Undoubtedly the views from the bungalow are a major part of the appeal, as are the open fields that the garden adjoins. A garage and driveway parking are often high on ones agenda too, so it could be argued that this semi detached, 2 bedroom bungalow in Taddiport is beginning to tick a good many boxes. It is pretty too. Possibly more appealing is the potential the bungalow offers. If it is not quite big enough for your needs, there is space around it to extend, subject to the usual permissions, as many along the close have already done. That said, it is not a necessity. The home already offers a spacious hall, Kitchen with space for a table, a sitting room with fireplace, a shower room (fitted as a wet room) and a conservatory. There is disabled access front and rear via quality timber ramps with balustrade adding to convenience.
The general interior décor is tired, but lets be honest, most will change this either way to suit their taste. So there is some work to be done to put the interior to pristine again, but (unless you want to extend in to the garage or similar) there is no obvious major work required, in our opinion, and this balanced against the location, gardens, views and potential of the property is a worthy compromise.
There is no ongoing chain and the home can be viewed immediately, by appointment.
From Torrington take the A386 (New Street) towards Bideford and upon leaving the town turn left onto the B3227 signposted Holsworthy/Langtree. Proceed down the hill and upon entering Taddiport take the first main left hand turning and follow the road as it bears round to the left passing the Village Hall on the right hand side. Take the second left hand turning into St Marys Close, where the property will be situated after a short distance on the right hand side with for sale board and number plate clearly displayed.