Located in the highly sought after and popular area of Ledsgrove in the village of Ipplepen, betwixt Newton Abbot and Totnes, this detached bungalow has undergone a degree of conversion and extension in the past, however is in need of further refurbishment and improvement, but boasts lots of potential, subject to the necessary planing permissions and consents. The accommodation is currently arranged as three double bedrooms (the largest bedroom occupies the original lounge), kitchen, bathroom and a `converted garage` which is currently used as a lounge dining room. There is also further potential to convert the loft, again subject to planning permissions and consents.
Externally, there is driveway parking along with a generous level front lawn with side access to the rear garden which is laid to level gravel, deck and lawn. From the rear garden there are superb, far reaching views across the village and out towards Dartmoor National Park in the distance.
The village of Ipplepen has a good selection of local amenities to include a shop, new agents and post office, pub, church, doctors surgery and primary school. There is also a popular village hall and play park. The market town of Newton Abbot is a short distance away and in the other direction, the Elizabethan town of Totnes is found (both accessible via bus). Dartmoor National Park and the beautiful south Devon coastline are nearby and for dog walkers, Orley Common is located a short distance away.
Driveway parking with path leading to an open porch, with outside light. Double glazed door with matching side panel leading to
Coved ceiling with hatch to the loft space. This area has been partially converted, however needs finishing off in line to all necessary planning permissions and consents. Radiator, wood effect laminate flooring, dado rail and airing cupboard housing a gas fired central heating boiler. Doors to
Kitchen Breakfast Room - 12'1" (3.68m) x 9'1" (2.77m)
Coved ceiling, double glazed window to the rear aspect. Range of matching base and eye level units with roll edge worktops. Inset stainless steel circular sink with mixer tap and circular drainer, four ring electric hob with canopy above and oven below. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher and space for upright fridge freezer. Wood effect laminate flooring and radiator. Opening and steps down to
Lounge - 14'11" (4.55m) Max x 13'6" (4.11m) Max
This room is currently used as a bedroom. Double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator.
Bedroom One - 12'5" (3.78m) x 10'7" (3.23m)
Double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator.
Bedroom Two - 10'7" (3.23m) x 9'1" (2.77m)
Double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator.
Extractor fan and obscure double glazed window to the rear. Low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with mixer tap, shower attachment and tiled surround.
Reception Room - 19'4" (5.89m) Max x 11'4" (3.45m) Max
This area was formally the garage and is currently being used as a lounge dining room. The garage door is still in place at the front and could be changed back to a garage/workshop. Sloped ceiling with recessed spotlights. Double glazed window to the front and rear aspects. Double glazed patio doors opening onto the rear garden and decking. Television and telephone point. Two radiators.
To the front of the property there is a driveway offering parking for one car with a path to the front door. The front garden is primarily laid to level lawn with shrubs, border and specimen trees. Access to the rear via one side.
The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is mainly level and has been divided into lawn, gravel and decking areas and enjoying lovely far reaching views across the village and Dartmoor in the distance.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
- DETACHED BUNGALOW
- LOUNGE & KITCHEN
- TWO BEDROOMS
- LEVEL GARDENS
- IN NEED OF REFURBISHMENT
- SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
- LOTS OF POTENTIAL (STPP)
- VIEWS OF DARTMOOR
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