This attractive period cottage presents a rare opportunity to buy a grade II listed, detached, thatched cottage in a much sought after village location.
The owners have received planning permission to extend part of the cottage to provide additional living and bedroom accommodation. The plans can be provided at request either via email or paper copy in our office. For more info please contact us on 01363 773757 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internally the kitchen is a real feature of the property with an original bread oven, ancient brick floor, exposed beams, Belfast sink, electric hob, oil fired Stanley (heats the water and radiators, with two hobs and two ovens), radiator, night store heater, under stairs storage, part oak fitted kitchen with white French tiles and part movable kitchen furniture.
Upstairs a large master bedroom looks out over the front garden, whilst a small second bedroom, which could also be used as an office is accessed off the stairs.
A lovely home, also suitable as a second home or holiday cottage that could possibly be extended to provide a spacious four bedroom family home.
The accommodation, with approximate measurements comprises;
Stable type front door with glazed inserts into
Range of wood fronted units providing cupboard and drawer space, wood and tiled worktop, inset halogen hob, inset ceramic Belfast sink with brass mixer tap, radiator, heavily beamed ceiling, ancient ceramic floor tiling, oil fired Stanley also providing heating, fitted fuse cupboard, storage heater, telephone point, stairs to first floor
with brick surround open fireplace, radiator, TV aerial point, electric storage heater, two large radiators, double doors into
with ceramic tiled flooring and door into rear garden, radiator
with panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, radiator, fitted wardrobe, airing cupboard
south facing outlook over the garden, pedestal wash basin, large radiator, two fitted wardrobes, built in cupboard with shelving, night store heater
with fitted storage cupboards, and a pedestal wash basin, radiator, attic access hatch to space above living room.
Delightful enclosed gardens, with a range of well stocked flower beds, mature shrubs and trees, fishpond, wildlife pond and well (not tested for drinking purposes). At the rear of the property there is a drive providing parking and leading to SINGLE GARAGE.
Mid Devon District Council
is a very popular village in the area offering a quiet and sought after location in the centre of open farmland and countryside with a vibrant community feel. It offers convenient local amenties such as; local village shop, post office, village hall, church and is located just 15 minutes from the market town of Crediton and is within commutable distance to the Cathedral City of Exeter.
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