bus stop outside with regular services to Exeter and around Mid Devon. There is a popular primary school (rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted), and local pubs, recreation facilities, a doctor’s practice and churches. Exeter, the M5 motorway and rail links (Paddington in c. 2 hours) are all within easy reach, so the town is ideal for those wishing to commute. Alternatively, the house offers plenty of space for a home office, perhaps set up in the garden room!

Exeter c. 11 miles.
Cullompton/Junction 28 M5 c. 3 miles.
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 9 miles.
Taunton c. 28 miles.

Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.

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

3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Townlands, Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, Ex5
3 bedroom detached house for sale in Townlands, Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, EX5 10 1315000Seddons, Cullomptonrightmove
*Watch the Video Tour* A modern, detached family home in this popular Duchy town, close to the primary school. Good local amenities and quick access to Exeter and the motorway network, ideal for commuting, or working from home.

This fine modern property was built about 9 years ago by a renowned local developer and occupies a convenient location in the popular Duchy of Cornwall town of Bradninch.

The house offers light and spacious accommodation with a separate dining and sitting room, generous kitchen and downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs, there are three generous bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Built to an energy efficient specification (EPC rated B), there are the benefits of uPVC double glazing, gas central heating and good insulation.

On approach, there are two, side by side parking spaces, and garden to the side and rear of the house, with a sunny, southerly aspect.

Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.

Bradninch has a good range of local amenities including a Spar convenience store and post office, with a bus stop outside with regular services to Exeter and around Mid Devon. There is a popular primary school near the house (rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted), and local pubs, recreation facilities, a doctor’s practice and churches. Exeter, the M5 motorway and rail links (Paddington in c. 2 hours) are all within easy reach, so the town is ideal for those wishing to commute. Alternatively, the house offers plenty of space for a home office, perhaps set up in the third bedroom.

Exeter c. 11 miles.
Cullompton/Junction 28 M5 c. 3 miles.
Tiverton Parkway Station c. 9 miles.
Taunton c. 28 miles.

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

7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, Ex5
7 bedroom detached house for sale in Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, EX5 30 12500000Knight Frank, Exeterrightmove
According to the listing, The Manor House was built in 1547 for Peter Sainthill, a local MP. The house has evolved over the years and was extended in the 17th century when the cross wings were added. In the 18th century the hall was remodelled and The Manor House now stands as an elegant country residence with a superb approach, wonderful views over its lake and surrounded by magical gardens.

First impressions are excellent and the 18th century dining hall sets the tone for the rest of the house in terms of proportions, detailing and comfort. There is space for a large dining table, ensuring this is an ideal room for entertaining, with stunning views over the terrace garden, front lawn and lake.

Perhaps the most important room on the ground floor is the 16th century 'Job' room, an exceptionally well preserved drawing room with a decorative plaster ceiling with pomegranate panels and oak panelling throughout. The overmantle to the stone fireplace forms the focal point of the room, intricately carved with a narrative of episodes from Job's trials and tribulations. Next to the 'Job' room is the library, which is an ideal space for a home office or study.

The extensive improvements made by the current owners have brought The Manor House firmly into the 21st century whilst maintaining the abundance of character. This is particularly noticeable in the finish of kitchen and bathrooms, which are all extremely high quality.

The staircase hall centres around the grand 16th century dog-leg staircase leading to the master bedroom suite and adjacent guest bedroom. The master bedroom is of particular note, on a grand scale with views over the lake and surrounding countryside, a barrelled ceiling and newly refurbished en suite shower room. The master bedroom is known as The King Charles Room as the King slept there during a visit in 1644. The principal guest room is of impressive proportions, with a curved staircase leading to a mezzanine shower room, finished to exacting standards.

A long corridor leads to the additional bedroom accommodation and family bathroom. There are four further bedrooms, all of excellent proportions and one of which has an en suite shower room. On the second floor in a self-contained apartment, ideal for a live in nanny or housekeeper or additional guest accommodation.

The gardens at The Manor House are beautifully designed, fully established and give the property a sense of privacy that is rare for an edge of village house. Immediately in front of the house is a terrace for outdoor dining, beyond which is a large swathe of lawn leading to the lake. The grounds extend to around 7 acres, although it gives the impression of being much larger thanks to the abundance of mature trees, variety of plants and gently undulating ground. A majestic Lucombe Oak has pride of place over the garden, and is understood to be one of the oldest of its kind. On the south side of the house is an established rose garden, through which a path leads to the back of the house where there is west facing terrace and lawn with direct access to the indoor swimming pool.

Owing to our commitment to keep both our colleagues and clients safe, we have many guided virtual viewing options available to you. These include video walkthroughs, 360 virtual reality tours and enhanced comprehensive photography, our teams will be happy to walk you through.


Tiverton Parkway 8.5 miles (London Paddington 2 hours), Exeter 12 miles

Wrought iron electric gates open into a sweeping private driveway, revealing views of the impressive symmetrical southeast façade with sash windows. The drive sweeps around between the front of the house and the lake, to a neatly positioned parking and turning area.

The Manor House, which is Grade I Listed, sits in a private position on the edge of the picturesque village of Bradninch. Just 12 miles from the centre of Exeter, this popular village offers a good selection of local amenities including a village store and post

3 Bed End Terrace House For Sale
3 bed end terrace house for sale 20 1295000Thorne & Carterzoopla
This lovely end of terrace modern family home is situated on the outskirts of the Duchy town of Bradninch and enjoys a wonderful open outlook over the surrounding countryside and nature reserve. The ground floor comprises a hall with W.C., kitchen/dining room, and a spacious sitting room. The first floor offers a principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, a further double bedroom and a single, along with a family bathroom. Outside is an absolute delight, with the sunny rear garden enjoying an open outlook. There is also a single garage and driveway parking. An early inspection is advised for those seeking a lovely village home with exceptional walks right on your doorstep.

Within a short walk of the Post Office Stores and Duchy primary school with frequent bus service to Exeter and Cullompton with its range of High Street Shops and Supermarkets. Cullompton also offers secondary schooling, two doctors surgeries, library and sports centre. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The thriving Cathedral City of Exeter lies about 20 minutes to the south with its extensive High Street Shops, Princesshay Shopping Mall and many leisure pursuits. The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the spectacular National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with the north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.



  • Lovely end of terrace home



  • Edge of popular Duchy town



  • Superb rural views



  • Kitchen/Dining Room



  • Sitting Room



  • Hall with W.C.



  • Principal Bedroom with En-Suite



  • Two further Bedrooms



  • Family Bathroom



  • Private sunny Garden



  • Garage and driveway parking



  • Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage



  • 9 miles Exeter, 21 miles Taunton



  • Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 8 miles



  • EPC rating to be advised



On the Ground Floor

Part glazed heavy timber front door to

Hall with stairs leading to first floor, Amtico timber effect flooring, radiator, under stairs storage drawers.

W.C. with white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, window, continuation of Amtico timber effect flooring, radiator.

Kitchen/Dining Room a lovely family room opening out onto the rear garden, fully fitted kitchen with alder wood units, comprising a generous array of both wall and base mounted cupboards, laminate roll edge worktop with inset stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink, inset four ring gas hob with extractor fan over, inset double oven and microwave, integrated fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, integrated washing machine, tile effect vinyl flooring, plenty of space for generous family dining table, radiator, downlighting.

Sitting Room a generous family room with dual aspect, spanning the entire depth of the house and enjoying a superb outlook over rear garden and surrounding countryside, French doors to rear garden, understairs storage cupboard, feature gas fireplace, two radiators.

On the First Floor

Landing lit by flank window with access to loft, airing cupboard with slatted shelving and hanging rail, radiator.

Bedroom 1 a generous double room with superb outlook over surrounding countryside and nature reserve, built-in double wardrobe, radiator.

En-Suite white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, shower cubicle with glass shower door and mains mixer shower, shaver point, outlook over countryside, extractor fan, tile effect flooring.

Bedroom 2 another double room with superb outlook over nature reserve and surrounding countryside, radiator.

Bedroom 3 a single room with outlook to the front, currently used as a Home Office, radiator.

Family Bathroom white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, panel bath with tiled walls and mains mixer shower over, tile effect flooring, shaver point, window, radiator, extractor fan.

Outside

To the rear of the property is a quite delightful rear garden that has been laid predominantly to lawn with areas of beautiful established shrubs. The whole is fully enclosed by perimeter walling and fencing and takes in a lovely sunny aspect. Adjoining the house is an area of patio providing a excellent space for alfresco entertaining. The property is situated right at the end of the development and has no housing beyond it, meaning the garden is remarkably private. A pedestrian access gate provides rear access and just across the communal driveway is the Single Garage situated under a neighbouring coachhouse. The garage benefits from an up and over door and light and power.
7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Parsonage Street, Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, Ex5
7 bedroom detached house for sale in Parsonage Street, Bradninch, Exeter, Devon, EX5 27 12500000Strutt & Parker, Exeterrightmove
The Manor House is Grade I listed and according to the listing was built in 1547 for Peter Sainthill, a local MP. The house has evolved over the years, and was extended in the 17th century when the cross wings were added. In the 18th century the hall was remodelled and The Manor House now stands as an elegant country residence with a superb approach, wonderful views over its lake and surrounded by magical gardens.

First impressions are excellent and the 18th century dining hall sets the tone for the rest of the house in terms of proportions, detailing and comfort. Pevsner described the dining hall as ‘a noble, restrained, classical room’ and there are two magnificent pillars on one side, as well as panelling and cornicing. There is space for a large dining table, ensuring this is an ideal room for entertaining, with stunning views over the terrace garden, front lawn and lake.

Perhaps the most important room on the ground floor is the 16th century ‘Job’ room, an exceptionally well-preserved drawing room with a decorative plaster ceiling with pomegranate panels and oak panelling throughout. The overmantle to the stone fireplace forms the focal point of the room, intricately carved with a narrative of episodes from Job’s trials and tribulations. There are large stained glass windows ensuring optimum natural light. Next to the ‘Job’ room is the library, which is an ideal space for a home office or study.

Noticeable throughout is the manageable and welcoming feel of this home and the improvements that have been made under the tenure of the current owners have brought The Manor House firmly into the 21st century whilst maintaining the abundance of character. This is particularly noticeable in the finish of kitchen and bathrooms, which are all extremely high quality.

The proportions throughout the house are impressive, even in the practical elements to the rear of the house where a large utility room can be found along with an extensive cellar containing a home office / games room and separate wine storage. Beyond this is the indoor swimming pool with direct access to the privately positioned terrace and lawn area to the rear of the house.

The staircase hall centres around the grand 16th century dog-leg staircase leading to the master bedroom suite and adjacent guest bedroom. The master bedroom is of particular note, on a grand scale with views over the lake and surrounding countryside, a barrelled ceiling and newly refurbished en suite shower room. The master bedroom is known as The King Charles Room as the King slept there during a visit in 1644. The principal guest room is of impressive proportions, with a curved staircase leading to a mezzanine shower room, finished to exacting standards.

A long corridor leads to the additional bedroom accommodation and family bathroom. There are four further bedrooms, all of excellent proportions and one of which has an en suite shower room.

On the second floor in a self-contained apartment, ideal for a live in nanny or housekeeper or additional guest accommodation. There is a kitchen / dining room, sitting room, one bedroom and bathroom. Access is via the secondary staircase.

Services: Unusually for a Grade I listed house, The Manor House is connected to mains services for gas, electricity, water and drainage. Fibre-optic broadband.

Local Authority: Mid Devon District Council. Devon County Council.

Wrought iron electric gates open into a sweeping private driveway, revealing views of the impressive symmetrical southeast façade with sash windows. The drive sweeps around between the front of the house and the lake, to a neatly positioned parking and turning area.

The Manor House sits in a private position on the edge of the picturesque village of Bradninch. Just 12 miles from the centre of Exeter, this popular village offers a good selection of local amenities including a village store and post office, two pubs and an excellent local school. More extensive facilities can be found in Cullompton, about 3 miles north of The Manor House.

The Cathredral City of Exeter is the regional centre and has an excellent selection of shopping facilities, ranging from independent boutiques to large supermarkets. The Princesshay shopping centre also offers a wide range of cafes, shops and restaurants and further dining options can be found at the historic quayside.

There are some excellent schools in the area, including Blundell’s at Tiverton, Exeter School, The Maynard in Exeter and Exeter Cathedral School.

The nearby Killerton Estate which has 4,000 acres of woodland owned by The National Trust, is a haven for walking and riding enthusiasts.

Communications in the area are superb, with junction 28 of the M5 motorway approximately 3 miles away from The Manor House. There are regular rail services to London Paddington from Tiverton Parkway and Exeter St David’s.

The Manor House is complemented by a range of attractive and practical outbuildings. The garages have been newly constructed around a large stable yard and there are also three stables and a tack room.

The gardens at The Manor House are beautifully designed, fully established and give the property a sense of privacy that is rare for an edge of village house. Immediately in front of the house is a terrace for outdoor dining, beyond which is a large swathe of lawn leading to the lake.

The grounds extend to around 7 acres, although it gives the impression of being much larger thanks to the abundance of mature trees, variety of plants and gently undulating ground. A majestic Lucombe Oak has pride of place over the garden, and is understood to be one of the oldest of its kind. Paths have been expertly cut through the gardens, with various seating areas to relax and enjoy a drink. A bridge leads over the stream, which runs all year round and the path carries on up a gentle slope to a horse shoe shaped seating area with a direct view of the old oak tree on the other side of the garden. From here, the pathways run parallel with the stream, past the pond with pontoon into a productive vegetable garden behind the garaging. Set in an elevated position above the vegetable garden and with views over all the grounds is the summer house.

On the south side of the house is an established rose garden, through which a path leads to the back of the house where there is west facing terrace and lawn with direct access to the swimming pool.
3 Bedroom Cottage For Sale In Bradninch, Exeter, Ex5
3 bedroom cottage for sale in Bradninch, Exeter, EX5 12 1245000Dormans Estate Agents, Exeterrightmove
A delightful character cottage in the popular Duchy town of Bradninch. There is a very spacious open plan lounge diner with feature inglenook fireplace with woodburner and exposed ceiling beams, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom, three double bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside there is pretty enclosed rear garden. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Accommodation Comprising: - Wooden obscured glazed front door into:

Spacious Living/Dining Room - 7.24m (maximum) x 5.66m (maximum) (23'9" (maximum) - An extremely spacious room with impressive large inglenook style fireplace with wood burner. Two wooden beams, two gas central heating radiators, wood panelling, shelving recess, two PCVu double glazed sash windows to the front and wooden door through to:

Inner Hall - Stairs to the first floor landing and wooden door through to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 6.51m x 2.03m (21'4" x 6'7") - The kitchen is fitted with a range of base cupboards, drawers and level units and wood block work surface with tiled surrounds. There is a single bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Tiled flooring, gas central heating radiator and spot lighting. Gas cooker point with extractor hood over. Wooden door to the rear garden. Window to the side aspect and door to:

Downstairs Wc - Fitted with a low level WC, obscured window to the side aspect and gas central heating radiator.

First Floor Landing - Window to the side aspect, gas central heating radiator and doors to:

Bedroom 1 - 4.14m x 4.15m (13'6" x 13'7") - PVCu double glazed sash window to the front aspect, telephone point and door to:

Dressing Room - Hatch to roof space, wall mounted gas boiler serving gas central heating and hot water, door to the hallway.

Bedroom 2 - 3.22m x 3.83m (10'6" x 12'6") - PVCu double glazed sash window to the front aspect, gas central heating radiator, feature cast iron fireplace with wooden mantel.

Bedroom 3 - 3.98m x 2.38m (13'0" x 7'9") - PVCu double glazed window to the rear aspect, gas central heating radiator, built-in storage cupboards with further cupboard space above.

Bathroom - 2.59m maximum x 2.03m maximum (8'5" maximum x 6'7" - Curved shape room with panelled bath and glazed shower screen, chrome style mixer tap and shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC, tiled surrounds and flooring. Obscured window to the rear aspect, wood panelling and an extractor fan.

Outside - There is a separate enclosed rear garden with wood panelled fencing and is accessed via a wooden gate, with level artificial lawn, wooden summerhouse and paved patio area. The garden enjoys a good degree of privacy with walled surrounds and brick built garden store.

Directions - From the double mini roundabouts outside Dormans Pinhoe office, continue along the B3181 towards Cullompton. Take the left turning signposted Bradninch, continue over the railway line, following the road around and straight ahead into Hele Road. Continue along this road until you reach the junction and turn right. The property can be found on the left hand side.

Council Tax - B

Area - Bradninch - The Duchy of Cornwall town of Bradninch offers a wide range of amenities including pre school and primary school, shop, post office, doctors surgery and Inns. There is a regular bus route between Exeter and Cullompton. The Cathedral city of Exeter is approximately 9 miles south and the larger market town of Cullompton is 2 miles to the north. Cullompton has a good selection of shopping, banking, scholastic and recreational facilities and there is easy access to the M5 motorway (Junction 28).

3 Bedroom End Of Terrace House For Sale In Landunvez Place, Bradninch, Ex5
3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale in Landunvez Place, Bradninch, EX5 20 1295000Thorne & Carter, Cullomptonrightmove

This lovely end of terrace modern family home is situated on the outskirts of the Duchy town of Bradninch and enjoys a wonderful open outlook over the surrounding countryside and nature reserve. The ground floor comprises a hall with W.C., kitchen/dining room, and a spacious sitting room. The first floor offers a principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, a further double bedroom and a single, along with a family bathroom. Outside is an absolute delight, with the sunny rear garden enjoying an open outlook. There is also a single garage and driveway parking. An early inspection is advised for those seeking a lovely village home with exceptional walks right on your doorstep.

Within a short walk of the Post Office Stores and Duchy primary school with frequent bus service to Exeter and Cullompton with its range of High Street Shops and Supermarkets. Cullompton also offers secondary schooling, two doctors surgeries, library and sports centre. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown Hills being designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The thriving Cathedral City of Exeter lies about 20 minutes to the south with its extensive High Street Shops, Princesshay Shopping Mall and many leisure pursuits. The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the spectacular National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with the north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.

  • Lovely end of terrace home

  • Edge of popular Duchy town

  • Superb rural views

  • Kitchen/Dining Room

  • Sitting Room

  • Hall with W.C.

  • Principal Bedroom with En-Suite

  • Two further Bedrooms

  • Family Bathroom

  • Private sunny Garden

  • Garage and driveway parking

  • Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage

  • 9 miles Exeter, 21 miles Taunton

  • Tiverton Parkway Railway Station 8 miles

  • EPC rating to be advised

On the Ground Floor

Part glazed heavy timber front door to

Hall with stairs leading to first floor, Amtico timber effect flooring, radiator, under stairs storage drawers.

W.C. with white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, window, continuation of Amtico timber effect flooring, radiator.

Kitchen/Dining Room a lovely family room opening out onto the rear garden, fully fitted kitchen with alder wood units, comprising a generous array of both wall and base mounted cupboards, laminate roll edge worktop with inset stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink, inset four ring gas hob with extractor fan over, inset double oven and microwave, integrated fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, integrated washing machine, tile effect vinyl flooring, plenty of space for generous family dining table, radiator, downlighting.

Sitting Room a generous family room with dual aspect, spanning the entire depth of the house and enjoying a superb outlook over rear garden and surrounding countryside, French doors to rear garden, understairs storage cupboard, feature gas fireplace, two radiators.

On the First Floor

Landing lit by flank window with access to loft, airing cupboard with slatted shelving and hanging rail, radiator.

Bedroom 1 a generous double room with superb outlook over surrounding countryside and nature reserve, built-in double wardrobe, radiator.

En-Suite white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, shower cubicle with glass shower door and mains mixer shower, shaver point, outlook over countryside, extractor fan, tile effect flooring.

Bedroom 2 another double room with superb outlook over nature reserve and surrounding countryside, radiator.

Bedroom 3 a single room with outlook to the front, currently used as a Home Office, radiator.

Family Bathroom white suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, panel bath with tiled walls and mains mixer shower over, tile effect flooring, shaver point, window, radiator, extractor fan.

Outside

To the rear of the property is a quite delightful rear garden that has been laid predominantly to lawn with areas of beautiful established shrubs. The whole is fully enclosed by perimeter walling and fencing and takes in a lovely sunny aspect. Adjoining the house is an area of patio providing a excellent space for alfresco entertaining. The property is situated right at the end of the development and has no housing beyond it, meaning the garden is remarkably private. A pedestrian access gate provides rear access and just across the communal driveway is the Single Garage situated under a neighbouring coachhouse. The garage benefits from an up and over door and light and power.

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