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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

West Worlington, Crediton, Devon, EX17

Sold STC £175,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive Period Cottage
  • Award Winning Village
  • Many Original Features
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • South Facing Garden
  • Full Time or Holiday Home
  • Scope for Improvement & Further Development
  • No Chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Church Cottage, with its distinctive stone paved archway, is one of a group of period homes backing onto St. Marys Church. The whole creates a pretty and traditional street scene which has helped to make this quiet, truly unspoilt village a popular location.

On the GROUND FLOOR there is an entrance door to an 'L' shape KITCHEN/DINING ROOM with a built in stainless steel sink, a drawer and cupboard base unit and eye level wall cupboards, part tiled wall surfaces, an extractor hood, recessed spotlights, an oak wood block floor, a built in shelved unit, a walk in larder, a night storage heater and a door to the garden.

From this room double doors give access to a very attractive LIVING ROOM with a large inglenook fireplace having a bread oven and wood burning stove, exposed beams and a staircase to the first floor.

On the FIRST FLOOR there is BEDROOM 1 with a wall light and exposed beams, BEDROOM 2 with a wall light, a BATHROOM with a panelled bath having a tiled surround and a SEPARATE WC with a built in basin having cupboards under, a wc and an airing cupboard.

OUTSIDE there is a pedestrian gate giving access to a very private SOUTH FACING GARDEN with a walled and stone paved patio and steps up to a level lawned garden with various seating areas, a useful TIMBER SHED and views over the village towards open countryside. There is unrestricted on road parking just a very short distance from the cottage.

AGENTS NOTE - Planning consent exists to alter the first floor layout to provide a larger bathroom if required. (NORTH DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL APPLICATION NO 56532 13/12/2013)

West and East Worlington are twin villages renowned for their peaceful rural environment in the beautiful Little Dart Valley. The Village has won several awards from the Council of Protection for Rural England. West Worlington has the historic church of St Mary's and East Worlington has a primary school and Parish hall and Church.

The Village of Witheridge is just 2.5 miles distant, the popular rural town of Chulmleigh is 6 miles away, the market town of South Molton is just over 10 miles and Tiverton with easy access to the M5 and National rail links is 13 miles distant.
Leave South Molton via New Road B3137 signed Witheridge. Stay on this road and drive through the villages of Alswear and Meshaw. After Meshaw turn right at Gidley Cross the first four way junction after Meshaw. Follow this road for a short distance and then turn left at Burrows Cross signed Worlington/Drayford. Stay on this road for approximately 2 miles and turn right at Thornhill Chapel Cross signed Worlington/Lapford. Stay on this road and drive straight through East Worlington and enter West Worlington. Drive up the hill through West Worlington and the Cottage is the last cottage on the right as you leave the village.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 February 2017


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