OFFERED TO MARKET WITH NO FORWARD CHAIN ATTACHED!! The cottage is believed to be around 200 years old and has undergone an extensive programme of works by the current owners. This includes a re roof of the building, re build of chimneys and modernisation of the bathroom and kitchen, to name a few. The property now benefits from three sources of heating with a woodburner that provides central heating and hot water, solar thermal and an oil fired boiler. The solar thermal and solar pv also generate an additional income for the owners. There is also a private water supply and private drainage. This means that the property can be very self sufficient. The cottage although not large does offer pleasant accommodation, set over two floors. The garden extend to approximately 0.6 acre, they adjoin the cottage and extend over the green lane to a raised area with a rural outlook. There is also a good range of outbuildings and ample parking.
With tiled floor and door to.
w: 3.61m x l: 3.61m
With stripped floorboards and beams to the ceiling. Inglenook fire place with solid fuel Rayburn. Two windows and radiator. Doors to.
w: 3.61m x l: 2.59m
With a modern kitchen comprising base cupboards, drawers and eye level units. Granite work top surface with inset sink. Ceramic hob with two ovens beneath and extractor over. Window. Space and plumbing for appliances.
w: 3.61m x l: 5.69m
With stairs to first floor. Four windows. Inglenook fire place with woodburner. Ceiling beams, TV and telephone points. Door to.
A recently refurbished room with modern matching suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. Units with granite work tops. Heated towel rail. Window.
First Floor Landing
Rear aspect window. Doors to
w: 3.61m x l: 2.79m
Window, small walk in wardrobe (1m x 1.2m), airing cupboard and radiator.
w: 3.61m x l: 3.4m
With window, radiator and TV point. Access to loft space.
w: 3.51m x l: 1.6m
Window and radiator.
There is a pleasant area of garden that wraps around the property. opposite the green lane there is a larger of garden that has undergone a change in landscape to provide a lovely area for summer dining. There is a summer house located here that measures 3 x 2.5. There are further areas of sloped garden surround this area.
There is ample parking with this property with several spaces in front of the yard and outbuildings. The gravelled yard measures 9m x 13m.
Work shop one: 9' 10" (3m) x 19' 8" (6m):
Work shop two: 9' 10" (3m) x 19' 8" (6m):
Stone shed: 8' 10" (2.7m) x 9' 10" (3m):
For SAT NAV use EX20 4ED. From Bridestowe. Go past the turning to the village and as you procceed down the hill into Coombebow turn left just after the layby. Continue along this track go past a cottage on the left and after approximately 300m the track splits. Take the right turn and the property can be found on the right.
The cottage occupies a delightful rural position and is accessed via a private lane that serves only a handful of dwellings. Its located in a quiet wooded valley between Bridestowe and Lewdown and even though it is rurally located their is swift access to the old A30 and then onto the A30 which gives direct access to Exeter. The nearby villages of Bridestowe and Lewdown offer primary education and a village store/post office. The large town of Okehampton offers a wide range of local and national shops and a wide range of amenities.
A delightfully located detached cottage that has undergone extensive renovation both to the property and its outbuildings and grounds.
Off Road Parking
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