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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Sandford, Crediton, EX17

Withdrawn from Market £330,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Character Cottage Believed To Be 500 Year Old
  • Many Character And Original Features
  • Annexe Potential
  • Home Office With Separate Access
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Enclosed And Secluded Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
This 3/4 bedroom cottage in the heart of the sought after village of Sandford, is believed to be 500 years old and retains a wealth of character features. The spacious accommodation is flexible and offers annexe potential. The many period features include exposed beams, inglenook fireplace, mullion window and a well.
The hall houses a well and has a vaulted ceiling, an ancient door leads to the sitting room with inglenook, a dining room links the sitting room and kitchen which has been fitted with solid wood units and has a Rayburn. There is a cloakroom, utility room and conservatory. A home office and studio has a separate entrance, ideal for home working and giving potential to create an annexe. To the first floor the master bedroom is dual aspect with pleasant views, there are 2 further double bedrooms and family bathroom. The rear garden has a sunny aspect is private and secluded.
Sandford offers local amenities including a highly regarded school, local shop and popular pub. It is located with easy access to Crediton which offers a wide range of facilities including 2 supermarkets, a many independent shops and cafes and a regular farmers market. There are rail links to Exeter and easy road access to Exeter, Tiverton and the M5.

A unique entrance to this 500 year old cottage. The spacious hallway links the sitting room, kitchen and annexe and is also used as a study area. A well sits in the middle of the hallway and creates a fascinating feature. A high vaulted ceiling has exposed timbers of significant age. Tiled floor. Velux window. Wide front door.

Sitting Room
Accessed via an original wide wooden door. An inglenook fireplace houses a multi fuel stove which sits on a tiled hearth with bressummer beam over, it creates a focal point for the room. Exposed ceiing and supporting beams. 2 windows to rear and stained glass inset. Steps to conservatory. Door to:

Dining Room
The dining room has 2 windows to rear with shutters. Half height panelling is painted to match the kitchen and continues the period features. Arched recess. Large cupboard.

Fitted with a range of wooden units with roll edge work surface over. Butler sink with wooden drainer. Rayburn with back boiler providing hot water and heating. Tiled flooring uPVC window to front. Latch door to:

Inner Hall
Doors to kitchen, entrance hall and cloakroom.

Cloak Room
LW.C. Basin. Window to front,

Currently used predominantly for storage, this large conservatory is the ideal spot to enjoy the gardens whatever the weather having 2 wide windows overlooking the garden, multi pane door to garden. Paved flooring.

Home Office
A useful area with separate entrance via a substantial stable door. Ideal as a home office or studio, but also having potential to create an annexe. Corner placed wood burning stove. Paved flooring.

Studio / Workshop
2 openings lead from the home office to the studio area, 2 windows to rear. There is some limited height however this can be altered. Paved flooring.

Utility Room
A large utility room with space for several appliances, a loft above provides useful storage, it has attractive original beams which could be opened to create a fantastic vaulted ceiling.

Turning stairs lead from the dining room to the first floor landing. Window to front. Airing cupboard.

Bedroom One
Window with views across the village to the surrounding countryside. A further original mullioned window looks onto the hallway. Built in storage.

Bedroom Two
Window with views to rear.

Bedroom Three
Window to rear, built in storage.

Matching white suite comprising panel enclosed bath. W.C. Pedestal basin. Mosaic tiling. Arrow slit window.

A private and enclosed rear garden laid mainly to lawn with mature planting including several specimen plants and trees. There is a sun terrace seating area adjacent to the house.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 June 2017


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