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Spacious home with six bedrooms

By Mid Devon Gazette  |  Posted: November 19, 2012

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THIS six-bedroom detached property in Uffculme provides extensive family accommodation.

The spacious property has a large conservatory extension situated on a nice size plot.

Outside, there is ample parking and a double garage.

The property in Culm Valley Way was built by Wilcon on its Mill View development on the outskirts of the village of Uffculme.

The property offers spacious family accommodation with well proportioned rooms and has been extended by the conversion of the attic space to provide two additional bedrooms.

Furthermore, the living space benefits from a conservatory extension beyond the dining room and sitting room.

In general, the property is beautifully presented throughout with the benefit of double glazing and gas central heating.

Outside, the house occupies a good size plot with a large garden to the front and a double garage, together with plenty of parking.

Mill View lies approximately half-a-mile from the Uffculme centre, which has a range of amenities including two schools, a supermarket, post office, church, village hall, and playing fields, as well as popular local pubs.

The property stands in an ideal position for anyone commuting to Exeter orTaunton as the village gives quick access to both Junctions 27 and 28 of the M5, leading south to Exeter, approximately 20 to 30 minutes drive, and all points north including junction 27 with the nearby Parkway station at Sampford Peverell, with regular intercity services.

The moors of Exmoor and Dartmoor and the North and South Devon coastlines all lie within a moderate car journey and are enjoyed by many living in the Culm Valley area, within easy reach of the M5 corridor.

This superb family home is for sale through Seddons' Cullompton office (01884 32100) at £335,000.

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