A well-proportioned bungalow with charming gardens in a popular and accessible Devon village
The storm porch opens out onto the bright and airy reception room leading naturally onto the adaptable, dual garden aspect sitting/dining room, which provides the ideal space to receive and entertain guests, with its feature fireplace and serving hatch through to the adjoiningkitchen. The kitchen has useful external access and a range of wooden wall and base cabinetry offering plenty of storage. Along the wide hallway via a bricked archway is the sun room, benefitting from an abundance of warm natural light, tranquil views, easy access to the gardens and a safe within the floor.The remaining accommodation comprises three well-sized bedrooms, with the rear-facing principal room and second bedroom boasting a plethora of fitted wooden wardrobes. All of the bedrooms enjoy relaxing outlooks across the private gardens and are well served by the further family bathroom, with its separate bathtub and walk-in shower.The property also benefits from a double garage offering plenty of parking, alongside which is the heating oil tank and capture pit, a w/c and sink and a vehicle inspection pit with built-in floor lighting.The surrounding gardens feature widespread sections of level lawn, a winding pathway past a well, a garden shed, a patio for al fresco dining and a variety of hedging and shrubbery beside the home, with taller, more established trees surrounding the plot. At the rear of the garden,the bank gives direct access to the river Kenn running alongside.
The sought-after Devon village of Kenn is situated just below the scenicHaldon Forest hills and offers a range of everyday amenities including a bakery, public house, florist, cricket club and church. The neighbouring village of Kennford provides further facilities, such as a village shop, Post Office and petrol station.Haldon Forest gives access to around 3,500 acres of woodland, with ample walking, cycling and riding trails, as well as the popular sensory trail at Mamhead.The cathedral city of Exeter is just 8 miles distant, accessible via car or bus, providing a wealth of shopping along the historic quayside, with the nearby cities of Plymouth and Bristol offering additional choices. The surrounding areas benefit from a wide range of leisure pursuits such as fishing, hiking along the Jurassic coastline, and access to several sandy beaches.There are excellent transport links, with Exeter's mainline railway stations offering fast and frequent services to Bristol, Plymouth and London Paddington and the A30 and M5 leading to the national motorway network. Exeter International Airport is just over nine miles away and provides both domestic and international flights.The region is served by a range of well-regarded schools, including Kenn CofE Primary School, The New School and the esteemed Exeter School and University of Exeter.