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6 bedroom house for sale

Georgian property, Hartland, Devon, EX39

Guide Price £299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Character Property in popular Village
  • 'Wow' Factor Roof Terrace
  • 6 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
  • Private Courtyard Garden
  • Basement, Utility Area & Cloakroom

Full description

Attached Grade II Listed Georgian property. Characterful and versatile accommodation arranged over 3 floors with basement courtyard garden and 'wow' factor roof terrace with breathtaking 180 degree countryside views. Ideal permanent or second home/ investment holiday let.

Situation & Amenities - The property is situated in the heart of the popular village of Hartland which lies close to the rugged North Cornish and Devon coastline famed for its many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with breathtaking cliff top coastal walks and safe bathing beaches. Nearby popular beauty spots include Welcombe Mouth, Hartland Quay, Stanbury Mouth and Bucks Mills. Hartland provides a host of local amenities and a place of worship, popular local Inns, primary school etc. The coastal town of Bude is 15 miles away offering a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities. The port and market town of Bideford is 13 miles away and has a wider range of amenities including schooling for all ages as well as multiple supermarkets. The regional centre of Barnstaple is approximately 23 miles away and offers all of the area's main business, shopping and commercial venues. There are good transport links via the A361 link road which connects the motorway network at junction 27 of the M5.

Description - 67 The Square comprises an attached period property which presents white rendered elevations beneath a slate tiled roof. We understand that the property originally dates from around 1752 and is Grade II Listed, of architectural and historical importance. This totally unique property offers characterful, well presented and versatile accommodation which is arranged over three floors and basement. Externally, there is a delightful courtyard garden as well as a 'wow' factor roof terrace with south facing, breath taking, 180 degree countryside views. This superb residence is ideal as a permanent home or equally used as an investment holiday let. The layout of the accommodation and approximate dimension are more clearly shown on the accompanying floorplan, but comprises in brief;

Entrance - Via a period wooden front door with a glazed semi-circular window above and original pull door bell.

Entrance Hall - Picture rail, dado rail, old school radiator and door into the internal hallway. Door to;

Sitting Room - Bow window to front, ceiling rose, picture rail and arched recessed shelving with down lighters. An attractive fireplace with wooden mantle over a slate hearth and space for a wood burning stove.
(This room is currently used as a home studio and gallery but we believe has full residential planning use)

Inner Hallway - Feature glazed internal window above the door and dado rail. Stairs rising to first floor and door leading to the basement (described later). Doors to;

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room - Window to rear enjoying countryside views. A range of floor units with granite effect work surface, tiled splash backs and recess space for a Range electric oven with extractor fan over. Belfast sink with solid oak drainer and mixer tap, space and plumbing for dishwasher. Space for a fridge and plenty of space for table and chairs in the centre of the room. Cupboard housing the hot water tank with electric immersion providing domestic hot water.

Study/ Bedroom - This room could equally be used as a dining room.
Dual aspect room with windows to side and rear. Old school radiator.

Bathroom - Accessed from a 1/2 landing. Wooden panelled ceiling and part wooden panelled walls. Bathroom suite comprising double shower cubicle with electric shower over, roll top bath with hand shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Old school radiator and window to rear.

Roof Terrace - Accessed from the 1/2 landing leading up to the first floor landing. South facing, private and enclosed by ornate pillared walls with room for patio furniture. From the elevated position, breathtaking far reaching 180 degree views can be enjoyed over the rolling countryside beyond.

Stairs from the 1/2 landing lead to;

First Floor - A substantial first floor landing with linen cupboard, old school radiator and doors to;

Bedroom 1 - Window to rear with countryside views and wooden shutters. Old school radiator.

Bedroom 2 (Currently Used As A Living Room) - Wooden sash window to front with wooden shutters. Picture rail, old school radiator, fireplace with multi fuel burning stove, wooden and cast iron mantle with tiled hearth.

Bedroom 3 (Currently Used As A Dining Room) - Wooden sash window to front with wooden shutters. Old school radiator.

Bedroom 4 - Wooden sash window to front and old school radiator.

1/2 Landing - Arched window to rear with countryside views beyond. Stairs continuing to second floor landing.

Second Floor - Access to loft space. Storage cupboard, old school radiator and built-in linen cupboards. Doors to;

Bedroom 5 - Window to side and old school radiator.

Bedroom 6 - Window to rear and storage cupboard.

Shower Room - Tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled splash backs and extractor fan.

Basement - Accessed from the ground floor inner hallway (restricted head height). Divided into two rooms with adjoining cloakroom. Several storage areas, a range of floor units with stainless steel sink and drainer. Space and plumbing for washing machine/ tumble dryer and fridge freezer. Floor mounted oil combination boiler providing heating to the property. Rear lobby with doors to further useful storeroom (restricted head height) with window to rear. Cloakroom comprising WC, hand wash basin and window to rear. Door to;

Courtyard Garden - The rear courtyard garden, enclosed by stone wall, with flagstone flooring is private, accessed also via a period passage way beside the property. Concealed oil tank. From the courtyard leads a side passageway to the front of the property allowing separate access to the basement, ideal for when returning from muddy walks or the beach, with useful storage for waste and recycling bins.

Directions - From Bideford proceed south along the A39 and through the villages of Ford and Fairy Cross, Horns Cross and Bucks Cross. Stay on this road until you reach the roundabout at Clovelly Cross, with the garage on your left hand side, continue straight across and take the next right hand turning signposted towards Hartland. Stay on this road until you enter the village of Hartland where the property can be found on the left hand side, identified by a Stags For Sale board.

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Local Authority - Torridge District Council.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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Added on Rightmove:
25 November 2016


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