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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Higher Ringmore Road, Shaldon

Withdrawn from Market £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER PROPERTY
  • TUCKED AWAY
  • SITTING ROOM WITH VAULTED CEILING
  • DINING ROOM
  • MODERN KITCHEN
  • 3 BEDROOMS
  • MODERN BATH & SHOWER ROOMS
  • WONDERFUL COBBLED COURTYARD AND GARDENS
  • PARKING FOR TWO VEHICLES

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Rooster Hall is set in a charming peaceful enclave within a highly desirable residential area called Ringmore, which lies to the west of the picturesque estuary-side village of Shaldon. The bustling village centre and sandy beaches are around half a mile's waterside walk away.

Shaldon has a strong sense of community and nestles beautifully between the sandy estuary beach and the pretty hills above. There are many independent shops and cafes, a good selection of public houses and restaurants and a charming foot passenger ferry across to the seaside town of Teignmouth. There is a well-supported annual regatta and water carnival, as well as a rowing and sailing club. There is good walking on the south west coast path and the wonderful Ness Beach is accessed via a tunnel through the cliffs. The village even has a small zoo!

The seaside town of Teignmouth is just over a mile away and has a lovely promenade with a classic Georgian crescent, a Waitrose and a mainline rail link to London Paddington. The Cathedral city of Exeter with its international airport is around 16-miles away with fast access via the A380. In addition there is a mainline rail link to London Paddington from Teignmouth.

Rooster Hall is a unique Grade 2 Listed property, full of character and charm that makes a wonderful home and, in recent years has operated as a very successful holiday let. Externally attractive, the property has rendered elevations beneath a Devon Thatch and was extended some years ago to offer well-proportioned accommodation that perfectly melds the rustic period charm with comfortable modern living.

The more recently built wing has an attractive modern kitchen with "high gloss" units and some integrated appliances and opens to the dining room, a lovely entertaining space with stairs to two of the good sized bedrooms. The sitting room is a real "show piece" with high vaulted ceiling, and exposed trusses and opens to a porch opening to the outside. The master bedroom is another attractive room with built-in wardrobes and there is a luxury principal bathroom, along with a separate modern shower room.

The outside spaces are truly wonderful, being sheltered with a westerly aspect and having a lovely cobbled entrance courtyard, an undercover dining terrace and a beautifully-stocked mature courtyard-style garden. There are parking spaces for two vehicles.

A part-glazed and panelled stable door opens to the: 

KITCHEN: A lovely welcoming space with ceiling beam, spotlights and a feature traditional paned window overlooking the courtyard garden. There is an attractive range of floor and wall-mounted units with "high gloss" cupboard door and drawer fronts and ample areas of roll-edge work surface with with complementary glass surrounds and a one and a half bowl composite sink unit. There is a built-in Bosch dishwasher as well as a built-in Neff fridge and freezer. Space for an electric oven, radiator. 

DINING ROOM: Another lovely room, perfect for entertaining with further traditional paned window overlooking the garden, engineered oak flooring and a textured ceiling with beam. There is a traditional paned stained glass window, a feature recess and spotlights. The dining room opens to a lobby with a shelved cupboard and access to the: 

SHOWER ROOM: An attractive modern shower room with a large mirror, feature panelling and a modern white 3-piece suite comprising of a pedestal wash hand basin, a WC and a recessed shower cubicle with feature tiling and Mira shower. A louvre doored cupboard houses the washing machine and space for tumble dryer, there is a feature stained glass window and a further large louvre doored cupboard houses the Worcester central heating boiler and provides good storage space. 

SITTING ROOM: A real "show piece" with high-vaulted ceiling and exposed trusses. There is rustic plaster work and traditional paned windows overlook the garden. There is a feature fireplace with an exposed beam, two radiators and glazed double doors open to a porch, providing an alternative entrance with windows, and a door to the outside with outside light beside. 

BATHROOM: A stylish bathroom with ceiling beam, traditional paned window, ceramic floor tiles and a luxury suite with tiled surround comprising of a deep jacuzzi-style bath with attached shower screen and shower over. There is a Villeroy and Bosch wash hand basin set into a tiled surface with cupboard beneath and a WC. Medicine cabinet. Could be used as en-suite to the master bedroom. 

BEDROOM 1: Set on the ground floor and therefore providing the possibility of single-level living, a traditional paned window overlooks the gardens, there is a radiator and built-in wardrobes.

From the dining room turning stairs with a feature "arrow-style" window above lead to a small landing with panel latch doors to: 

BEDROOM 2: A good-sized room with traditional paned window overlooking the outside space and a good range of cupboards and wardrobes to one wall. Exposed beams, double radiator. 

BEDROOM 3: A pleasant dual-aspect room with will traditional paned windows, also overlooking the outside space, Double radiator, exposed beam. 

OUTSIDE: A shared driveway opens to a private parking area laid to brick-paving providing parking for two vehicles (further parking could easily be created). A timber pergola with clematis, wisteria and roses above double timber gates that lead to the beautiful courtyard-style garden. There are paved and gravel areas with various inset mature shrubs and a small lawn beside with borders and there is a mature olive tree and tree fern within the gardens. An undercover terrace provides a good spot for al fresco dining. Immediately in front of the cottage there is a wonderful cobbled courtyard with feature water gardens and mature areas of bedding with lilac, acer, and various ornamental grasses etc. A side path leads to a decked area that in turn opens to a gate onto a lane and pathway that meanders over a small stream towards the village. 


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31 January 2018

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