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Primrose Meadows, Bradworthy, EX22

2 bedroom house for sale

End Terrace House, New Development

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

1 Receptions

Key Features

  • 2 Bedroom terraced home
  • Double fronted aspect
  • Spacious Kitchen/Diner
  • French Doors leading to onto enclosed rear garden
  • 2 dedicated parking spaces
  • Edge of village location

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Property Description

Primrose Meadows is a brand-new and exclusive collection of just 38 properties, made up of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Built in a traditional style from high-quality materials, these homes combine craftsmanship with modern convenience.

Plot 32 - The Tulip -Primrose Meadows is a two bedroom end-of-terrace home with two dedicated parking spaces

'The Tulip', terraced home sits proud against its peers as a double fronted home and welcomes you into a central hallway. A dual aspect living room fills one side of the home, with spacious kitchen/ diner housing the other side, both bathing in natural light due to the French doors that lead onto the enclosed rear garden.
A cloakroom completes the ground floor layout.

The winder staircase leads to a good -sized landing, two bedrooms and family bathroom. The Master bedroom is also a bright dual aspect room with windows front and rear. Bedroom two offers a further well-proportioned double bedroom sitting to the rear of the home. Outside, 'The Tulip' has two dedicated parking spaces.


Bradworthy is only a short distance from two of North Devon's finest towns, Holsworthy and Bideford. Holsworthy only eight miles away, is a pretty market town with lots of independent shops, plus some excellent inns and tea rooms. It has a library and a fascinating musuem, which you can find in a charming 17th-century manor house.
Each year, the popular St. Peter's Fair takes place each July and is opened by a town crier reading James 1 's charter which first granted the fair in 1614.

Bideford, ten miles to the north, is a popular and historic town on the estuary of the River Torridge. It was once Britain's third largest port, but today it's home to some great pubs, restaurants and music venues. Bideford is also part of the Hartland Heitage Coast, a 60-mile-long stretch of rugged cliffs holding back the Atlantic Ocean.

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