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Bow, Crediton
Guide price £565,000 | 5 bedrooms | 0.25 acres

Property features

• Detached Modern Residence
• Three Storey Accommodation
• 6 Bedrooms
• Spacious Reception Rooms
• Underfloor Heating Throughout
• Gardens & Grounds Approaching 0.25 of an acre. Extensive Parking
• Superb Rural Views

Moorquest House is situated in the popular mid Devon village of Bow. The village has an active and thriving community with village shop, pub, primary school, playgroup, places of worship community centre and village hall, as well as a modern medical centre. There are good services in neighbouring towns with Crediton and Okehampton both offering a good range of local and nationally owned shops and businesses. The cathedral and university city of Exeter has a large shopping centre and direct access to the M5 motorway, together with mainline rail and international air connections. The Dartmoor National Park is easily accessible at Okehampton and the north and south coasts of Devon with attractive beaches and delightful coastal scenery are within easy travelling distance.

The property comprises a recently constructed individually designed detached house offering versatile accommodation over three floors. Ideal as a large family home, the property is heated by a biomass boiler, with underfloor heating throughout the house. Features include solid oak doors throughout and a superbly fitted kitchen. There is scope to create further accommodation in a large loft storage room on the second floor. The property is approached via a quiet private road serving just two properties and there are superb rural views to rear. In addition to the large gardens, there is a garage with extensive parking for cars, caravans and other machinery. The plot is approaching 0.25 Acres.

Reception Hall with oak floor. Cloakroom, low level wc, vanity wash basin, slate floor. Living Room, extensive range of bi-fold french doors opening to rear patio, oak floor, raised woodburning stove on slate hearth, double doors to hall. Kitchen/Dining Room, gloss white units with granite worksurfaces, extensive range of cupboards and drawer units, inset 1½ bowl sink. Large central island unit. 5 ring ceramic hob, three fitted ovens, built in warming drawer and fitted dishwasher. Space for large fridge freezer, slate floor. Dining Area with bi-fold doors to rear patio, slate floor and stable door to side. Utility Room single drainer stainless steel sink unit, roll edge worksufaces with space and plumbing for appliances, built in store cupboard, slate floor, connecting door to garage. First Floor Landing, built in linen cupboard and built in cupboard with underfloor heating controls. Bedroom 1, french door to Juliette balcony with superb rural aspect. En Suite, fully tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower and body spray, vanity wash basin, wc. Bedrooom 2 window to front. En Suite, tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower and body spray, vanity wash basin, low level wc. Bedroom 3, two windows to rear with rural aspect. Bedroom 4 window to front, Bedroom 5, window to rear with rural aspect. Bathroom, panelled jacuzzi bath in tiled surround, tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower fitment, vanity wash basin, low level wc. Second Floor Landing with velux roof light above staircase. Bedroom 6, two large velux roof lights with rural aspect (versatile roof, ideal as studio/office/games room) Store/Potential Bedroom 7.

The property is approached via a private drive shared with one other property. Immediately to the front of Moorquest House is a large off road parking area for a number of vehicles, campervan, caravan etc. Access to Garage with electrically operated roller door, biomass pellet boiler supplying central heating system and large hot water cylinder and solar panelled controls. Door to outside and connecting door to Utility.

To the side of the house, a gate gives access to a side driveway, offering further extensive parking and vehicular access to the very bottom of the gardens. Immediately to the rear of the house is a large paved terrace with outside light, outside tap and side pedestrian access gate. Steps down to the level lawned garden, bordered by fence with gate to driveway, lower level lawned garden, bordered by gravelled driveway with access to additional parking, delightful mature oak trees. At the bottom of the garden is a concrete base area ideal for a garden shed. The gardens enjoys a delightful rural a delightful rural aspect.

From Okehampton proceed out of the town in a north easterly direction onto the Crediton Road and proceed out of the town taking the B3215. Stay on this road until reaching the village of Bow, proceeding up through the village whereupon the entrance driveway to the property and its neighbour will be found upon the left hand side.

Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage. Biomass Boiler providing underfloor heating and domestic hot water.

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