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3 bedroom cottage for sale

6 Fore Street, Moretonhampstead, TQ13

Sold by Us £189,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three/Four Bedrooms
  • Period Cottage
  • Two Receptions
  • Immense Charm And Character
  • Wooden Beams Throughout
  • Stone Fireplace With Stove
  • Double Glazed
  • Set In Historic Market Town
  • Gateway On To Dartmoor National Park
  • Potential To Remodel

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A three to four bedroom cottage with two reception rooms, situated in a idealic market town on the edge of Dartmoor National Park this ancient location provides access on to the moors with its heavenly countryside and views that are so rare in modern life.
This market town dates back over a thousand years however over the years it has become a hub to the local villages with its pubs, hotels, shops and church.

This home not only has an enviable position but has so much charm and history you are never able to forget it is a piece of history that offers the option to still enjoy, remodel and introduce a contemporary aspect that would fit within the traditional and historic without losing its charm. Thus making a great home, occasional residence or holiday business.

Vendors Position
The vendor can vacate upon sale.

Part double glazed door which leads to hallway having arch through to:

16'2 x 12'9
Characterful high level ceilings and a front aspect with uPVC double glazed window. Period charm is further provided by a historic feature stone wall with inset timber beams and an uneven finish, part wood panelling. Two radiators, wooden doors to:

Sitting Room
14'6 x 11'1
With continued period features including high level ceilings and a small storage cupboard situated at height, a stone fireplace and inset to a stone surround and with multi fuel stove that provides heating for radiators thorough out the house, front aspect with double glazed uPVC window and television point.

Inner Hall
Set in the heart of this home the room has wooden beams set to walls and to the centre of the room. Escaping the period character is impossible but makes the property uniquely homely with stairs to first floor and under stairs cupboard housing access to the cellar. Open through alcove area with space for domestic appliances and leading to lobby.
Possibility to open into the kitchen if wanted.

Rear Lobby
With door to the rear and doors to:

Cottage Kitchen
12'4 X 8'3
A cottage kitchen with various units and historic stone alcove for stove, low ceilings and rear aspect with double glazed window, stainless steel sink having units below, roll top work surfaces. Space for washing machine and space for range cooker set to one wall, wooden flooring, radiator and spotlights.

An L-shaped room with low level ceilings and a bath set to one end, a white suite with wash hand basin and low level W.C. uPVC rear aspect window and tiled floor.

Accessed from the rear garden or below the stairs storage cupboards, the cellar has restricted head height and is ideal for maintenance and wine storage and houses meters.

A split level landing with further stairs to second floor and loft bedroom and with access to:

16'3 x 12
Double glazed window with a front aspect, ornate alcove with beamed timber trim.

Bedroom Two
12'10 x 11'2
uPVC double glazed window with a front aspect and a characterful stone feature wall with fireplace and radiator

Bedroom Three
11'10 x 9
with additional historic alcove and having a radiator and uPVC double glazed window looking to the rear.

Loft Room
15'2 x 13'6 with additional alcove with velux style windows and staircase to one end, this bright sizeable room has stone walls and wooden beams, night storage heaters and spacious accommodation yet still offering the period charm of the home below.

Walk-in Wardrobe
A sizeable room and as an airing cupboard it is too big however with angled, high level beamed walls and ceilings the room would make an ideal bathroom.

To the rear is a cute patio seating area looking onto a village pathway leading to other properties but enjoying a sunny aspect and with space for table and chairs directly to the back of the property. With this area for planters and wisteria this could be a great place to while away the sunny afternoons
before or after a stroll to the moors.

From Bovey Tracey head towards Moretonhampstead upon entering the town take the first turning just passed the War Memorial on to Fore Street and the property is on the right-hand side.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
04 August 2016


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