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3 bedroom bungalow for sale

Bridgerule, Devon, EX22


Property Description

Key features

  • Brick built detached bungalow
  • Fabulous 1 acre garden with pond, poly tunnel, kitchen garden, lawn and an assortment of superb planting
  • Wealth of period features including minster fireplace, bay windows and exposed floors
  • Original colonial style front veranda
  • Vaulted ceiling in modern light airy kitchen
  • Impressive UPVC conservatory with access to the deck
  • Master bedroom with views, plenty of storage and an en-suite
  • En-suite featuring a roll-top Victorian style bath and double shower cubicle
  • Surrounded on three sides by farmland
  • Secluded location with extremely private gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Morwenna, built in 1925, has undergone an extension and a major refurbishment over the past few years.

The present owners have made a beautiful contemporary home with a lovely blend of character features and modern benefits, which include extending the accommodation into what was the garage to an amazing effect, creating a quite superb, light, kitchen with a vaulted beamed ceiling opening into a new, spacious, UPVC double glazed conservatory, which in turn, leads to a private deck area, enjoying views of the garden and to the countryside beyond.

At the front of the property the colonial style Veranda is a very appealing first impression with a UPVC stable door providing access into the wide characterful hallway within the original part of the bungalow. Situated off is a gorgeous double bedroom, with a bay window, and a splendid sitting-room, featuring a bay window, with the minster fireplace being a real focal point to this lovely, relaxing reception room.

The ground floor in this part of the bungalow is completed by a further double bedroom, with an ornate fireplace, a modern sizeable bathroom and a snug with a wood burner. There is a useful utility, which houses the new water cylinder, and a rear lobby with further storage. From here access is gained into the newly extended kitchen.

On the first-floor is the individual master bedroom, with plenty of storage and a great countryside view. The en-suite benefits from a roll-top, freestanding, Victorian style bath, double shower cubicle and quality sanitary ware and tiling. This conversion is done to an extremely high standard and has just been completed.

The modern selling points include an air source heat pump, with underfloor heating in the kitchen, conservatory and ground floor bathroom, Anglian replacement windows throughout, plus external stable doors, and the whole bungalow has been completely rewired and redecorated.

Having mentioned all the work on the property, there has been just as big a transformation in the garden. The deck area and the pergola running along one side of the bungalow make for a fabulous social place to enjoy the far-reaching views, somewhere to eat and simply relax. The lawn gardens have been stocked with a range of plants and flowers, including roses, rhododendrons looping, a range of grasses, hollyhocks, hostas and alpinesto name but a few. There is a wildlife pond, an assortment of fruit trees and soft fruits plus an extensive kitchen garden for a self-sufficient lifestyle. Included within the sale are the outbuildings, the poly tunnel, the greenhouse and chicken house. Enjoying a south-westerly aspect the gardens are not overlooked at all and do have views that can be enjoyed from different parts of the garden.

Enjoying semi-rural location, the property lies within half a mile of the village of Bridgerule. This features a well-respected County primary school and public house. The village lies approximately 4 miles from the market town of Holsworthy which features a Waitrose supermarket and the closest secondary school. The coastal resort of Bude lies approximately 8 miles distant from the property and has a wide range of facilities include supermarkets, a comprehensive school, a range of small businesses and 2 lovely, sandy beaches. Widemouth Bay and the popular surfing beach are just a couple of miles to the south. Access at Launceston is gained to the main A30 trunk road, providing an excellent link to Exeter, the M5 and beyond.

A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the beautiful house and garden, the quality of the finish and the character features throughout the property.

Mains water, electric and private drainage via septic tank

For Council Tax Banding please telephone Torridge Council 01237 428700
From Bude take the A3072 towards Holsworthy and at red Post turn right on the B3254 towards Launceston. Take the first left turn signposted Bridgerule and at the T junction within the village turn left, and head out of the village without turning off. As you leave the village take the first right turn signposted North Tamerton, where Morwenna will be found on the right hand side a little way along.

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Added on Rightmove:
21 November 2016


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