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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Bridestowe, Okehampton, EX20

Withdrawn from Market £300,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Character Home
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • 35'8 Living/Dining Room
  • Snug With Granite Fireplace
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Off Road Parking
  • Out Building
  • Backing Onto Open Fields

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A grade II listed 4 bedroom semi detached house, full of character retaining many original features, in the heart of this sought after village, with a good range of amenities and strong sense of community, on the edge of Dartmoor.
The spacious accommodation comprises a 35'8 open plan living/dining room, cosy snug with granite fireplace, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, enclosed gardens with stone built outbuilding and off road parking to the rear.
Bridestowe has a thriving primary school, shop and post office, popular pub, easy access to the A30, with Okehampton, Tavistock and Launceston only a short drive away.

Traditional part glazed wooden door leads to

Living / Dining Room
35'8 x 11'1
This spacious room, full of character, offers fantastic open plan, sociable living. Two windows overlook the front garden to the church beyond. Slate tiled flooring and beamed ceiling, a recess previously housing a window with slate sill is an attractive display feature and deep sill windows all add character to the room.
The snug is accessed via a walkway which is ideal for storage and has been used as a study area.

Snug/Sitting Room
11'11 x 10'8
A cosy second sitting room with traditional granite fireplace housing a wood burning stove is an ideal snug or hideaway. There is a fitted carpet. An original beamed opening with exposed granite lintel leads to:

Rear Lobby
The rear hall has a half glazed wooden door to the garden, tiled flooring and space for tall fridge and chest freezer. Ideal as a boot room to leave muddy wellies after a long walk in the surrounding countryside.

15' x 8'6
Fitted with a range of white base and wall units with slate effect work surface over. Integrated ceramic touch control hob with stainless steel electric oven beneath and stainless steel cooker hood over. Space for dishwasher. 1 1/2 bowl stainless sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Space for tumble dryer. Two multi pane windows overlook the back garden. Slate tiled flooring. Space for table and chairs.

Inner Hall
A wide staircase leads to the first floor. Slate tiled flooring. Door to:

Utility Room
Space for washing machine. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor. Worcester boiler providing domestic hot water and radiators. Door to

Cloak Room
Low level W.C. Tiled floor.

A wide staircase leads from the inner hall to the landing. Doors to all first floor rooms. Built in wall cupboard.

Bedroom One
13'4 x 12'1
A large master bedroom with sash window to the front with lovely views to the church and village beyond.

Bedroom Two
11'9 x 8'7
Further double bedroom also with sash window to front also with pleasant views.

Bedroom Three
11'9 x 10'1
This double bedroom has a Velux window to rear. Built in cupboard and exposed beams.

Bedroom Four
13'8 x 8'9
Velux window to rear.

7'7 x 5'8
Panel enclosed bath with half height tiling around and mixer shower over. Pedestal basin. Low level W.C. Velux window to rear.

Shower Room
10'1 x 8'6
A good size shower room with period style pedestal basin and low level W.C. Fully tiled double shower cubicle with mains fed shower. Window to front. Extractor.
Part of this sizeable shower room could create an en suite for the master if required.

Front Garden
The front garden is enclosed by a low wall and accessed via a wrought iron gate. The original granite mounting steps are an attractive feature of the property and give a nod to the properties previous use as stables.

Rear Garden
The rear garden backs onto open fields, there is vehicular access and off road parking. A stone outbuilding, with power and light, provides ideal storage or workshop. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with trees, shrubs and several raised flower beds and a seating area close to the house.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 September 2016


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