Honiton Property of the Week: 2-bed house in Dunkeswell
Each week Nub News brings you a Property of the Week, thanks to Bradleys in Honiton. This week, it is a 2-bed property in Dunkeswell.
By Kate Baxter
9th Oct 2022 | Property of the Week
Are you looking for a new home in Honiton, or do you enjoy browsing properties available in the local area?
Either way, you'll like our Property of the Week feature, where we highlight some of the homes currently on the market.
To see more, you can visit our Property section.
This week's pick is a 2-bed house in Dunkeswell, being marketed by Bradleys Estate Agents with a guide price of £260,000.
Joe Keep is the Branch Manager at Honiton Bradleys. He said: "Viewing of this house is highly recommended to fully appreciate the recently refurbished home, which is within the popular village of Dunkeswell."
This home offers two bedrooms, a ground floor cloakroom, kitchen, living room, conservatory, bathroom, garage, off road parking and it is available with no onward chain.
The home is approached via a small path through the front garden. Enter the house into a small porch, which opens onto the main reception room. There is also a downstairs cloakroom in the entrance area.
On entering the living room, we find a light and airy room which has recently been decorated. It offers space for living room furniture and a dining table.
The kitchen offers space for cooking and storge and it has attractive stone floors. At the end of the kitchen is a conservatory, which provides additional living space, or alternatively it could be used as a dining room.
Also on the ground floor is a bedroom, but this could be used for another purpose if needed.
Moving upstairs, there is the master bedroom which is an attractive room with a skylight. There is also an modern en suite, which has a bath.
Outside there is an enclosed garden and single garage.
To find out more or to book a viewing, visit the Bradleys website or call 01404 510 555.
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