Directly behind the house is a small enclosed garden area, ideal for morning coffee or evening glass of wine, and slightly offset is a further garden with raised seating area, garden shed, and gates to a private parking area.
The property has a wonderful history, it was one of three cottages built by the Rev William Radford in approximately 1870. Radford completed the work on the cottage by decorating the front with a heraldic sgraffito niche and plasterwork. This is believed to be the only domestic example in Devon. Situated in the heart of the popular hamlet of Down St Mary the property sits a mile from the A377 and around 2 miles away from the local village of Copplestone with a local convenience store and post office. The popular market of Crediton just 7 miles away has an excellent range of day-to-day amenities including supermarkets, bank, sports facilities, shops and well-regarded schooling. The property also benefits from good transport links with a train station sitting on the Tarka line only 1/2 mile away along with a bus stop also only 1/2 mile away.
From Crediton take the A377 road towards Barnstaple going through the village of Copplestone until reaching Morchard Road. Turn left here as signposted to Down St Mary and follow the road up until arriving in the village. Take the first right in the village and the property will be on 25 yards down the road on the accommodation, with approximate measurements comprises;
Front door with opaque window into;
with parquet flooring and door into;
with large stone inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove and bread oven, exposed timbers, radiator and entrance door to;
with Ashgrove fitted base and wall units, cream shaker door fronts, pine work surfaces, integrated fridge/freezer, Neff dishwasher, washing machine and wine fridge. Dual aspects and radiator.
with fireplace, exposed beams, radiator and entrances to;
with wooden screen and radiator.
(max) with loft hatch, window seat and radiator.
with low level WC, basin with pedestal, walk in shower and heated towel rail.
Wooden gates lead to an off-street parking space with raised seating area above, floral shrubs, timber garden sheds and flag pole.
Gas Central Heating, Mains Electric and Water. Private Drainage.
Mid Devon District Council.
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