This is a superb opportunity to buy a very easy to run home and which is ideal for a growing family. Benefitting UPVc double glazing, air source heating and with the balance of a 10 year NHBC this is an economic home to run.
The house has well planned accommodation and comprises a porch, a good size entrance hall and large cloakroom where there is a very useful utility area. An attractive part glazed door leads to a well fitted kitchen/ breakfast room. The well proportioned living room also has a part glazed door from the hall and the room opens to the lovely rear garden. To the first floor there is a family bathroom, 3 bedrooms with the principle bedroom having an en suite shower room.
The house has rendered elevations with pleasing part ship lapping to the front and side. There is good parking as there are spaces to the front of the house and a drive to the attached garage. There is private side access to the rear of the house and this opens into a lovely, level garden which is the largest on the development. Being L shaped, there is a large patio with raised and well planted shrub beds. The patio continues on to provide an area to enjoy alfresco dining and lawns and clothes drying area.
Rarely does a house come to the market which offers such a good location. Higher Thorn Close is off South Street and No7 is tucked away in the corner where few know where you are, let alone see you. However, the village is only a few minutes walk away, as are schools, Tesco store and the Tarka trail.
We recommend a viewing as soon as possible. This will reveal the enviable position, good accommodation and parking and lovely, well presented gardens.
Braunton is one of the largest villages in England. It offers excellent amenities and is only 5 miles from some of the best beaches in the region. Croyde is renowned throughout the country as a foremost surfing beach. Saunton is larger and also offers a first class golf club with two championship courses. Braunton Burrows is sandwiched between and is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It is the largest sand dune system in England and is a superb walking area. Braunton offers many shops, Cawthorne's Store, coffee shops, medical centre, churches, pubs and Tesco.
Barnstaple, the regional centre of north Devon, is 5 miles to the East and is connected by a regular bus service. Here there are further amenities to hand including a choice of supermarkets, covered shopping at Green Lanes and out of town shopping at Roundswell. Social facilities include The Queens Theatre, North Devon Leisure Centre and Tarka Tennis Club.
There is access to the M5 motorway at junction 27 via the North Devon Link Road and the Tarka trail line to Exeter in the south connects directly to London Paddington.
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