3 bedroom cottage for saleWeare Giffard, Bideford
Guide Price £450,000
- 3/4 bedroom detached cottage
- Grade ll Listed
- Character property
- Popular village location
- South facing garden
- Period features
- 2 Garages
- Ample parking
- Tucked away location
Cranberry Cupboard Cottage is thought to date back to the early 1500's and its name is taken from Thomas Cranmer, formally the Archbishop of Canterbury who is thought to have hidden in the cottage and this is recorded in 1556. The cottage is of stone and cob construction with a thatched roof. This property is located within the quaint village of Weare Giffard tucked away in a quiet country lane, but only a short walk to the local pub and recreational grounds.
This is a Grade ll listed, detached character cottage offering a wealth of character and period features throughout including a sitting room with log burner and inglenook fireplace, Dining room with inglenook fireplace, office and a large and bright breakfast room, which has been recently extended and enjoys lovely views towards the garden, adjoins the kitchen which includes the gas boiler and a solid fuel Rayburn. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and shower over with all of the rooms having oak boarded flooring.
There is a hardstanding area for two cars and a garage towards the bottom of the garden. The garden itself is a south facing garden, being a complete sun trap in the summer. The garden is well stocked of mature plants, shrubs and trees and a side gate at the bottom to access the garage. At the top of the garden is a patioed area overlooking the garden.
Strictly by appointment only through Phillips Smith & Dunn, Bideford Office telephone 01237 423007. Out of office hours telephone Andrew Levick on 07766831785.
All mains services are connected.
Phillips Smith & Dunn have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fitting or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order. The Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor.
From Bideford proceed towards Torrington on the A386. Follow this road for about 4 miles and turn left down under the bridge, signposted for Weare Giffard. Continue through the village until you come to the Cider Press public house on your left hand side, then take the next left hand turning up the lane for approx. 100 yards and the cottage will be on the right hand side.
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