- Two bedroom detached bungalow park home
- Situated on a quiet and tranquil residential park
- Outstanding countryside views across the valley
- Spacious and beautifully maintained gardens
- Ample roadside parking for multiple vehicles
- UPVC double glazing throughout
- Mobile Homes Act of 2013
Situated on a quiet and tranquil over 50's residential park, this beautifully presented two bedroom park home is located within the picturesque wooded Sterridge Valley. The property has an abundance of natural light running through it and boasts outstanding countryside views over the valley. Detached and sitting on a generous plot, the property has manicured gardens to the front, rear and side, with mature shrubbery, fruit trees and multiple seating areas, perfect for al-fresco dining. The parks peaceful nature and wide open spaces ensure there is ample parking for multiple vehicles.
Lounge (5.9 x 3.37 (19'4" x 11'0"))
Open and bright room with three large windows facing out onto the gardens and out over the Sterridge Valley. The room benefits from wall mounted electric heaters, laminate flooring and UPVC windows. There is a small sunroom just offer the lounge, giving direct access into the rear garden.
Kitchen (3.11 x 2.88 (10'2" x 9'5"))
The deceptively spacious kitchen boasts numerous base and eye level units with space for appropriate white goods. The room is fitted with a UPVC window and door which leads into a small porch space ideal for wet coats and boots.
Dining Room (3 x 2.26 (9'10" x 7'4"))
A creative space linking the kitchen and the lounge. Through a set of French doors, is an East facing dining room with laminate flooring, a wall mounted electric heater and UPVC window.
Bedroom 1 (2.98 x 2.88 (9'9" x 9'5"))
The master bedroom is South facing with fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers. There is a large UPVC window, wall mounted electric heaters and fitted carpets.
Bedroom 2 (32.89 x 2.13 (107'10" x 6'11"))
Adjacent to the master bedroom is a single bedroom, with built in storage, another large UPVC window, wall mounted electric heater and fitted carpets.
Bathroom (1.99 x 1.7 (6'6" x 5'6"))
There is a good sized shower room fitted with a large walk in shower cubicle, porcelain basin, toilet and wall mounted towel radiator. The walls are tiled and there is fitted vinyl flooring, a wall mounted extractor fan and a small UPVC window.
To the side of the property is an inviting private lawn area bordered by tasteful black railings and finished with multiple miniature trees, one being an apple tree.
To the rear is a spacious patio that continues around both sides of the property, providing multiple seating areas while enjoying far reaching valleys views. As the tiered rear garden continues beyond the patio, there is an array of vibrant mature plants and shrubbery.
We have been informed by the vendor that:
The preferable Mobile Homes Act of 2013 applies. Purchasers must be 50 years of age or older. The site fees are currently £1,908 per annum which includes pitch fees, maintenance of the grounds etc. The water and drainage comes from the site supply, the water is metered and drainage is a septic tank. The electric supply comes direct from the Electric Company. Pets are allowed in accordance with the park rules.
Tenure: Virtual Freehold
Virtual Freehold means that when buying a park home, you purchase the physical property outright and lease the land it sits on in perpetuity, for the entirety of the time the home is sited. These properties are not mortgageable. Please consult a solicitor for further information.
The buyer owes the Park owner a payment of up to 10% of the price agreed. There is no stamp duty.
The annual pitch fee is currently £1,908.
No holiday sub letting/holiday letting allowed.
To comply with the property misdescriptions act we must inform all prospective purchaser that the measurements are taken by an electronic tape measure and are provided as a guide only. Measurements may vary slightly between the property details and floor plan. We have not tested any mains services, electric appliances or fixtures and fittings mentioned in these details, therefore, prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves before committing to purchase.
Travelling along the A399 from Ilfracombe take a right turning (opposite The Sawmill Inn) onto Mill Lane and follow the road until forking right onto Pit Hill which becomes Rock Hill and Berrynarbor Park is a left hand turning shortly after.