Meavy Lane
Tucked away down the lane a 1/4 mile from the village shops

Guide of 585,000 Freehold

Description: A Devon hedge-bank boundary fronting the village lane, this classic single storey dwelling sits, secluded in a highly sought after location, just a short walk from Yelverton's shops and amenities.   It is an excellent spacious four bedroom bungalow, built in the 1920s, recently extended; re-roofed and comprehensively refurbished throughout by the current owners, featuring large window openings and quality joinery as standard whilst allowing provision for mobility criteria of future owners. The property sits in a large mature garden with potentially stunning views down across the scenic Meavy valley.

The main entrance via four steps, glazed front door with side panels, opens into a generously sized entrance hall with fitted bookcase, full-height storage/airing cupboards and adjacent wc.    Around to the right a short corridor leads first to a dining room with hatch to kitchen.   At the end of the corridor is a high spec fitted kitchen; includes Rangemaster deluxe double-oven, ceramic hob and Rangemaster extractor, AEG Proclean dishwasher, AEG fridge/freezer, electric convector skirting heater, Karndean flooring, ten ceiling downlights.   A large double-aspect drawing room; fittings include a wood burner and above, a granite corbelled mantel; sliding patio doors open via steps onto a terrace.

Turning left from the entrance hall, also on the left are west facing bedroom two and further on the master; an en suite doubles as a main family 'Jack and Jill' wet-room; includes full-height porcelain tiles and flooring with underfloor heating, ladder towel rail and Grohe and Kohler bathroom furniture.   Adjacent is a further shower room/wc with underfloor heating and ladder towel rail. Across from this is bedroom four with fitted wardrobe, overlooking terrace and next door, bedroom three with double fitted wardrobe, opening via glazed doors into the large double/triple aspect garden room, glazed full-width on two sides (including bi-fold doors opening onto ramped access to terrace). This end of the property also includes ramped wheelchair access from a boot room and adjoining kitchen/utility.

The garden includes one half of a former railway cutting with stepped access to the top from which are seldom seen views of the surrounding rural landscape but the majority of the plot is level or gently sloping, and laid to lawn with an excellent range of mature trees and shrubs including Japanese Maple, Weeping Ash, rhododendrons and camellias. There is an aluminium 18'×12' greenhouse and separate wooden shed. A gravelled area at the front of the property provides parking for up to four vehicles.

The 'Tandem' (double-length) garage is block construction with two uPVC windows and a remote controlled metal roller door.

SERVICES:  Mains electricity; drainage and water.   Oil fired central heating.   Gas supply to property.   Wood burner in sitting room. Cavity wall and loft insulation.

COUNCIL TAX:  Band E £2193.51  p.a.  payable 2017-18. TENURE: Freehold

EPC:  Domestic EPC Energy Efficiency Rating band E-44

VIEWINGS: By accompanied appointment with John Colton Property Sales & Searches via telephone 01822 854408 or by emailing to

IMPORTANT NOTICE: No description of information given by John Colton  or his employees, whether or not in these particulars and whether written or verbal about the property or its condition or its value may be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact..These particulars do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract, nor shall they merge in any offer of contract which may hereafter be made between the sellers or lessors and the recipient of the information.. The photographs show only certain parts of the property at the time they were taken. Any areas, measurements or distances given are approximate only.