A spacious four/five bedroom chalet bungalow situated in a beautiful and tranquil location on the outskirts of Uplyme with lovely rural views all around. The property is situated at the end of a no through lane with a small number of other properties in a sheltered location and benefits from a large garden with adjoining hillside ground in all amounting to approx. 0.75 acres. The house, built in 1992, has been upgraded by the current owners and offers flexible accommodation including large lounge, kitchen, beautiful new conservatory, dining room, two ground floor bedrooms, one with en-suite (one currently a sitting room), study/bedroom 5, utility room and two large first floor bedrooms, one with large en-suite and walk-in wardrobe. Outside there is a paved driveway providing parking for at least 4 cars and a garage. The pretty landscaped gardens extend mainly to one side and comprise (leading out from the conservatory), a large slate paved patio, a level area of lawn, a large raised bed for growing produce and sloping landscaped area. Beyond this, a gate leads to the hillside ground from where there is a lovely view of the surrounding countryside and Cannington viaduct. The property benefits from uPVC double glazing, and LPG central heating to a modern boiler.
The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:
Two shallow steps with handrail up to timber half glazed front door with half glazed side panel into
Spacious hall with stairs rising to first floor. Store cupboard housing electricity fuses and immersion switch. Boiler cupboard housing Worcester LPG fired boiler for central heating and hot water with slatted shelving above. Wall mounted Honeywell thermostat. Smoke detector. Radiator.
LOUNGE - 4.15m (13'7") x 6.03m (19'9")
uPVC double glazed deep bay window to front with views over hedge. Stone fireplace fitted with multi fuel stove. TV point. Two wall lights. Dado rail. Coved ceiling. Laminate flooring. Two radiators. uPVC sliding patio doors to side leading to
CONSERVATORY - 4.95m (16'3") x 3.28m (10'9")
Dwarf brick wall, uPVC double glazed windows and pitched double glazed roof. French doors to the garden. Delightful outlook across the garden and to the nearby countryside. Two wall lights and ceiling light. Ceramic tiled floor.
DINING ROOM - 3.1m (10'2") x 3.96m (13'0")
uPVC double glazed window to front with views. Ceramic tiled floor. Radiator. Wide archway to
KITCHEN - 3.3m (10'10") x 3.95m (13'0")
uPVC double glazed window to front with views. The kitchen is fitted on two sides with a range of wall and base units and roll edged work surfaces. Corner display shelves. Under unit lighting. Inset stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit and drainer. Integrated appliances include: Diplomat electric double oven and grill; Zanussi LPG hob with filter hood above; Bosch dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Splashback tiling. Ceramic tiled floor. Open doorway to
UTILITY ROOM - 1.46m (4'9") x 2.55m (8'4")
Fitted with wall and base units and inset stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Extractor. Ceramic tiled floor. Door to
GARAGE - 3.29m (10'10") x 6.37m (20'11")
Up and over metal door to front. Door to rear leading to garden and parking area. Window to side and window to rear. Light and power.
BEDROOM - 3.16m (10'4") x 4.18m (13'9")
uPVC double glazed window to side. Radiator.
BEDROOM/STUDY - 3.27m (10'9") x 3.15m (10'4")
uPVC double glazed window to rear. Radiator.
BATHROOM - 2.4m (7'10") x 2.18m (7'2")
uPVC obscured double glazed window to rear. Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath, close coupled w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Shaver point. Full tiling to walls and floor. Ladder style heated towel rail.
BEDROOM/SITTING ROOM - 3.15m (10'4") x 4.46m (14'8")
Two uPVC double glazed windows to rear and one to side. uPVC double glazed sliding patio doors to conservatory. Telephone point. Radiator. Door to
uPVC obscured double glazed window to rear. Fitted with a white suite comprising large shower cubicle, close coupled w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Full tiling to walls and floor. Ladder style heated towel rail.
Small landing with large Velux window to rear with view to hillside ground.
Two large Velux windows to front with lovely countryside views. Deep shelf beneath. Eaves store cupboards. Partially sloping ceilings. Hatch to small loft space. Radiator. Door to
EN SUITE - 2.93m (9'7") x 2.42m (7'11")
uPVC double glazed window to side. Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath, close coupled w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Full tiling to walls and floor. Ladder style heated towel rail. Door to
With sliding doors, one with mirror. Eaves storage beyond.
uPVC double glazed window to side with views over garden. Large walk-in store cupboard. Eaves storage. Partially sloping ceilings. Radiator.
To one side of the house is a paved parking area providing parking for at least 4 vehicles. A path continues around the back of the house leading to the rear garage door and beyond. To the front is a path leading to the front entrance with pretty flower beds and a picket fence. To the other side of the house is the main garden. Immediately beside the house is a slate paved seating and barbeque area, with steps leading down to the lawn. The garden has been thoughtfully landscaped and is delightful with varied planting, hedging, shrubbery and flower beds, a small pond, a raised bed for growing produce and a greenhouse. Through another arch, a small path leads to a sloping landscaped area which in turn leads upwards to a small gate onto the upper ground. Part of the upper ground has been cleared to leave a grassy slope with a few trees including a particularly lovely Rowan. Beyond this is the remainder of the land which slopes uphill to the ridge at the top. This area is covered with ferns. In all, the plot extends to around 0.75 acre.
Mains water and electricity. Water is not metered. LPG central heating and hob. Sewage plant waste system.
Band E. East Devon District Council. Currently £2,067.68 (2017/18).
This property is situated in a rural location amongst a small settlement on the outskirts of Uplyme village. The village has a strong community and further information can be found at www.uplyme.com.
The property was originally built in 1992. Since the current owners occupation, they have carried out a programme of improvements including; completion of loft conversion; improvements to central heating including a new boiler; fitted multi fuel stove; 2 sets of new patio doors and all new uPVC double glazed windows (all of which are still under guarantee); re-fitted the kitchen & opened up the archway to the dining room; skimmed all ceilings (formerly artex) and landscaped the gardens which included a good deal of tree felling. More recently, the new conservatory has been added, which is also under guarantee.
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