Chittlehampton. Sounds pretty doesn't it - and it is. It's not just looks though that make this a desirable village to live in. There is, first and foremost, a friendly and sociable community, the village square is home to the very pretty village pub, the post office and shop as well as the church. So, you have amenities but should you require more, the market towns of Great Torrington and South Molton are approximately 6 - 10 miles away, Barnstaple 15 miles, and Umberleigh train station is 5 minutes? drive. This will get you to the centre of Exeter City fast and conveniently.
What's so special about the home itself then? I hear you ask. The most obvious features to me are that it is a modern home, yet is completely individual (no two homes in this small close are the same) and full of character. Note how the front elevation uses it tallness to imitate a large barn - the brickwork reminds me of huge doors. Very clever. The windows at the top of this appear to just be there, but they are almost the most important feature in the design. I say this because it is those windows that flood the house with light, top and bottom. They make features of the hall and landing. Cleverly the home offers most key tick box features - kitchen with space for dining, living room with French doors giving access to the garden and also features a multi fuel stove, large bedrooms, ensuite, a garage and a driveway. A sunny garden? Yes - one of those too, and private. It is not huge, so do not expect a football field size rolling lawn. It is not small either. It too has character, (it is not a rectangle or square) colour and frankly, enough to keep you entertained, but not so much you spend the time maintaining it, instead of enjoying it. Enjoying living here is the point, after all.
Under the Estate Agents Act 1979, we hereby declare that the property belongs to a member of staff working for Bond Oxborough Phillips Estate Agents .
From Torrington take the B3227 towards South Molton and Umberleigh. After approximately 7.5 miles, at the T-junction, turn right onto the A377. After a short distance, take the next left over the bridge, back onto the B3227 towards Chittlehampton and South Molton. Follow this road up the hill and out of Umberleigh for about 1.5 miles before taking the first turning on your left signed for Chilttlehampton. Continue on this road into the village of Chittlehampton and at the cross roads turn left towards Stowford and Cobbaton, and then take the next left into The Fieldings, bearing round to the left, where number 5 will be found right at the top, facing you.