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Flyford Flavell

Guide price £660,000 2,499 sq. ft.

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A delightful and immaculately presented single storey home with useful ancillary accommodation set with private rear gardens and splendid westerly views.

Property Snapshot
  • Popular village location
  • Immaculately presented
  • Fine countryside views
  • Abundance of natural light
  • Bespoke kitchen
  • South west facing property
  • Private, mature, & beautifully maintained garden
This wonderful property is set in a popular and accessible village which has many amenities including village shop, primary school, public houses and coffee room. The house has a very light, bright and airy feel to it with flowing accommodation that remains diverse in its uses. The property has a very useful lower ground floor annex that could be used for either dependant relative or indeed some form of business-at-home accommodation. We really like this property it's ideal for many buyers and so you should view now to ensure you get the opportunity to buy first. EPC=E, 2499 sq ft including garage.

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The centre of the town is a conservation area, with picture-postcard cottages dotted around the old abbey with desirable Georgian properties and townhouses (Bridge Street and Broad Street in particular have lots of listed buildings). Residents favourite go-tos are said to include the covered market and The Pickled Plum pub, as well as the many independent shops and restaurants.

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