Oaklands is a sought after residential area made up of varying 3 and 4 bedroom detached & semi detached homes. The town centre, amenities and both private & state schools are situated within walking distance, making this an ideal location for raising a family. No78 has been well maintained by the current owners and an extension over the garage has added a master bedroom, complete with stylish en-suite shower room. The ground floor accommodation comprises of a spacious lounge and kitchen/dining room with stairs rising to the first floor. In addition to the master suite, are 3 further bedrooms, 2 being good sized doubles together with a comfortable single 4th bedroom. The family bathroom features a ?P` shaped bath with shower over whilst the WC is separate. Externally, the rear garden borders woodland and is low maintenance with stone chippings and numerous established trees, bushes & shrubs together with a wooden pergola. To the front of the property, the driveway provides off road parking for 3 vehicles in addition to the garage. Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: `D`Council Tax: ?BAND D` (?1,934.83 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Extended 13 years ago by the present owner, the current accommodation offers adaptability throughout with an impressive frontage comprising of an entrance hall with vaulted ceiling & an open plan aspect into a reception room with a feature gas burner and large windows taking full advantage of the pleasant outlook over the garden & adjoining farmland.Situated off the entrance hall is a useful utility/boot room housing the oil fired boiler (serving the central heating) and a charming dining room (which could be used as a 4th bedroom) benefiting from high wooden vaulted ceilings, parquet flooring, door to the rear courtyard and rear partitioned area ideal for a study.An inner hallway leads into the kitchen and ground floor bathroom whilst steps lead to a sitting room with feature woodburner and an archway into further reception room which is ideal for a study/hobbies room. It should be noted that the current kitchen could be extended into the study/hobbies room with the removal of a wall to create a larger kitchen if desired.An oak staircase from the front reception room leads to a first floor bathroom & the master bedroom with a large feature window overlooking the gardens whilst a second staircase from the rear sitting room leads to 2 further double bedrooms and a cloakroom.Approached through a wooden entrance gate, a long tree lined driveway leads to the property with the delightful gardens comprising a wealth of flowers, shrubs, trees & bushes together with a stream border offering an air of charm & tranquillity. The gardens in total extend to approximately ? of an acre& provide numerous areas to be enjoyed with a good level of privacy.Immediately adjoining the property is an attractive patio seating area with a timber bridge over the stream to the parking area. To the rear of the property is an area of garden with a greenhouse and access into a charming courtyard garden enjoying a sunny aspect whilst two good sized detached garages are located along the driveway.NB: There is a coastal footpath running through an area of the garden which in turn leads to the adjoining field.Situated on the outskirts of the highly favoured village of Abbotsham being within easy reach of a popular thatched public house, church & highly regarded primary school whilst the picturesque coastline with some spectacular coastal walks, is nearby.The long sandy beaches at Westward Ho! & The Royal North Devon Golf Club are within 2 miles and the port & market town of Bideford, offering a good range of shopping, schooling & recreational facilities is approximately 3 miles distance. The regional centre of North Devon, Barnstaple, with national rail links is 12 miles distance whilst the motorway network at Junction 27 off the M5 is approximately an hours drive.SERVICESMains water & electricity. Private septic tank drainage.Oil fired central heating.DirectionsFrom Bideford Quay, proceed out of the town towards Northam & Westward Ho! Upon reaching the Heywood roundabout, take the first exit onto the A39 link road towards Bude. After approximately 1/4 of a mile take the first right, signposted for Westward Ho! and then take the first left. Continue on this road and upon reaching the crest of the hill, turn left (opposite a large white Georgian house). Continue along this road for a short distance where the entrance to Coombe Cottage will be found on the riight hand side with a `For Sale` board clearly displayed.NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
4 Bowden Green is a well proportioned terraced house conveniently situated with local schools, amenities & supermarkets located nearby whilst Bideford Town Centre is approximately 1 mile distance. The ground floor accommodation comprises of a lounge with feature fireplace together with kitchen/dining room which overlooks the rear garden. The bathroom, accessed at the end of the hallway, includes a white suite with shower over the bath. Stairs rise to the first floor where the landing gives access to the 3 bedrooms and a handy cloakroom with WC. There is a small enclosed garden to the front whilst the rear garden is predominantly level and laid to patio for easy maintenance with flower/shrub bed & borders together with a useful store. Parking is available on the road both to the front & rear of the property.Investment Potential: The property has been successfully let over the past 16 years and in the current market should achieve ?600pcm (4.8% gross annual yield). Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: D (61)Council Tax: ?BAND A` (?1,289.89 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Originally a large Gentlemans Residence, the property was constructed in 1873 before later being divided into 2 semi detached houses in 1951. Since then the ownership has been within the same family since 1963. Fairholme captures the imagination from the outset with the generous accommodation centring around a welcoming entrance hall which leads off to 4 Reception Rooms including a fabulous dual aspect drawing room with large bay window and a dual aspect sitting room, each with original corniced ceilings & feature fireplaces and doors into the sun room. In addition is a dining room with connecting door through to a further reception/play room and French doors to the gardens, whilst a conservatory is accessed from the drawing room.The kitchen/breakfast room features an oil fired ?Aga` and has two doors, one to the old servants` staircase to the first floor, the other with stairs down to the basement where there are currently two useful rooms and a third unopened chamber; these areas have the potential to become anything from a utility/laundry room, games room or possibly your own personal wine cellar.Stairs rise to an impressive galleried landing with doors leading off to the four bedrooms, each a double room with Bedrooms 1 & 2 having a dual aspect with views over the garden. There are two bathrooms, which could potentially be combined to create one luxury bathroom or alternatively, an En-Suite to Bedroom 1. Generous enclosed gardens lie to the south and east elevations of the property with areas of undulating lawn and level patios together with weaving pathways through established foliage and established trees (a mature copper birch is a particular favourite) leading to a once productive vegetable garden with old outbuildings & sheds. Separate from the house is a 24` x 15` (7.32m x 4.57m) barn, currently divided in two and used as a garage and for general storage, with an up & over garage door and double wooden doors together with access to the loft area, which offers potential for a further useable space. LocationNorthdown Road is quietly situated on the outskirts of Bideford with the Town Centre and local schooling conveniently situated nearby. The long sandy beach and famous Royal North Devon links golf course at Westward Ho! together with the popular villages of Appledore & Instow are all within 4 miles. A wider range of shopping and leisure facilities will be found in Barnstaple, the regional centre of North Devon, a further 12 miles distance whilst the motorway network at Junction 27 of the M5 is within an hours drive.DirectionsFrom our offices on Bideford Quay, proceed along Bridgeland Street and onto Northam Road. At the junction turn right onto North Road and at the mini roundabout, turn left onto Northdown Road. Continue up the hill and after passing Kingsley School, turn right, where the entrance of the driveway to Fairholme will be seen on the right hand sign with a name plate displayed.Need to KnowMains water & electricityOil fired central heatingShared septic tank drainageEnergy Performance Rating: G (20)Council Tax: `Band D` (?1,934.83 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
This particularly spacious end terrace house is well located for family life, being a stones throw from the local secondary school and within walking distance of a primary school and amenities. The ground floor comprises of a good sized sitting room with bay window and a kitchen which is open plan to the dining room. The kitchen continues through to a useful utility area and out to a sun room which overlooks the enclosed rear garden.Stairs rise to the first floor, with 3 double bedrooms accessed from the spacious landing together with the bathroom, with a heated towel rail and electric shower over the bath. The insulated loft is accessed via a foldaway ladder and offers potential for conversion to an additional room, as has been done with other houses in the street. The rear garden enjoys a west facing aspect and is laid to patio for easy maintenance and includes a useful workshop and outside WC together with gated pedestrian access. To the front of the property is unrestricted on road parking (on a first come, first served basis).Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: TBCCouncil Tax: ?BAND B` (?1,504.87 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
10 Geneva Place is an ideal property for those seeking a first time purchase or a Buy to Let investment. Situated approximately 10 minutes walking distance of the town centre, everyday amenities are easily accessible with a convenience store & post office located nearby. The accommodation benefits from uPVC double glazing & gas fired central heating throughout and is neutrally presented with the ground floor comprising of an open plan sitting & dining room which connects through to the modern kitchen and utility. A split staircase rises in one direction to the 2 bedrooms, each being doubles and overlooking the front & rear respectively whilst. The white suite bathroom features a ?P shaped` bath with shower over together with wash basin, WC and useful cupboard. Externally the rear garden is level and enclosed with patio, flower/shrub beds and a useful storage shed/workshop whilst to the front is an enclosed garden with stone chippings and bushes. Parking is available on the road on a first come first served basis.Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: D (66)Council Tax: BAND A (?1,289.9 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Situated only a short distance to the town centre and being close to both primary & secondary schools, this would make a great permanent home or an ideal buy to let investment.The well presented accommodation has a tasteful contemporary finish with the ground floor offering 2 good sized reception rooms; the living room retaining an original fireplace giving the room a touch of character whilst an opening leads into the light & airy dining room with a feature gas fireplace and stairs to the first floor & the 3 bedrooms.A glazed door leads into the galley kitchen which has a good range of units at both eye and base level with plumbing for a washing machine & dishwasher. From the kitchen, a rear lobby allows useful space for additional appliances with a door leading into the bathroom comprising of a modern white suite with a ?P` shaped bath, curved screen with a mains shower over.To the rear of the property is a low maintenance level enclosed garden with a timber shed having the advantage of power and light connected.Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: C (69)Council Tax: ?BAND A` (?1,289.89 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Model Terrace is quietly tucked away off of Meddon Street, approximately 5 minutes from the town centre and accessed via a pedestrian footpath serving only 8 cottages.No5 is presented in excellent order throughout with neutral d?cor & some tasteful accent colours. Gas central heated throughout, the cottage also has the added benefit of newly installed uPVC double glazed windows & doors within the past 12 months, adding to the overall comfort. The ground floor comprises of a lounge/dining room with coal effect gas fire and open staircase together with boarded fireplace with feature beam in the dining area. The extended kitchen is fitted with a good range of modern units and enjoys a pleasant outlook to the garden. Each of the bedrooms overlook the front & rear of the property respectively whilst the good sized bathroom includes a mains fed shower over the bath with side screen. The attractive courtyard garden has both patio and decked areas complimented by a variety of colourful flowering shrubs, a pleasant area to relax & unwind with your favourite drink.Services: All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate: D (61)Council Tax: ?BAND A` (?1,289.89 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
No30 presents an excellent opportunity for those seeking a home with the convenience of being within a level walk of the town centre, amenities & local schooling. The property is decorated mainly in neutral tones with some accent walls whilst benefitting from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout. Two reception rooms on the ground floor provide good sized living areas alongside the kitchen/breakfast room which features a range oven and built-in dishwasher and washing machine together with breakfast bar & useful storage cupboard.Each of the first floor bedrooms are comfortable double rooms with bedroom 1 being particularly spacious, positioned at the front of the property with bay window. The bathroom is fully tiled and comprises of a modern white suite including mains shower over the bath, vanity basin & heated towel rail.To the rear of the property is a level enclosed garden being maintenance free and enjoying a south east facing aspect together with a 16` x 11` (4.88m x 3.35m) oversized garage which, in addition to the front driveway, is a great commodity in this location.Services All mains services are connectedEnergy Performance Certificate C (76)Council Tax ?BAND B` (?1432.84 per annum)NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Situated in a highly favoured quiet location, a stunning contemporary 4/5 bedroom detached new build offering spacious & versatile accommodation taking full advantage of excellent views over the adjoining countryside together with a large garden, extensive off road parking and detached double garage.Quality individual homes of this nature rarely become available and the sole selling agents strongly advise registering an early interest on this bespoke home.Nearing completion & benefiting from an NHBC guarantee, the house is being finished to an exceptional high standard with the benefit of mains gas (underfloor heating), water & electric together with private drainage. Being of Art Deco design, the contemporary exterior offers a blend of crisp white rendered walls with timber cladding & an abundance of large glass windows, with patio doors taking full advantage of the rear vista over the garden & adjoining countryside.Internally, an impressive feature glass atrium over the entrance hall allows an abundance of light through the centre of the house whilst open plan accommodation on the upper ground floor takes full advantage of the excellent countryside views via large floor to ceiling windows. Comprising a modern sleek kitchen with breakfast bar & built-in appliances together with a dining area & lounge. Completing the upper ground floor is a useful Cloakroom & Walk-in Pantry together with access onto a covered outside terrace. From the upper ground floor, a staircase leads to the Master En-Suite Bedroom on the first floor with the added advantage of a Dressing Room & Bathroom together with access onto its own Sun Terrace with glass balcony taking full advantage of the superb views across the countryside & beyond.The ground floor accommodation offers adaptability with 3 Double Bedrooms & 2 well appointed Bathrooms together with a 4th Bedroom/Study and a good sized Sun Room which would equally make a superb Home Office or Hobbies Room.A large rear garden enjoys a south facing aspect being mostly laid to lawn with a large patio area overlooking the countryside with distant views to Dartmoor. At the front of the property is a good sized drive providing ample parking together with a double garage benefiting from power, light & automatic door.Daddon Hill is a highly favoured location with a number of other substantial dwellings on the fringe of Northam, within easy reach of local shopping facilities, schooling, doctors & dental surgeries. The long golden sandy beach at Westward Ho! home to England`s oldest golf course, The Royal North Devon is within 1.5 miles, whilst the quaint fishing village of Appledore & the Port & Market town of Bideford are within 2 miles. The regional centre of North Devon, Barnstaple is approximately 10 miles with Junction 27 of the M5 motorway being approximately 45 miles distant.DirectionsFrom Bideford Quay proceed towards Northam, Westward Ho! and Appledore. After passing the A386 Churchill Way Road on the right (signposted Appledore) take the first left onto Chope Road. Continue along this road for approximately ? of a mile where the road leads onto Daddon Hill. The property will be seen after a short distance on the left hand side with a ?For Sale` board clearly displayed.NoticePlease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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