Addendum To Printed Catalogue
The guide price has been changed to £340,000.
A versatile three bedroom detached bungalow situated on the outskirts of the highly sought after rural hamlet of Compton. Accessed via its own private driveway and having the benefit of formal gardens and grounds of circa 0.6 acres, the property offers a high degree of privacy whilst enjoying stunning panoramic views over the surrounding countryside offering the potential for reconfiguration or further extension. In addition to the formal gardens, there is a further garden area (hatched green on the site map) which may also offer the potential for futher development within the grounds, subject to any requisite consents, upon which interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries.
Compton is a rural hamlet situated between the villages of Ipplepen and Marldon within easy reach of Torbay, Newton Abbot and Totnes. The National Trust 14th century Compton Castle and Castle Barton, the local restaurant are close by, while further facilities including public houses, educational facilities and general amenities can be found in the neighbouring villages and coastal towns.
Entrance porch, hallway, sitting room, sun room, lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room with larder, three bedrooms and bathroom.
Formal gardens and grounds of circa 0.6 acres, patio seating areas, useful range of sheds and greenhousing, garage and additional on drive parking. Measurements have been taken using the Promap Mapping Facility. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own measurements. The Promap shown is for approximate identification purposes only and is not to scale.
Energy Efficiency Rating - E
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