Court House is an attached unlisted period property which is believed to date back to the 17th century and forms the major part of what was once The Judge Jeffrey's Inn. It is situated a mile from Cheriton Bishop (with many village amenities & access to A30) on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, with many thousands of beautiful un-spoilt moorland acres in which to enjoy walking, riding, cycling and fishing.
The accommodation extends to some 2,750sqft / 256sqm and includes character features and high ceilings throughout the 1st & 2nd floors. The inner porch leads to a grand, full height (some 2.5 storeys!) reception hallway, with turning staircase, full galleried landing and a feature atrium-style ceiling with glass dome with cupola above.
The sitting room has a window seat and internal windows through to the dining room which in turn leads to the kitchen breakfast room, with a range of matching eye and base level units, an electric Belling range-style cooker and Rangemaster hood, plus space for several appliances. There is a ground floor utility and cloakroom with WC.
A sweeping staircase leads to the first floor galleried landing with three of the five bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, one with an en suite shower room (both of these have built-in wardrobes). There is also a family bathroom with P-shaped bath with shower and screen over. On the second floor are two further double bedrooms with built-in storage and a cloakroom with WC. The whole property has oil-fired central heating and, apart from 2 windows, is double glazed throughout.
Outside - To the front, attractive raised ‘sleeper’ flower beds lie around the stone chipped parking area (14m x 3.9m), with a seating area (6m x 6m) adjoining. A track goes to the right of the house leading to a further parking area for two vehicles and a garage (5.7m x 2.9m). Behind the parking spaces are the large level and enclosed gardens (40m x 13m approx.) which adjoin fields and are laid mainly to lawn and interspersed with numerous mature shrubs and trees, plus a summerhouse and shed.
Please see the floorplan for room sizes.
Current Council Tax: E
Utilities: Mains electric, water, telephone & broadband, plus modern oil-tank
Fastest broadband speed within this postcode: Up to 37Mbps (Rightmove)
Drainage: Mains drainage
Heating: Oil-fired central heating
EPC : F
DIRECTIONS - From the A30 dual carriageway head to the Woodleigh junction exit signposted Cheriton Bishop and Castle Drogo. Go through Cheriton Bishop and on to Crockernwell. In the heart of the village turn right into Stanburys Orchard and the property can be found immediately on the left.
CROCKERNWELL is ideally situated, only a mile from the neighbouring village of Cheriton Bishop which has a good range of local amenities including post office, general stores, church, primary school and a public house. Crockernwell is also about 1½ miles from the A30 which provides very easy access to the Cathedral City of Exeter, some 12 miles distant whilst the towns of Okehampton, Chagford, Bovey Tracey and Newton Abbot are also within easy travelling distance. Crockernwell is situated on the northern boundary of the Dartmoor National Park and is about 2 miles from the pretty village of Drewsteignton, having an ancient inn, restaurant, old parish church, pretty square and store/post office.
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