3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleSouth Tawton, Okehampton
Withdrawn from Market £400,000
- Historic Grade II Listed Cottage
- Delightful well Stocked Gardens
- Greenhouse & Summer House
- Three Bedrooms & Three Reception Rooms
- Off road parking & Car Port
- Nearby Village Facilities
- Views towards the Surrounding Countryside
- EPC Rating - Exempt
Full descriptionAn EXCITING OPPORTUNITY to acquire an attached GRADE II LISTED PERIOD COTTAGE, offering many ORIGINAL CHARACTER features such as impressive original 16th century oak screen, superb inglenook fireplaces, exposed granite walls and ceiling timbers.
The accommodation is spacious and presented in particularly good order throughout offering three reception rooms, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
To the rear are delightful well stocked gardens, which have been skillfully landscaped and enjoy a most attractive aspect towards the Parish Church and beyond towards surrounding countryside. There is the added benefit of vehicular access at rear with parking and a carport.
South Tawton village offers a delightfully unspoilt environment with historic properties, parish church and a popular inn. The nearby village of South Zeal offers a wider range of facilities including a primary school, Post Office/general store and two public houses.
KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM:
16' 1'' x 10' 6'' (4.90m x 3.20m)
Window to front. Fitted with a range of bespoke built solid timber units with solid oak worksurfaces and oak planked splashbacks, in addition to a central island unit with power sockets and solid oak and granite worksurfaces. Twin bowl porcelain sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and fridge freezer. Inset four ring Miele ceramic hob with illuminated extractor above. Electric double oven. Fitted wall cupboards with incorporating glazed cabinets. Further hand basin in oak cabinet. Radiator. Slate flooring. Exposed ceiling timbers.
Glazed roof. Part glazed door into garden. Door into utility room.
9' 11'' x 9' 7'' (3.02m x 2.92m)
Window to rear. Range of base and eye level units. Belfast sink with mixer taps over. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Doors into cloakroom and
Fully panelled with tiled floor and shower.
Low level W/C. Wash hand basin.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
High ceiling with part exposed timbers. Loft access. Window to rear. Built in airing cupboard housing hot water tank with immersion and shelving.
12' 8'' x 14' 10'' (3.86m x 4.52m)
Window to front with deep oak sill. High vaulted ceiling with exposed a- frame timbers. Exposed feature granite arch and quoins. Radiator. Polished pine floorboards. Bespoke fitted double wardrobe with shelves.
17' 3'' x 5' 1'' (5.25m x 1.55m)
Wide front door with three glazed panels. To one side there is an exposed granite wall and to the other an original 16th century oak screen making the entrance hall a particularly impressive area. Dartmoor slate floor. Stairs rising to the first floor.
16' 5'' x 12' 4'' (5.00m x 3.76m)
Window to front with deep oak sill. Inglenook fireplace with impressive exposed stonework and stone hearth. Woodburning stove and clome oven. Fitted shelving. Exposed ceiling timbers. Dartmoor slate floor.
15' 6'' x 8' 0'' (4.72m x 2.44m)
Window to front. Fireplace with woodburning stove and timber mantle shelf above. Radiator. Dartmoor slate floor. Understairs storage cupboard.
Window to rear and velux window roof light in part vaulted ceiling. Cupboard housing Worcester boiler. Part exposed granite wall. Radiator. Dartmoor slate floor.
12' 11'' x 9' 8'' (3.93m x 2.94m)
Window to front with deep oak sill. Part exposed granite to one wall. High ceiling with part exposed a- frame timbers. Radiator.
11' 6'' x 10' 4'' (3.50m x 3.15m)
Window to front with deep oak sill. Bespoke fitted wardrobes. Radiator.
Pair of windows to rear. Victorian slipper bath with chrome shower attachment. Pedestal washbasin. Low level W/C with concealed cistern. Heated towel rail/ radiator. Part timber panelling to walls. Built in shelf store cupboard.
To the rear of the property is a delightful slate paved patio on two main levels. There is an outside tap, lighting and access to a useful store/wood shed with sedum roof of timber lattice construction with, power and light connected. Further gardens enjoy a pleasant outlook across the Parish Church and beyond to the surrounding countryside. Within the garden there is a wealth of shrubs, flowers and fruit trees offering an abundance of fruit in the summer months. At the very top of the garden a large glazed greenhouse (30" x 12" approx.) can be found as well as a timber and glazed summerhouse.
14' 0'' x 9' 3'' (4.26m x 2.82m)
vehicular access via timber gates to an off road parking area and carport 14' x 9'3'' of timber construction with a polycarbonate roof, concrete floor, power and light connected.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
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