Exford, Exmoor, Minehead, Somerset, TA24
• Edge of Village Location
• Double and Secondary Glazing
• Downstairs Shower Room
• Spacious Kitchen/Dining Room
• Wood Burning Stove
• 3 Bedrooms
• Stable, Tack Room and Garage
• Oil Fired Central Heating
• 1.5 acre Paddock
The village of Exford offers a variety of amenities including Parish Church, shops, well-known local hotels and bars, primary school , village hall, cricket club to name but a few.
The moorland Town of Dulverton is located approx 15/20 minutes’ drive to the south, Barnstaple some 40 minutes to the west, Taunton some 40/45 minutes to the East where there is access to the M5 Motorway and a main line railway connection including 1hr.45min express service at peak times to London Paddington.
UPVC double glazed (top half) door giving access into
Utility Room rose quarry tiled flooring, work surface with recess under and plumbing for washing machine, timber framed double glazed window to rear elevation, tiled splashbacks above work surface, low storage unit, radiator, recessed downlights, Drayton wall mounted thermostatic control at bottom of stairwell, turned staircase giving access to first floor, timber door leading off into
Ground Floor Shower Room with corner shower cubicle, splashback and shower fitment, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, shaver light and socket over, close coupled WC, obscured double glazed window to front elevation, rose quarry tiled flooring, radiator, recessed downlights, air extractor.
Modern Fitted Kitchen a double aspect room with secondary glazed windows to both front and side elevation, each with deep recessed window sill, extensive range of work surfaces with drawers and base units under with matching wall mounted cupboards above, Lamona fan oven and grill with Lamona four ringed hob, tiled splashbacks above (all work surfaces), fume canopy above, extensive power points, wall mounted Drayton boiler control, one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap with recess storage under (including recessed refrigerator), larder unit at side, mock oak laminate flooring, recessed halogen downlights, radiator, tongue and groove door leading through into
Living/Dining Room (semi open plan) living room end with secondary glazed window to front elevation with recess at side (former front entrance), with fuse and meter cupboard and double glazed window to front, rose quarry tiled flooring. There is a recessed fireplace with inset wood burning stove, raised slated hearth, slated surround and beam bressummer over, exposed ceiling timbers, wiring for wall lights, radiator, arched access leading through into the dining area which is double aspect with double glazed window to side elevation and UPVC double glazed double doors giving access to rear and gardens, radiator, wiring for wall lights and recessed downlight.
As previously mentioned, off the utility room is a turned staircase (with handrail) to the first floor and landing with timber framed double glazed window to side elevation overlooking gardens and drive, steps down to lower main landing area and tongue and groove ledge and brace door leading off into
Bedroom Three (potential study) with timber framed double glazed windows to rear elevation with recessed sill, enjoying the superb views over the paddock and the rolling surround countryside on the outskirts of the village of Exford, access to roof void, radiator.
Inner Landing Area with radiator, tongue and groove ledge and brace door leading through to
Bedroom One with timber framed double glazed window to front elevation and deep recessed sill, radiator, louvre fronted storage cupboard.
Family Bathroom comprising a Twyford panelled bath with mixer tap and handheld shower attachment with tiled splashbacks, secondary glazed window to front elevation, pedestal wash hand basin with splashback, close coupled WC, vinyl flooring, access to roof void, air extractor, shaver light and socket, small radiator.
Bedroom Two secondary glazed window to front elevation, radiator, exposed beam, airing cupboard with louvred fronts and louvre fronted storage cupboard at side.
The property is located on the outskirts of Exford, close to the village church and the top of Church Hill. On leaving Exford travel up Church Hill, pass the church and after approximately 200 yards Ivy Cottage will be found on your left hand side. Access is via a five bar timber entrance gate and this in turn leads to an extensive and sweeping drive, turning and parking area for multiple vehicles. To one side of which is a concreted apron, standing on which is one stable, a tack room and a garage (potential for two stables and a tack room) with overhang. There is water and power connected. At either side of the drive itself are grass verges and access to the rear door (a small garden gate giving access to the front of the cottage). Running along the rear of the property is an area of grass and herbaceous borders. There is an outside tap, external lighting, door into the utility room and the double doors into the dining area. At the other side of the cottage is the boiler room, this comprises a Grant oil fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating. There is a single radiator, concreted floor and a single pitched felted roof.
Beside this are steps up to an upper terrace, a small area of lawn with fruit cage adjoining and access to the oil storage tank for the oil fired central heating. Running along the whole of the rear of the property are the two paddocks, this we understand totals about 1.5 acres and runs along the roadside and the rear of the cottage. In one corner of which is a five bar timber gate which gives access to a small track at the side of the church and the village hall/cricket club. Whilst our clients do not own the access to this point, they do have (we understand) pedestrian and vehicular access (TBC). There is also a timber frame and panelled field shelter in one corner of the land and water trough.
From Dulverton: CCouncil Tax Band
Somerset West and Taunton (West Somerset) - D
Mains Electric, Private Water and Drainage, Oil Fired Central Heating
Follow the B3223 and signs toward Exford from the centre of Dulverton, after crossing the open moor of Winsford Hill you will reach a grass triangle (Chibbet Post), follow signs and take the right hand turn to Exford. On entering the village, turn right over the bridge and follow the road through Exford and up Church Hill, after c.0.5 mile the property will then be found on the left hand side.
Energy Performance CertificatesPicture No. 19
Exford, Exmoor, Minehead, Somerset, TA24
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Umberleigh Station18.0 miles
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