3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleTaw Valley, Chulmleigh, Devon, EX18
Under Offer £310,000
- Bathroom and Cloakroom
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- Garden Room
- 3 Bedrooms
- Shower Room
- Useful Outbuildings and Parking
Full descriptionA beautifully presented country cottage in a peaceful location with large gardens, Porch, kitchen, bathroom, cloakroom, living room, dining room, garden room, 3 bedrooms and shower room. Useful outbuildings, parking and 225' garden. EPC Band F.
Situation - Pax Cottage is situated in a very peaceful setting 'off the beaten track' between the small village of Wembworthy and Eggesford in the spectacular, partly wooded, River Taw valley, made famous in Henry Williamsons book, "Tarka the Otter", and approximately mid-way between the University and Cathedral city of Exeter to the south east and Barnstaple to the north west. Within easy reach to the north is Exmoor National Park, renowned for its beautiful scenery and opportunities for walking, riding and fishing and the spectacular North Devon coast, with its sandy beaches and fabulous coastal walks. There are excellent opportunities for salmon, sea trout and trout fishing along the River Taw, including from the Fox and Hounds Hotel at Eggesford. The nearest local amenities are available either in the large village of Winkleigh to the west, or the small town of Chulmleigh on the other side of the Taw Valley, both of which have shops, pubs, church, primary schools, and in Chulmleigh is the community college, health centre and golf course. There is also a popular golf course at the High Bullen Hotel at Chittlehamholt.
Description - Pax Cottage is a beautifully presented end terrace cottage, mainly of stone elevations under a slate roof. The property offers considerable charm and character with slate floors and original doors and has been been greatly enhanced by the addition of a two storey extension to the rear that overlooks the very well tended rear gardens.
Ground Floor - ENTRANCE PORCH with a slate floor and coat hooks. The compact galley style KITCHEN is fitted with a range of bespoke units under a slate worktop, with Belfast sink and mixer tap, fitted electric oven with hob over, space for fridge freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, polished oak floor and further feature stained glass window to the side. The BATHROOM has a panelled bath with an electric shower over, ceramic vanity unit with cupboard below, low level WC and heated towel radiator.
A STAIR HALL has a slate floor, staircase to first floor and door into the attractive SITTING ROOM with original slate flooring, exposed stone fireplace with stone hearth and bread oven and wood burning stove. Wooden french doors open and lead out to the sheltered patio and garden. The DINING ROOM (formerly a kitchen) has a slate floor, oil fired Rayburn for cooking and room heating, slate work surface with shelved storage below and a shelved under stairs cupboard.
The GARDEN ROOM has an oak floor and concertina doors that open fully into the garden, and in one corner is a wood burning stove set on a slate hearth.
First Floor - The landing has doors off to BEDROOM ONE, a large and attractive double room with an outlook over the garden. BEDROOM TWO forms part of the recent extension and is a double aspect, double room with vaulted ceiling and an outlook over the gardens. BEDROOM THREE is a single room with airing cupboard and built in wardrobe. The SHOWER ROOM is fitted with a modern suite comprising shower cubicle with mixer shower, pedestal wash basin and WC.
Outside - The cottage is approached over a shared driveway to a gravelled parking and turning area to the rear of the cottage. Useful outbuildings include a WORKSHOP (16'4" x 12'8") with power and light connected and a timber framed BUILDING (11'8" x 7'10") currently used as an office with a CAR PORT adjoining. To the rear of these buildings is an area that could be utilised as a vegetable garden or similar.
The main garden is a particular selling feature of the property and extend about 225 feet away from the cottage. Initially there is an area of paved patio adjoining the rear of the cottage. The level garden continues away from the cottage and is enclosed by stone walling and natural hedging, and is mainly laid to lawn with an array of planted borders. There is a vegetable garden with raised beds, fruit cage, and a further GARDEN SHED at the end of the garden.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment please through the sole selling agents, Stags on 01769 572263.
Directions - From the A 377 at Eggesford Station proceed over the level crossing and the bridge over the river Taw and take the next right turn signposted to Wembworthy. Continue up the hill and at the top turn right. After a short distance as the road bears to the left take a right turn, passing the Wembworthy Centre on your left. Continue along this lane to the end and Pax Cottage will be found on the right.
Services - Mains electricity and water, private drainage. Oil fired rayburn.
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