26 Oak Close is a detached chalet style bungalow which was constructed in the early 1960's and which stands in a quiet cul-de-sac location with delightful countryside views to the front. The property is conveniently placed for the hospital, the Kings School, the town and other facilities, yet some attractive country walks can be enjoyed virtually from the front door.
26 Oak Close is nicely tucked away at the end of a cul de sac and, therefore, enjoys a certain amount of privacy and not bothered by through traffic.
Ottery St Mary has a beautiful Parish Church which is modelled on Exeter Cathedral and its longstanding association with the Coleridge family. Ottery has a good range of shops, sports centre and monthly farmers market. On the outskirts of town Joshua's Organic Store and the
renowned Otter Nurseries can be found.
The property is a beautifully presented detached chalet bungalow that has well-proportioned rooms and flexible living space. The bright and spacious accommodation has an entrance hall, a sitting room with distant views and a fitted gas fire. To the rear is a modern fitted kitchen, a separate dining room and a lovely double-glazed conservatory. Also on the ground-floor is a double bedroom, a family bathroom and a cloakroom. On the first-floor are two further bedrooms, one double and a single.
The pretty rear garden is enclosed and is mainly laid to lawn. Well-stocked shrub and flower borders provide year round colour and interest. A flagstone patio provides an ideal area to dine outdoors during fine weather. There is also a useful shed and greenhouse together with parking to the front and rear and a garage that provides off-street parking. The front garden is also laid to lawn with a feature wildlife pond.
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"A beautifully presented 3 bedroom detached chalet bungalow in a popular cul-de-sac location within walking distance of the town."