Wouldn?t it be good if the people who are actually going to live in the home designed it? That way, there would be as much practicality as there would be style and enough balance of outside space with inside and a few extravagances, like ensuite to all bedrooms and a very big and sociable kitchen/diner. Luckily enough, this home was designed and had built by the current owners some 15 years ago. So it does offer a very individual and private feel. It is big too. The living room is wide as well as long and opens up to the kitchen and dining room to really make things flow. It is practical thinking (like the dimensions) that makes this home different. There is a cloakroom neatly tucked under the stairs. A utility room off of the kitchen and the garage is usable. Very usable in fact, as it was designed with change in mind. A new owner may want another room to enjoy or work from. Speaking of working, the landing has space enough for a desk and power too, so a home office could be made instantly. Whilst on the first floor, each of the bedrooms are genuine double rooms and each have ensuite facilities. The master with bathroom and the 2nd and 3rd with shower rooms. All have built in cupboards but plenty of space still for freestanding items. Perfect.
Outside, the approach is immaculate. First impressions count and this has a lasting one. Colour surrounds the lawn and beds to the side of the gravel drive. The lawn level and very green. There is gated access to side (passing the garage) leading the rear garden. The kitchen and garage also lead to the garden. The gardens are full of colour and feel like they have been there a lot longer than they have. It is peaceful and quiet and very private. There is a shed in the top corner and a patio and the oil tank for the central heating is neatly nestled on the right. Behind the garden is the primary school field, so protected from building and is obviously very quiet at the weekends, school holidays and evenings.
The cul-de-sac is mostly bungalows yet this home fits right in. It is central to the village really and easy to the Bus stop, School, shop at the garage, Pub, Village Hall, Village Green and River walks. Torrington is not far, passing the RHS Gardens at Rosemoor and offers everything you need including a Theatre & Cinema, swimming pool, a choice of Bakers, Butchers, grocers and other independent shops. There is the Lidl and Co-Op supermarkets also. The coast is another 20 minutes from here and the City of Exeter is approximately 50 minutes? drive from Beaford.
In conclusion, It is superb. Modern conveniences blended with character, practicality and a very pretty setting. We look forward to meeting you at this most special home as soon as you are able. Viewings are available immediately, by prior appointment.
From Torrington proceed in a Southerly direction on the A386 signposted Hatherleigh/Okehampton and upon leaving the town at the bottom of the hill turn left onto the A3124 signposted Winkleigh/Exeter, stay on this road and upon reaching Beaford village take the right hand turn into Green Lane just before the school, taking the second left turning into Rye Park Close where the property will be found after a short distance on your left hand side with name plate clearly displayed.