You could buy a brand new one, or you might make a better decision and buy this one!
So, why is this a better decision than buying a new build?
If you like living on a building site - go for the new build. If you like an ongoing snagging list - go for the new build. If you like a patch of mud for a garden - go for the new build..... However - If you would prefer to move straight in and enjoy the promise of quality, then this property is the answer! - And you will still benefit from the remaining NHBC warranty of approximately 7.5 years.
Tucked away at the edge of the development in a small cul-de-sac of just three houses, country walks are right on the doorstep along with ease of access to the town centre and the excellent road links to Junction 27 of the M5 with the associated Parkway Rail Station. The renown Blundell’s School is within walking distance as is Tiverton's superb 18 hole Golf Course. This is a great position for your next home.
The house is nicely positioned at the end of a small cul-de-sac, just off Enterprise Avenue, and with such lovely neighbours, the vendors tell me that they are really going to miss them when after they have moved.
A drive next to the house provides ample parking for two cars, and leads to a single garage which has power, light and water connected. A gate leads off the drive into the rear garden.
A path leads to the front door, which opens into a welcoming hallway, with a spacious cloakroom, stairs to the first floor and doors to the sitting room, dining room and kitchen breakfast room. The kitchen was a point of careful consideration with the vendors upgrading to as high a standard as possible on the options list. The kitchen was supplied and fitted by 'Symphony Kitchens', being the 'Earthstone Range' with 'Lucido' man-made Quartz work surfaces and includes a central island unit, integrated units including a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer, double oven, wine fridge, 5 ring gas hob and extractor canopy. LED plinth lights create a relaxing atmosphere in the evenings and double doors open out into the garden. Alongside the kitchen breakfast room is a separate dining room - which can be used as intended or as our vendors have done, an occasional bedroom come study - as they say, it is a 'versatile' room. The sitting room is dual aspect with a window to the front and double doors opening to the rear garden.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms, the master with an en-suite shower room. The other bedroom is a good single room, and the family bathroom is nicely finished and includes a shower over the bath.
The garden at the rear has been extensively landscaped. Tons of soil has been moved to create a level, sheltered patio area, which has been finished in line with the stonework on the house, and no expense has been spared on the quality paving. Raised borders, with established plants, surround the garden making for a relaxing escape. A space behind the garage is great for all the gardening bits and bobs, and would also make a great area for a shed.
A uPVC double glazed door leads into the extra-long garage / workshop, which is a great size with eaves storage, power, light and water connected.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage
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