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Willand Moor Mews, Willand. Devon. EX15 2TS.

Guide price of £420,000 Leasehold

A beautifully presented detached family home offered with no onward chain in this delightful, and very sought after village. Having had many improvements, including a new open plan kitchen/ dining room, new en suite, new bathroom and a conservatory extension the property is very nicely decorated throughout, has gas central heating, Upvc double glazing and cavity wall insulation, all of which make it a warm and economical house to run. Its a small private driveway with just one other property the property has a double attached garage, easy to maintain gardens and having no chain is ideal for someone looking to take advantage of the stamp duty holiday deadline. With its higly rated primary school, post office, pub, local shops and easy access to the M5 the property is most highly recommended.


Entrance hall with under stair cupboard, radiator, thermostat, tel point, coved ceiling & stairs to the first floor

Cloakroom with W.C., wash basin, radiator & ceramic tiled floor

Lounge (19’ x 11'6) with feature fireplace, radiator, TV point, coved ceiling, patio doors to Conservatory & archway to..

Kitchen / Dining room (20’ x 13’6 'L' shaped) with the kitchen area having a superb re-fitted range of units including, base & wall cupboards, pan drawers, larder units with various fittings, secret cutlery drawer, lovely worktops with stainless steel sink unit, fitted eye level double ovens, 5 ring gas hob with extractor above, integrated fridge, plumbing for dishwasher, utility area with plumbing for washing machine, cupboard housing gas boiler, high polished ceramic tiled flooring, dining area with radiator, coved ceiling,

Study (9’ x 8’2) with radiator, TV point, access to loft space

Conservatory (11'6 x 9'9) with ceramic tiled floor & french doors to the garden


Landing with airing cupboard, access to loft, coved ceiling

Bedroom 1 (12'9 x 10'3) with radiator, TV point, coved ceiling & archway to dressing area with fitted wardrobes & door to..

En suite with double width corner shower cubicle, W.C., wash basin,chrome heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor & half tiled walls

Bedroom 2 (10 x 9'2) with double wardrobe, radiator & coved ceiling

Bedroom 3 (9’2 x 8’10) with radiator & coved ceiling

Bedroom 4 (9’ x 6’6) with radiator & coved ceiling

Bathroom with bath having a power shower & glazed screen, W.C, wash basin, chrome heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor & half tiled walls


Double Garage 2 (17' x 16'9) with 2 up & over doors, electric car charging point, personal door to the rear, roof storage, power and lighting plus extra parking in front on the driveway.

Gardens: The garden is nice and easy to maintain with a large patio area across the rear of the house leading to a then large decking area with steps up to a raised artificial lawned area. Fenced on all sides with a door to the garage, outside tap & gated side access.





The property is held on a 979 year lease (originally 999 years) as a result of the following; In the mid 1800's the then owners of the property were a large family with several siblings owning the land around, which was divided into various parcels with each sibling responsible for farming their own. This particular parcel of land was owned by a brother who was caught stealing livestock, subsequently arrested & sentenced to servitude in the Australian colonies. Because his land was never signed over by him the 'Freehold' could not be legally sold, even when the land was combined on one set of deeds. In order to get over the legalities this portion of land was made 'leasehold' with the descendents of the sheep stealing farmer able to lay claim of ownership. No descendent was ever forthcoming, so when the land was sold for development in 1999 the developers indemnified the land and the properties on it, should one ever appear, although it is probably likely that the chap in question either died en route to Australia or was eaten by crocodiles or sharks, stung by box jellyfish, bitten by a snake or hit by a boomerang whilst dying of thirst when out for a stroll in the outback.

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