Pitfield Grove is one of only two similar individual comparatively modern family homes, enjoying a tucked away, non-estate location on the edge of ever popular Willand Old Village. This spacious three bedroom home is believed to have originally been designed to provide four bedrooms and in consequence, the principal bedrooms is particularly impressive.
Pitfield Grove is one of only two similar individual comparatively modern family homes, enjoying a tucked away, non-estate location on the edge of ever popular Willand Old Village. This spacious three bedroom home is believed to have originally been designed to provide four bedrooms and in consequence, the principal bedrooms is particularly impressive. The extensive ground floor accommodation comprises a generous hallway, a fine drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and delightful sitting room/garden room with direct access to the rear garden. The first floor provides three bedrooms and two bathrooms. A driveway provides parking and leads to the double garage with the “L” shaped rear garden enjoying an exceptional rural aspect over farmland across the Culm Valley to the distant Blackdown Hills. This excellent family home now requires updating and renovation to provide a great non-estate family home.
Situation and Amenities
Tucked away in Willand Old Village conveniently placed for the village Post Office stores, Co-Op, village hall and thriving highly rated primary school. A more extensive range of High Street shops and supermarkets is to be found in the nearby town of Cullompton with its library, sports centre and motorway intersection facilitating rapid commuting south to the cathedral city of Exeter and north to the county town of Taunton. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of rural pursuits with the nearby Blackdown hills being designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The comparatively central Mid Devon location places the stunning National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor together with the north and south Devon coastlines all within a modest car journey.
Comparatively modern detached family home requiring updating
Non-estate edge of village setting
Gas central heating and double glazing
Hall with Cloak Room
Impressive Drawing Room
Garden Room/Sitting Room
Vast Principal Bedroom with En-Suite (originally designed as two bedrooms)
Two further Bedrooms
Re-Fitted Family Shower Room
Secluded established gardens with country outlook
No onward chain
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage
16 miles Exeter, 17 miles Taunton
Tiverton parkway Railway Station 3 miles
EPC rating “D”
Council Tax “E”
On The Ground Floor
Heavy panelled timber front door to
Entrance Porch with quarry tiled floor and inner front door to impressive
Hallway radiator, understairs cupboard, fully returning staircase to first floor, archway leading to
Cloaks Cupboard and Cloakroom with coloured close coupled W.C. and washbasin, radiator, window, fully tiled walls.
Glorious triple aspect Drawing Room extending the full depth of the house, two radiators, brick feature fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and timber mantle housing Jetmaster open fire, bay window with shelved recesses to either side and enjoying outlook over rear garden and open countryside to the Blackdown Hills, twin doors to
Dining Room and door to Summer Sitting Room/Garden Room double glazed picture windows to three sides, sliding patio doors to rear garden.
Dining Room another lovely south east facing room enjoying outlook over rear garden to Blackdown Hills, radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room having extensive range of wall and base units, floor to ceiling larder cupboard, roll edge worktops, inset Asterite one and a half bowl single drainer sink, inset Bosch stainless steel four ring gas hob with adjoining ceramic hob, cooker hood, breakfast bar.
Utility Room dual aspect, wall mounted gas fired boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine, back door.
On The First Floor
Turning staircase with half landing well lit by flank window, “L” Shaped Landing with access to loft, radiator, double airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted shelving.
Fabulous Principal Suite comprising vast south east facing bedroom believed to have originally been designed for two bedrooms and having three windows enjoying country views, range of fitted wardrobes, two radiators.
En-Suite Bathroom presently fitted with a disability bath, washbasin, close coupled W.C., radiator, heated towel rail, window.
Bedroom 2 another lovely bright dual aspect room with superb views across the Culm Valley, fitted wardrobes, radiator.
Bedroom 3 two double and one single fitted wardrobes, radiator.
Re-fitted Family Shower Room with white suite comprising mains shower, close coupled W.C., pedestal basin, radiator, heated towel rail, window.
The property is approached off Dye House Lane, over its own tarmacadam driveway leading to the Detached Double Garage of rendered block construction beneath a tiled roof, double up and over door, pedestrian door to side garden, power connected, extensive loft storage facility. There is a side garden with paved pathway leading past the Garden Room to the surprisingly secluded mature rear garden. The “L” shaped lawn adjoins a paved patio with established trees and shrubs on two sides. Aluminium framed Greenhouse, the whole providing a safe environment well away from main roads for both children and pets.